.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's News

  • Debate pits tees against trails

    Parks and Recreation Board meetings are usually quiet affairs.

    Not so Thursday night, when about 150 people showed up to debate proposed improvements to the golf course developed by Andy Staples with the Golf Resource Group, a noted golf course consulting firm specializing in sustainable golf courses.

    The discussion lasted nearly two and half hours.

    At issue were two options that would impact hiking trails along the course. Plan A, with an estimated cost of $6,235,000 and a reduced sustainability plan would address safety issues for the driving range but not the rest of the course. It would impact trails along the perimeter but not as much as Plan B.

  • Some people are very, very ...

    I was driving up Jemez to work and I came to the merge lanes as we approached the light by the guard stations.  
    There was a long line of cars and most everyone was politely merging in alternate style, but the driver to my side just had to get in front of me.  
    The line was moving slowly and there wasn’t anywhere he could really go, but this individual was hell bent on being first.  
    There was no way he way about to follow suit with everyone else and merge in an alternate merge pattern.  
    He had to get ahead, just one more car length ahead.  He just had to!
    But I didn’t get upset.  I understood his reason.

  • Martinez honing her style

    SANTA FE — Gov. Susana Martinez has been in office almost a year now and we’re still not sure who she is. That’s because she still is a work in progress.
    Gary Johnson came into office in 1995 with no gubernatorial or legislative experience and so did Garrey Carruthers in 1987.But Carruthers hired longtime Legislative Finance Committee Director Maralyn Budke as his chief of staff. Budke also had been Gov. David Cargo’s chief of staff. She knew New Mexico government from all sides.
    Gov. Gary Johnson hired David Harris as chief of staff. Like Budke, Harris had headed the Legislative Finance Committee for many years. He also knew state government inside and out. He knew how legislators think and the maneuvers they make.

  • Fishing Report 12-09-11

    Northwest

    Animas River: The flow is 274 cfs. Fishing is good for trout above Cedar Hill using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms. Please respect private property when fishing in this area.

  • Sports Update 12-09-11

    Hockey game will be on KRSN

    KRSN AM 1490 will broadcast tonight’s Los Alamos Hilltopper-Cibola Cougar hockey game.
    The game will start at 8:15 at Los Alamos County Ice Rink. David Sutton and Rick Picard will be on the call live.
    The broadcast will also be streamed on the Internet at krsnam1490.com.

    Women’s Weekend needs sponsors

    K2 Skis and Pajarito Mountain will host the fourth annual K2 Women’s Weekend Feb. 10-12.
    The Women’s Weekend is a not-for-profit event. Proceeds will provide financial assistance for New Mexico residents suffering from breast or cervical cancer. About $10,000 was raised last year.

  • Prep basketball scores 12-09-11

    Boys basketball

    Atrisco Heritage 70, Ruidoso 36
    Bloomfield 55, Bayfield, Colo. 53
    Bosque School 46, Hot Springs 44
    Dora 66, Clayton 51
    Eldorado 67, Española Valley 47
    Hope Christian 87, Rio Rancho 63
    Los Lunas 85, Pojoaque 56
    Piedra Vista 73, Cleveland 70
    Sandia Prep 76, Navajo Prep 16
    Tohajilee 65, Zuni 61

    City of Champions

    Goddard 77, Deming 68
    Mesilla Valley Christian 64, Artesia JV-A 39
    Moriarty 43, Carlsbad 37

    Girl basketball

    Farmington 73, Sandia Prep 46
    Hope Christian 52, Sandia 47
    Las Cruces 71, West Mesa 45
    Magdalena 56, Alamogordo 50
    Miyamura 43, Aztec 23

  • LA nearly pulls off big upset

    ALBUQUERQUE — After a dismal offensive first half, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball team got back into its game against the Sandia Matadors in the second half.
    Los Alamos, which trailed by as many as 11 points with 2:51 remaining in the second quarter, rallied to take a 46-43 lead with just over two minutes remaining in regulation.
    But the Matadors’ Carl Meyer put in a layup bucket with 26.3 seconds left which proved to be the difference in the opening round of the Joe Armijo Invitational. The Matadors prevailed 49-48, putting the Hilltoppers into the loser’s bracket of the tournament, which continues through Saturday at Albuquerque Academy.

  • Toppers thumped by Trojans, 55-33

    ALBUQUERQUE — An impressive run in the third quarter by the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls basketball team wasn’t enough to make up for an impressive run by the Mayfield Trojans in the first half.
    The Hilltoppers took on the Trojans, the defending Class 5A champion, in the first round of the Joe Armijo Invitational Thursday afternoon at Albuquerque Academy. The Trojans’ pressure defense and quick guards proved to be too much for the Hilltoppers, however, as they fell 55-33 and dropped into the loser’s bracket of the tournament.
    Los Alamos fell behind by as many as 25 points early in the third quarter, but a huge third quarter put it back in the ballgame.

  • Cat with 26 toes helps Milwaukee shelter

    Daniel the cat has 26 toes, nearly a world record, and each one is being used to help a Milwaukee shelter gain donations.

  • VIDEO: Va. Tech: Police Officer, 1 Other Killed

    Virginia Tech officials said a police officer and another person were shot and killed on the school's campus Thursday and the university locked down the campus, where 33 people died in 2007.