March 28, 2017
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Refuge and Respite

Voters in November will decide whether to contribute public dollars to a mental health crisis center

Local News When first responders in Santa Fe County encounter someone in the throes of a mental health crisis, the choices for where to go next are severely limited.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Branching into the Next Generation

National Science Foundation supports mentoring program out of Northern New Mexico College to foster STEM careers

Local News Not a lot of things motivate middle schoolers on a Monday morning, but when Steve Cox puts a butter knife to a carrot, cuing a sound effect squeal from his laptop, the kids light up.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

What We’ve Taught, and What We Can Learn

Activists from Borneo bring to and gather lessons from US tribes

Local News For years while he’s campaigned to save part of the rainforest in Malaysian Borneo from logging, including a two-year-long manned blockade, Komeok Joe carried a stone in his pocket. He’d picked it up and ta...

Tuesday, September 20, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

AHA Festival of Progressive Arts Changes Venue for Kickoff Show

Friday, Sept. 16 event freaturing XIXA and Thieves & Gypsys moved to El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe

Local News After Hours Alliance co-founder Shannon Murphy announced this morning that the kickoff event for the 6th Annual AHA Festival of Progressive Arts would move from its original location.

Thursday, September 15, 2016 Alex De Vore

If Every Drop Counts

City proposes water efficiency ratings system that look to be first of a kind, but the ‘green building’ package isn’t all pretty

Local News There’s no fence you can put up around the city and say, “No more people can live here.” However, cities in the Southwest face the very real prospect of saying, “No more people can live on the water w...

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

A Kink in the Pipeline

Federal agencies intervene in Dakota Access, call for broader review of Native involvement in infrastructure projects

Local News The situation escalated as security teams arrived with dogs, and tribal protesters left bloodied and maced.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Secede from Santa Fe!

County officials on both sides of the line want Española on their map, but Rio Arriba is suing to take control

Local News Española is a city in two places. Its southeastern tip comprises the northernmost section of Santa Fe County, while the rest of Española rests in Rio Arriba.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Natives to Entrada: Stop It

Protesters at Fiestas reenactment call for an inclusive view of history

Local News Roughly 50 protesters crowded toward the stage, tightly encircled by police, during the Fiestas annual reenactment of Don Diego de Vargas’s reconquest of Santa Fe. They chanted “Abolish the Entrad

Friday, September 9, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Business Disaster

Why is the state Department of Homeland Security refusing to pay a contractor for cleanup work?

Local News At home in his own equipment yard, Martin Urban steps down from a Peterbilt truck he and his employees use for hauling.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Laura Paskus

Snagging the High Spot

Ski Santa Fe opens disc golf course that looks to take rank as top elevation in the country

Local News With this weekend’s opening of a disc golf course, Ski Santa Fe has pulled a top spot nationally—snagging the title for what seems to be the highest course in the county.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Elizabeth Miller
 
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