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Scandal!

What every New Mexican needs to know about Emailgate

Features Like most scandals, Emailgate started small.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 SFR

Emailgate A to Z(ish)

A “shadow governor,” child porn and “a man of suspect character”

Features It all started one year ago, when SFR and other media outlets received a large cache of leaked emails...

You've Got Email

TIMELINE: Martinez’ rise to power and the evolution of Emailgate

Features Summer 2009: Las Cruces District Attorney Susana Martinez, a Republican, launches her campaign for governor.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Joey Peters

Who Said It?

Features Each of the following quotes pertains to one of three people:

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 SFR

Six Degrees of Susana

We took your Kevin Bacon bar game and raised you a governor. One might even say we took it to the #nextLEVEL. Boom

Features We took your Kevin Bacon bar game and raised you a governor. One might even say we took it to the #nextLEVEL. Boom

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 SFR

Breaking Good

As police battle the spread of heroin, one woman battles a crippling addiction

Features A petite 21-year-old woman named Emilia sits outside Counter Culture Café on a sunny afternoon, eating a sandwich as large as her head.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 Daniel Edward Rosen

Cinderella Story

Santa Fe Fuego: America's worst, most lovable baseball team

Features Santa Fe’s hometown baseball team was a scrappy underdog from the start.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 SFR

Downs Doings

Sources: FBI has conducted interviews about controversial racino deal

Features The Federal Bureau of Investigation recently interviewed former campaign staffers for Republican Gov. Susana Martinez about a lucrative racino lease awarded to a politically connected company

Tuesday, May 28, 2013 Justin Horwath and Joey Peters

The Canary in the Copper Mine (is dead)

How New Mexico's copper industry wrote its own rules

Features Close your eyes, and picture a radical. Bill Olson is not that guy. With a neat brown beard and a fondness for western shirts and jackets, even the occasional bolo tie, he’s the quintessential water nerd.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Laura Paskus

Mexico, USA

On Pajarito Mesa, there’s no running water, no electricity and only two roads. But there’s plenty of patriotism.

Features There are no rich people in Pajarito,” Juan Gomez Guerrero says. Guerrero, a small, wiry man in his late 50s, is helping a neighbor bang a pile of wooden pallets into a crude fence.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 Joseph Sorrentino
 
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