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Bringing Chaco Home

Restoring the lifeline to New Mexico’s plundered ancestral art

Features Even though Wendy Bustard manages more than 1 million artifacts from 120 sites in Chaco Canyon that are in the custody of the National Park Service, it takes her just a few seconds to come up with it.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016 Julie Ann Grimm

K-9

On the night shift with two cops: a woman and her dog

Features It’s sometimes just easier talking to the dog. At the end of a shift, as she walks back into the building from the parking lot, Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Deputy Vanessa Barnett often hears “What’s up, J...

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Mark Woodward

Something’s Gotta Give

As the city heads into budget talks to address a deficit, no one wants to make cuts or increase taxes

Features No one wants to be the first to make a cut aimed at bringing the city budget into balance, but the reality is that with an estimated $15 million budget shortfall, someone will have to get the scalpel out.

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

The Professor and the Pueblo

Was the disclosure of Acoma traditions exploitation or scholarship?

Features From the moment he picked his way through the crowd and took the stage at Collected Works this fall, it was clear that Peter Nabokov was prepared to face public criticism.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 Lucas Iberico Lozada

Stuck in the Middle

Shrinking enrollment and buildings in need of repair leave Santa Fe’s middle schools with limited options

Features At a time when minds usually wander far from classrooms, the start of winter break this year instead saw students, parents and teachers anxiously gathering to discuss whether their school would even survive to ...

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Elizabeth Miller

Balancing Corruption with the Budget

From ethics reform to campaign finance, this month’s short session has its work cut out for legislators

Features As the New Mexico Legislature prepares to convene for this year’s session, all eyes are upon the House and Senate, as members introduce a dizzying number of bills to try to curb the propensity for corruption ...

Wednesday, January 13, 2016 Thomas Ragan

Hello, Future...

A collection of letters about our planet

Features Predicting what comes next isn’t a skill that humans are particularly good at. Yet, being able to cognizantly look to the future and remember the past simultaneously is a trait that differentiates us from the...

Wednesday, January 6, 2016 SFR

Resolutions

Santa Feans hope, dream and predict for the New Year

Features While you give three cheers for the end of 2015 and read at least five versions of the Top 10 stories of the year, SFR wanted to provide our readers with something else to ponder.

Wednesday, December 23, 2015 SFR

Climate of Faith

Scientists have spoken on climate change. But will it take a leap of faith for people to change?

Features Four summers ago, a tree fell on a power line, causing a wildfire that ripped through the Jemez Mountains, charring a record-setting 150,000 acres of forest, burning dozens of homes and destroying the Pueblo of...

Wednesday, December 16, 2015 Laura Paskus

2015 Winter Guide

Features The nights are cold; the moon is bright; the world seems busy and broken, yet hopeful and connected all at the same time. Winter, it is.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm
 
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Morning Word: Governor Opposes Tax Increases

Morning Word Gov. Susana Martinez prefers deep spending cuts. ... More

Aug. 23, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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