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political postmortem

Companies bid farewell to election dollars.

Local News For the last two years, New Mexican voters have been bombarded with the sights and sounds of the 2008 election. And the companies responsible for all the election collateral have been enjoying the influx of cas...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Mark Sanders

Leaders 2.0

Meet the next generation of movers and shakers

Features These young movers and shakers aren’t necessarily thinking about running for office one day. They mostly are focused on the present—whether it involves making thought-provoking films, working after ...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Mark Sanders

justice backlog

Domestic violence cases overwhelm system

Local News The 1st Judicial District Attorney’s Office hasn’t prosecuted more than half of the felony domestic violence cases it has handled since January 2006. Deborah Potter, a victim's advocate in

Wednesday, October 29, 2008 Mark Sanders

being served?

Advocates question election-night process

Local News The enormous interest generated by the 2008 presidential election, along with past discrepancies at the polls and New Mexico’s status as a battleground state, has voter-rights advocates paying p

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Mark Sanders

SFR Talk: breaking Free

With Carol Horwitz

Interviews October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Carol Horwitz has been the domestic violence and sexual assault liaison for the City of Santa Fe since March 2007. She worked for five years as a program m...

Wednesday, October 22, 2008 Mark Sanders

Scrapping

Hard times lead to metal theft

Local News The Santa Fe Police Department has had multiple reports of copper theft so far in 2008, including repeated thefts of copper wiring at St. Catherine Indian School. “We’ve had huge problems there this...

Wednesday, October 15, 2008 Mark Sanders

empty beds

Concerns raised about changes to juvenile offender program

Local News Recent changes at Santa Fe’s Youth Development Program have some concerned. As of Oct. 1, the state agency responsible for housing juvenile inmates throughout New Mexico—Children, Youth and Families...

Wednesday, October 8, 2008 Mark Sanders

Pop Quiz

First Judicial District Judges—Retention

Local News On Nov. 4, Santa Fe voters will be asked whether or not to retain judges in the First Judicial District. Judges must receive 57 percent affirmative votes for retention. This week, we submitted three of the judg...

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 Mark Sanders

Eureka!

Meet 10 local inventors ready to change your world

Features Visit the US Patent Office’sand you will see drawings and explanations of thousands of patented inventions. Nationally, New Mexico ranks near the bottom of the patent hierarchy, both on a per capita basis...

Wednesday, October 1, 2008 Mark Sanders

voter push

Attempts to rock the vote rock the boat

Local News It remains to be seen if New Mexico’s past problems with voter irregularities—in Rio Arriba County andelsewhere—have become a joking matter. A massive surge of voter-registration drivesleading...

Wednesday, September 24, 2008 Mark Sanders
 
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