A beloved former judge and a tarnished former sheriff both born and raised in Santa Fe met again in the most intimate of ways at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, just before Thanksgiving.
The federal government has put grant money on the table for the state’s taking, this time specifically to preserve habitats and study species often overshadowed—and therefore underfunded—by their huntable and fishable brethren.
Perhaps the greatest threat posed to our future generations is the one we seem to be letting drift quietly into obscurity: that 15,000 nuclear weapons exist now, any one of them capable of wiping out a city in seconds.
Local News The Santa Fe Police Department on Wednesday released lapel cam footage of a demonstration against president-elect Donald Trump, including footage of three arrests that took place afterward. ... More
Local News Scores of water users gathered at the Cities of Gold Hotel for a yet another meeting over a centuries-old conflict. Lawyers, tribal governors, and County representatives sat alongside offic ... More
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