June 29, 2016
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Where There's Fire

Map shows where methane emissions from natural gas and oil wells put public health at risk

Local News Nationwide, 12.4 million people live within half a mile of an oil or gas well, and within that radius, they are at risk for increased incidence of cancer and life-threatening respiratory ailments. 

Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Santa Feans Stand with Orlando

Santa Fe Stands with Orlando vigil draws hundreds of locals

Local News Just 12 days from the planned celebration of Santa Fe Pride at the same spot, hundreds gathered on the Plaza to mourn the victims of the Orlando mass shootings and to band together in solidarity for the LGBT co...

Monday, June 13, 2016 Maria Egolf-Romero

Better, Faster, Stronger Elections

Santa Fe County was super slow on primary results

Local News If you watched election returns in Santa Fe County Tuesday evening, you probably stayed up pretty late. It took more than an hour after polls closed for the public to see partial results, and for many races, fi...

Friday, June 10, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Toss a Pitch

Entrepreneurs compete in city contest for new business ideas

Local News Sam Taub wants to bring New York-style Jewish baked goods to Santa Fe with his company, Flour & Water. Eliza Lutz already has four artists signed to her recording label, Matron Records.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Andrew Koss

Options, Opposition

The health community has some questions about a new hospital coming to Santa Fe

Local News For 151 years, Santa Fe has only had one full-service hospital. With a June 2 development plan approval from the city, Presbyterian Healthcare Services is on track to build a second.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Into the Night

Serna squeaks through primary for district attorney

Local News A political newcomer riding on an energetic grassroots campaign eked past two opponents, including an incumbent appointee, in the tight Democratic primary for the local district attorney’s office.

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 Steven Hsieh

Testing Troubles

Year’s end sees little information on how students are doing, but lots of talk about too many standardized tests

Local News For all the time and money spent on testing in Santa Fe’s schools, teachers say the results come so late and include so little information that half of their promised purpose—to guide instruction—is rende...

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Silence Is Deafening

Martinez administration dodges interview requests with an army of spokespeople who do not speak

Local News There are no shortages of warm and fuzzy profiles, photo opportunities and national press stories about New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, but access to the governor and her top cabinet-level officials is nearly ...

Wednesday, June 1, 2016 Peter St. Cyr

Coming Down

Santa Fe County plans to spend $33 million to demolish old junior high for new office building

Local News The old downtown courthouse on Catron Street is coming down to make space for a new county administrative building. The question is when. County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously declared their in

Tuesday, May 31, 2016 Steven Hsieh

‘Our World Needs You’

First lady's speech to Santa Fe Indian School graduates charges them to spread their values to the rest of the country

Local News To go forth and change not just the world, but what the world thinks of you, became the charge given to the 2016 graduates of the Santa Fe Indian School by Michelle Obama.

Thursday, May 26, 2016 Elizabeth Miller
 
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Morning Word: PNM Questioned about Rate Increase

Morning Word Investor-owed utility claims it needs to charge customers more to offset investments in alternative energy resources and to offset the price of its nuclear-generated power.  ... More

June 28, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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