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Locals take on 2009 with resolutions far and wide

Local News A 2005 study conducted by motivational author Stephen Shapiro showed that only 45 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions and, of those, a full quarter never follow through. Only 8 percent achiev...

Wednesday, January 7, 2009 Dave Maass

Writers' Block

One Democrat’s scandals kept the stories flowing

Features Jerome Block Jr. lied, missued campaign funds and came under investigation by the offices of the Secretary of State and the New Mexico Attorney General. He still won.

Tuesday, December 23, 2008 Dave Maass

Political Price Tag

City mulls publicly financed campaigns during lean times

Local News Back in March, taking money out of politics sounded good to Santa Fe voters, who overwhelmingly approved a measure to create publicly financed campaigns. But in the months since Charter Amendment 4 passed with ...

Wednesday, December 17, 2008 Dave Maass

Farewell Rabbit Ears

NM is not ready for digital TV

Local News When the nation switches TV transmission techniques next year, New Mexicans may see static.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008 Dave Maass

Train of Thought

Culture commuters demand Rail Runner access

Music Features The Rail Runner is the little engine that could run at night, Santa Feans are worried it won’t—at least not enough.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008 Dave Maass

Blockgate Continues

State auditor opens file on newest PRC commissioner

Local News The country’s youngest statewide elected official, State Auditor Hector Balderas, has his sights set on New Mexico’s youngest public regulation commissioner, Jerome Block Jr.

Wednesday, November 26, 2008 Dave Maass

political futures

It’s time for the next New Mexico shake-up

Local News Mix and match the New Mexico politicians with their new pieces of the power pie.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008 Dave Maass

god complex

Monument enters church/state debate

Local News Santa Fe’s top teenage-make out spot is now part of the great debate of the separation of church and state. The city of Santa Fe has teamed up with a group of conservative Utahan legislators to support th...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Dave Maass

SFR TALK: Human Frailty

With María Sánchez-Gagne

Interviews When human trafficking came up in the New Mexico Legislature earlier in the 2008 session, victims’ advocates had to tread carefully: State officials were hesitant to get involved in enforcing federal immi...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Dave Maass

Block to the Future

Win or lose Nov. 4, Jerome Block Jr. has explaining to do

Local News What remains unknown is the full extent of Jerome Block Jr’s malfeasance. For that information, New Mexico will have to wait weeks, if not months. SFR has learned that Secretary of State Mary Herrera&rsqu...

Wednesday, October 29, 2008 Dave Maass
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