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USA’s Danielle Collins, ranked in the low 100s, the surprise of the Australian Tennis Open as she made her way into the Wednesday semifinals by stunning three seeded players

By Arnie Leshin  It was late afternoon in Australia and approaching 1:30 in the morning in my living room. In my almost 50 years of covering tennis, the last time I was up so late at a tennis match was when Jimmy Connors went about four hours before disposing of …

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Governor Lujan Grisham Announces Additional Cabinet Appointments

By The State of New Mexico  SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced additional cabinet appointments Tuesday. The governor announced the following appointees: –Stephanie Schardin Clarke: Taxation and Revenue Department –Lynn A. Trujillo: Department of Indian Affairs “Stephanie and Lynn bring incredible experience and vision to our administration,” Gov. …

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Udall Joins Democratic Efforts to End President Trump’s Shutdown

By Tom Udall Press Office U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) joined his Democratic colleagues in taking to the Senate floor to demand “unanimous consent” to take up the bipartisan appropriations bills passed by the House to reopen the federal government. Republican Leader Mitch McConnell blocked Senate Democrats’ efforts despite the fact that tomorrow, thousands of federal …

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Twas not yet Christmas, but it was a weekend for hoops, with tournaments and non-district games filling the basketball courts

By Arnie Leshin St. Michael’s boys were shorthanded, even their head coach wasn’t around, although David Rodriguez did show up before Saturday’s 84-32 romp over Socorro in a non-district basketball at the Horsemen’s court. To start with Rodriguez, he had missed more of the week while taking part in a …

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Key district test for St. Michael’s as it heads for Raton Friday night while Robertson is at West Las Vegas in the regular-season football finale

By Arnie Leshin  Back when present assistant coach Brock Walton was Raton’s head football coach, and from 2007-2010, the Tigers had some classic games against St. Michael’s. After that the Raton enrollment went down and it was no longer on the Horsemen’s schedule. But until the 2008 game at St. …

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