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Today's News

  • Martinez breaks wins record

    Robertson High’s wrestling team returned from last week’s Silver City Duals with another team title.

    RHS senior Daniel Martinez came back with the school record for wins in a career.

    Martinez went 8-0 to run his career victory total to 202, passing older brothers Jake and Adam in the Cardinal record book.

    Oh, and as he’s done at every tournament to date this season, Martinez also earned Outstanding Middleweight Wrestler honors.

  • Road split for HU teams

    Thomas Manzano recorded 27 points, five rebounds and a pair of steals, and Momcilo Latinovic scored 21 to go with 11 rebounds as New Mexico Highlands rolled over host Colorado Christian 79-62 Monday night in Lakewood, Colo.

    The victory came 24 hours after coach Joe Harge’s Cowboys (10-2 overall, 6-2 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) endured only their second defeat of the season, a 95-76 setback against then-undefeated Colorado School of Mines.

  • Mora boys rock Pecos, capture Tri-City title

    Four Mora Rangers scored in double figures, outrunning and outgunning the Pecos Panthers 84-45 this past weekend in the unexpectedly lopsided finale of the Tri-City Tournament held in Pecos.

    The tourney final had been slated for Thursday, Dec. 30, in Santa Rosa but was moved to Saturday in Pecos, reportedly due to weather.

    Tyler Martinez led all scorers with 17 points, followed by Adam Laumbach with 14 and Andrew Lesse and Lucas Serna with a dozen each for Mora (8-1).

    Isidro Sena and John Vigil led Pecos (5-6) with 14 points each.

  • Republican governor takes oath

    By Barry Massey
    Associated Press

    SANTA FE — Republican Gov. Susana Martinez, making history as the nation’s first female Hispanic governor, called Saturday for New Mexicans to unite to solve economic, budget and educational problems confronting the state.

    Martinez sounded a bipartisan tone during her public inaugural ceremony on the historic Santa Fe Plaza.

  • Local GOP leader sees ‘opportunity’

    A local leader of the San Miguel County Republican Party says he and other members of his party see an opportunity in Susana Martinez’s election as governor.

    “(Party) members feel confident that it is a great opportunity for us to strengthen and rebuild our party,” Republican Mel Root said in a statement after returning from Saturday’s gubernatorial inauguration event in Santa Fe.

  • West grad dies in crash

    “Unbelievable” was the single word an 18-year-old man’s mother used to describe her feelings about the death of her son.

    Joseph “Joey” Portillo, 18, died on Wednesday evening as a result of an automobile accident on Interstate 25 south of Las Vegas.

  • New Year’s Baby

    Marcus Barela made his grand entrance at 12:42 a.m. to officially become Alta Vista Regional Hospital’s first baby of 2011. Barela is the son of Mark Barela and Adella Jaramillo of Las Vegas and the brother to 2-year-old Ariana Barela.

    “Pretty exciting,” Jaramillo said in describing the birth of her son on New Year’s Day. “I didn’t expect to have him on New Year’s.”

  • Taking The Plunge
  • Husband facing criminal charges

    A Las Vegas man is facing criminal charges after allegedly choking his wife until she momentarily lost consciousness during an argument in their home on Dec. 17.

    State police have issued an arrest warrant for a 35-year-old Las Vegas man on charges of aggravated battery against a household member, false imprisonment and assault.

    According to records filed in San Miguel County Magistrate Court, the alleged victim told police her husband turned violent in an argument and choked her with his right hand, causing her to “black out.”

  • Que Pasa - Jan 3, 2010

    WEDNESDAY
    MIERCOLES

    • SynergyFest Planning Committee  meeting at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Traveler’s Café in Tapetes de Lana Weaving Center on the Plaza.The 8th annual SynergyFest will be held April 30th. SynergyFest celebrates the potential of a sustainable future for the community surrounding Las Vegas, New Mexico. The committee needs help with all areas: entertainment, logistics, vendors, workshops, publicity and fundraising. For more information, contact Cheryl Zebrowski at 505-718-6932.