These days, it’s fashionable to rant about “the media”—a somewhat ironic concept, given that it’s also the age of “citizen journalism” and crowdsourcing. If in fact the media is flawed, then each of us is flawed by association.
Though city elections won’t be held until March, candidates for the four open Santa Fe City Council seats are already signing up for what promises to be a horse race. So far, District 1, where Councilor Patti Bushee faces re-election, has been drawing the most attention.
This summer, Block’s life began to unravel again with another series of absurd, but completely plausible, allegations of malfeasance. Of them, the most disgusting is evidence indicating Block may have improperly charged thousands of dollars to government credit cards.
In the wake of startling revelations about the Santa Fe Convention and Visitors Bureau, some are questioning whether fundamental changes are in order—including removing it from city management altogether.
During a crowded City Council meeting on Aug. 30, many citizens voiced support for opening the idle Zia Road New Mexico Rail Runner Express station.
But a handful of residents were there for a different purpose
As New Mexico continues to experience a year that could end up being its driest on record, a lawsuit over water rights in the state is heating up. And while New Mexico Attorney General Gary King says he’s fighting to keep New Mexico’s water, one critic says the case lacks legitimacy.