A year ago, residents of Lamy were up in arms over the possibility that a Tulsa, Okla., trucking firm would be offloading crude oil at the town’s small railroad depot.
When twin sisters Beverly Ireland and Bernette Jarvis got hired to wait tables in the 1950s, they never expected to gain any fame by doing so.
I am not a morning person. Never have been.
Harlin A. Pierce, 18, a former Santa Fe resident wanted for the murder of his father in Texas, has been detained in Richmond, Va., according to the Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office.
Santa Fe police are looking for a man, possibly in his late 20s, who allegedly struck a woman in the face with a pistol while attempting to rob her while she was walking near the Plaza Wednesday evening.
It’s time for the annual ode to spring. If Journal North had a Jules Feiffer, we’d celebrate with squiggly dancers romping across the website. Since we don’t, let’s just settle…
Law enforcement seeks veto of legislation ending civil asset forfeiture
Only 191 of 1,365 bills reached the governor’s desk
The first thing to know about Lan’s, a tiny restaurant tucked in the south corner of College Plaza, is what it’s not: namely, one of those cookie-cutter, vaguely pan-Asian places specializing in the tastes-the-same stir fry.
We hate to focus too much on the Lensic, but that performing arts center has a heck of a week coming up.
The Robertson High School girls softball team made history last season, nearly winning the school’s first softball state tournament trophy.
I have read Greg Mello’s note in last Friday’s Journal North, and various other comments on WIPP and LANL.
I saw a lot of people I knew standing in the soup lines Saturday at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center at the 21st Annual Souper Bowl.
Fans of the “Manhattan” television series have something else to check out while waiting for the show’s second season (filmed in and around Santa Fe, and set to hit cable TV in April).