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Digging Dirt

In Brief

Local News In Santa Fe, the development process includes a somewhat unique step: the archaeological survey. During the boom years, the city’s Archaeological Review Committee could see as many as 100 surveys in a yea...

Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Andrew Thompson

Self-Serving Justice

Economy contributes to increasing pro se court cases

Local News In August 2009, Inara Cedrins walked into St. Elizabeth Shelter. Four months later, she left so dissatisfied that she filed a lawsuit. The suit, filed in March of this year, charges St. Elizabeth with not adequ...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Andrew Thompson

Show Him the Money

In Brief

Local News Railyard Company LLC, whose suspect dealings have been well-chronicled in these pages, now has to contend with its own in-house disorder.

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Andrew Thompson

Close to Home

Indicators: Oct. 6

Local News By now, the narrative of Santa Fe as rustic-settlement-cum-tourist-trap is old, and so are the shouts from those who can afford little more than a place in the settlement. But according to a ranking of legislat...

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Andrew Thompson

Bet the Farm

Food advocates hope to sow benefits for local growers.

Last week, the Santa Fe Food Policy Council took its first field trip down to the southern edge of the county to see how farmers are faring. They’re faring, council members say. But barely.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Andrew Thompson

Crowdsourcing

In Brief

Local News The flier first caught the eye of Santa Fe activist Sloan Cunningham as she perused a local bulletin board. It announces a 5-6 pm, Oct. 13 candidate reception for Republicans John Sanchez and Dianna Duran&mdash...

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 Andrew Thompson
 
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