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Today's News

  • Que Pasa - Feb. 8, 2017

    2.8.2017
    WEDNESDAY

    10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
    Carnegie Library Story Time takes place in the children’s area of the library. All programs are free and open to the public.

    2.9.2017
    THURSDAY

    5:30 to 8 p.m.

  • Gorsuch deserves fair hearing

    Editor’s note: The following editorial is from the Philadelphia Inquirer and was originally published on Feb. 3.

    About an hour after Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s death was announced in February 2016, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate would not hold a hearing, let alone a vote, on anyone President Barack Obama nominated as a replacement until after the presidential election.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Feb. 8, 2017
  • Work of Art: Going bankrupt? Again?

    Pick up any news article that deals with the bestowing of some sort of honor, be it the Super Bowl championship, winning the presidency of the United States, being named a beauty queen or being appointed hallway monitor at your high school. It doesn’t matter.

    What these supposed honors have in common is the choice of words the awardees use. Invariably, you’ll run across “humbled,” as in “I’m humbled to have been elected president.”

  • Lady Cards sweep WLV

    Alianza Darley and the Robertson Lady Cardinals found the best way to put their first District 2-4A loss behind them.

    Beat crosstown rival West Las Vegas.

    That’s what they did Monday night at Mike Marr Gym, confounding the Lady Dons with their usual 2-3 zone and setting up plenty of whirlwind drives for Darley and her mates.

    Robertson won 60-47 to complete a sweep of the regular-season series and solidify their hold on first place.

  • Late putback lifts RHS boys past St. Mike’s

    Arjay Ortiz’s tip-in with two seconds left lifted Robertson to a 36-34 victory over visiting St. Michael’s on Friday night at Mike Marr Gym.

    St. Mike’s led 32-29 after baskets by Adam Tupler and L Archuleta. Then Kasean Pryor popped in a three-pointer from the left wing to tie the game at the 3:51 mark in the fourth quarter.

  • Baseball breaks ice

    NMHU baseball dropped all three games of its season-opening home series vs. West Texas A&M over the weekend at Brandt Park.

    The visiting Buffs won decisively 9-1 Friday and 21-2 Saturday, before being forced to come back in the series finale, a 9-5 tally that saw the Cowboys show some promise.

    In Sunday’s game, Highlands pinned three runs on the board in the bottom of the third to grab a 5-4 edge that lasted until the Buffs tied it in the fifth. WTAMU regained the lead for good after a three-run sixth.

  • Riders rally for split

    Brieanna McGill hit the tying run and then scored the winning run in a dramatic seventh-inning comeback as Luna softball earned a split of its home debut doubleheader vs. McCook (Neb.) on Monday at Cowgirl Field on the NMHU campus.

    McGill, a freshman from Hobbs, scored the walk-off winner when — with two outs — Cierra LaSanta sliced a shot up the middle. The 7-6 triumph came after the Rough Riders had trailed 6-3 going into their final at-bats. LaSanta is a freshman from Las Cruces.

  • Highlands, Adams State go to the wire

    James Healy and Marlon Johnson sank four huge foul shots in the closing seconds, helping Highlands’ men seal a tough 84-81 win over Adams State (10-13, 7-10 RMAC) on Saturday at the Wilson Complex.

    Ron Lawton (26 points, three three-pointers), Kieran Woods (16 points, eight rebounds, three assists), Johnson (13 points, 12 boards, five blocks) and Healy (10 points) led the Cowboys, who shot 51 percent.

  • Humphrey nabs 3rd at RMAC

    Reis Humphrey captured third place to highlight New Mexico Highlands’ weekend at the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference wrestling championships in Colorado Springs.

    Humphrey (157 lbs.) opened with a 9-4 win over Landon Myers of San Francisco State. But he lost 6-2 in the semifinals to eventual champ Payton Tawater of Colorado Mesa. He then defeated Greg Gaxiola of California Baptist by a 7-5 tally in the consolation bracket. In the third-place bout, he edged Myers 3-2.