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Topic: economy

Slight Improvement In Housing Sales: Was June The Cruelest Month?

Some of Alan Ball's friends tell him he's the most negative person they know. So he laughed when SFR told him he was the most optimistic person we'd spoken to all day. Ball, who manages Southwest Title & Es...

Monday, August 10, 2009 by Corey Pein

Job Cuts at Northern NM's largest Employer? (Updated)

If there's any truth to this anonymous tip posted on Frank Young's feisty LANL blog, northern New Mexico stands to lose hundreds more well-paying jobs. I've got an email out to a media rep at the Lab and will u...

Tuesday, July 7, 2009 by Corey Pein

Rep. Luján's Stimulus Map

This is pretty cool, even if the airport is on the wrong side of town*, and my stimulus request isn't on it. From Luján's flack Mark Nicastre: Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Ben Ray Luján launched his “Reco...

Tuesday, July 21, 2009 by Corey Pein

The Star of This Show

This morning a notice for a job fair for the new Flying Star Café showed up in my inbox. Wow, someone's hiring. And the Flying Star is actually going to open Read More

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 by Patricia Sauthoff

Taking On the Task

Governor Bill Richardson held a press conference at the College of Santa Fe this morning to announce the formation of a task force whose job it will be to find a financially viable way to keep the College of Sa...

Tuesday, March 24, 2009 by Patricia Sauthoff

The other green economy

A question posed by stencil graffiti vandal somewhere downtown. You got an answer?

Saturday, April 18, 2009 by SFR Staff

Bucks for Beauty

Now that the auto industry and the banks have gotten a big old slice of the bailout pie it's time for starving artists to get a few veggies in their bowls of rice. That's right. New Mexico Governor Bill Richard...

Friday, April 10, 2009 by Patricia Sauthoff

An A from Education

On Friday morning the Senate Education Committee allowed HB577 to stay alive. The unanimous vote followed more than an hour of lively discussion that bounced from strictly education issues to financial ones. Th...

Friday, March 6, 2009 by Patricia Sauthoff

Spring Broke

Spring break is usually a time for college students to hit the beaches, drink to excess and embarrass their parents by appearing in Girls Gone Wild videos. For teachers it's a week without classes to kick back,...

Monday, March 16, 2009 by Patricia Sauthoff

Santa Fe Economy Slowed In January

Santa Fe's share of state gross receipts tax revenues, a measure of local spending, fell 5.71 percent in January, according to city finance director David Millican. That monthly drop would make the year-to-date...

Wednesday, March 18, 2009 by Corey Pein
 
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