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Farewell Speech For Coss

News Briefs Mayor David Coss was preparing to issue his eighth and final “State of the City” address Tuesday night at press time. Coss, who isn’t seeking re-election to the job he’s held for two terms, pl

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Julie Ann Grimm

With Strong Voice

News Briefs “What’s your story?”  For clinical psychologist Kayt Whitebird Orange, those three simple words changed her life and her community. Offering an opportunity to explore history, the question beca

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Alexa Mangrum

High Crime

News Briefs The highest monthly number of auto burglaries this year helped push September property crimes in Santa Fe slightly above September 2012 levels. The Santa Fe Police Department reports there were 72 aut

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Justin Horwath

Captains of KSFR

News Briefs After a summer of upheaval, this week local community radio station KSFR named two new management directors to guide the station. George Weston will serve as station manager while Vanessa Roëves will

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 Joey Peters

Writing Contest Deadline Extended!

News Briefs You haven’t missed your chance to get published in SFR and win cash and prizes. Submissions for SFR’s 2013 Annual Writing Contest will now be accepted through Nov. 1.  This year’s theme is

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Alexa Mangrum

White Foam Still A Mystery

News Briefs A mysterious white foam substance appeared on some Santa Fe streets last Thursday following a rainstorm, but officials aren’t sure what it was. While city Environmental Compliance Specialist Alex Pu

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Alexa Mangrum

We’ve Been Served

News Briefs A lawyer for the New Mexico Department of Health thinks SFR has information that will help her litigate. Last week, a process server delivered a subpoena to staff writer Joey Peters. The letter from a

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 Joey Peters

Shine a little light

News Briefs Grants from the Public Service Company of New Mexico will light up a handful of Santa Fe arts venues and save the nonprofits money they’re spending now on inefficient bulbs. PNM’s list of “Reduc

Wednesday, October 16, 2013 SFR
 
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