RENO, Nev., Nov. 30, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Eduardo Lasalle, a native of Quebradillas, Puerto Rico; a sports enthusiast, a dedicated follower of God, has completed his new book "El Ser Humano": a substantive exposition on what makes a human, human. The contents of this book are valuable information that allows readers to widen their understanding on human behaviors.
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BOISE – Wide receiver Khalil Shakir would be perfectly fine if Boise State took the lead every game before the offense even takes the field.
BOISE — How much chaos did the Boise State football team put on the depleted New Mexico offense in Saturday’s 37-0 win?
BOISE — Boise State’s offense scored just one touchdown and didn’t do a whole lot against New Mexico on Senior Night Saturday at Albertsons Stadium.
The Crimson Tide pummeled 52-point underdog New Mexico State 59-3 Saturday afternoon, with the only drama centered on how healthy Alabama would emerge from the game.
BOISE — The Boise State football team will look to do something Friday night that it hasn’t had to do since 1996: put an end to a three-game home losing streak on The Blue.
HOUSTON, Sept. 22, 2021 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- Santos Álvarez, a woman from El Salvador who migrated to United States with her husband, a community activist, a composer and writer; has completed her new book "El árbol, la vida y la tierra": a fascinating read which purpose is to ignite awareness towards the current situation of the planet that God has created through His glory. In this work, the author presents the connection of humans to nature, and how their actions affect each other. Humans who continuously neglect the planet by throwing trash everywhere, creating experiments and inventions, and cutting down trees for their own personal gain will lead to catastrophic calamities in the future.
FLAGSTAFF – Manuelito Wheeler did not join millions of sci-fi fans who packed into movie theaters in May 1977 to see the original “Star Wars.”…