The New Mexico School for the Arts has proposed building a new campus on an 11-acre site on Siringo Road that is now owned by the state.
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The forecasters are predicting a chance of rough weather for the general election on Tuesday.
When Santa Fe Municipal Airport Director Francey Jesson raised questions earlier this year about late payments and other anomalies related to an onsite restaurant with political connections, then-Mayor David Coss allegedly told her to “be nice to them.”
A little-known battle in this country’s marijuana war is underway in a small town of 1,500 in western Colorado, known (if at all) for its underground coal mines, 12 wineries, a microbrewery, organic vegetables and fruit – and its perfect climate for growing pot.
Here are the Journal’s endorsements in two area races for the state House of Representatives:
Multiple-choice question: We know our public schools need help, but what kind of new gear do you think they need?
First the ubiquitous howling coyotes slowly faded away from the Santa Fe scene. Is the Jackalope now on the endangered species list?
Redacted portions tend to exonerate Manhattan Project mastermind
“How do you want to be remembered?”
With the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s awards ceremony coming up Saturday evening at the Lensic, we decided it was a good time to come up with some Community Spirit Awards of our own.
I was reading the newspaper at my computer desk when a huge explosion rattled the window of my home office.
Scary but necessary.Perhaps that bad rhyme is the best way to sum up the agreement bet …