The Pueblo of Pojoaque is discouraged to see the latest attempt by the state to undermine the government-to-government dialogue.
Journal North Opinion
Pojoaque Pueblo, whose gambling compact expires in June of 2015, has had its proposed tribal gambling compact accepted by the Department of Interior.
The voice on the phone gave me directions to a house in a residential neighborhood.
The next time the Santa Fe City Council wants voters to approve millions of dollars in tax-supported bonds to build stuff, questions need to be asked.
When I think of Canada, I picture caribou herds, universal health care and the occasional hockey brawl.
Once again, brinksmanship is at play with the provision of acute health care in our community.
As a Democrat, I worry about the growing income inequality in the U.S. Democrats proclaim we help the poor and disenfranchised.
The Supreme Court’s decision granting a purely secular entity the right to discriminate against its employees based on its religious beliefs is deeply disturbing.
People shouldn’t be allowed to smoke, spit tobacco or vape (use e-cigarettes) in public parks and Santa Fe’s historic Plaza, according to City Councilor Ron Trujillo.
An article celebrating St. John’s College’s 50th anniversary ran in Journal North the week of June 27-July 3.
Thousands of people — perhaps into the tens of thousands — are streaming into Santa Fe this weekend for its International Folk Art Market.