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Feb. 10, 2016
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7 Days

From July 7

July 7, 2010, 12:00 am
By SFR

1
State Police officers seize more than 8,000 marijuana plants.
Maybe they can donate them to the Department of Health.

2
Public Service Company will hold public meetings to get input on its new energy plan.
How about public meetings for input on its proposed rate hike?

3
Census shows that small communities in New Mexico are the fastest growing.
And that’s not even counting bears.

4
Frito pies make list for New Mexico’s contribution to the nation’s fattiest foods.
Chiles rellenos are demanding a recount.

5
College of Santa Fe changes its name.
Hold onto those CSF diplomas—they just became collectors’ items.

6
City Councilor Matthew Ortiz suggests city’s ethics code may need more clarity.
How’s this—right: in accordance with what is good, proper or just; wrong: not in accordance with what is morally right or good.


7
Qwest goes to court over city’s new telcom ordinance, saying the city raised Qwest’s fees just to generate more revenue.
Behavior incomprehensible to a private corporation!

 

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