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Allisa and Mark Oliger from Durango, Colo., like to spend New Year’s Day diving, often in the cold, murky waters of Lake Powell.
Congratulations to parents of Santa Fe Public Schools children who moved ahead to update their youngsters’ immunizations.
I found Mark Oswald’s article, “WIPP woes due to wrong word?” on the Journal’s front page of Feb. 10 quite interesting.
January glowed brightly around us as we hiked the ridgeline of Carbonate, the mountain flanking the Big Wood River on the edge of Hailey, Idaho.
A number of witnesses to the same event can tell varying stories of exactly what happened.
A city-appointed panel of attorneys and citizens is now exploring ways to improve Santa Fe’s public campaign finance system and fix the problems exposed by the heavy PAC spending in the last election.
It’s time for Santa Feans to acknowledge that their good intentions for public financing of city elections have gone for nought.
It is no secret that some state legislators in the West want to boot federal land management agencies from their states.
I am a rancher in a ranching community, so I imagine you’re not surprised to learn that we don’t like anyone else to tell us what we can do with our land.