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When Leo Garcia retired last month after 25-plus years as a coach, administrator and athletic director in New Mexico, he knew he wasn’t ready to take it easy. He decided to look for his next challenge. He found it.
The number of people in Graham and Greenlee counties contracting COVID-19 is on the increase, right along with the rest of the state.