While Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales has been tweeting a “coolmayorsmoment” of spotting the royals at the opening of the Invictus Games in England, some pretty cool things have been happening in Santa Fe as well.
Journal North Opinion
Congress still hasn’t figured out how to pay for wildfires.
When my 12-year-old son encounters any phenomenon that doesn’t yet fit into his worldview, he’ll sometimes ask, “Dad, is that a ‘thing,’” meaning, is it something worth caring about?
It seemed like a tough combination to pull off – attracting more spectators while keeping the mood calm and cool – but everyone involved with the burning of Zozobra a week ago succeeded in spectacular fashion.
The criminal “civil rights violation” charges brought against Rio Arriba Sheriff Tommy Rodella reek of a political vendetta on the part of U.S. Attorney Damon Martinez on behalf of U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officials
Homewise is concerned about the City Council’s action to increase from 15 miles to 45 miles the limit for police officers to drive their city vehicles home.
I am a resident of Rio Rancho, but I choose to work in Santa Fe at Christus St. Vincent Regional Medical Center, where I’m the clinical manager of emergency services.
Tommy Rodella’s long career in public life has taken many twists and turns and ups and downs.
“Improving morale” in the Santa Fe Police Department appears to be near the top of the list of priorities for Mayor Javier Gonzales’ administration.
No one who works full time should live in poverty.
So now we’re upset that people who signed petitions to legalize marijuana may have their identities exposed to public knowledge?