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Today's News

  • Today in History for May 14th
  • Arizona Wildfire Chars 2,500 Acres

    Hotshot crews, air tankers and helicopters are battling wildfires in Arizona. The Sunflower blaze in the Tonto National Forest has charred about 2,500 acres, since it was spotted Saturday morning.

  • VIDEO: Today in History for May 13th
  • LA Girls Win 4th Straight State Title

    ALBUQUERQUE — The fourth time might have been the charm.
    It went down to the wire at the Class 4A state championship meet this weekend, but the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls clinched their fourth consecutive state title.
    Los Alamos needed virtually every bit of the top performances from its top athletes at the 4A state meet, held at the University of New Mexico Track and Field Complex, to earn its fourth title in a row. The Hilltoppers grabbed 78 points, just holding onto the top spot and fending off a stout charge from the Aztec Tigers.

  • Andrew and Mousie 05-13-12
  • James Dean’s legend lives on

    “That guy’s got to stop. He’ll see us.” Those were the last words spoken by 1950s actor James Dean, before his Porsche Spyder racecar collided with an oncoming car, killing him instantly. 

    Throughout the years, Dean has acquired a large fan base due to his rebellious persona and carefree life, even though he starred in only three major films, in a professional acting career that lasted only four years. 

  • Etiquette is still important

    In today’s less formal society and the ever-changing ways we communicate with each other, one can often forget that manners and etiquette should still be practiced. 

    Sure, today’s teens may not be as well-trained in etiquette as those raised in the 1950s,  but what I find shocking is that too many adults don’t use the manners they were taught as children. 

  • Word on the Street

    Teen Pulse staff member Ada Ciuca asked students, “What are you most looking forward to for senior week?”

  • Safety in science class: A wake-up call

    Sometimes the best way to learn about science is  through labs. These scientific experiments conducted during class typically reinforce a lesson that students recently learned. 

    With labs comes safety, and during the first week of school every year, for each science class, students watch videos that teach them the proper precautions they must take to keep them and their classmates safe. 

  • Mother's Day letters

    Editor’s note: In observance of Mother’s Day, students from Kati Steinberg’s second grade class at Piñon Elementary wrote letters, explaining why their moms are special.