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N.M. teens to watch DWI Court in school

By NMDOT Junior- and senior-year students at Santa Fe High School on Friday will observe the real-life consequences of driving while intoxicated as part of the New Mexico Department of Transportation’s Impaired Driving and Enforcement Division’s “Courts to Schools” program. The program is administered by the state Office of the …

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Registration Still Open for the 2019 Southwest Veterans Business Conference FREE for Entrepreneurial-Minded Veterans, National Guard/Reserve/Transitioning Active-Duty Service Members…and Their Spouse/a Guest

BY DVS Registration is still open for the 2019 Southwest Veterans Business Conference in Albuquerque on November 4-5 from 8am-4pm on both days at the Albuquerque Marriott Hotel (2101 Louisiana Blvd. NE).   The free conference is for entrepreneurial-minded military veterans, National Guard/Reserve component members, and transitioning active-duty personnel…and their …

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Ranney Smith sisters come away with a goal apiece as visiting St. Michael’s played a 2-2 double overtime girl’s District 2-3A match at Albuquerque Bosque School’s Wood Field

By Arnie Leshin  A goal each from the Smith sisters, 8th grader Elsa, and senior Daisy, and a tremendous goal save by freshman Logan Hunt brought visiting St. Michael’s a 2-2 deadlock in two District 2-3A scoreless overtimes Tuesday afternoon at Wood Field.   With two regular-season games to go, …

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Academy of Technology and The Classic girls deny Los Alamos of a sweep as they placed first in the 3.1-mile varsity race at Saturday’s Northern New Mexico Cross Country Challenge

By Arnie Leshin  The Academy of Technology and The Classics girls made sure that Los Alamos wasn’t going to sweep the four 3.1-mile races Saturday over the Pueblo of Pojoaque Wellness Center.   The Hilltoppers ran off with all but the girl’s varsity team championship that went to the Phoenix, …

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Santa Fe Indian School junior Christopher Humetewa making a run for the state 3A boy’s cross country championship, with his next stop at Saturday’s Rio Rancho Jamboree

By Arnie Leshin  When Michael Tenorio won the state 4A cross country championship his senior year at Santa Fe Indian School, Christopher Humetewa was a freshman and Braves’ head coach Joe Calabaza was already thinking ahead.   “Oh yeah,” said Calabaza at the time, “he could be a good one, …

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It took a long, long time, but the nation’s capitol finally lands a team again in the World Series after the Washington Nationals finished off the St. Louis Cardinals in four games Tuesday night

By Arnie Leshin  Maybe the Cardinals were fortunate that the sweep occurred on the road, and  the Washington Nationals realized that there they were, at home in the nation’s capitol and wrapping up the franchise’s first trip to the World Series since losing it in over eight decades.     …

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Weekly fishing and stocking report

By New Mexico game and fish Catches of the week Caballo Lake: Dmitri Hewitt, age 3, of Las Cruces caught an approximately 18-inch carp using nightcrawlers Oct. 13. Charlie Lujan of Mesquite caught a 17-inch largemouth bass bank fishing using a yellow and red crank bait Oct. 8. Eagle Nest Lake: …

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