Today's News

  • Palabras Pintorescas: Gov. Cargo’s impact on Mora county

    New Mexico has lost a true friend recently. I have known David Cargo for a long time, and those of us who knew him well will never forget him. I can assure you of that.

  • Another Perspective - Commemorating the Feast of Corpus Christi

    The Immaculate Conception Church celebrated the Feast of Corpus Christi on June 2 with a procession. This feast commemorates the belief shared by all Catholics that Christ is truly present for us in the Eucharist as the Lord’s body and blood.

  • Thumbs Our high country lowdown on the news - July 19, 2013


  • Editorial Cartoon - July 19, 2013
  • Nuestra Historia: New Town tranquil until Tom Truder

    We return to the rocky road to consolidation of East and West Las Vegas, which we began some weeks ago, but interrupted with a fiestas column and to remember Gov. David Cargo. The consolidation series was introduced with a photograph of East and West mayors Ben Lingnau and Chief Gonzales burying the hatchet at the bridge the night of Feb. 27, 1968, when voters on both sides of the Gallinas approved the public referendum merging the two towns.

  • Another Perspective - Free summer meals around the corner

    Children need access to healthy food all year long because good nutrition provides the sound foundation they need to learn, grow and thrive. As USDA’s under secretary for food, nutrition and consumer services, it pleases me to say that during the regular school year, America’s schoolchildren can depend on the science-based nutrition provided by National School Lunch Program meals and the healthy choices now available at school. But when school is out during the summer months, it’s another story. Many kids don’t have access to even one nutritious meal a day.

  • LV juniors win state softball title

    Las Vegas’ 13-14 All-Star softball team earned a state championship on Wednesday, emerging victorious from a 22-19 shootout with Silver City.

    The showdown took place at Isleta Little League’s complex.

    Las Vegas had to battle back through the loser’s bracket after sustaining a one-run loss to those same Silver City All-Stars on Saturday, July 13.

    The team won twice on Sunday and then took down Gallup on Monday to complete its run through the playback bracket.

  • Roswell locks up South

    With a nine-game lead and just 10 games remaining in the regular season, the Roswell Invaders have virtually locked up the Pecos League’s South Division title — and hosting rights in the first round of the upcoming postseason tournament.

    Roswell has been the league’s most consistently dominant club all summer. The Invaders are 45-15 overall as of early Thursday. They’ll host the Alpine (Texas) Cowboys, which at 36-24 has secured the other playoff spot in the South.

  • ‘Topes honor four Hall of Famers

    By Laura Verillo
    Albuquerque Isotopes

    Four men influential to the success of baseball in the Duke City will be inducted into the Albuquerque Professional Baseball Hall of Fame on Saturday as outfielder Billy Ashley and pitchers Charlie Hough, Steve Lagomarsino, and Geoff Zahn will make up the 2013 class.

    The four were elected by the Albuquerque Professional Baseball Hall of Fame committee, consisting of baseball history experts throughout the city of Albuquerque.

  • Go Fish - July 19, 2013

    FISHING REPORT, July 16  

    Charette Lakes: Due to low water levels only small boats are being launched here. Trout fishing was good this past week for anglers using Power Bait and fishing the north side and the Texas Point area.
    Cimarron River: Water flow below Eagle Nest on Monday was 19 cfs. Trout fishing was good using small stimulators, red bead-head San Juan worms, salmon eggs and worms. Fishing at the Gravel Pit Lakes was good using salmon eggs, Power Bait and Pistol Petes.