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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

Under the Overlay

A look behind the enforcement of the city’s plan to reshape the Southside.

Local News At issue is whether Western Refining Southwest Inc., the parent company of a Giant gas station, can sell liquor at 5741 Airport Road.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Justin Horwath

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

Here Come the Judge

New Santa Fe Magistrate ready to take on bench challenges

Local News But until then, Bevacqua- Young will keep juggling all her other duties as the newest judge on the Santa Fe County Magistrate Court. At 45, she’s the youngest of the four judges on the local bench, a rare Dem...

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Julie Ann Grimm

Crude Awakening

Lamy confronts big oil

Local News The two men who work for an Oklahoma trucking company didn’t expect to be talking down an occasionally menacing crowd in the Tumbleweed Room, a chandelier-decked space adjacent to the barroom of the old Legal...

Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Justin Horwath

Beauty and the Beat Cop

State rules require longer basic training for hairstylists than peace officers

Local News Even as videos of officer-involved shootings and stories of forced rectal exams on drug suspects make national headlines, officials at the New Mexico Law Enforcement Training Academy plan to reduce peace office...

Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Peter St. Cyr

Dine and Dash

Airport director says favorable restaurant lease could risk federal grants

Local News The Internal Revenue Service has levied a federal tax lien on Duke City Gourmet, a limited liability corporation that runs the Santa Fe Airport Grill, a modestly sized American diner located next door to the ai...

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 Joey Peters

Cannabis Tourist

Looking for bud in all the right places

Local News Apprehension overtook me inside the Pueblo Police Department headquarters. As I interviewed an officer, the smell from my jacket pocket must have lingered a few feet in every direction.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 Justin Horwath

Bagged

City outreach on plastic bag ban begins soon— but questions still remain about enforcement

Local News The City of Santa Fe has sunk thousands of taxpayer dollars into its effort to educate citizens about the upcoming ban on plastic bags. But the ban is approaching fast—Feb. 27—and citizens and businesses st...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Justin Horwath

District 2

Council Race Trading Cards

Local News In District 2, a plethora of candidates are lined up to replace outgoing city Councilor Rebecca Wurzburger. The district encompasses the affluent area east of downtown and up Canyon Road to the Sol y Lomas ne...

Wednesday, January 1, 2014 Joey Peters
 
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