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The New England Patriots turned back the visiting Kansas City Chiefs with an overtime field goal, and a fan sprayed beer all over KC running back Tyreke Hill after he scored a touchdown

By Arnie Leshin  Under cloudy skies with a chill in the air, it was quite a night for New England Patriots fans at Gillette Stadium Sunday night. This doesn’t include all fans of the Pats. They had nothing to do with their team getting away with not a penalty called, …

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By Bobby Lee Trujillo  The 3rd Quarter of 2018 showed significant gains as average home prices rose by 6.4% from the third quarter of last year. Overall, the number of city and county home sales saw an increase of 1.6% in units quarter-over-quarter, and 7.6% year to date. The number of closed sales …

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Candy Craze – The Struggle is Real!

By Laura McCann Every year it starts in October – first there’s the Halloween candy, then there’s Thanksgiving with all of the pies, then comes Christmas with cookies galore! Do you get frustrated with all the added sugar your kids are eating? Do you struggle with the temptation of sweets …

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St. Michael’s boy’s soccer team on a roll under head coach Mike Feldewert, are 11-5-1 overall, on top the new District 2-A/3A standings at 6-1, and will play at Albuquerue Bosque School Tuesday

By Arnie Leshin  There have been some rough roads along the way, but right now St. Michael’s boy’s soccer team is on the right path. Under fourth-year head coach Mike Feldewert, the Horsemen are 11-5-1 overall and 6-1 in the new District 2-A/3A that includes the likes of 18 state-champion …

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