Las Vegas Senior Center Parking-Lot Entrance Closure Begins Feb 22, 2024: Local Residents Advised to Use New Mexico Ave
The Las Vegas Senior Center's parking-lot entrance at Sabino Street will be closed for construction starting February 22, 2024. Pacheco Construction is in charge of the parking-lot installation. The closure will last indefinitely, but the Senior Center will stay open.
Cardinals Dominate Tigers to Take Home Three Marks in the Win Column
The Tigers hosted the Cardinals from Robertson Tuesday evening February 20, for a district matchup that would prove to much for the Tigers as Robertson simply dominated and took home the wins. In the C-team game the Robertson defense held Raton to single digit scoring through out the game as...
Las Vegas, February 20 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The St. Michael's High School basketball team will have a game with West Las Vegas High School on February 20, 2024, 17:00:00 CST.
⚾ Tigers sweep Cowboys, run win streak to nine
HAYS, Kan. - A combined 22 strikeouts compared to just two walks from four Tiger pitchers helped the Fort Hays State baseball team to another doubleheader sweep Sunday afternoon, propelling FHSU to a series sweep against New Mexico Highlands. The Tigers (10-2) pushed their winning streak to nine in a row, while the Cowboys are now 0-12 to start the season.
⚾ Tigers sweep New Mexico Highlands in home opener
HAYS, Kan. - The Fort Hays State baseball team extended its winning streak to seven games after sweeping a doubleheader against New Mexico Highlands Saturday at Larks Park. The Tigers are now 8-2 on the season, their best 10-game start since winning nine of their first 10 to open the 2010 season. The Cowboys dip to 0-10 on the year.
Eagles rally to force overtime, but fall to Cowboys
CHADRON, Neb. -- The Chadron State College men's basketball team, which during the past two years has treated its fans to many more wins than they had become accustomed to during the past two decades, gave it their best shot to pull off what would have been a rousing victory Friday night in the Chicoine Center, but the outcome was a heart-breaker to both the Eagles and their fans.
Santa Fe Community Foundation invites applications for spring 2024 cycle
The Santa Fe Community Foundation aims to inspire philanthropic generosity, strengthen nonprofits, and foster positive change to build a more vibrant, healthy, and resilient region. The foundation invites applications for its spring 2024 grant cycle. During this cycle, the foundation welcomes proposals from organizations serving Santa Fe, Mora, Rio Arriba,...
Shay's huge night can't power Eagles past NM Highlands despite comeback effort
Ashayla Powers scored 25 points and added 12 rebounds but it wasn't enough for the Chadron State women's basketball team against New Mexico Highlands Friday night, falling 71-66 in the Chicoine Center. The Eagles outscored their opponents 15-9 in the first quarter while shooting 42.86 percent (6-14) from the field....
Las Vegas Cafe Scene: 5 Unforgettable Stops for Coffee Enthusiasts
In this article, we will be exploring five exceptional cafés in Las Vegas. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of these yet? If so, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below.
Las Vegas, February 17 High School 🏀 Game Notice
There are 2 high school 🏀 games in Las Vegas. The Santa Fe Preparatory School basketball team will have a game with West Las Vegas High School on February 17, 2024, 15:00:00 CST.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.52 and $2.69 in Las Vegas as of 2024-02-14. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.256, a week ago the price is $3.148 , according to AAA.
Basketball Game Recap: Raton Tigers vs. West Las Vegas Dons
The Raton Tigers's recent rough patch got a bit rougher on Tuesday after their eighth straight defeat. They took a 55-42 hit to the loss column at the hands of West Las Vegas. Raton has not had much luck with West Las Vegas recently, as the team's come up short the last three times they've met.
Charlie’s Spic & Span Bakery & Café | Las Vegas
Las Vegas is a close-knit, family oriented community. Charlie’s Spic & Span Bakery and Café has been a revered local establishment since the 1950s, dubbed the “meeting, eating, greeting place of Las Vegas.” They offer delicious northern New Mexican cuisine in an old school diner environment, with the added perks of a tortilla machine cranking out hot, fresh tortilla and a well-stocked bakery case of sweet and savory temptation. Charlie’s serves generous portions of consistently high quality food at an affordable price. When I say generous portions, I mean prepare to share or take-out leftovers for later.
Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Offices Closed Presidents Day
SANTA FE — The Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Claims offices in Las Vegas, Mora and Santa Fe and the Helpline will be closed Monday, Feb. 19, in observance of Presidents Day. The public may leave a voice message on the Helpline at 505.995.7133 and those calls will be returned during regular hours of operation Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Women’s basketball: Lobos cruise to a win against San José State
The women's basketball team took care of business against the San José State Spartans as they blew them out 72-51 on Wednesday, Feb. 14. The Lobos remain in third place in the Mountain West conference with five games left of the regular season. Last time these two teams met...
People Impacted By Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire Highly Encouraged To File Claim For Flood Insurance By March 1, 2024
SANTA FE — People impacted by the Hermit’s Peak/Calf Canyon Fire are highly encouraged to submit claims for flood insurance by March 1 and no later than April 1. There is a 30-day mandatory waiting period for all new National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policies. Submitting a claim for flood insurance coverage by March 1 will help ensure coverage goes into effect before snowmelt and monsoon season begin.
Las Vegas City Hall Temporarily Closes for Safety Reasons: Here's What Residents Need to Know
City Manager Tim Montgomery has announced the temporary shutdown of Las Vegas City Hall at 1700 North Grand Avenue. This decision came after an environmental study of the building. Staff were notified and vacated the premises by 11:00 am today.
Knight Long Announces Commitment to Play Football at New Mexico Highlands University
Knight Long, a 5' 6' SR, CB in the 2024 Class from Grants High School, has committed to play college football at New Mexico Highlands University. Head Coach Steve Brown, had this to say about Long's recruitment to New Mexico Highlands University, 'I'm super excited for Knight and our program! This is huge for us! I'm hoping that our younger and any other athletes in our program see this and realize that with hard work and dedication to team, that they have an opportunity to continue their education and playing the game they love after high school! Knight worked hard throughout his High School Career and now gets to reap the benefits. However, the real work starts now for him as he will be a member of an extremely competitive program at NMHU. I want to personally thank Coach Ron Hudson and all of the coaching staff at New Mexico Highlands University for looking our way and giving our kids a chance to follow their dreams! I expect big things from Knight in college both on and off the field and can't wait to see what he does out there. He is now and will be a Pirate for Life but now he gets to add Cowboy to that list!'
We’re Number One! (in Emergency Room Visits Due to Amphetamine Overdose)
We’re Number One! (in Emergency Room Visits Due to Amphetamine Overdose) But there’s hope if our legislators provide adequate counselling resources. Like many counties in New Mexico, Cibola County deals with lives negatively impacted by drug use and drug dependency. Unfortunately, our county is far more affected by Amphetamine use than most: with 44.9 Emergency Room visits per 100,000 people, Cibola County has four times the New Mexico average number of overdose issues, with the state average being 10.1.
State welcomes Hotshot Crew Leaders
SANTA FE – The Energy Minerals and Natural Resources Department’s Forestry Division is pleased to welcome two new superintendents, Candice Kutrosky and Christopher Moore, who will lead the Eagle Peak and Pecos River hotshot wildfire crews. Based in Socorro and Las Vegas, respectively, these seasoned, dynamic crew leaders will bring a wealth of experience as they supervise the formation of New Mexico’s first-ever, full-time wildfire response crews.