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Paying Now or Paying Later

SFPS conservation coordinator runs constant campaign for sustainable choices—before it’s too late

Local News Every two weeks, Lisa Randall sits down in front of the Santa Fe Public Schools Board of Education for three minutes open to public comment.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

So Long, Doc

A familiar face on Santa Fe Plaza won't be there anymore since the sudden death of the man everyone knew as 'Doc'

Local News A longtime Santa Fe character known as “Doc,” whose life walked that blurred line between homelessness and living off the grid, with his long beard and his cowboy hat, died Tuesday afternoon after he collap...

Tuesday, December 22, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Saying No to Coal

Conservation groups sue feds over 25-year extension for Four Corners Power Plant

Local News Arguing that federal agencies ignored the effects of coal-fired power on the environment and public health, conservation groups have filed a notice of intent to sue the agencies that approved the Four

Tuesday, December 22, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Party On, Suze

UPDATED Governor demands to know who complained about noisy hotel party that drew police response, later says she 'regrets' handling of situation

Local News A hotel party attended by Gov. Susana Martinez in Santa Fe last weekend was apparently a rowdy affair. No arrests were made, but a spokesman for the city of Santa Fe says police officers met with the gover...

Friday, December 18, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Some Cleanup, Some Patience

Plan for chromium plume aims to stop shift, but holds off on broader remedy

Local News The US Department of Energy now has a short-term strategy for dealing with a plume of toxic chromium that’s been moving slowly off Los Alamos National Laboratory and toward San Ildefonso Pueblo and ...

Friday, December 18, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Contaminant Creep

New and ongoing problems keep city’s Baca Street Well offline indefinitely

Local News On the far side of the grid of chain-link fence, beside the Acequia Trail lies a barren field pockmarked only with the piping for nearly three dozen monitoring wells.

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

In the Can

Expanded capacity for can production is underway for Santa Fe Brewing Co.

Local News Adobe Igloo, a craft beer with a hint of red chile and chocolate, hits the shelves at local liquor stores in the next few days, courtesy of Santa Fe Brewing Co., the largest and oldest microbrew producer in the...

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Courting the Old Courthouse

UPDATED: Proposals sought for county's new administrative building

Local News Santa Fe County is looking to hire a company to oversee the construction of its new administrative offices, which would be built at the site of the old County Courthouse on Catron Avenue in downtown Santa Fe.

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Countering the Counterfeit Art Market

Santa Fe commits to eliminating the market for Native American fakes and forgeries

Local News Mayor Javier Gonzales announced on Tuesday the beginnings of an effort to craft a city ordinance to crack down on the sale of these forgeries on the streets of Santa Fe. 

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Da Pacem Domine

Snowy Plaza vigil calls attention to New Mexico gun deaths and seeks reform

Local News Over 100 Santa Feans gathered under snowy skies on the Plaza on Saturday to mourn the victims of gun violence in New Mexico and raise a call for reform to state laws.  

Saturday, December 12, 2015 Cole Rehbein
 
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Morning Word: Trump Irreverent at Protested Rally

Morning Word New York billionaire takes a swing at Gov. Susana Martinez after she declines to appear on stage with him or endorse his presidential campaign. ... More

May 25, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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