Santa Fe, Taos resorts put ski passes up for sale | Local News

Ski Santa Fe and the Taos Ski Valley have put season passes up for sale, although the opening of New Mexico’s ski mountains still hangs in the balance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Ski areas have been advised that while they may proceed with preparations for the ski season, opening to the public in November will be dependent on the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in New Mexico,” said Nora Meyers Sackett, a spokeswoman for the Governor’s Office. “The state is actively working with Ski New Mexico to finalize COVID-safe practice for ski areas, but again, any potential opening will depend on the level of danger posed by the ongoing pandemic.”

After setting a single-day high of 488 coronavirus cases Friday, the state reported another 486 cases Saturday.

Sackett added any potential reopening of ski areas will require operating at 25 percent of maximum occupancy capacity. Taos Ski Valley announced season

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FC Barcelona Will Put Ousmane Dembele Up For Sale In January Unless He Meets One Condition

FC Barcelona will put Ousmane Dembele up for sale in January, unless he gives into one of their demands.

Joining from Borussia Dortmund for a fee of €105mn in 2017, the winger is clearly talented but has failed to make an impact at the Camp Nou.

Scapegoated for missing an easy chance in the first leg of the 2018-2019 Champions League semi-finals against Liverpool, the 23-year-old pulled up injured in the same competition in November last year when facing his former employers.

Managing just 20 minutes’ worth of competitive play since

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WWE’s Brie Bella, Daniel Bryan Put Phoenix Home on Sale for $1.7M | Bleacher Report

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WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan and his wife, former WWE Divas champion Brie Bella, have placed their Phoenix home on the market.

According to TMZ Sports, Bryan and Bella listed their four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom, 3,000-square-foot home for $1.695 million.

Their decision comes after Brie’s twin sister, Nikki Bella, placed her Phoenix home up for sale in August. Nikki lived next door to Bryan and Brie and only lived in the home for about three months before putting it on the market for $1.995 million.

Per TMZ Sports, Nikki has a contingent offer on the home, which she had built next to Bryan and Brie’s home, as seen on the most recent season of Total Bellas.

Both Nikki and Brie recently gave birth. Nikki and Dancing With The Stars performer Artem Chigvintsev had their first child, a boy named Matteo Artemovich Chigvintsev, on July 31. Just one day later

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Journal Times editorial: Put politics aside and help Kenosha | Editorial

“The administration acted quickly by bringing initial assistance to Kenosha, and going forward I will continue working with the administration to provide additional resources to help our community come together and rebuild.”

So we really still don’t know whether the points made in the letter are valid and under review, but what we do know is Kenosha businesses and the Kenosha community need money. And fast.

And we also know that it’s well past time that Evers, Baldwin, Steil and U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., worked in a bipartisan manner for Kenosha. That should have started the day after the riots and fires left millions of dollars in damage.

Instead, we’ve had partisan statements and now letters, visits by Evers and Steil, and not much from either senator.

These four should begin today working for Kenosha in a bipartisan manner that is so absent in politics today. They can start

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Wildfires Put Nearly 2 Million Homes At Extreme Risk Of Property Losses

Nearly 2 million homes with a reconstruction cost value of more than $638 billion are at an elevated risk of wildfire damage this year, according to a new report by data analytics provider CoreLogic.

This wildfire season is well on its way to setting a record for one of the most destructive years for wildfires in recent memory, and the pandemic is creating additional complications, according to the report, which provides insights into single-family and multifamily residential properties at risk of damage from wildfires in the United States.

The devastating wildfires raging across the Western United States have left homeowners facing the challenge of starting from scratch. With disruptions to the supply chain for raw materials, manufacturing and transportation, the resulting hit to reconstruction efforts could be further challenged.

There is no state

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Elon Musk appears to put more properties up for sale after vow to ‘own no house’

Tesla CEO Elon Musk appears to be selling more multimillion-dollar California homes after vowing on Twitter that he “will own no house” earlier in May, much to the dismay of his girlfriend.


A $62.5 million listing for four Los Angeles homes appeared on Zillow on Wednesday night. The listing describes the property as a “project for the big thinker, designed to showcase one of the best views in Los Angeles — from the city to the ocean and beyond.”

Musk purchased the homes that match the Zillow for-sale-by-owner listing’s description over several years starting in 2015, according to Business Insider.

The properties may be split up for interested buyers, according to the listing, which includes at least one private pool.


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Bow Tie Cinemas has put its Movieland at Boulevard Square property up for sale; owner plans to continue to run theater complex | Business News

The Movieland complex reopened on July 1. Attendance has been growing since, Masher said.

The family-owned Bow Tie has retained commercial real estate brokerage CBRE as an adviser in the sale or redevelopment of the property. Andrew Ferguson and Eric Williford are listed as the brokers.

“The property and neighborhood are benefited by the central location fronting Arthur Ashe Boulevard and encompassing Bow Tie Cinemas’ Movieland, with immediate access to major interstates, apartments, breweries, restaurants, entertainment venues, grocery stores and high-profile corporate office users,” according to CBRE’s promotional flyer on the property.

The flyer promoting the sale of the property does not list an asking price.

The 16.93-acre property is divided into two parcels.

The 11.05 acres is used for the Movieland and Criterion Cinemas buildings and the parking lots. That parcel is assessed at $18.098 million, according to the city’s online real estate data.

It is owned by BTP

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