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Today's News

  • Delighted with the fire station news

    I live on the edge of a very large forest. Therefore, fire is a very large priority, whether it be forest or house fire. I am delighted to learn from a recent Optic story that we will have a third fire station in this very large area. This station will be up in the Sapello Canyon, near San Ignacio.

  • North-South presence expands in Las Vegas

    Las Vegas Optic Staff

    A dozen years since Art Abreu, Jay Moore and a small crew of volunteers first brought North-South mania to Las Vegas, the mid-summer tradition has never been bigger in the Meadow City.

    This year, for the first time, the New Mexico High School Coaches Association’s Class 1A-2A-3A all-star baseball events were situated in town, joining the list of North-South football and boys’ and girls’ basketball contests that have been part of the season for years now.

  • Stabbing victim is critical


    Las Vegas police had a busy weekend, responding on Saturday night to a near fatal stabbing on the river walk and then getting called out a few hours later to a triple shooting at a home on Apache.
    Details on the stabbing were sketchy as of press time, but Las Vegas Deputy Chief Eugene Garcia said Monday that the victim was transported to University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque and was in the hospital’s intensive care unit in critical condition.
    Garcia said the altercation involved an uncle and a nephew.

  • City wants cut of county tax hike

    By Martín Salazar
    Las Vegas Optic
    Las Vegas City Manager Timothy Dodge says that if San Miguel County wants the city’s support for the one-fourth of 1 percent increase in the sales tax it will likely ask voters to approve in November, the county will probably have to agree to use part of the money generated to offset dispatch and ambulance service costs inside the city limits as well as in the county.

  • Ranch owner seeks to ‘rejuvenate’ river

    By Phaedra Haywood
    Santa Fe New Mexican

    SANTA FE — Contrary to rumors, the man who purchased the Rowe area ranch formerly owned by Val Kilmer is not damming the Pecos River. But the Texas oil and gas executive does have big plans for the property, and they include making “enhancements” to the river that runs through his land.

  • Vegas has new childcare center

    Parents and guardians now have another option for childcare in Las Vegas.

    Last month, Alizza “Ali” Gonzalez opened up a new facility that isn’t your typical childcare center.

  • Que Pasa - July 18, 2012

    TODAY - HOY
    • Municipal Court will be closed all day from Wednesday, July 18 to Friday, July 20 so court staff may attend a Judicial Conference. For questions, call municipal court at 425-9403.
    • Summer Fest 4 Christ featuring “The Thirsting” — A Catholic Christian Center concert featuring a four-piece Catholic alternative rock band from Vancouver, Wash. Sponsored by the NMHU Newman Center, starting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 18 at Ilfeld. Admission: $5. Advance tickets, call 454-3238 or visit KEDP radio station studio.

  • College Graduate
  • Viewpoints
  • Necessary increases

    Anyone who has been keeping up with Las Vegas city politics knew a proposal to increase water rates was coming. It has been widely discussed since last year, when a preliminary engineering report recommended spending $120 million over the next 40 years on the city’s water system.