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SFNF Implements Joaquin Piles Prescribed Burn

By SFNF Fire managers on the Jemez Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) are taking advantage of favorable conditions, including snow pack, fuel moisture levels, air quality, wind and weather forecasts, to burn piles of woody debris on the previously announced Joaquin project area this week. Ignitions …

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Something new for the UConn women’s basketball team in Thuhrsday night’s tough 92-78 win at Seton Hall, and it was called depth for a program in recent years that has not called on its bench, has not gone deep, but this time credit the play off the bench of freshmen Audrey Griffin and Anna Makurat and senior Molly Bent to get it past the fired-up Pirates

By Arnie Leshin  Depth, lack of depth, not much bench help. Geno Auriemma mentions it sometimes, but most times, you’ll see his UConn women’s basketball team with maybe 6-7 players at his disposal. He has to worry about foul trouble, injuries, lack of experience, being out sized, and playing their butts …

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It’s down to the weekend that decides the college Division 1 Final Four, with undefeated LSU, Ohio State and Clemson sure things and Georgia, Utah and Oklahoma seeking the fourth and final spot when the SEC, Big 10, ACC, PAC 12 and Big 12 conference championships kick off Friday and Saturday

By Arnie Leshin  Jalen Hurts, who transferred from Alabama to Oklahoma for his eligible fifth year, returns to A T & T Stadium in Arlington, Tex., which is sometimes referred to as Jerry Jones Palace and where then-freshman Hurts, in 2015, played his first game as the Crimson Tide’s starting …

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Eagle Nest Lake State Park Closed to Boating

By EMNRD Eagle Nest Lake is closed to boating and ice-fishing due to recent weather conditions that have led to unsafe lake conditions. The lake is currently closed to all watercraft including canoes, kayaks, inflatables, and all types of motorboats. A layer of ice has formed over portions of the …

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Please Gift Responsibly

By New Mexico Lottery It is a season of giving and the New Mexico Lottery reminds players to please gift responsibly. Every year, the New Mexico Lottery offers special Holiday-themed games. And every year, many players find they are the perfect gift to add to a stocking, use as a …

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Michigan, under new head coach and former Wolverine Fab Five player Juwan Howard, went from unranked to No. 4 in the national collegiate poll, with top-ranked Louisville ahead of them Tuesday night at the Cardinals’ court, with both at 7-0′

By Arnie Leshin  Michigan hiring former Fab Five JuwanHoward as its head basketball coach has certainly hit the spot, which is now as the No. 4 ranked team in the college polls released Monday. This, after winning its first four starts and unranked heading into the tough Battle for Atlantis …

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Fishing and stocking report

By NM Game and Fish Catches of the week Navajo Lake: Glenn Patrick Mares, age 10, and his family of El Rancho caught 16 kokanee salmon using snagging hooks Dec. 1. Tiger Pond: Adan Shockey, age 10, of Flora Vista caught a 22-inch rainbow trout using PowerBait Nov. 30. The …

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