May 5, 2016

Hello, Future...

A collection of letters about our planet

Features Predicting what comes next isn’t a skill that humans are particularly good at. Yet, being able to cognizantly look to the future and remember the past simultaneously is a trait that differentiates us from the rest of life on Earth.
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Jan. 06, 2016 by SFR

Resolutions

Santa Feans hope, dream and predict for the New Year

Features While you give three cheers for the end of 2015 and read at least five versions of the Top 10 stories of the year, SFR wanted to provide our readers with something else to ponder. ... More

Dec. 23, 2015 by SFR

Climate of Faith

Scientists have spoken on climate change. But will it take a leap of faith for people to change?

Features Four summers ago, a tree fell on a power line, causing a wildfire that ripped through the Jemez Mountains, charring a record-setting 150,000 acres of forest, burning dozens of homes and destroying the Pueblo of Santa Clara’s watershed.
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Dec. 16, 2015 by Laura Paskus

Right This Way

New conflicts and decades-old Pueblo water disputes are at a boiling point

Features A no man’s land exists in the small community of El Rancho, a checkerboard of private property that sits inside the eastern edge of San Ildefonso Pueblo but has long been a part of Santa Fe County. ... More

Nov. 18, 2015 by Thomas Ragan

2015 Winter Guide

Features The nights are cold; the moon is bright; the world seems busy and broken, yet hopeful and connected all at the same time. Winter, it is. ... More

Dec. 09, 2015 by Julie Ann Grimm

Loves Me Not

Gaps in the system mean victims live with and die from domestic violence

Features Could a new tool that informs domestic violence victims if they're likely to die be an effective addition to a legal system that's got gaps big enough to drive a truck through? ... More

Dec. 02, 2015 by Elizabeth Miller

2015 Writing Contest

Crossing the Line

Features As border clashes and bottom lines weighed heavy on our minds, SFR invited writers near and far to explore what happens when one crosses over. ... More

Nov. 25, 2015 by SFR

Giving Back

Even without a uniform, Veterans continue to serve their community

Features Their amputated limbs make us gasp. High suicide rates rob us of their presence too soon. Many are homeless and tortured by post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Nov. 11, 2015 by Peter St. Cyr

Schooled in Two

As bilingual education evolves at SFPS,tests still push an English-only agenda

Features Two generations ago, children who spoke Spanish in Santa Fe schools were made to kneel on pencils or grains of rice. At sports team practices, they were punished with extra laps for talking in their native language. ... More

Nov. 04, 2015 by Elizabeth Miller

The Food Movement

Shaping policy about how Santa Fe gets, grows and learns about food

Features In a city with hundreds of restaurants the head chef at the Blue Corn Brewery on the Southside says everyone deserves the joy of great food produced close to home. ... More

Oct. 21, 2015 by Julie Ann Grimm

Censored

10 big stories virtually ignored in the last year by mainstream media

Features When Sonoma State University professor Carl Jensen started looking into the new media’s practice of self-censorship in 1976, the Internet was only a dream and most computers were still big mainframes with whirling tape reels and vacuum tubes. ... More

Oct. 28, 2015 by Tim Redmond
 

Morning Word: Martinez Administration Claims Fair Pay Act Exemption

Morning Word Two New Mexico Corrections Department employees are suing the state after discovering they make less than their male co-workers. ... More

May 03, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr

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