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Today's News

  • Work of Art: Halloween: Hit or myth

    This week is the best time of the year. Other seasons are great, but nothing beats the first weeks of fall.

    Halloween features long nights and short days, and the probability that imaginations become bizarre. Most people like to be scared, and Halloween’s a perfect occasion for that.

    Here’s why this season is great:

    Things change. We leave the house early, often needing to scrape our windshields. We don a coat because of the icy car seats, but by the time we arrive at work, it’s time to turn on the AC.

  • State soccer brackets set

    Robertson will host first-round matches in both the boys’ and girls’ state soccer tournaments this coming Saturday, and while RHS is the higher seed in each case, both Cardinals and Lady Cardinals will be tested early.

    Times had not been set as of Monday evening.

  • Skyhawks ground NMHU

    Again, the Highlands’ women’s soccer team came up on the losing end of a one-goal margin against one of the top teams in the nation.

    This time, it was Fort Lewis, the No. 14 team in NCAA Division II, on Sunday in Durango, Colo., dealing the Cowgirls a 2-1 defeat after 90 minutes of competitive soccer.

    Hayley Hollenga scored both goals for the Skyhawks, who hold on to the top spot in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference with a 13-1-3 overall and 10-1-2 league record.

    NMHU is 9-7-1 overall and 7-5-1 in the RMAC.

  • Rangers a win away from Series victory

    The Associated Press

    ARLINGTON, Texas — A long drive by Mike Napoli, a lucky bounce near the mound and suddenly the Texas Rangers were on the brink of their first World Series championship.

    Napoli delivered the biggest hit of his charmed season, lining a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth inning that sent the Rangers past the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 on Monday night for a 3-2 edge.

    The slugging catcher then capped off his night of double duty, throwing out a would-be base stealer in the ninth as Albert Pujols struck out.

  • Cowgirl spikers lose twice in Silver City

    The Highlands Cowgirls tried to double down Monday in the onetime gambling town of Silver City, but they came back without much to show for it.

    Non-league opponent Grand Canyon swept the Cowgirls 25-21, 25-23, 25-19, and then Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference rival Western New Mexico also took Highlands down in three sets, 25-21, 25-21, 25-19.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Oct. 26, 2011

    WEDNESDAY
    Volleyball
    • Pecos at Santa Fe Prep, 5:30 p.m., Santa Fe

    THURSDAY
    Volleyball
    • Robertson vs. West Las Vegas, 4 p.m., Mike Marr Gym

    FRIDAY
    Cross country
    • District 2-3A championship meet, 4 p.m., Gene Torres Golf Course
    • District 4-2A championship meet, time TBA, Santa Fe
    Football
    • Robertson vs. Taos, 7 p.m., Cardinal Stadium

  • FYI - Sports - Oct. 26, 2011

    Las Vegas YABL registration for co-ed grades K-2 and girls’ grades 3-7 runs through Nov. 7 at the Abe Montoya Recreation Center. For boys’ grades 3-7, sign-up is Dec. 12 through Jan. 6. For details and more information, visit the Rec or call Misty, 426-3191, or the center at 426-1739.
     

  • Water taps probe ID’s 73

    The problem with suspected illegal water taps appears to be more extensive than announced last month.

    City Utilities Director Ken Garcia told the City Council on Wednesday that 73 letters have been mailed to people who appear to have illegal water taps.

    The letters are the result of an audit requested by City Manager Timothy Dodge of potentially illegal taps outside city limits. Garcia said the utilities department completed the audit on Aug. 15.

  • Attorney: New charges are baseless

    One of the attorneys representing Rebecca Montoya in a bitter custody dispute with the father of her two children says the criminal charges recently filed against Montoya are a joke.

    “She is innocent. These charges are baseless. They’re going to be defended, and she’s going to be proven innocent,” said Santa Fe attorney Bea Castellano Lockhart.

  • Pumpkin Festival