Sept. 25, 2017
Topic: economy

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AG’s Office struggles to recover funds after Medicaid fraud

Local News Two months ago, Attorney General Gary King indicted Joseph and Catherine Hernandez of Medicaid fraud with charges that would require them to pay around $78,600 back to the state.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Free Beer

Is beer’s new tax break an economic silver bullet?

Features Chris Goblet is wearing a dark suit with a black-and-white striped button-down—unusually formal attire for a man whose business is beer.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Between the Lines

As literacy funding dips, tension among nonprofits grows

Local News Here’s a shocking statistic: Nearly half of all New Mexicans can’t read at a sixth-grade level.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Farmer’s Market

Green-marketing guru Carolyn Parrs on doing business in a green economy

Living Green Carolyn Parrs is the CEO and co-founder of Mind Over Markets, a local green-marketing firm celebrating its 10th anniversary, as well as the new board president of the Santa Fe Green Chamber of Commerce.

Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Alexa Schirtzinger


Everything you need to know to survive the “fiscal cliff”

Local News Five Questions Everything you wanted to know (didn’t you?) about the impending fiscal cliff

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 Alexa Schirtzinger, Sterling Fluharty

Chasing the Rain

Santa Fe Youth on the challenge of homelessness

Features Anna Moss, 20, sits cross-legged in the center of a large couch, nervously twirling one of the silver rings that adorn her fingers. “I don’t know where to start,” she says, but then launches into the s...

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 Alexa Schirtzinger

No Job, No Chance

Solving unemployment is far more complex than it appears

Local News A few weeks ago, Sonia Montoya, 26, landed a job interview at Garcia Nissan Santa Fe, off St. Michael’s Drive. A single mother of an active eight-year-old boy, Montoya had made it to the interview phase for a...

Wednesday, September 5, 2012 Justin Horwath

Economic Redevelopment 101

What Santa Fe can learn from Detroit’s economic and cultural reinvention

Local News Large, empty rooms form the entrance to Lucky Bean Café in Sanbusco Market Center, the commercial mall located just north of the Railyard that houses mostly high-end boutiques. A couple of signs display arrows...

Wednesday, June 13, 2012


Just a few of the reasons why registered voters didn’t participate in the June 5 primary: ideology, laziness and poop

Local News In this year’s primaries, 75 percent of registered voters didn’t show up at the polls. Here’s an unscientific breakdown of their reasons why.

Wednesday, June 13, 2012 Wren Abbott


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