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Another heavy college football weekend

By Arnie Leshin  If you are looking for the usual interesting college football games this weekend, check out all four corners. And do head for the Far West where it’s the battle of the unblemished when PAC-12, No. 7, Oregon and PAC-12, No. 6, Washington bring 5-0 overall records to …

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God‘s Encouraging Word of the day

“My old self has been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.” Galatians 2:20 Surrendering to God is showing complete …

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The war in Israel has now escalated into a multi-pronged attack. Now reportedly, missiles and mortars have been fired from within Lebanon (in the north) and Syria (in the east) – all with Iran’s backing. The Red Alert app has been going off all week. Over 4,500 jihadist rockets have …

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By Arnie Leshin  St. Michael’s young and rising 8th-grader Chloe Griego served notice again in running off with the girls John Grimsley Memorial Invitational varsity 5,000 meters race Saturday over the course at Santa Fe Indian School.  One of three 8th-grade girls in the annual event dedicated to the late …

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Valley of the Spirit Ranch

The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of a private land parcel in the Jemez River Valley known as the Valley of the Spirit Ranch. Nestled between spires of volcanic tuff and red rock mesas, this property surrounds the Village of Jemez Springs and …

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