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Today's News

  • Go Fish

    Editor’s note: This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.

  • Mora County Notebook: Mora native recipient of prestigious award

    Carmela Romo Alcon was the recipient of the highest award a social worker can receive. She was awarded the 2011 Rose Hubbard Praisner Memorial award for outstanding work in the field of social work and community service at the 31st annual gathering of the New Mexico Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers at their February meeting taken place at Sandia Resort in Albuquerque.  

  • Mora Community Calendar and Lunch Menu

    Community Calendar

    Friday
    Mora Rangers Baseball Tournament Mora Baseball Field
    Mora Track Team in Clayton

    Saturday
    TBA - Mora Baseball tournament championship games
                                    
    Monday
    1 p.m. - 6 p.m. - Open house, Mora Independent Schools

  • Palabras Pintorescas: Moisture, rain, where art thou?

    Oh, happy day! As I write this snowflakes blow by. And, what I’d give to have to drag out the snow shovel once again, believe it or not. However, the springtime weather/moisture forecast is grim this year.

  • Highlands develops technology for NASA

    By Margaret McKinney
    Highlands University

    New Mexico Highlands University developed new hydrazine abatement technology that could dramatically change the way NASA cleanses decommissioned spacecraft like the space shuttle Discovery, which flew its last mission in March.

    NASA is conducting the final tests required by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection to permit the space agency to safely dispose of treated hydrazine down the drain when using Highlands’ technology.

  • Students of the Month
  • LCC launches new website

    Calling it “accessible, engaging and user friendly,” Luna Community College has launched a new website.

    The last time LCC had done this was about three years ago.

    “It’s easier to find what you are looking for,” says LCC website developer Adam Caldwell. “We’re constantly improving it with multimedia including photo galleries, videos and live updates.

  • Gov. Martinez signs education bills

    By Susan Montoya Bryan
    The Associated Press

    ALBUQUERQUE — Gov. Susana Martinez on Wednesday signed into law legislation aimed at increasing transparency among New Mexico’s public school districts and strengthening oversight of charter schools.

    Among the four bills signed by the governor during a ceremony at Albuquerque’s Sandia High School was a measure that requires financial information about school districts and charter schools to be posted on a government website known as the “sunshine portal.”

  • Students, employees attending competition

    Taking its largest group ever, 28 Luna Community College students and staff members will be taking their talents to the state Skills USA competition from Thursday, April 7 to Saturday, April 9 in Albuquerque.

    “I predict that Luna Community College will have at least three state champions,” said LCC collision repair instructor Anthony Baca. “We have a good caliber of students.”
    Earlier this year, Baca was elected to the board of directors for SkillsUSA.

  • Murder suspect arraigned

    Suzanne Aguilar called 911 at about 7:26 a.m. Friday and told the dispatcher that she had stabbed her husband.

    When police arrived at the home on the 1400 block of Salazar Street, they found Michael Martinez lying on a bed and could see that he had been stabbed. He wasn’t breathing, and his body was cold. Officers tried to revive him but were unsuccessful.

    Those are among the scant details contained in court documents filed in San Miguel County Magistrate Court on Monday charging Aguilar, 45, with an open count of murder and tampering with evidence.