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Tough to pick-am as Super Bowl 57 nears

By Arnie Leshin  One and one-half point Philadelphia Eagles favorites remain, which makes this an even-up 57th Super Bowl on Sunday in Glendale, Ariz.    Yes, that’s the way the oddsmakers have made their say from the early line until the 4:30 p.m. kickoff. And that’s what makes it one …

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By Arnie Leshin  It was four days before Christmas, a snowy morning at the Clovis Invitational and the Robertson girl’s basketball team was about to taste its first and only defeat, a 54-40 setback to 5A Las Cruces Centennial.   From there, the Cards have sprung together a 17-game winning …

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Reminder for Youth Exhibit Reception!

February 2023 Thanks to the support of our members, museum admission is always free to youth 18 and under. Make a gift to the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and help preserve the cultural heritage of Hispanic New Mexico and its living traditions for years to come. Donate Become a member of …

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Another close setback against Nevada

By Arnie Leshin  If the shot goes off before the red light goes on, it’s the buzzer-beater for visiting Nevada in Tuesday night‘s Mountain West Conference thriller against the University of New Mexico.    And all the drama came after the Lobos took a 76-75 lead with 18 seconds remaining …

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By Arnie Leshin  Sunday’s Super Bowl 57 offers the first two starting Black quarterbacks when the one and one-half point favored Philadelphia Eagles face the Kansas City Chiefs.   For the National Conference champion Eagles, it’s Jalen Hurts who has done a masterful job after replacing Carson Wentz, and he has …

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It’s nearing Super Bowl time

By Arnie Leshin  Both Super Bowl teams tried to resort to their own ways to announce they have landed. The American Conference champion Kansas City Chiefs,  landed first on Monday at Phoenix’ Goldwater Air National Guard Base, and with quarterback Patrick Mahomes calling the signals, the pilot hung a “Chuck …

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