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Santa Fe City Council approves ordinance that requires labeling single-occupant bathrooms with gender-neutral signage

Local News Alex McDonough and his brother were both born and raised in Santa Fe, but a recent tour of the city left them feeling less than at home. “My brother is transgender, and we spent an evening walking a...

Thursday, June 25, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

El Rio Unanimously Denied

City Council votes against the proposed apartment complex on Agua Fría

Local News Santa Fe City Councilors voted unanimously against the proposed El Rio apartment complex on Agua Fría Street between the road and the Santa Fe River. As preface to his vote against the issue, Councilor Ch...

Thursday, June 25, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Film Genies to Grant Wish

Local News Is your couch-surfing cousin the next George RR Martin or Stanley Kubrick? The New Mexico Film Foundation wants to give away two $5,000 grants for up-and-comers in Tamalewood.

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Rumble in El Rio

West-side apartment complex fight hits City Council

Local News A proposed apartment complex on Agua Fría Street is triggering some age-old conflicts in Santa Fe, and a looming vote by the City Council could be a defining choice about how development will or won’t meet h...

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Taxation and Representation

Cities of Española and Santa Fe want district court to nullify latest county tax increase

Local News For years, dozens of businesses along Riverside Drive in Española have been coughing up the money for a variety of taxes imposed on them by Santa Fe County while receiving what they describe as a bare minimum ...

Wednesday, June 24, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Opening Open Space

Santa Fe County Commission sets aside $150,000 to solve its open space woes

Local News The Ortiz Mountains Educational Preserve, shuttered to the public for a month, may be reopened for occasional guided tours, in keeping with the spirit of the parcel -- an outdoor mining museum at 8,000 feet.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Veto Pen

Gov. Martinez strikes through capital projects, mostly those carried by Democrats

Local News Democratic lawmakers felt the brunt of  Gov. Susana Martinez's 42 capital outlay project vetoes, with 27 of those projects sponsored solely by Democrats.But Martinez did veto some GO

Tuesday, June 23, 2015 New Mexico In Depth

Leaving Wildfires Alone

Laissez-faire approach to small fire in Santa Fe National Forest clears out dry fuels, reduces intensity of future fires there

Local News The blue haze seen on Santa Fe’s horizon over the weekend was the result of a 3,500 acre fire burning west of Socorro just outside the community of Magdalena in the Cibola National Forest.

Monday, June 22, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Our View: SF New Mexican’s Caitlyn Jenner cartoon a misstep

Joining a sad trend, the former athlete/reality TV star was lampooned in ‘No Reservations’ comic strip

Local News Caté's strip in yesterday’s paper, published next to "Peanuts," was neither interesting, funny nor thought-provoking. The cartoonist strayed from shining a light on the perils of cultural appropriation and h...

Friday, June 19, 2015 Enrique Limón

Diamonds Are Forever

Construction of $20 million interchange begins next week at Cerrillos Road and I-25

Local News Buckle up and prepare for various lane closures along I-25 next week in both directions at Cerrillos Road.

Friday, June 19, 2015 Thomas Ragan
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