May 3, 2016
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Meet Your New Park

SWAN Park in Tierra Conenta has its grand opening this weekend

Local News While Santa Fe’s Southside still has fewer acres of parkland per capita than other parts of the city, a new regional recreational space now welcomes visitors in the form of the Southwest Area Node Regional Pa...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

One Issue, Many Hands

City’s domestic violence coordinator position is fully funded for the first time in years

Local News In the wake of the years that saw New Mexico mark a statewide crisis in domestic violence, having witnessed horrific homicides in 2009, Santa Fe’s coordinator for domestic violence and sexual assault nearly v...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

The Fiestas Fallout

City councilors propose symposium, more research in wake of protest

Local News Nearly two dozen people demonstrated at a historical re-enactment during Fiestas. They wanted to remind the crowd that while Native Americans were killed in the reconquest of Santa Fe, the city’s ceremony ign...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Rolling Forward

Bicyclists tell city they want dedicated lanes and some are on the way

Local News Protected bicycle lanes should be at the top of the list for future city biking infrastructure, according to results from a survey that’s part of the newest Santa Fe Metropolitan Public Transit Master Plan ef...

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Not Guilty

Secretary of State Dianna Duran responds to 64-count complaint of fraud, embezzlement in Santa Fe court arraignment

Local News In her first public appearance since the state attorney general slapped down a criminal indictment against her, New Mexico’s Secretary of State Dianna Duran sat mostly stonefaced in a Santa Fe courtroom this ...

Tuesday, September 15, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Gotta Gear Up to Get Out

Atalaya Search and Rescue hosts second fundraiser for training, gear

Local News If you get lost or injured in the woods, it’s not the police or sheriff department that comes searching for you. It’s a crew of search and rescue volunteers, hiking in mostly their own gear, who have dedica...

Friday, September 11, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Las Soleras Homes Get Go-Ahead

City Council gives conditional approval that hinges on a school, a gate, a park and a tax credit

Local News Hundreds of market-rate homes to be built in Las Soleras could be accompanied by an affordable housing development, if a plan that city councilors approved at midnight comes to fruition.  

Thursday, September 10, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Figuring Out Open Space

Santa Fe County to spend $150,000 on one firm to manage its open space problems

Local News Santa Fe County is looking for a good company to figure out a long-term management plan for three of its open space properties, and officials plan to spend $150,000 to get it all squared away by April next year...

Thursday, September 10, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Art Funds in Surplus

Local News With the news that a fund for public art in Santa Fe is sitting on a stockpile of $360,000, the city’s Art in Public Places Committee is debating new ways to use the money.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Following the Law

Local News Sunday, Sept. 13, marks the 10th year that local hippie phenom Lisa Law plans to appear in the Historical/Hysterical Parade, this time around the theme being “Imagine,” a play on the great John Lennon song.

Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Thomas Ragan
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Morning Word: Justices Review Courtroom Closure Procedures

Morning Word The New Mexico Supreme Court is considering when and how to close a courtroom during a public trial and discovering it's a risky legal proposition. ... More

May 02, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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