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Today's News

  • Six NMHU sluggers make RMAC honor rolls

    NMHU Sports Information

    Six NMHU student-athletes have been named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference All-Academic teams for the spring season.

    Jarod Robinette, Cruz Sedillo and Chris Waha represent the Cowboy baseball program and Samantha Butler, Alysha Alvarez and Roxanne Avalos represent the Cowgirl softball program on the All-Academic teams.

  • Looking ahead - Sports

    MONDAY
    Golf
    • Robertson at Las Cruces, 9 a.m., NMSU Golf Course, Las Cruces
    Track and field
    • West Las Vegas at Cimarron, 2 p.m., Cimarron

    TUESDAY
    Baseball
    • Robertson vs. Taos, 3 p.m., MMS field
    • West Las Vegas at Raton, 4 p.m., Raton
    Softball
    • LCC vs. Lamar CC (DH), 2 p.m., Rodriguez Park
    • Robertson vs. Taos, 3 p.m., RHS
    • West Las Vegas at Raton, 4 p.m., Raton

  • FYI - Sports

    City of Las Vegas presents Spring Road Running: Spring Running is a fun program designed to teach the basics of running. Recreation staff will provide instruction which includes stretching exercises, running techniques, running games, timed races and cool down techniques. This five-week program will let you kick up your heels and shake off the winter cobwebs. Participants will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Abe Montoya Recreation Center. Learn how running can be a fun and healthy lifetime activity.

  • Shotgun found at school

    Agents with the Region IV Narcotics Task Force discovered a shotgun, ammunition, marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside the trunk of a vehicle in a parking lot on the West Las Vegas High School campus earlier this month, and a student is now facing criminal charges.

  • City making progress on water crisis

    The city of Las Vegas is close to an agreement with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish for an extra 100 acre feet of water to help the city meet its water needs this year and it has asked the U.S. Interior Department for another 500 acre feet of water that the federal agency has in Storrie Lake.

  • Hands-on Learning
  • Public forum planned for East finalists

    Finalists for the Las Vegas City Schools superintendent position will take part in a community forum on May 5 and will be interviewed by the school board on May 6.

    If all goes as planned, the school board will hire the district’s next superintendent in May.

    The community forum will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on May 5 at the Robertson High School band room. Community members will be allowed to ask questions of the finalists.

  • Holman residents fight for post office

    Residents of the small community of Holman in Mora County are banding together to fight for their post office.

    About 100 residents showed up Tuesday to hear from United States Postal Service representatives about the potential closure of the 117-year-old post office. The community has also gathered more than 150 signatures on a petition protesting any change in the status of the post office and urging the Postal Service to keep the post office open.

    A second petition for senior citizens and disabled customers of the Holman Post Office has also been circulated.

  • Looking Back

    In 1911

    April 24 — Charged with desertion and non-support of his wife, Isidoro Casias was arrested Saturday at La Garita by Sheriff Secundino Romero, who brought Casias  to Las Vegas. The man will have a hearing tomorrow in a justice court on the West side. Casias and his wife have resided on the West side for some time. Recently, it is charged, Casias left home and failed to return.

  • Looking Ahead

    Easter egg hunt is Sunday

    The Las Vegas Elks Lodge #408 will hold its annual Easter egg hunt at 1 p.m. on Sunday at the Robertson football field.