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Today's News

  • Students of the Month - Feb. 21, 2014
  • Mora County Notebook - Former Rangerettes honored

    On Saturday, after district games between Mora Rangers and Rangerettes and Santa Fe Prep the Mora Rangerettes with their coaches, families and friends got together to celebrate and honor teams of 1985, 1987, 1988, 1991 and 1992. Five banners in their honor were hung from the rafters of the gym. These five teams made it through the finals but came up short of the win of the state championship.

  • Mora Senior Lunch Menu - Feb. 21, 2014

    SENIOR LUNCH MENU

    The lunch menu for the Mora /Wagon Mound Senior Centers with coffee and milk served daily.

    Monday — Green chili chicken enchilada, pinto beans, calavacitas, spinach salad with dressing, crackers, and Jello with fruit
    Tuesday — Honey dijon chicken, asparagus with cheese sauce, salad with dressing, wheat roll with margarine, and lemon bar
    Wednesday — Fidellos con carne, salad with dressing, mixed vegetables, flour tortilla, and orange pineapple mix

  • Palabras Pintorescas - Household remedies of the old days

    ‘To know what you do know and not know what you do not know is true knowledge.” So said Confucius a very long time ago. This quote is on the cover of a very old and terribly worn cookbook that belonged to my grandmother, which she inherited from my mother.

    This is one of the oldest cookbooks I have in my big collection of cookbooks.

    The title reads, “Tested recipes compiled by Ladies of the congressional Church, Lancaster, Wis.” This is the second and revised edition and might have been published in the late 1800s.

  • Rangerettes clinch 2-2A hoops title

    The Mora Rangerettes are once again regular-season champions of District 2-2A girls’ basketball, and the team will host the district tournament final next week.

    Mora clinched the top spot on a momentous Tuesday evening, beating Pecos 63-44 at Sanchez Gym. The win, which pumped Mora’s record to 20-3 overall and 7-0 in district, marks the fifth straight season the team has won 20 or more games.

    Pecos fell to 8-17 overall and 2-5 in District 2-2A.

  • In Coach’s honor - WLV grad Quintana first to receive Sanchez scholarship

    By Margaret McKinney
    New Mexico Highlands University

    Jayme Quintana is the first New Mexico Highlands University student to be awarded the new Henry O. Sanchez Scholarship in memory of the New Mexico coaching legend and former Las Vegas mayor who died in 2011.

  • Wrestlers tackle state

    A host of area wrestlers will be vying for glory this Friday and Saturday at the state tournaments at Rio Rancho’s Santa Ana Star Center. Action begins 9 a.m. Friday.

  • Cowgirls show improved ‘D’

    By Matthew Lofton
    NMHU Sports Information

    The New Mexico Highlands softball team (4-5) opened its home slate with a doubleheader sweep of Oklahoma Panhandle State (2-10) by scores of 8-2 and 2-1 in the nightcap Wednesday at Cowgirl Field.

    The story of the day may have been the Cowgirls’ defense. After committing 20 errors in its first seven games of the season, Highlands had only one error in each contest against the Aggies.

  • Intrigue in 2-3A

    The road provided different fortunes for the Meadow City’s girls’ basketball teams on Wednesday night.

    West Las Vegas lost 39-36 at Pojoaque Valley, while Robertson beat Taos 60-47. That leaves the Lady Dons at 6-2, the Elkettes at 5-2, Lady Cards at 4-3.

    If RHS defeats Pojo this coming week, West clinches the district title for the regular season. If Pojo wins, the Elkettes will meet West in a one-game playoff for the top spot.

  • Luna home games on tap

    Luna Community College

    The Luna Community College Lady Rough Riders started off the season 2-0 after beating Lamar Community College 3-2 and 17-9.

    They lost a nailbiter to Lamar 9-8 in the final game of the series. After winning the first game at the Midland Classic in Texas, the Lady Rough Riders lost their next four.

    They beat Coastal Bend 14-5 and lost to Trinidad Junior College 10-1, Eastern Oklahoma 11-0, Vernon College 7-5 and Western Nebraska 8-0. They are now 3-5 on the season.