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Ernesto “Ernie” Lopez, a senior at Peñasco High School committed himself, mentally, physically and financially to do something out of the ordinary for his senior summer. more
The combination of a young roster, lack of varsity experience, new coach and new program will vex Questa as they navigate the regular season in 2017-18. more
Questa basketball is underway and cowbells will be ringing soon. Lady Cats have a new coach (again), and will be on the prowl in 2017-18. more
Taos wins opener at Coach Henry Sanchez Basketball Tournament in Bernalillo Nov 24 - knocking off the class 5A Alamogordo Tigers 61-53. more
Key factors to the Panther’s success will be the ability to score from the perimeter, a viable full-court press defense and staying out of foul trouble. Will we see the return of the "Runnin' Panthers" in 2017-18? more
District 5-2A remains one of the toughest leagues in the state, but Peñasco has the potential to be competitive in every game and in every classic tournament the squad is entered in this year. more
Sipapu Ski Resort officials announced the ski area is delaying its opening by a week due to unseasonably warm temperatures. more
With snow and cold temperatures in the forecast this week, Sipapu is on track to be the first resort to open in New Mexico for the 15th consecutive season. more
Transition of seasons brings changes in recreational doings in and around Taos. Enjoy the Autumn colors and stay active Taos! more
This ski season, Angel Fire Resort says visitors can enjoy a longer ski season (Dec. 8, 2017-March 25, 2018), several mountain improvements - including a new black diamond trail - and new nighttime … more
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