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Back to school for parents

By Family Policy Alliance As COVID has once again brought school home for many students, some parents may be surprised at the content their children are learning. It may be overly sexualized or otherwise objectionable, it may present radical viewpoints as fact, or it might be used by a teacher …

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Holiday Wishes from BGC Santa Fe/Del Norte!

By Boys and Girls Club Throughout this holiday season, and as we move into a new (and hopefully better) year, we wish you peace amid the difficulties; connections with family and friends even if they can’t be in person; the warmth of memories from holidays past; and, glimpses of the …

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Stand firm in Christ Jesus

“Therefore let him who thinks he stands take heed lest he fall” 1 Corinthian‘s 10:12   Some men think that being a man means bench-pressing 300 pounds, dunking a basketball, or killing a bear with your own hands. Godly men admit their own weaknesses and are strong in the Spirit. Jesus does not …

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Sugarite Canyon State Park Open to Ice Fishing

By NM State Parks Ice fishing is a great way to spend time outdoors during the winter months. The Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources State Parks Division announces Lake Maloya and Lake Alice at Sugarite Canyon State Park near Raton are now open for ice fishing.  Recent cold weather has …

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God‘s encouraging word of the day

“For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that no one may boast.” Ephesians‬ ‭2:8-9‬ We walk out our relationship with God and His plans for our lives the same …

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By Arnie Leshin  It was the second time around for Oklahoma and Clemson, and both responded with conference championships Saturday after the streaking 10th-ranked Sooners avenged the early-season loss at 6th-ranked Iowa State, and the 3rd-ranked Tigers did the same by handily turning back the 2nd-ranked, unbeaten Notre Dame this …

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