Feb. 12, 2016
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Reversing Course

Governor says state will release identities of medical cannabis producers

Local News New Mexico’s governor is apparently rolling over a medical cannabis secrecy stance before the state even begins to try to defend a lawsuit pushing for the release of information about those issued licenses to...

Thursday, July 16, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm


Local News The city of Santa Fe says it’s making inroads in reaching out to the lower-income communities on Santa Fe’s Southside, enlightening residents about their housing rights through a Spanish-language comic book...

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Dinosaurs and Our Destiny

New research from Ghost Ranch finds carbon dioxide led to weather extremes for dinosaurs

Local News Amid the red and tan hills near Ghost Ranch is a fossil dig site that’s been unveiling some of the distant past and solving a mystery that’s long troubled paleontologists.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Growin’ in the Free World

From rock ’n’ roll to cattle tanks, they’re protesting Monsanto and its ilk

Local News While Neil Young rages against Monsanto’s corporate control of agriculture on a tour this summer, more than a few Santa Feans are singing alongside him, only they’re operating on smaller stages and away fro...

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Owing for Some Om'ing

Santa Fe Yoga Festival's teachers say debts remain unpaid nearly a year later

Local News As the second Santa Fe Yoga Festival’s opening ceremonies, scheduled for Aug. 6, approach, teachers from the first festival last year say they remain unpaid. 

Tuesday, July 14, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Sacred Lands Ban in Court

Environmental groups make their case against BLM's permitting practices

Local News The lawsuit challenging the Bureau of Land Management’s current approach of issuing one oil and gas development permit at a time, rather than considering the cumulative effects of all the wells in an area on ...

Monday, July 13, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Walk, Don't Walk

Santa Fe releases plan for having a more pedestrian-friendly city

Local News In an increasingly carbon-conscious world, in a city that’s looking to attract young people by enabling the car-free lifestyles they enjoy, in a place where people want to walk to run errands or exercise or g...

Saturday, July 11, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Export Leader

New national report says Santa Fe among leading cities with growth in outgoing goods

Local News Think our economy is floundering? Here’s a nugget to add to your perspective: Santa Fe ranks as the No. 5 metropolitan area in the nation for export growth, according to a new report released by the US D...

Friday, July 10, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Secrets Suck

Lawsuit seeks documents to reveal state's methods on licensing for medical cannabis producers

Local News The state shouldn’t be able to keep secrets about who’s been awarded licenses from the state to grow and sell cannabis, argues a lawsuit filed this week in district court. 

Friday, July 10, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Creatively Financed

City Council agrees to transfer $3 million from water fund, says next year they'll balance the budget

Local News  A $3 million transfer from the Santa Fe’s water utility fund will be used to balance the city budget this year in a financial shuffle approved by City Council at almost 1 am Thursday.

Thursday, July 9, 2015 Elizabeth Miller
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Morning Word: Santa Fe Considers Trimming Payroll

Councilors ask staff managers to plan for job cuts

Morning Word City managers asked to present a plan that focuses on attrition and other "reasonable reductions" without cutting essential services like police, fire and public utilities. ... More

Feb. 11, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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