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Local News The June 3 primary election is what’s known as a closed-party primary. That means if you’re a registered Democrat in Santa Fe County, this is the one shot you have at making your opinion apparent.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 SFR

Preschools in Peril

While early education is a campaign buzz word, funding is short

Local News Kid’s Choice is one of more than 500 state-certified early childhood education centers that are in the thick of hard times.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014 Joey Peters

Santa Fe Police Can't Confirm Gunshot Reports

Officers made no contact in responding to pre-dawn calls Saturday in southeast Santa Fe

Local News The Santa Fe Police Department say officers made no contact before dawn on Saturday in responding to reports of gunshots within under two miles of each other.Lt. Louis Carlos tells SFR that officers r

Sunday, May 25, 2014 Justin Horwath

Walkability Group: Don't Completely Ban Cars From Plaza

Walkable and Livable Communities Institute would rather see an incremental approach

Local News  A pedestrian advocacy group that the city contracted with to study Santa Fe's walkability issues isn't fully on board with banning cars from all streets in the Plaza.

Friday, May 23, 2014 SFR

NM Environment Reporter Gets Award

Laura Paskus to travel using grant from journalism institute

Local News The Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources announced today that New Mexico journalist Laura Paskus is among recipients of its Frank Allen Reporting Award. Paskus, a longtime contributor to

Thursday, May 22, 2014 SFR

Tire-slasher Pleads No Contest

Gary Smith is accused of stalking, destroying property of political opponent

Local News  Just one day before his trial was scheduled to begin, former congressional candidate Gary Smith pleaded no contest to aggravated stalking after admitting he slashed the tires on vehicles belonging to h...

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Ride of the Century

Dead last? Maybe. But not dead

Local News My butt hurt and my hands were numb. But I experienced a rush of euphoria as my bicycle odometer turned 100 miles on Sunday.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Tom Sharpe

Walk This Way

Smoothing the edges for safer pedestrians

Local News For two hours every weekday, Dolores Byres leads elementary school kids through a crosswalk in front of Sweeney Elementary School, a spot swarming with traffic at the beginning and end of each school day.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Joey Peters

All Aboard

Should New Mexico subsidize a historic train route?

Local News As small northern New Mexico communities face the prospect of losing service from Amtrak's Southwest Chief, officials are questioning whether New Mexico should pitch in millions in taxpayer money to save the st...

Tuesday, May 20, 2014 Justin Horwath

Marching Against Climate Change

Activists take cross-country walk to confront human causes of climate change

Local News John Jorgenson didn't know what else to do when he found himself urged by administration not to speak about climate change in his high school science classes

Monday, May 19, 2014 Emily Zak
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