The “blood” splatter remains on the passenger seat of the dark navy-blue 1992 Buick Century, lasting evidence of a partnership turned sour.
Shawn Gallegos has a bout Oct. 4
When it comes to prep cross country, Los Alamos High School boys and girls generally have a big, green bulls-eye on their back.
Amid a cacophony of blurting, red plastic horns and cheers and jeers from a near-capacity ensemble, …
BERNALILLO – Dominic Salazar has seen the auto business from all sides.
The north hasn’t had a soccer team playing on the final day of the season since 2011 and hasn’t claimed a championship since the Los Alamos boys won the Class 4A title in 2010, but local schools are poised to make some postseason noise this time.
Tallest team gains experience from basketball champs
José Sanchez had dreams of running his own big business.
Coaches differ on approach to game
Coach Manny Medina returns after four years to step things up
Ramon Perez has seen the big business end of the auto industry and has lived from Puerto Rico to South America in specializing in the financial side of the industry.
Confident attitude flows through the team