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  • In Brief - New Mexico News - Sept. 9, 2013

    The Associated Press

    2nd West Nile death in NM

    New Mexico has recorded its second death in 2013 from the West Nile Virus.
    The state Department of Health says the person who died was an 84-year-old San Juan County woman who had encephalitis, the more severe clinical form of the disease.
    The other fatal case in 2013 was an 83-year-old man from Curry County.
    The department says New Mexico has had a total of seven human cases so far this year.

    Fund earns 11 percent return

  • Que Pasa - Sept. 9, 2013

    TODAY HOY
    • Kimberly Reed-Deemer Art Exhibit containing 25 works will be on display from Monday, Sept. 9 to Thursday, Oct. 10 at Burris Hall Gallery on the campus of Highlands University. A reception with light refreshments will take place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 19 at the gallery. The gallery is open from 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Free and open to the public.

    WEDNESDAY MIERCOLES

  • New Marine
  • High court will step in

    The state Supreme Court has finally decided to take up the issue of same-sex marriage in New Mexico. It’s about time.
    The high court agreed Friday to hold a hearing on Oct. 23 to hear arguments in the case. The decision came after all 33 county clerks in the state petitioned the Supreme Court to weigh in on the issue.
    As it now stands, eight New Mexico counties are issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, while the remaining 25 are not.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Sept. 9, 2013
  • Just a Thought - Inspirational quotes

    We live in interesting times. Times that mankind has never experienced before. Do you ever wonder why you were born into this time?

    It seems like every day I receive numerous e-mails in my “Inbox” and I have no idea why I am receiving them. Although most of them are “nonsense,” sometime a few months ago I must have clicked a button somewhere that causes me to regularly receive “Inspirational Quotes.” One day they just started coming in and they have continued to be sent to me ever since.

  • Big strides in Week 2

    The second week of the season saw major improvements — and a couple of momentous wins, each significant for its own reason — for the Robertson and West Las Vegas football programs.

    With both teams in town Friday night, local fans had their choice of gridiron treats.

    Robertson 27, Lovington 18

    Coach Leroy Gonzalez’s Cardinals scored a huge victory over one of the top-rated programs in Class 3A, getting both a solid defensive effort and a productive ground game in the upset.

  • Cowboys muzzle Hounds

    Emmanuel Lewis threw for one touchdown and ran for another, leading New Mexico Highlands past Eastern New Mexico 31-28 on Saturday night at Greyhound Stadium AKA Blackwater Draw north of Portales.

    It was the football season opener for both schools.

    Lewis finished 15 of 27 for 182 yards with one TD and one interception; he was also one of the Cowboys’ leading rushers with 78 yards on 11 carries. Ricky Marvay, one of the new-look receiving corps, made six catches for 100 yards.

  • Strong start for NMHU runners

    NMHU Sports Information

    ALAMOSA, Colo. — The New Mexico Highlands University men’s and women’s cross country teams had a very good start to the 2013 season at the Joe I. Vigil Invitational hosted by Adams State University.

    The Cowboy cross country team finished second at the Joe Vigil Invitational, placing three runners in the top 15 and five Cowboys in front of the No. 1 runner from Fort Lewis College (ranked 20th in the nation).

  • Vegas spikers double trouble for Lovington

    The Meadow City's high school volleyball teams were rude visitors to Lovington over the weekend, dropping the host Lady Wildcats in quick succession.

    After falling 25-17 in the first set, West Las Vegas won three in a row, 25-10, 27-25, 25-22.

    Off to a 3-0 start, the Lady Dons encountered tough blocking from the Lady Cats and had to find other ways to crack their defense.

    "(Our) hitting was 19 percent, down in this area," said coach Mary Bustos. "Lovington blocked us well."