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Annexed Anxiety?

News Briefs Come the new year, more than 13,000 residents of Santa Fe County are set to become city residents via annexation. The vast majority—roughly 11,000 people—live just north and south of Tierra Contenta, a mixe...

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Joey Peters

Supermayor!

SFR brings back its city election trading cards

Local News All three remaining candidates for mayor have superpowers. They’ve already fended off several potential opponents who dropped out of the fight before it really began, and now they’ll face each other for t...

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Joey Peters

Failing Fleet

News Briefs Santa Fe is in danger of losing nearly half its public transit bus fleet with no immediate way to pay for replacement buses. By 2016, the city will need to retire 12 of the city’s 36 buses because their compr...

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Joey Peters

Denied Flyers

News Briefs Santa Fe is in danger of losing nearly half its publictransit bus fleet with no immediate way to pay for replacement buses. By 2016, the city will need to retire 12 of the city’s 36 buses because their compre...

Wednesday, December 11, 2013 Joey Peters

Above Average, But Why?

A look at trends behind NM’s troubling rise in infant deaths

Local News Newborn infants in New Mexico should be experiencing healthier births. Teen pregnancy rates are declining, and more pregnant women are receiving early prenatal care. But babies are dying more often, according t...

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Joey Peters

Little Luminaries

Down low or up high, farolitos reign supreme

Winter Guide “The ladies had Japanese lanterns,” Gracie Olivas, a Santa Fe resident who’s been lighting farolitos for decades, explains. “When those burned out, they used their papers from their dishes that had been...

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Joey Peters

All Politics is Local

News Briefs In its day, Debbie Jaramillo’s 1994 upset mayoral victory was seen by many as a referendum on Mayor Sam Pick’s pro-development policies in Santa Fe during the 1980s and early 1990s. When the two s

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Joey Peters

Wurzburger Continues Mayoral Run

News Briefs Despite not qualifying for public financing for her run for mayor, City Councilor Rebecca Wurzbuger will stay in the race—at least for the time being. After hearing this week that roughly 40-5

Wednesday, December 4, 2013 Joey Peters

Savage Cut

Local filmmaker’s take on nuclear tests clashes with PBS

Local News The scene opens with a shot of a green island surrounded by blue ocean waters and the voice of documentarian Adam Horowitz explaining his lifelong enchantment with the Pacific Islands. What he fou

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Joey Peters

Public Finance Woes

News Briefs A former campaign manager for mayoral candidate Patti Bushee alleges the longtime city councilor violated the city’s public campaign finance code. Tarin Nix, who worked on the Bushee campaign for ab

Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Joey Peters
 
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