People who felt blindsided by higher property tax bills this winter may be tempted to take out their frustrations by voting against a renewal of a mill levy for Santa Fe Public Schools on the Feb. 3 ballot.
Journal North Opinion
Sad news from the north this week that Barbara Waters, the widow of famed, late Taos author Frank Waters, died Jan. 11 at her Arroyo Seco (Taos County) home.
It’s easy to forget that, once upon a time, all agriculture was organic and grass-fed.
I’ve made some unlikely new friends since becoming a climate-change activist.
“There’s no place at Brigham Young University for the grimy, sandaled, tight-fitted, ragged-Levi beatnik,” college president Ernest Wilkinson said back in the 1960s.
The northern New Mexico ranch that briefly served as the home of a famous British author – actually infamous in some circles, especially at the time he was writing almost a century ago – finally is getting some well-deserved tender loving care.
Now that we’re in a new year, Santa Feans have had time to check out the mayor they elected in a near landslide last March.
I knew we were in trouble when I saw the third snowshoe hare.
An open letter to the Public Regulations Commissioners:
I spent my 20s in some of the most beautiful towns in the West.
Santa Fe has plenty of reasons to be proud of George R.R. Martin.