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Taos High School Graduating Senior Sarah Randall Heads To West Texas A&M University To Pursue Becoming A Veterinarian

Taos High School graduating senior Sarah Randall is headed to West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas to pursue becoming a large animal veterinarian. Sarah enjoyed being a member of the Taos High School Band Color Guard, Taos Travel Club, Welding Class, French Club and Lucky 7’s 4 H club. She has been a member of the Los Alamos Young Guns Youth Shotgun Team for the last four years, traveling to and from Taos for practices. She was invited to participate in the 2021 Junior Olympic Bunker Trap Competition in Hillsdale, Mich. Sarah plans to join the West Texas A&M Intramural Shotgun Team. Her parents are Boyd and Lisa Randall of Taos. Courtesy photo.
TAOS, NM
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NMSP Issues Silver Alert For Julian Gomez Of Nambe: Updated – Located

The New Mexico State Police is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Julian Gomez, a 90-year old Hispanic male, 5’7” tall, weighing 130 pounds, with white hair, and brown eyes. Mr. Gomez was last seen wearing a black vest, purple shirt, blue jeans, and a military hat. Mr. Gomez was last seen on May 24 at around 3:00 p.m., at his residence located on Arroyo Nambe in Nambe, New Mexico. Mr. Gomez is missing and is believed to be in DANGER if not located. Anyone with any information regarding this New Mexico Silver Alert is asked to call the New Mexico State Police at (505) 841-9256 or 911. Courtesy NMSP.
NAMBE, NM
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Las Cumbres Receives $2,500 State Farm® Grant

ESPAÑOLA — Española State Farm agents Donna Casados and Manuel Valdez, presented Las Cumbres Community Service (LCCS) with a $2,500 State Farm grant in support of the non-profit’s Grandparents Raising Grandchildren (GRG) program. The extra funding will assist with established direct services for GRGs by allocating...
SANTA FE, NM
Santa Fe Reporter

Vacation Overcast

The water levels in the Rio Grande are “really good right now” for rafting, Cisco Guevara tells SFR. The upcoming Memorial Day weekend would normally be peak season for his rafting business, but just six clients are booked for Saturday. Two people have signed up to raft the...
SANTA FE, NM
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Danger Zone

MORA—Herman Romero was born a rancher—the fourth-generation kind. The 60-year-old makes his home in tiny La Cueva, about 5 miles south of Mora. He makes his living in Chacon, 20 miles the other side of town, on a 400-acre spread that has been in his family since the 1800s. Romero has been working the ranch himself for more than three decades; these days, he runs about 65 head of bulls and heifers, plus another 40 calves.
MORA, NM
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