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Boston Marathon winner Caroline Rotich, right, signs  autographs after she was honored with a parade into the Plaza in Santa Fe.
Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal

Santa Fe honors Boston Marathon winner

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

SANTA FE – Sitting atop a restored 1937 American LaFrance Fire Engine, 2015 Boston Marathon …

Johnny R. Johnson is the managing director of the state trucking association. (Glen Rosales/For the Albuquerque Journal)

Human trafficking targeted by truckers

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Not surprising for somebody who represents the big-rig industry, Johnny R. Johnson deals with some big issues.

Warren Fulgenzi Jr., whose father and uncle coach the Robertson girls and boys tennis teams, respectively, moved from Santa Fe High in March to attend and play tennis for the Las Vegas, N.M., high school. (Courtesy of Shannon Steven Aragón)

Cardinals serve for state

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Aim is to sweep both blue trophies

Garden sage. (Greg Sorber / Journal)

Culinary bonanza

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Usually when folks think of gardens, visions of plump tomatoes, fat zucchini, luscious strawberries …

Caroline Rotich sprints across the finish line to capture the women’s division of the Boston Marathon on Monday

Santa Fe woman wins Boston Marathon

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Kenyan Rotich, who trains in New Mexico, captures the coveted race

This is a rendering of the planned dealership expansion of American Toyota at Alameda NE and Pan American Freeway. (Courtesy of American Toyota)

American Toyota ready for expansion

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

For some time, the corner of Alameda NE and Pan American Freeway was chewed up because of road construction.

Terran Kipp, a student at the Institute for American Indian Arts from Browning, Mont., plays disc golf on a new course on the campus. His field of study is museum studies and studio arts. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Disc golf course is ready to fly

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Dedicated 18-hole, par-61 course to open at IAIA

Dago Ruiz of D&B U Sell It was an early emigré from Castro’s Cuba. (Glen Rosales/For the Albuquerque Journal)

Freedom pays off for emigré from Cuba

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Perhaps the most remarkable thing about Dago Ruiz is that he’s even here.

Players line up their putts on a FootGolf course, where soccer balls are kicked into holes. (Courtesy of the American Footgolf League)

Soccer + Golf = FootGolf

By Glen Rosales / Journal Staff Writer

Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe installs course for hybrid sport

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