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What's Up Docs?

Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center is hiring more doctors—but patients have fewer ch

Local News When he was in private practice, Dr. Gerzain Chavez barely had time to see his patients. There was the mounting paperwork, the struggles with the increasingly Byzantine medical insurance system. His patient bas...

Tuesday, August 5, 2008 Mark Sanders

wing and a prayer

Preservation group seeks city bucks for church repairs.

Local News Nearly 40 local nonprofits are vying for money from the City of Santa Fe. But Cornerstones Community Partnerships is, by far, asking for the most. The group has requested $1.8 million for the restorat

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 Mark Sanders

SFR TALK: Roll The Dice

with john “duff” taylor

Local News John “Duff” Taylor is the executive director of Gaming Operations at the Pueblo of Pojoaque’s new Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 Mark Sanders

Best National News Story 2008

About Santa Fe

Best of Santa Fe Wi-Fi OppositionThe drama began just more than a year ago when Arthur Firstenberg, author of Microwaving Our Planet and president of a national watchdog group called the Cellular Phone Task Force, sho

Thursday, July 24, 2008 Mark Sanders

Voices Carry

Local cell towers on the rise.

Local News New iPhone users may not need to pray for better reception much longer. A proposed AT&T cellular antennae cluster in the chimney of St. John’s United Methodist Church could be the answer to their pray...

Wednesday, July 23, 2008 Mark Sanders

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Man wrongly incarcerated settles with Santa Fe County.

Local News The AKA of a man who already pleaded guilty put Jonathon Chavez behind bars. His story and his settlement with Santa Fe County and the city...

Wednesday, July 16, 2008 Mark Sanders

FADE TO BLACK

Pen’s movie future uncertain

Local News Rain falls on a crumbling and vacant state penitentiary, the site of the country’s deadliest prison riot almost 30 years ago. Lightning strikes a transformer nearby, knocking out electricity to the prison...

Wednesday, July 9, 2008 Mark Sanders

CONSERVATION EASE

Landowners lured by new benefits.

Local News Mike Strugar has witnessed some sketchy land deals go down in the name of earth-friendliness...

Wednesday, June 25, 2008 Mark Sanders

NORTHWEST QUANDARY

Affordable development could displace the homeless

Local News “Awwww, man…am I gonna have to move again?” Those are the first words Christopher says as he drinks a beer in his ramshackle tent, after being told by SFR of the Northwest Quadra

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 Mark Sanders

SUMMER GUIDE 08: SPOKE SPOKESMAN

Expert advice for smooth summer rides

Summer Guide Laurence Malone, 55, has been riding bikes since he was an embryo. Literally. He was born in London while his mother was on a bicycling tour across Europe...

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 Mark Sanders
 
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