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UPDATE: Judge orders Corizon to release settlement documents

Local News Two New Mexico newspapers and an advocacy group filed a public records lawsuit against Corizon Health on Tuesday, claiming that the prison health care contractor is performing a governmental function and shou...

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Food Stamp Scandal: An Explainer

What the fuck is happening at NM’s Human Services Department?

Local News Democratic legislators this week blasted the administration of Gov. Susana Martinez for a scandal unfolding in the state office that administers food stamps and other benefits. Their outrage came shor

Thursday, July 14, 2016 Steven Hsieh

And Now We Wait

What is taking the county so long to finalize a plan for La Bajada Ranch?

Local News A former La Cienega-area ranch has been in public hands for more than seven years, yet Santa Fe County officials still appear to lack a vision about its best use.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Buyer’s Market

Booksellers sue over PED’s secrets on out-of-state purchases

Local News An independent New Mexico book publisher wants to know why the state’s Public Education Department is shunning local authors and their books in favor of out-of-state titles.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 Peter St. Cyr

Viva El Grito!

How will Mexican Independence Day fare at the Plaza?

Local News A simmering drumroll builds to the eruption of a 21-gun salute fired at midnight on the Plaza the evening of Sept. 15, 1835.

Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Andrew Koss

Water Faux Fight

Miscommunication, vandalism spiked tensions between city and Nature Conservancy, but end resolution could mean a better river for all

Local News When the Public Service Company of New Mexico gave The Nature Conservancy the emptied basins where two city dams once held a frontier town’s supply of water, the gift’s quality posed a mystery: Just how mu...

Wednesday, July 6, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Griego Sought Secret Punishment

Legislative investigation documents were released in time for today's hearings in ex-senator's corruption case

Local News A dozen documents that have been shielded from public view by Legislative Council Services for more than a year show that former state Sen. Phil Griego’s legal team tried to negotiate a secret reprimand with ...

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Peter St. Cyr

Superintendent Boyd to Leave SFPS

Opportunity draws superintendent to private sector

Local News Santa Fe Public Schools Superintendent Joel Boyd has received an offer that, as they say, he couldn’t refuse, and will leave the district for the private sector by the end of the summer. 

Tuesday, July 5, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Press Protection Affirmed

Judge says journalist does not have to testify in Phil Griego corruption case

Local News Preliminary hearings on the charges of tampering with public records, filing false financial disclosure reports, committing perjury and violating the ethical principles of public service are scheduled to begin ...

Friday, July 1, 2016 Julie Ann Grimm

Wildfire a Wrap

McClure Fire is out, but city's watershed could still see prescribed burn

Local News When lightning started the McClure wildfire in the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed on Thursday, June 23, fire managers threw a slew of resources at it to contain the fire, attacking it first from the sky and ...

Tuesday, June 28, 2016 Elizabeth Miller
 
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Morning Word: Toulouse Oliver Heads to Santa Fe Early

Morning Word The secretary of state-elect will assume duties on Dec. 9 after interim Secretary Brad Winter opts out early. ... More

Dec. 01, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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