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Santa Fe's first Walmart applies for liquor license through state; City Council to set public hearing

Local News The "old Walmart" on Cerrillos Road, in between Siler Road and Richards Avenue, is applying for a liquor license with the state, SFR has learned.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 Thomas Ragan

La Femme Anita

Twenty-four years after the televised Clarence Thomas hearings, Anita Hill is wiser, stronger

Local News Last Sunday evening, during a talk titled “Reimagining Equality,” Anita Hill took the Lensic stage. The evening, moderated by Spelman College’s Beverly Guy-Sheftall, was part of the Women’s Internationa...

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 Enrique Limón

Credit Where It's Due

ABQ Journal Admits It Used SFR Reporting in Front-Page Story

Local News While New Mexico continues waiting to learn who will get permission for new medical cannabis licenses, the state's largest newspaper is fessing up that it used SFR's reporting in a front-page story

Monday, September 21, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

Light a Good Fire

Santa Fe Watershed scheduled to burn this weekend

Local News It’s a strange paradox that while wildfires rage across northern California, destroying thousands of acres of forests and towns, conditions in New Mexico are right to allow the US Forest Service to set fires ...

Friday, September 18, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

Congress Stalls

New Mexico's national monuments, battlefield sites, local parks could lose millions of dollars in federal funding

Local News It’s not as though everybody is running scared, but Congress has just under two weeks to reauthorize millions of dollars in funding that  traditionally has preserved and national monuments and battlefiel...

Thursday, September 17, 2015 Thomas Ragan

The Race Is Off

City pulls plug on 8th annual triathlon due to safety concerns

Local News Hundreds of athletes who have been training on bikes, on running trails and in swimming pools for the city's annual triathlon this month can take a breather. Officials have called off the event for this year.

Thursday, September 17, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

SoS Under Fire

No political theater as secretary of state enters ‘not guilty’ plea and impeachment investigation kicks off

Local News There wasn’t much political jockeying in Santa Fe’s state district court on Tuesday when New Mexico Secretary of State Dianna Duran entered a plea of not guilty to a 64-count criminal complaint.

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Thomas Ragan

Meet Your New Park

SWAN Park in Tierra Conenta has its grand opening this weekend

Local News While Santa Fe’s Southside still has fewer acres of parkland per capita than other parts of the city, a new regional recreational space now welcomes visitors in the form of the Southwest Area Node Regional Pa...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Julie Ann Grimm

One Issue, Many Hands

City’s domestic violence coordinator position is fully funded for the first time in years

Local News In the wake of the years that saw New Mexico mark a statewide crisis in domestic violence, having witnessed horrific homicides in 2009, Santa Fe’s coordinator for domestic violence and sexual assault nearly v...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Elizabeth Miller

The Fiestas Fallout

City councilors propose symposium, more research in wake of protest

Local News Nearly two dozen people demonstrated at a historical re-enactment during Fiestas. They wanted to remind the crowd that while Native Americans were killed in the reconquest of Santa Fe, the city’s ceremony ign...

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Thomas Ragan
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Morning Word: WIPP Could Reopen This Year

New Mexico Environment Department cautiously optimistic

Morning Word The Waste Isolation Pilot Plant could reopen this year if everything falls into place.  ... More

Feb. 09, 2016 by Peter St. Cyr


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