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The energy inside of St. Michael’s Perez Shelley gymnasium was chaotic. Simultaneous wrestling matches occurred on the three side-by-side-by-side mats, with referees raising color-coded armbands to …

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Victor Diaz, a freshman at Taos High School, stands in a ring with 18 young boxers, leading them in a half-hour sequence of stretches, sit-ups, push-ups and other cardio exercises. The boys and girls belong to the Los Tigres Boxing Club, which has trained amateur boxers in Taos since the 1990s.

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The facility has been officially closed to the general public since the pandemic began, but has offered limited services to groups like the Taos Swim Club by appointment only.

It was Independence Day 1912 and Jack Johnson, the first black heavyweight champion of the world and a thorn in the collective side of America's white powers, defended his title in the outpost of Las Vegas, N.M.

Taos Ice Tiger, Ysidro Gravelle (left) faces off against Cibola Cougar, Kyle Usiak (43) during the third period of the intrastate "Battle of the Cats" at Taos Youth and Family Center Dec. 17. Gravelle and company traded shots and the lead with …

Like the rest of the world, we pay tribute to Muhammad Ali. With the passing of the larger-than-life boxing champion and global ambassador, we here in Taos can also celebrate the greatest sports legend’s life, knowing his journey brought him …

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Boxing great Muhammad Ali on the announcer’s stand at the July 1999 Taos Pueblo Powwow, joined at his immediate right by his personal photographer, Howard Bingham, and at his left by his wife, Yolanda ‘Lonnie’ Ali.

Rudy F. Garcia, 81, of Cerro passed away on October 10, 2015. He was the son of the late Acorcinio and Edulia Garcia. He retired from Fort Carson Hospital Civil Service and the Questa schools. He was known for his welcoming smile, his witty and …