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Youngster Rocks GOP Senate Effort

News Briefs Allen Weh sure wasn’t acting victorious following his narrow victory at Saturday’s state Republican Party pre-primary convention. Weh, a former state Republican Party chairman and current candidate for the ...

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Joey Peters

Can’t Touch This

Supreme Court ruling saves home from foreclosure, could have wider effect

Local News Joseph Romero told the lender that the music and clothing shop he owned in Española brought him and his wife a maximum monthly salary of $5,600 before taxes. But he didn’t need to provide documentation of th...

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Joey Peters

Lien Meals at Airport Restaurant

News Briefs SFR reported last month that the IRS had levied a $108,000 federal tax lien against Duke City Gourmet, but now a new lien is on record against the company that runs the Santa Fe Airport Grill, this one for $9,1...

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 Joey Peters

Cracking the PACs

News Briefs Last week, former city Ethics and Campaign Review chairman Fred Rowe filed a complaint to the body accusing Gonzales of wrongly coordinating with two PACs— Progressive Santa Fe and Working Families—as well ...

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Joey Peters

Courting Susana

Tracing the ties between gov and racino owners

Local News And before the state awarded two Louisiana developers the lucrative contract extension that allowed their racino to lease state land for another 25 years, William C Windham and John S Turner Jr. directed tens o...

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Justin Horwath, Joey Peters, Peter St. Cyr

Gender Blind

Local transgender community navigates medical crossroads

Love & Sex Jess Clark, an education and prevention supervisor at Solace Crisis Treatment Center in Santa Fe, agrees and says oftentimes transgender people get “misgendered” at the doctor’s office, “from someone ca...

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Joey Peters

Private Money in Public Campaign

News Briefs But whether such a practice violates the city’s public finance code is another question. A quick refresher: the Northern New Mexico Central Labor Council (CLC), an umbrella organization of local labor unions,...

Wednesday, February 5, 2014 Joey Peters

Service Stop

Houses are plentiful, but doctors and social safety nets remain at a distance

Local News Denisse Rodriguez, who cleans houses for a living, recalls a recent day when she had to juggle a maternity appointment at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, a doctor appointment for her 8-year-old da...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Joey Peters

Women at Work

Guadalupe Angeles’ status as an undocumented immigrant living in Santa Fe’s Southside leaves her—and others like her—with limited job opportunities.

Local News Angeles takes part in Mujeres de Adelante, a “homeless mothers” cooperative where she makes items such as soap, lima bean soup and special teas. She’s one of five women who participate in the program, whi...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Joey Peters

District 3

City Council Trading Cards

Features But as he pursues a third term on the governing body he’s spawned a fiery challenger in Angelo Jaramillo, a 37-year-old activist, state employee and writer who dismisses Dominguez’ style of leadership as no...

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Joey Peters
 
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