Santa Fe County reconsiders courthouse location due to pollution on site.
Which is fine because you can never have too many gaping holes in the ground.
State will evaluate how to deal with third-party agents who get fees from companies receiving state investment money.
We know a gaping hole in the ground not being used right now.
In fact, one of the agents worked on New Mexico deals in which $11 million in finder fees were paid.
The hourly wage is very high when your job could lead you to be investigated by federal agents.
That well-paid agent reportedly happens to be the son of a friend of Gov. Bill Richardson.
But you know what they say: Friends don’t let friends get investigated by the feds.
Gov. Richardson pays off presidential campaign debt.
Sort of feels like we’re all paying off that debt.
Santa Fe Public Schools faces $4.5 million shortfall and may have to reduce the number of textbooks.
Why don’t teachers just start acting as agents for investment companies?
Rancho Viejo is for sale.
What a coincidence! We were just thinking we needed a sprawling development with controversial water rights.