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Today's News

  • Shirley Raye Redmond talks about the dirty dozen

    As a full time writer and author of many books for both adults and children, Shirley Raye Redmond says that she is, “… constantly amazed at the uninformed and sometimes amusing ideas people have regarding writing for publication.”
    In her talk for the Authors Speak Series at 7 p.m. Sept. 23 in the upstairs rotunda of the Mesa Public Library, she will “myth bust” the 12 most prevalent in an informative and entertaining presentation.

  • 09-15-10 Thank you letters

    Home Tour a Big Success

    Family Strengths Network wishes to thank the community for a very successful fundraising event, the Los Alamos Home Tour 2010.
     First we’d like to thank the six homeowners who donated the use of their homes, Jim and Kate O’Donnell, Rob Eaton, Aimee Hungerford and Chris Fryer, Jackie and Leonard Beebe, Sally and Joe Fitzgibbon and John and Minji Park.

  • Hispanic lawmakers bolster immigration reform push

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hispanic lawmakers are trying to bolster Democrats' efforts on immigration reform going into the fall elections with a three-part strategy that starts with a meeting at the White House.

    New Jersey Democratic Sen. Bob Menendez, Illinois Democratic Rep. Luis Gutierrez and Congressional Hispanic Caucus chairwoman Nydia Velasquez of New York will meet with Obama Thursday on immigration.

  • Sports Update 09-15-10

    McCloskey ties for 30th at NM Senior Open

  • Girls soccer:LA falls to La Cueva on road

    Like its last trip to the Albuquerque metro area for a game against a tough Class 5A squad, the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls soccer team lost the contest 5-1.
    Tuesday, the Hilltoppers took on the La Cueva Bears, the No. 4 squad in Class 5A according to the most recent NMSoccer.com coaches’ poll.
    Los Alamos, which entered Tuesday’s game having lost two of three contests this weekend at Albuquerque Academy’s Invitational tournament, took another big loss to a tough big school. It fell by the same score Sept. 2 on the road at Rio Rancho.

  • Boys soccer: LA topped by La Cueva, 4-0

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys soccer team was routed at home by the La Cueva Bears Tuesday.
    The Bears, an elite squad from Class 5A, knocked off the Hilltoppers 4-0 at Sullivan Field.
    La Cueva (7-0) is the top-ranked club in Class 5A this week and is the defending Class 5A champion two years running.

  • Tropical storm Karl hits Yucatan

    CANCUN, Mexico (AP) — A strong Tropical Storm Karl made landfall on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Wednesday, hitting a sparsely populated stretch of Caribbean coast, while two Category 4 hurricanes roared further out in the Atlantic.

    Karl made landfall about 30 miles (50 kilometers) up the coast from the Quintana Roo state capital of Chetumal, with winds of about 63 to 65 mph (100 kph), according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami.

  • Volleyball: Lobos top Aggies 3-2

    ALBUQUERQUE —  It's probably too soon to say the volleyball tide has shifted in the Rio Grande Rivalry between New Mexico Lobos and New Mexico State Aggies, but

    the Lobos have the bragging rights for the second straight season.

    The Lobos rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to dominate the fourth and fifth games Tuesday night at Johnson Center for a 3-2 win.

  • Football: Bush forfeits Heisman Trophy

    NEW YORK (AP) — Reggie Bush is giving back the trophy. To many, though, he'll always be a Heisman winner.

    "Everyone still knows Reggie Bush was the best player that year. Look at the runs. He was clearly the best player," said Johnny Rodgers, the 1972 Heisman winner from Nebraska. "O.J. Simpson got accused of a murder and they didn't take his back. That was a far greater allegation, and they didn't find O.J. guilty on that."

  • Stocks open lower after weak manufacturing report

    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are opening on a down note as a rally that drove the market sharply higher in September seems to be running out of gas.

    Economic news out Wednesday darkened the mood on the stock market. Manufacturing activity in New York slowed this month and came in below analysts' expectations. That disappointed investors who had become accustomed to seeing steady increases in activity at U.S. factories.