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TIMELINE: Martinez’ rise to power and the evolution of Emailgate

Features Summer 2009: Las Cruces District Attorney Susana Martinez, a Republican, launches her campaign for governor.

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 Joey Peters

Balloon Payments

More high-level state workers collect lavish per diem payouts

Local News When SFR reported last month that a top state employee got taxpayers to pay him an extra $30,000 for his work commute...

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 Joey Peters

Cog in the Machine

Former NMFA head unpacks the Martinez administration’s plan to gut the agency

Local News Less than a week after being elected New Mexico’s first Republican governor in eight years, Susana Martinez tapped a Beltway veteran to take on one of her most important tasks.

Tuesday, May 21, 2013 Joey Peters

Hidden Fees

Top state official spends $30,000 in taxpayer money—on top of his $115K salary

Local News As a top official in one of New Mexico’s largest agencies, Bradley McGrath is one of the highest-profile state employees.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013 Joey Peters

Slaughterhorse-Five

The inner workings of NM’s first equine slaughterhouse

Local News Ever since late 2011, when Valley Meat Company applied to the US Department of Agriculture to open a horse slaughterhouse in Roswell, animal rights activists around the country have been up in arms over the ide...

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 Joey Peters

Best Happy Hour Deals

SFR's 2013 Bar Guide

Bar & Nightlife Guide Though happy hours are popular at well-known Santa Fe destinations like the Cowgirl, many of the city’s best end-of-the-workday deals remain well-kept secrets.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Joey Peters

Water Fight

As developers scramble for approval, critics worry about water

Local News For years, Santa Fe County officials have been working on a development code that would incentivize smaller, more sustainable subdivisions.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Joey Peters

Free Beer

Is beer’s new tax break an economic silver bullet?

Features Chris Goblet is wearing a dark suit with a black-and-white striped button-down—unusually formal attire for a man whose business is beer.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 Joey Peters

Between the Lines

As literacy funding dips, tension among nonprofits grows

Local News Here’s a shocking statistic: Nearly half of all New Mexicans can’t read at a sixth-grade level.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013 Joey Peters

Pride in Limbo

The legal confusion about same-sex marriage

Local News Last week, Santa Fe City Attorney Geno Zamora made headlines by announcing that same-sex marriage is legal in New Mexico, and urging county clerks to begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013 Joey Peters
 
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