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Today's News

  • Three district titles each for Ortiz, Coca

    Meadow City athletes combined to win a dozen first-place medals in this past weekend’s District 2-4A track and field meet held primarily at Cardinal Stadium.

    Robertson senior Arjay Ortiz prevailed in the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles as well as the javelin.

    West Las Vegas senior Miguel Coca swept to wins in the three distance running events – the 800, 1,600 and 3,200.

  • La Plaza to hold cleanup session Wednesday

    Las Vegas Optic reports

    According to La Plaza Little League Vice President Nick Montoya, a special cleanup session is scheduled for Wednesday at Rodriguez Park.

    The cleanup will take place from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Montoya said the session will also be an opportunity for the board to let the community know that it is addressing all concerns of players, parents and spectators.

  • Panthers fifth in state track meet

    When you have a strong group of distance runners like Pecos does, racking up a bunch of points in one or two events can push you right up the leaderboard at the state track and field meet.

  • Mora baseball, RHS and WLV softball teams set for state

    Here's what to watch for in high school baseball and softball state tournaments involving area schools.

    CLASS 1A-2A BASEBALL

    The Mora Rangers earned the No. 2 seed in the Class 1A-2A state baseball bracket and will take on No. 7 Dora at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Rio Rancho High School.

  • City: Special meeting, without quorum, could not be held

    A Las Vegas City Council organizational meeting for Friday night couldn’t begin because not enough Councilors were in attendance to create a quorum.

  • LVPD investigation leads to recovery of stolen construction equipment and large drug discovery

    The Optic regularly receives observations that not enough new construction is taking place in San Miguel or Mora counties. Encouragement to get investment in more area projects isn’t likely to come from a pair of large pieces of construction equipment disappearing.

  • State baseball Saturday update: Cards moving on

    Robertson baseball defeated Sandia Prep 11-3 on Saturday, sweeping their best-of-three playoff series two games to none.

    The Cardinals will play Bernalillo at 4 p.m. Thursday in the 4A quarterfinals; the game will be at Rio Rancho High.

    Also Saturday, West Las Vegas lost game two at Portales, 7-3, and has been eliminated from the tournament.

  • San Miguel County Assessor election questionnaires, June 2018 primary

    Here are the two Democratic Party primary candidates for San Miguel County Assessor in the June 5 primary. Incumbent County Assessor Patricia Gallegos is not running for re-election. No candidates from other parties filed to run for the office. Read the Optic in the weeks ahead to see other primary candidate replies.

     

    CONNIE M. GALLEGOS

    Office Sought: San Miguel County Assessor

  • Having won district, Cardinal golf readies for state

    Led by three all-district selections, the Robertson boys' golf team captured the District 2&3 1A-4A championship this past week in Taos.

    Sam Hillis was honored as Coach of the Year for the district. Noah Gonzalez, Justin L'Esperance and Charlie Hillis earned all-district recognition as well. They, along with teammates Kyle Conway and Leon Lujan, will begin play in the Class 1A-4A state tournament with Sunday's practice round and Monday's tee times starting 8 a.m. at The Canyon Club in Albuquerque.

  • State tennis: Robertson teams both in final four

    Robertson’s quest for a history-making fifth consecutive state championship in girls’ tennis stayed on track Friday morning, as the Lady Cardinals shut out No. 8 seed Raton 9-0, winning six singles and three doubles matches.

    On Saturday morning, the Lady Cards will meet No. 4 Portales, which knocked off No. 5 Bosque 7-2 in another Friday quarterfinal. The other half of the draw pits No. 2 St. Mike’s against No. 3 Mesilla Valley Christian. The Lady Horsemen rode past No. 7 Sandia Prep 8-1 while the Sonblazers edged No. 6 Santa Fe Prep 5-4.