March 30, 2017
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‘The Journalism Racket’

SFR v. Martinez, Day 1

Local News The SFR v. Gov. Susana Martinez trial began today in state District Court, and the governor’s defense relied on tackling the credibility of the journalists who filed the lawsuit, suggesting they were not prec...

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Marisa Demarco

SFUAD SNAFU

Planned sale of Santa Fe University of Art and Design is scrapped as school stops enrolling new students

Local News The Santa Fe University of Art and Design, which leases the old College of Santa Fe campus from the city, will stop enrolling new students next semester.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Matt Grubs

Have a Cup

Santa Fe startup hopes to bring pourover home

Local News In his makeshift workshop located in the back room of Iconik Coffee Roasters, Jakub Svec pulls two generations of automated coffee machines from his bag.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017 Alex De Vore

Good news, bad news

New city budget proposal focuses on government efficiency, lacks plan for worker raises

Local News When Mayor Javier Gonzales delivered his State of the City address in February, he heralded a plan to give 5 percent raises for city workers, touting their hard work to rein in spending during a strin

Tuesday, March 28, 2017 Matt Grubs

Fizzy Math

First finance reports show PACs in soda tax election are set to spend more than $500K

Local News Sugar-sweetened drinks are kind of a big deal. As proof, witness the more than $500,000 poured into the campaigns for and against Santa Fe’s proposed two-cents-an-ounce tax on such beverages.

Thursday, March 23, 2017 Matt Grubs

Into the Fire

Three years later, SFR’s anti-secrecy and free expression case against Gov. Martinez heads to court

Local News After years of legal wrangling over press freedoms and the public’s right to know, the Santa Fe Reporter is set to finally have its day in state District Court at the end of this month.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 Marisa Demarco

There’s No Escape

New Mexico water agency covered by SFR wins national ‘award’ for secrecy

Local News Thanks to what a national journalism group calls “outright contempt of the public’s right to know,” the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission has a new distinction to hang on the wall

Thursday, March 16, 2017 Matt Grubs

Half-Day

More than 1,000 protestors rally at the capitol against education cuts

Local News The action comes just after Santa Fe Public Schools called for a half-day to allow teachers to demonstrate. 

Thursday, March 16, 2017 Steven Hsieh

Stepping Down

NM Parole Board executive director resigns, takes new state job

Local News The executive director of the New Mexico Parole Board has moved to another state job, as fresh controversy surrounds the board’s handling of parole hearings for the state’s “30-year lifer" population.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Jeff Proctor

Ron’s Run

Could City Councilor Ron Trujillo become Santa Fe’s next mayor?

Local News Councilor Ron Trujillo raises a glossy mailer depicting him as a younger man with a fuller, blacker goatee. It’s an ad supporting Mayor Javier Gonzales’ proposed sugar tax. Trujillo says it’s racist.

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 Steven Hsieh
 
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Morning Word: Sanctuary Standoff

Morning Word Sessions Doubles Down on Sanctuary ThreatUS Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeated a Trump promise that sanctuary cities will lose funding if they don't toe the line and work with federal Immigratio ... More

March 28, 2017 by Matt Grubs

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