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Today's News

  • Cowboys drop Iowa hoopsters

    Shooting at a 58 percent clip in the second half, the New Mexico Highlands men’s basketball team pulled away from Iowa Wesleyan for a 100-78 win on Saturday in Alamosa, Colo.

    The Cowboys and head coach Joe Harge evened their season record at 1-1. They were to play Northern New Mexico on Sunday, also as part of the Alamosa Tourism & Bankers Classic hosted by Adams State University.

    Five Cowboys finished in double figures on Saturday, and all 12 who got playing time contributed to the victory.

  • State volleyball
  • Redbirds rally past Rams

    Overcoming a two-touchdown deficit in the state football playoffs is just part of the story for Robertson in its 40-26 triumph over visiting Portales on a cool Saturday afternoon at Cardinal Stadium.

    The Cardinals (7-4) also found a way to overcome its penchant for incurring expensive penalties on both sides of the ball. And they overcame less-than-optimal health across the roster, finding a way to win against an improved Rams outfit with its own injury issues.

  • Irish 11-0 first time since ‘89

    By Tom Coyne
    The Associated Press

    SOUTH BEND, Ind.  — Notre Dame got one first-place vote in the coaches’ poll last Sunday — head coach Brian Kelly’s.
    Against Wake Forest, the Fighting Irish reinforced his faith in his team.

    Everett Golson threw three touchdown passes and Cierre Wood scored on a 68-yard run as No. 3 Notre Dame beat Wake Forest 38-0 Saturday to finish the season undefeated at home for the first time since 1998 and keep its national championship hopes alive.

  • Wolf Pack hold on, hand Lobos loss in football home finale

    By The Associated Press

    ALBUQUERQUE — Nevada’s Cody Fajardo threw three touchdown passes and ran for a career-high 186 yards Saturday to help the Wolf Pack beat New Mexico 31-24 and end a three-game losing streak.

    Fajardo hit Brandon Wimberly from 2 yards out for what proved to be the winning score with 4 minutes left in the third quarter for Nevada (7-4, 4-3 Mountain West).

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Nov. 19, 2012

    Monday
    No varsity sporting events scheduled in town

    Tuesday
    No varsity sporting events scheduled in town

    Wednesday
    No varsity sporting events scheduled in town

    Thursday
    No varsity sporting events scheduled in town

    Friday
    Basketball
    • NMHU women at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11 a.m., Kingsville, Texas
    • Robertson boys at Bernalillo Invite, TBA, Bernalillo

  • Where’s Cindy?

    Their emotions get more and more frayed as each day passes without knowing, their minds stuck in a cruel tug of war between hoping that she’s still alive and the scenario they know deep in their hearts is more likely.

    But they remain strong, fighting each  day to find out what happened to her. And they pray “that she’s not suffering,” says cousin Evelyn Garcia,  “and that she comes home,” adds Deddie Rivera, the missing woman’s aunt. “If she’s dead, let us bury her.”

  • CCHP worker accused of taking money

    The former office manager of a local non-profit has been charged with multiple felonies for allegedly embezzling about $2,300 from the organization during a three week-period.

    The embezzlement scheme at the Citizens Committee for Historic Preservation was quickly discovered by a board member who noticed discrepancies as she was trying to reconcile the organization’s books.

  • Glitches stall sale of Maloof building, Trementina land

    Two pieces of property — land in Trementina and the old Maloof building — that the West Las Vegas School District has been trying to sell are causing headaches for district officials.

    The district had already put out a request for bids for the Trementina property and had even found an interested buyer, but the deal is now up in the air because the parcel owned by the district is smaller than originally thought. The amount of land, survey and value of the property are in limbo.

  • Albuquerque police may soon see officer shortage

    The Associated Press

    ALBUQUERQUE — Proposed changes to state retirement funds may prompt hundreds of Albuquerque police officers to retire and spark an officer shortage in New Mexico’s largest city.

    Albuquerque Police Chief Ray Schultz said the city could lose around 200 officers to retirement in a few months, KOAT-TV reported. Those retirements would reduce the department’s workforce to around 800, Schultz said.