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St. Michael’s sophomore Ethan Manske, in his first season on the swimming team, has raced for state-qualifying times in the 100-yard butterfly and 100 backstroke, and Santa Fe Prep sophomore Sophia Gossum has qualified for state in the 50 freestyle, as she and Manske won twice Saturday in the Horsemen Invitational at the GCCC pool

By Arnie Leshin  Can’t forget the swimmers, and so straight from results found in the daily newspaper’s sports pages, they will get some space here. Number one, St. Michael’s sophomore, Ethan Manske, in his first year on the team, has already qualified for the state championships in the 100-yard butterfly …

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SFNF’s Cuba District Plans Prescribed Pile Burns

By SFNF  Fire managers on the Cuba Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) plan to implement the Ojitos and Poso/Sanchez prescribed pile burns sometime between Jan. 13 and March 31. The timing will be dependent on favorable conditions, including snow pack, fuel moisture levels, air quality, wind …

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Pecos’ boys just keep winning and everybody contributes as they roll past the field in the 72nd annual Northern New Mexico Rio Grande tournament played at Pojoaque Valley’s Ben Lujan Memorial court, capping it with Saturday night’s 59-23 romp over Mora for the 3-time state champions’ second-straight tournament title this season

By Arnie Leshin  Kudos to Tate Danis, a starting sophomore wing for the Questa boy’s basketball team. Young and still feeling his way around on the court, he doesn’t hesitate to comment on his young and out manned team being overwhelmed by Pecos. It came in the opening round of …

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This Decisive Action Will Save Countless Lives

By CUFI  An American strike in Iraq killed the head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Quds Force, Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani. Soleimani was Iran’s point man on using terrorist organizations, including Hezbollah and Hamas, to sow chaos, death and destruction in the Middle East and beyond.  Soleimani has the …

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Happy New Year Santa Fe!

By Mayor of Santa Fe ( Alan M. Webber ) As we begin 2020, I’d like to give you an abbreviated report—a short look back at where we’ve come from, a look forward at where we’re going. First a word of thanks from me to you. You have given me …

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Geno Auriemma is out of the hospital and returns to the sidelines tonight as his new No. 1 ranked UConn team is home to conference opponent Wichita State and is undefeated in 10 starts much to some surprise from Geno the genius and his long-time associate head coach Chris Dailey

By Arnie Leshin  Let’s go back to Geno Auriemma‘s pre-season warning to reporters, when he informed them this year’s team was in a “state of flux” as it looked to find a new identify after graduating NapheesaCollier and Katie Lou Samuelson, and he was concerned at just how long it …

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