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What will 2020 bring to you?

By SECU I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season and are enjoying a renewed sense of purpose as 2020 gets underway. I always feel a great surge of energy and optimism at this time of year, and believe it is an ideal time to prioritize personal financial goals. …

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Weekly basketball schedule

WEDNESDAY:   Jan. 29 GIRLS BASKETBALL —   Albuquerque Manazno at Santa Fe High, 7 p.m.                                            Albuquerque Sandia at Capital, 7 p.m.                   …

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Weekly fishing and stocking report

By NM Game and Fish Catches of the week Alto Lake: Israel Martinez, Paisley Martinez and the Parker boys of Odessa, Texas caught their limit of rainbow trout using garlic PowerBait Jan. 25. Bottomless Lakes: Gilbert and Tanya Rodriguez, of El Paseo, caught and released 32 rainbow trout using salmon …

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Bad Saturday night in Reno for University of New Mexico men’s basketball, facing former head coach Steve Alford’s non conference Nevada team and departing with a 96-74 whipping in the reunion of coaches

By Arnie Leshin  What began with a number of lead changes and a tight opening half ended with the age-old, what goes around comes around. And that’s just what head coach Steve Alford had in store for his Nevada men’s basketball team when familiar University of New Mexico, whom he …

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Pojoaque Valley broke away with a quick lead, ahead 14-0 before visiting Taos scored in the District 2-4A game, and kept the lead until the Tigers hung around to force overtime and a 67-65 win on Noah Armijo’s basket

By Arnie Leshin  There’s just how long you can allow a team to hang around. Such was the case Saturday nightwhen Taos visited Pojoaque Valley in a boy’s District 2-4A clash. The Elks poured in on early, racing in front all the way to a 14-0 lead before Edgar Varela …

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Surprise, Pecos senior Ismael Villegas failed to make varsity basketball until his junior year, but that’s all history as he continued his sparkling two seasons with a stellar effort in Friday night’s 58-54 win over 5A Clovis

By Arnie Leshin  It was the usual full house at Pecos High’s Louis G. Sanchez Memorial gymnasium and Elissa Villegas appeared concerned as she returned to her seat for the second half as the boy’s basketball game’s official scorer. The 2A Panthers were up 34-33 in this non district challenge against …

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