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Medi-Cuts

In Brief

Local News In an effort to save money and time, the state will soon start negotiating with the federal government to redesign Medicaid.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Joey Peters

Dead Men Walking

In Brief

Local News On Nov. 10, the New Mexico Supreme Court affirmed the conviction and two life sentences of Robert Ray Fry in a 1996 Farmington double murder.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Joey Peters

Hydrotherapy

End of the world or great spa opportunity?

Winter Guide Pondering a doomsday 2012 scenario, I wondered which Santa Fe offering I would visit if I had only 24 hours to go. Then it hit me: Were I facing inevitable death, I’d want to be as relaxed as possible.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 Joey Peters

Legal Status

Can Tesuque Pueblo boot undocumented tenants?

Local News Tesuque Pueblo Trailer Village resident Alicia Olivas is worried that a new tribal policy will split her family up.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Joey Peters

Burn Scars

Indicators: Nov. 09

Local News Northern New Mexico suffered many losses after the Las Conchas fire engulfed 150,000 acres this summer.

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Joey Peters

The Big Picture

The Matrix

Local News SFR's Weekly Matrix

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Joey Peters

Train in Vain?

Once a beacon of progress, the Rail Runner now faces an uncertain future

Features It’s 6 pm in the middle of the week, and two-thirds of the seats on a southbound New Mexico Rail Runner Express train are full. Most of the passengers are coming home from a long day of work in Santa Fe. They...

Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Joey Peters

Cani-Bust

Nearly five years in, Medical Cannabis Program still has headaches

Local News Before her doctor recommended daily doses of medical marijuana, Krista Robbins frequently blacked out. Later, she would awaken with multiple self-inflicted cuts on her body. One was so bad that it required 80 s...

Wednesday, November 2, 2011 Joey Peters

High Coss

Not everyone is on board with the mayor’s bond proposal

Local News Mayor David Coss spent most of his Oct. 19 State of the City address pushing a $30 million bond proposal slated to go before voters in March’s city elections. Coss bills it as the “Opportunity and Quality o...

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Joey Peters

Court Fees

Indicators: Oct. 26

Local News If the JSC’s budget remains the same next fiscal year, commission employees will be forced to take two weeks of unpaid leave.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 Joey Peters
 
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