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It will be up and down I-25 for Rio Rancho Cleveland and Santa Fe High on Thursday night, and up and down 1-25 on Saturday night for the Storm and Capital’s Jaguars, with the boys games pairing three of the top teams in 5A

By Arnie Leshin  It won’t be “45 minutes to Broadway” as the song says, but it will be approximately 45 minutes each way from Santa Fe to Rio Rancho Cleveland when the New Year rings in Thursday, and on Saturday, it’s the Storm boys riding up to Capital, and their …

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Eagle Nest Lake State Park Open to Ice Fishing

By NM State Parks Eagle Nest Lake State Park is now open to ice fishing. According to the Energy, Minerals and Natural Resource Department’s State Parks Division and the Department of Game and Fish, current measurements indicate that ice thickness exceeds the minimum standards. The State Parks Division and the …

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High school hoops in New Mexico are history for year 2019, and on Thursday 2020 bounces in with the annual Northern New Mexico Rio Grande for both genders.

By Arnie Leshin  Happy New Year. High school hoops in New Mexico are history for year 2019, and on Thursday 2020 bounces in with the annual Northern New Mexico Rio Grande for both genders. Pecos’ boys, coming off a second-straight championship in the annual Stu Clark tournament played at New …

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CREATING ART and PRESERVING CULTURE

By Spanish colonial art society Educational Programs are critical to the mission of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. “To Promote, Preserve, Encourage, and Educate the public about the study of the Spanish colonial arts and its related cultures and living traditions.” That’s our …

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Thank you for helping us make Israel safer

By CUFI we made a difference for Zion’s sake. Together, we… •    Fought for and won United States recognition of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. •    Combatted anti-Semitism through the Trump Administration’s issuing of an executive order mandating the adoption of the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism, …

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Espanola Valley girls win fifth Lady Horsemen basketball tournament after getting past host St. Michael’s, 44-28, in Saturday afternoon’s final at Perez-Shelly gymnasium

By Arnie Leshin It won’t be in the Guinness Book of Records, but it’s still interesting how the Espanola Valley girls are now 5-for-5 in the championship game of the annual Lady Horsemen Holiday tournament played at St. Michael’s Perez-Shelly gymnasium. More amazing is that the Sundevils have accomplished this …

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