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Today's News

  • Cowboys’ air attack drops Grizzlies

    Highlands outscored host Adams State 24-10 in the second half to break away for a 34-20 win in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football on Saturday afternoon in Alamosa, Colo.
    The Cowboys (6-1, 5-0)mustered only 35 yards rushing but more than made up for it with another prolific passing day.
    Emmanuel Lewis completed 36 of 67 passes for 437 yards and three touchdowns with one interception to keep NMHU unbeaten in RMAC play and tied with Colorado State-Pueblo for first place.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Oct. 15, 2012

    Monday
    Football
    • Robertson JV at Raton, 4 p.m., Raton
    Volleyball
    • Memorial Middle School vs. Raton, 4 p.m., MMS gym

    Tuesday
    Volleyball
    • Pecos (A,B) at Monte del Sol, 5 p.m., Santa Fe
    • Robertson (A,B,C) at Raton, 4 p.m., Raton
    • West Las Vegas (A,B,C) vs. Taos, 4 p.m., Gillie Lopez Gym

    Wednesday
    No local sporting events scheduled

    Thursday
    Football

  • In Brief - Sports - Oct. 15, 2012

    From The Associated Press

    NHL talks could resume Tuesday

    Labor negotiations between the NHL and the locked-out players’ association may resume Tuesday after a four-day break.
    The location and the agenda have yet to be determined. The sides held two days of talks this week in New York without discussion of hockey-related revenue — the core economic issue that has prevented the NHL regular season from starting on time.

  • Weekend Roundup - Cowgirl skid hits nine matches

    A return to the Wilson Complex wasn’t enough to get the Highlands volleyball team off their current slide over the weekend. The Cowgirls lost to Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foes Black Hills State (S.D.) and Chadron State (Neb.) on Friday and Saturday.
    NMHU is 6-15 overall and 2-9 in the conference.

  • Drilling takes center stage

    The difficult task of establishing regulations for the oil and gas industry in San Miguel County moved to the front burner this week as the County Commission began taking testimony on a draft ordinance that was developed by county staff.

  • Prices may rise - City school food change in works

    Roughly a month after parents and students at Las Vegas city schools went public with their disgust over the quality of food being served at schools, district officials say they are changing the way they do things.

    Menus have been changed, cooks have been sent to a class on food preparation and how to make food look appealing at Luna Community College, and the district is now serving fresh, regionally grown organic fruit to students at least once a week. The district is also considering increasing its meal prices so that it can improve the quality of its offerings.

  • Looking Ahead - News - Oct. 12, 2012

    Traditional storytelling on Saturday

    The city of Las Vegas Museum will host local author Ray John de Aragon at 2 p.m. this Saturday at Carnegie Library. He will read tales of folklore. All ages are welcome to share in this traditional storytelling.

  • Makwa files for bankruptcy

    The Albuquerque contractor New Mexico Highlands University officials blame for delays in the student center building has filed for bankruptcy.

    Attorneys for Makwa Builders LLC filed a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Albuquerque last week.

    Chapter 11 bankruptcy enables a company to reorganize its debts in order to regain its financial footing.

  • 3 amendments seek PRC changes

    Three of the five constitutional amendments voters will decide on in November deal with the state Public Regulation Commission, a powerful state agency that regulates everything from utilities to insurance companies.

    The proposed changes are partly due to the scandals the PRC has found itself in in recent years, including the troubles of former PRC commissioner Jerome Block, who left the PRC amid mounting turmoil.

  • Gov. vows to comply with federal ID law

    By Barry Massey
    The Associated Press

    SANTA FE — Republican Gov. Susana Martinez asked a federal agency on Wednesday whether there will be another extension of a looming deadline to comply with a nationwide law imposing security standards for driver’s licenses.

    In a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Martinez asked for clarification on what will happen to New Mexico — and potentially other states — if they fail by 2013 to meet requirements of the Real ID Act, which was enacted in 2005.