ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A Koch brothers-funded group is "thanking" two New Mexico Democratic members of Congress for supporting proposals aimed at helping young immigrants.
The LIBRE Initiative announced Thursday the group was sending out mailers thanking Reps. Ben Lujan and Michelle Lujan Grisham for endorsing bills seeking permanent protections for immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally as children.
SANTA FE ? House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told a group of mostly educators in Santa Fe on Friday that President Donald Trump's tax plan approved by a Republican Congress is nothing but a scam.
Hundreds of kids get chance to shine at National Dance Institute year-end event
JACONA — Every child wore a costume and a smile as they pranced, twirled and leaped across the Ben Lujan Gymnasium Thursday evening.
The performance, organized by the National Dance Institute of New Mexico, showcased the footwork of more than 600 kids from about 10 elementary schools in Northern New Mexico — from Alcalde to Hernández to Chimayó and, of course, Pojoaque.
David Rodriguez shined a light on the path to a District 2-4A boys basketball championship.
“A lot of teams in our district have been up and down,” the St. Michael’s head boys basketball coach said Wednesday night. “Whoever wants to play good, clean basketball will be the district champion.”
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This is when you know it’s been a long time since the Santa Fe Indian School Lady Braves celebrated a win over Pojoaque Valley.
Not one of the Lady Braves on the court Thursday night for a grueling 14-25, 25-17, 25-12, 21-25, 15-11 nondistrict win ever spent a day in school the last time SFIS beat the Elkettes.
“They were babies,” Lady Braves head coach Brian Gurule wrote in a text.
Ben Lujan Tournament Girls: Teams searching for consistency
JACONA — It is the challenge of every young, inexperienced team trying to find its way through a long, arduous season.
It’s about finding a way to turn those flashes of potential into sustained periods of success.
Christie Abeyta is trying to catch that lightning in a bottle, as is Jose “Majic” Medina.
You can add Seledon Martinez to that list, as well.
We’re embarking on the fourth week of the prep basketball season, and this is all I can think: Is everyone sufficiently tournament-ed out now?