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Playing at home, Santa Fe High and Capital provided a tough challenge before losing to the top two teams in District 5-5A Wednesday night, the Demonettes to first place Albuquerque Sandia, the Jaguars against runner-up Albuquerque High

By Arnie Leshin  The Santa Fe High basketball girls made a good try of extending first place visiting Albuquerque Sandia in District 5-5A play Thursday night, and Capital hung with visiting Albuquerque High, and both scores were almost identical. But both lost, the Demonettes 52-41, and the Jaguars 52-42. Santa …

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St. Michael’s rolling along, dominating Santa Fe Prep, 71-39, on the road Wednesday night for its 8th straight win, 11th in its last 13 starts, unbeaten in 2-3A at 7-0 and has Robertson, West Las Vegas and SF Indian School in its next three games

By Arnie Leshin  Surging along by winning 11 of its last 13 games and on an 8-game win streak, St. Michael’s prepared for Friday night‘s District 2-3A Valentine Day visit to Robertson by overwhelming Santa Fe Prep, 71-39, on the road Wednesday night. The Horsemen, on top the district at …

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Scratch the anticipated boys 2A clash matching the state’s lone boys undefeated Magdalena at the streaking 3-time state-champion Pecos, twice the weather has postponed it, and now the two can only meet next in the state tournament

By Arnie Leshin  The boys basketball team from Magdalena High won’t be seen in Pecos or the areas around it after getting snowed away for the second time. Twice, the state’s lone boy’s undefeated team planned to hit the road and head up I-25 north to Pecos and decide the …

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Pension reform advances with bipartisan support

By Office Of The Governor  SANTA FE – Direly needed pension reform legislation passed the New Mexico State Senate on Wednesday on a bipartisan 25-15 vote. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham issued the following statement: “We have made promises to New Mexico’s current and future retirees, and these changes will ensure …

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Iran – 40 years of terror

By CUFI On Sunday the IDF reported that a missile was fired in to the Golan Heights by Iranian forces from an area near Damascus. The missile was intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome system. This is yet another act of aggression by the regime in Tehran towards the Jewish state.  …

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THE 2020 OFFICIAL ZOZOBRA ART CONTEST IS OPEN

By Burn Zozobra The Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe is excited to announce that we are now seeking submissions from artists for the 2020 Burning of Will Shuster’s Zozobra Official Poster and T-shirt images. “The official Zozobra poster and T-shirt contest is a unique opportunity to have your art featured …

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Udall, Lowenthal, Merkley, Clark Unveil Landmark Legislation to Break Free From Plastic Pollution

By Tom Udall Press Office U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) and U.S. Representative Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.), along with U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and U.S. Representative Katherine Clark (D-Mass.), will unveil the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2020, legislation that would phase out unnecessary single-use plastic products, hold corporations accountable for wasteful products, reduce wasteful …

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