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Rain forces West Region champion Hawaii and Mid-Atlantic Region champion New Jersey to postpone its United States Bracket in the fifth inning, with undefeated Hawaii leading 6-0

By Arnie Leshin  It was expected that perhaps Mid-Atlantic Region champion New Jersey might be able to challenge  defending champion, Hawaii, the West Region winner,  but it never worked out when only a fifthinning rain delay slowed down the Wailuku East Maui domination.   It was 6-0 Hawaii when the …

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New look Capital High can boast of depth, more size, speed, experience and junior running back Luke Padilla as the main weapon on offense as well as new Nike jerseys with silver numbers

By Arnie Leshin  In his three decades of coaching football, Bill Moon always hesitated when it came to adding freshmen to his varsity roster. Then along came running back Luke Padilla.   “I thought Padilla was something special,” he had said, “and so even though he’s young and lacks experience, …

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Final Update for the Cueva Fire Unless Significant Activity Occurs

By SFNF Following Thursday’s successful firing operations, the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) has concluded all ignitions on the Cueva Fire. No future growth is expected outside the approximately 1,000-acre planning area. For the next several days crews will continue to monitor fire activity within the containment lines and establish …

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Rain, rain went away and it was a full day of games Friday in the 72nd annual International Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Seven games were played, with Virginia, South Korea, Minnesota, Japan, Hawaii, Mexico, New Jersey victorious, as was Curaco Thursday in the only contest played on the rainy, windy opening day

By Arnie Leshin  On Thursday’s day one of the 72nd annual International Little League World Series, only one game was played before the skies emptied and never let up, causing the rest of the schedule to be postponed.   But Friday, it was a switch in weather in Williamsport, Pa., …

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Marco Grajeda named Director of N.M. Border Authority

By NMEDD Marco Grajeda, a public servant with professional and family ties along both sides of the U.S.-Mexico Border, has been appointed to head the New Mexico Border Authority, Economic Development Department Cabinet Secretary Alicia J. Keyes said Friday. Grajeda was born in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico and has lived in …

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Rio Arriba WIC Program Celebrates World Breastfeeding Month

By NMDOH The New Mexico Department of Health’s Española Women, Infants, Children program (WIC), the Northern New Mexico Community College and New Mexico Breastfeeding Task Force will host its annual World Breastfeeding Awareness Event Friday, August 30th at the Northern Community College campus, 921 N. Paseo de Oñate in Española …

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Christus Birth Services

By Christus St Vincent  Life is full of unexpected moments which is why CHRISTUS Health is here as you prepare to give birth. We offer assistance in developing a birth plan that is truly tailored to the experience you would like to have on your delivery day. Every detail before, during, …

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Regional Fire Update

BAER Team Assesses Post-Fire Effects from the Naranjo Fire

By SFNF A Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team is currently assessing post-fire conditions for the Naranjo Fire near Regina, NM, on the Cuba Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest(SFNF). Monsoonal weather patterns are expected to bring heavy rainfall and thunderstorms this week, increasing the threat of localized …

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