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Lego League: the Evaporators 12629 are heading to state

The Evaporators 12629 are heading to state! Evaporators 12629, the name of Hobbs' FIRST Lego League (FLL) robotics team, won its spot in state competition against 24 other teams during a FLL qualifier last weekend in at Las Cruces Onate High School. The team won first place in two categories, robot


Four Hobbs city commissioner seat and judge up for March election

Hobbs residents will be voting for four city commissioners and a municipal judge in the upcoming municipal election planned in March. Commissioners Cynthia Calderon, District 2, and Joe Calderon, District 4, plan to run for reelection, Commissioner Don Gerth, District 6, has not officially announced

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2017-11-24 17:50:08

Ralph Tasker Arena in the midst of a facelift

Ralph Tasker Arena is in the midst of a facelift as the high school basketball season tips off. A coat of "Tasker Gold" paint here, a video message board there and a good cleaning of the 17 boys and one girls state championship trophies that reside in the trophy cases at the front of the arena are j

HOBBS NEWS-SUN - 2017-11-23 18:00:01

2006 Eunice murder featured on Oxygen Network

Those flipping through the TV channels Sunday night might have stumbled upon a familiar Eunice face on the Oxygen Network. Jimmie Jones, Eunice Police chief, was on the newest episode of Criminal Confessions, which featured the story of the homicide of Darrell Blagg, 40, of Eunice, on Aug. 11, 2006.


Santa In Belmont; New Storm Drain Program: City Manager Reports

BELMONT, CA - Want to catch up with the latest happenings in government within the city of Belmont? Here's a great place to start. The Sept. 1 Weekly Update from the City Manager is posted to the City's webpage and can be viewed here.Below is what you can expect to find: HighlightsCity Hall Holiday

PATCH - 2017-11-24 21:14:59

Man Left For Dead In Shooting Near Facebook HQ

Police say the man is a transient who lives in a nearby marsh and that the suspect may also be a transient from the area. (breaking) MENLO PARK, CA - Menlo Park officers searching for whomever shot a transient in town and left him for dead on nearby railroad tracks, police report. The shooting, whic

PATCH - 2017-11-24 20:57:13

Wish Book: JobTrain teaches skills and changes lives

MENLO PARK - From the beginning, the cards were stacked against Alexandra Pollich. Her German-born father was deported for illegal business dealings when she was 7 years old. Her mother, who had never worked, turned to drugs to cope and the family bounced between homeless shelters and hotel rooms, n

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS - 2017-11-24 15:00:09

'Giving Tree': Help Your Peninsula Neighbors This Holiday Season

The drive aims to collect 200 new coats for kids, 100 gifts for seniors and parents and $2,000 in mall gift cards. From San Mateo Samaritan House:San Mateo's Samaritan House is poised to serve more than 2,500 children and 800 adults over the holidays through this year's Giving Tree and Holiday Toy

PATCH - 2017-11-24 15:00:00

Draft EIR Released for U.S. 101 Managed Lanes Project

The project aims to "provide continuous managed lanes in the northbound and southbound directions of US 101" in SMC. From Caltrans: The San Mateo County Transportation Authority, along with Caltrans and the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County (C/CAG), released a Draft Environ

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:30:47

Agile Stacks eliminates tech expertise need

In a world where websites can be launched with a few clicks and marketing campaigns can be analyzed in seconds, the barriers to starting a business might have never seemed so low. Having spent the last 30 years as a technology entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, San Mateo resident John Mathon knows well

SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

New housing on school site moves ahead

An effort to build housing at Skyline College moved ahead as the San Bruno Planning Commission unanimously approved the local community college's proposal. Commissioners voted in favor of recommending the construction of 70 housing units at 3300 College Drive, some of which will be reserved for San

SAN MATEO DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 12:59:00

Holiday sale benefits state parks

SANTA CRUZ - Friends of Santa Cruz State Parks will host its annual ParkStore Holiday Sale Dec. 1-3 at four ParkStore locations at state parks and beaches in Santa Cruz and Aptos. The Holiday Sale begins with a preview event at Natural Bridges State Beach from 4-7 p.m. on Dec. 1. The sale will conti

REGISTER-PAJARONIAN.COM - 2017-11-25 01:41:17

Officer who ejected smoking Alabama fan from Bryant-Denny did nothing wrong, police say

A woman was escorted out of Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturday after she refused to extinguish her cigarette in front of a police officer. (Barstool Alabama video) Tuscaloosa police say an officer who removed a cigarette-smoking Alabama fan from the football stadium did nothing wrong. The Tuscaloosa

AL.COM - 2017-11-25 01:54:16

Y's Men's Club begins annual Christmas tree sale

A Tuscaloosa Christmas holiday fixture is back. The Tuscaloosa YMCA Men's Club on Friday began its annual Christmas tree sale at the old Fire College lot off McFarland Boulevard by University Mall and Snow Hinton Park. The sale will continue through the December holiday. Prices range from $40 to $25

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-25 01:09:34

New restaurant specializes in Vietnamese cuisine

A restaurant that owners say is the first and only option for Vietnamese cuisine in Tuscaloosa has opened in Midtown Village. Annie Tran and her husband are one of three couples who partnered up to open, own and operate Pho Town. "It's a partnership between three friends," Tran said. "We decided to

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 22:49:21

Annual Thanksgiving meal brings in large crowd

For the eighth Thanksgiving in a row, Chuck's Fish feasted with rich and poor alike, those without means, those lacking families to share the day with, those who'd simply rather not cook and clean at home, and more who come for the warmth of the Tuscaloosa tradition, to dine amongst a diverse cross-

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

FRESH AND LOCAL: November 22 | What's at the farmers markets this week

Local items available at the farmers markets this week: Beef Broccoli Collards Dog treats Eggs Honey Kale Lettuce Mustard greens Okra Oranges Peanuts Peas Pork Pumpkins Sweet potatoes Tomatoes Turnip greens Baked goods, variety of fresh frozen vegetables, homemade ice cream, fresh


UA students provide Thanksgiving meals for soup bowl

In what's become a family holiday ritual, University of Alabama senior Juan Carrasquilla helped deliver pans of food donated by fellow students to the East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl for the nonprofit's annual Thanksgiving meal. "It is amazing that it is the fifth year already. I have been reall

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Donor milk will benefit premature infants

The DCH Health System has launched a donor breast milk program that will benefit premature infants in the neonatal intensive care units at DCH Regional Medical Center and Northport Medical Center. "This is an easy and safe outlet for mothers to donate their unused breast milk to babies who need it t


Dance coach is a UA fixture

As the daughter of University of Alabama employees, former Crimsonette Brandi Freeman grew up in the Crimson Tide heartland watching football on Saturdays. "We were huge Bama fans," she said. In Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturdays, her father would hand her his binoculars to look at the field. "Being