Speaker: Plan to bring back UNM soccer ‘not dead yet’

Sports 03/14/19, 14:08

New Mexico House Speaker Brian Egolf says a plan to bring back men's soccer and other recently cut sports at the University of New Mexico is "not dead yet."Egolf said Thursday that lawmakers and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham remain committed to reinstate the sports at the state's largest university despite ...

Ex-New Mexico athletic head charged with fraud, laundering

Sports 02/06/19, 14:10

Former University of New Mexico athletic director Paul Krebs, who left in 2017 amid questions over spending, was charged Wednesday with fraud, money laundering and other felonies, state prosecutors said.The attorney general's office said in a criminal complaint that Krebs used his position "to pursue his private interest by planning ...

Lawmakers want to save university’s soccer, skiing programs

Sports 01/29/19, 14:03

Key Democratic lawmakers are getting behind an effort to force the University of New Mexico to reinstate men's soccer and other sports slated to be slashed.A proposal sponsored by House Speaker Brian Egolf and House Appropriations and Finance Committee chairwoman Patricia Lundstrom would set aside $2 million for the school ...

Second skier dies in aftermath of New Mexico avalanche

U.S. 01/21/19, 21:17

A second person died from injuries sustained in an avalanche last week at a northern New Mexico ski resort, relatives and a hospital official said Monday.The deceased skier was identified by family as 22-year-old Corey Borg-Massanari of Vail, Colorado, who had moved to Colorado from Minnesota to attend college and ...

Hospital CEO: Victim of New Mexico avalanche has died

U.S. 01/18/19, 12:21

A 22-year-old man died after being pulled from snow that crashed down a mountainside during an avalanche at a New Mexico ski resort, a hospital official said.The man, whose name was not released, had been taken to Holy Cross Medical Center in Taos, but CEO Bill Patten said he couldn't ...

Update: Recent UNM grad likes Pearce on economic issues

U.S. 11/06/18, 13:07

The Latest on the midterm election in New Mexico (all times local): 10:05 a.m. A 23-year-old recent University of New Mexico grad says she voted for Republican Steve Pearce for governor largely because of his views on the state's struggling economy and his record as a businessman. Vivianne Gonzalez told The Associated Press ...

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