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Today's News

  • Off day?

  • Contest winners crowned

    An estimated seven dozen area youngsters age 9-12 put their baseball skills to the test in the City of Las Vegas’ recent Hit, Run and Throw Competition, culminating in the June 23 finals.

    The city’s recreation department hosted the contest, with sponsors including the city, PNM Resources, Las Vegas-San Miguel Chamber of Commerce and the Las Vegas Train Robbers.

  • Youth soccer sign-up opens

    Registration for the fall 2013 season of the Las Vegas Youth Soccer League opened on Monday and continues through Aug. 10, the league announced.

  • Go Fish - July 5, 2013

    FISHING REPORT, 

    June 25  

    Charette Lakes: We had no reports from anglers this week. 

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - July 5, 2013

    Friday

    Baseball

    • Las Vegas Train Robbers vs. Roswell Invaders, 6 p.m., Rodriguez Park

  • BREAKING: City Clerk says not enough valid signatures for recall

    City Clerk Casandra Fresquez announced today that there are not enough valid signatures for the recall against Mayor Alfonso Ortiz to move forward. 

    Over the past 11 days Fresquez has been reviewing signatures on the recall petition. She determined that more than half of the signatures were not valid. 

  • Suspects lead police on chase

    When Las Vegas police Lt. Martin X. Salazar spotted a green pick-up leaving the Big R parking lot with a riding lawn mower at 1:41 a.m. Tuesday, he knew something wasn’t right.

    Suspecting that the men in the truck had just stolen the mower, he tried to pull the truck over as it headed north on Hot Springs Boulevard.

  • Hearts heavy as firefighters battle blazes

    By Susan Montoya Bryan
    The Associated Press

    The burdens of a relentless heat wave and persistent drought started to give way this week to cooler temperatures and a little bit of rain as hundreds of firefighters tried to rein in a pair of unruly blazes burning through New Mexico’s tinder-dry forests.

    They toiled on steep mountainsides to bolster fire lines and made preparations to protect structures that might be in the path of the flames, just as they have every day for the last couple of weeks.

  • Fiesta preparations - Entertainment planned for Fourth

    Food, dance and music will fill Plaza Park sooner than originally planned. Fiesta organizers have added three groups to the entertainment lineup, and they will perform Thursday evening, the day before fiesta events were originally scheduled to begin

    Inez Gallegos-Lujan will perform at Plaza park Thursday from 6 to 7 p.m., followed by Los Malcriados. Los Latineerz will take the stage from 8 to 9 p.m. Food booths will also be allowed to open from 6 to 11 p.m. Thursday if they have passed inspection.

    This year’s Fourth of July Fiestas run through Sunday.

  • Cascabel reunion on tap for Thursday

    For years people used to put on their dancing shoes to dance the night away to the sounds of Cascabel.

    On Thursday evening, several original band members will get together for a reunion show starting at 8 p.m. to midnight at El Rialto Patio Ballroom.

    “The dance is going to be a reunion of some of the original band,” Steve Leger said. “It is going to be a great night of music, fun and memories.”