|Ice Cube to perform Highlands Univ. on Nov. 9|
For any longtime fans of a particular legendary rapper, actor and producer, Nov. 9 will be a "Good Day" — in Las Vegas, N.M.
Multiplatinum star Ice Cube will perform at Highlands University’s Wilson Complex Nov. 9.
Tickets are on sale online at www.outhousetickets.com or at the university’s radio station, KEDP, Studio 103, at 901 University Ave.
|College football: Cowboys win wild Homecoming with gutsy call at end|
Go for the tie — or go for the win?
New Mexico Highlands coach Marty Fine and his staff had no hesitation as they faced that situation after scoring a touchdown to cut the South Dakota Mines lead to 52-51 with 40 seconds remaining in the game — go for two and the win.
|Cardinal boys fall behind early in 2-1 loss to Horsemen|
Robertson boys soccer fell behind within the first two minutes of Saturday's District 2-3A match at RHS and ended up losing to visiting St. Michael's, 2-1.
A red card in the 47th minute, with RHS already down 2-0, meant the Cardinals (12-4 overall, 6-2 in District 2-1A/3A) had to play with only 10 men for the final 30-plus minutes of the match, though Musah Dumbia scored on a drive and cross for T.J. Trujillo with about eight minutes left in the contest to make it interesting.
|Dons beat Horsemen for first time since 2003|
West Las Vegas quarterback John Balizan put receiver Omar Gallardo on notice before what turned out to be the Dons' last play of Friday's game.
"I told him, 'If we run this play, you better catch the ball,'" Balizan said. "And he did."
|A Las Vegas staple|
Walk through the doors of Popular Dry Goods and you’re instantly transported back in time. That’s what customers tell Brenda Manning, one of the managers of the longstanding western wear store on Bridge Street.
“You walk in, you smell the leather, and you just step back in time,” she said. “Like with most of these old buildings, that’s what everyone feels.”
|Homeless shelter a dominant topic at meeting|
Residents who live in the areas near Legion Park Elementary School and Memorial Middle School crowded into the Las Vegas City School’s boardroom Thursday night.
The Board of Education took public comment on a proposal by the City of Las Vegas to utilize unused school buildings as a temporary homeless shelter, should the nonprofit homeless shelter Samaritan House need to vacate its current location at 1000 Mills Ave.
|NMHU alum is a decorated teacher|
By Margaret McKinney, N.M. Highlands University