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Do Navy’s outstanding quarterback Malcolm Perry or other military academy athletic team graduates risk their military future years if choosing to, as President Donald Trump suggests, come out for the National Football League college draft and if chosen, return to military service when their professional careers are over.

By Arnie Leshin  It’s Malcolm Perry’s choice, not what has been suggested by the President of the United States. Not to forget that Donald Trump is also the nation’s Commander-in-Chief, and it’s certain that Perry knows this. But for someone like Perry, who is devoted to serving in the US …

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Santa Fe Indian School rolled over the field in hosting the annual Braves basketball tournament, with both its girls and boys hoisting the championship trophies before they were deposited in the school’s trophy case, and at Pecos, the high-flying Panther boys upped their record to 13-1 by dominating visiting Dulce, 86-44

By Arnie Leshin  Hosting its own basketball tournament is a good way for Santa Fe Indian School to upgrade its record. Both the girls and boys began Thursday’s first round against hapless Native American Community Academy. Both overwhelmed the Eagles, the Brave girls 79-25, the Brave boys 77-56, but that …

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Santa Fe High girls renewed past district rivalries up at Espanola Valley Thursday night with a late comeback that brought a 39-38 win in overtime behind the play of freshmen Zuriel Vigil and Maci Cordova, and sophomore Olivia Montoya, while Los Alamos won handily, 56-34, over disappointing visiting defending state 3A champion Robertson

By Arnie Leshin  The Santa Fe High girls took to the road Thursday night and held off former district rival Espanola Valley in overtime, while Los Alamos turned back visiting defending state 3A  champion Robertson, but for Capital the road to Farmington was a rough one against undefeated Piedra Vista. …

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Long home victory streak put together by UConn women’s basketball team became history Thursday night in Soors when defending national champion Baylor stunned the No. ranked Huskies, 74-58, ended the 98-game win streak, and will move up from its current No. 6 ranking after taking care of business

By Arnie Leshin  Geno Auriemma rarely slams his hand down on the official’s table. UConn rarely plays in the manner it did Thursday night on its home court in Storrs. But in this case you have to give credit where credit is due, and it belonged to the visiting defending …

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Thank YOU for 2019!

By Family policy alliance The 2019 Christmas and New Year’s celebrations are now a week behind us. The Christmas decorations are soon (if not already) stored away; the Christmas tree lights that still work have been carefully stowed in hopes they will light again next year (they never seem to!). …

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CUFI Briefing- Iran’s Attack on US Base

By CUFI What Happened? What Happened? Late on Tuesday night, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles targeting at least two military bases in Iraq that housed US military personnel.  The strikes began at approximately 5:30pm with missiles being fired from Iranian territory targeting …

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