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Parks Gone Wrong

News Briefs What’s City Hall’s spin on a scathing audit of Santa Fe’s 2008 parks bond program? That the practices revealed by the audit are a “departure from the way the city had traditionally managed capital impr...

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Justin Horwath

Free Money

News Briefs Santa Fe is continuing its recent tradition of dropping money onto what it hopes will be the next big thing.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Joey Peters

Replacement Senator

News Briefs Two of the local nominees vying for the District 39 state Senate seat left vacant by the sudden resignation of Phil Griego amid an ethics scandal represent different political parties.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Justin Horwath

The People’s Lines

News Briefs Last year, Santa Fe voters approved a new way to redraw the city’s voting boundaries—with the input of members of the public.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015 Joey Peters

Mining Double Standard

News Briefs The lawsuit asks the federal court to rule that the county and agency violated federal antitrust laws for mining and selling the basalt.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 Justin Horwath

Boyd Is Back

Santa Fe superintendent reflects on Fort Worth offer, staying put

News Briefs When Joel Boyd was in the throes of deciding whether to stay as superintendent in Santa Fe or leave for a new opportunity, he says he had couldn’t sleep well.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Joey Peters

Less-Frequent Food

Deliveries from the Food Depot to Santa Fe senior centers now come only twice a month

News Briefs The Food Depot recently cut its weekly grocery deliveries to seniors at seven sites in Santa Fe down to every other week, says the nonprofit’s Executive Director Sherry Hooper.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Justin Horwath

Judge: Gov.’s Political Calendar Not Public Record

News Briefs What the governor of New Mexico does that she considers “political” is not subject to the state’s open records laws, First Judicial District Court Judge Sarah Singleton has ruled.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Justin Horwath

Greenhouse

News Briefs Despite the long odds, two bills to reform New Mexico marijuana laws are making progress in the state Senate.

Tuesday, February 24, 2015 Joey Peters

Jobs Angel?

News Briefs David Perez, CEO of Santa Fe-based Seamless Medical Systems, attributes the New Mexico Economic Development Department’s Angel Investment Tax Credit to helping his medical-technology company raise $2 million ...

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Justin Horwath
 
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