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It was Denver from start to finish

By Arnie Leshin  The charity stripe was a historically missing piece Thursday night for the visiting Miami Heat, but it mattered little as the 8th-seeded team that rolled into the National Basketball Association finals was no match for the Denver Nuggets.    First the freebies, for Miami it was two …

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Santa Fe National Forest Under Flash Flood Warning

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Warning for the Cerro Pelado burned area within the Santa Fe National Forest. Heavy rainfall will cause extensive and severe flash flooding of creeks, streams, and ditches in the burned area. Other counties within the SFNF are under weather advisories including …

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Firefighters work in tandem with the Pass Fire

Ensuring public and firefighter safety leads the list of objectives for the Pass Fire. This requires a strong commitment from all personnel to work safely and maintain situational awareness at all levels. While the Pass Fire continues to enhance the landscape, firefighters continually assess and monitor the safety aspect of …

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By Arnie Leshin  SUPER REGIONALS —  OKLAHOMA defeats CLEMSON, 9-2, 8-7. FLORIDA STATE defeats GEORGIA, 8-1, 4-2 TENNESSEE defeats TEXAS, 5-2, 9-0. ALABAMA defeats NORTHWESTERN, 1-3, 2-1, 3-2. OKLAHOMA STATE defeats OREGON, 8-1, 9-0 WASHINGTON defeats LOUISIANA, 8-0, 2-0. STANFORD defeats DUKE, 3-1, 9-2. UTAH defeats SAN DIEGO STATE, 3-4, 10-1, …

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Pass Fire continues to help achieve forest health

Firefighters continue to actively monitor the fire and are strategically initiating burnout operations as needed to protect Double Springs Ranch and allotment fences. As the Pass Fire continues its trek across the landscape, firefighters assess specific areas that require pre-treatment to modify the fire’s intensity as it reaches identified values-at-risk. …

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