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Today's News

  • Cano outslugs Gonzalez in derby

    The Associated Press

    PHOENIX — Robinson Cano thought about hitting the Miller Lite sign, a 472-foot drive off an advertisement a good 50 feet or more above and well behind the swimming pool at Chase Field.
    “That was my favorite one I’m going to have that in my mind for the next two or three weeks. I wonder how far could it be, that in New York?” he said. “I got power.”

  • Gov. pledges water help

    Gov. Susana Martinez and a host of other federal, state and local officials were on hand Thursday afternoon for a ceremonial groundbreaking and signing of two projects that will help the city with its dire water situation.

    “You have the commitment of the governor’s office to fight hard to make sure you have the water that is necessary to live comfortably in your homes and in your businesses,” Martinez told more than 100 people gathered at Plaza Park for the event.

  • City Schools hierarchy revealed

    The administration of the Las Vegas City Schools district is starting to come together, and it appears that longtime administrator LeeEtte Quintana will no longer have a role in the district.

    On Saturday night, interim superintendent Sheryl McNellis-Martinez announced several key positions on her administrative team.

    She said the positions were offered and the applicants accepted their new positions. Lydia Flores will keep her current title as director of bilingual and federal programs — a position she has held for the past few years.

  • Gross Anatomy

    By Oshá Bailey
    Las Vegas Optic

    Who says learning can’t be fun? Several Robertson High students have been spending their summer dissecting animals and building a model roller coaster.

    Robertson High School  funded two programs, one for math and engineering, and the other for science. Donna Ortiz and Martha Peña are teaching the classes.

    Under the supervision of Peña, an RHS math teacher, 18 students constructed four different projects, including designing and building their own scale model roller coaster

  • Veteran's Clinic Ribbon Cutting
  • In Brief

    From The Associated Press

    Las Conchas fire has burned 146,000 acres

    The Las Conchas fire burning in the Santa Fe National Forest has burned 146,353 acres and is 45 percent contained, fire officials announced Sunday.

    The fire has destroyed 63 homes and 44 outbuildings.

    The human-caused blaze started on June 26.

    Wallow fire now fully contained

    SPRINGERVILLE, Ariz. — The biggest wildfire in Arizona history is now fully contained.

  • Looking Back

    In 1911

    Saturday, July 8 — That there is much cause for hope that statehood will be granted New Mexico during the present extra session of congress is the statement of ex-Governor George Curry and Charlie A. Spiess, who have just returned from Washington where they worked energetically and conscientiously for the admission of this territory into the Union. Both men state ... that the Flood resolution, as amended by the senate committee on territories, will meet the approval of the people of New Mexico...

  • Looking Ahead - News July 11, 2011

    County commission to meet Tuesday

    The San Miguel County Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 12, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the San Miguel County Commission Chambers, county courthouse, 2nd Floor, 500 West National Ave., Suite 200.

  • Weather - July 11, 2011

    Monday
    Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 88. West wind 5-10 mph, becoming south. Chance of precipitation is 30 percent.Scattered showers and thunderstorms at night. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 61. South wind around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 50 percent.

    Tuesday

  • FYI - News

    Level III fire restrictions remain in place in San Miguel County. Under the restrictions, campfires, white gas stoves, open fires, controlled burning, charcoal grills and fireworks are prohibited. All Terrain vehicles without spark arresters and motorcycles and vehicles with catalytic converters are restricted to maintained roadways. Anyone found violating the restrictions could be fined up to $1,000.