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2 hrs ago | City of Santa Fe
The deadline to submit an entry for the 11th Annual Children's Water Conservation Poster Contest has been extended to Friday, December 13, 2013.
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Should the minimum wage be raised to $9 per hour?
6 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Two doctors and a Santa Fe woman with advanced uterine cancer want physicians in New Mexico to be able to prescribe - without the fear of prosecution- the needed medications for terminally ill patients who want to end their lives on their own terms.
8 hrs ago | DFW Catholic
That's how long Dimitri Smith lived outside his mother's womb after an emergency C-section in 2012, following a car accident involving his mother and an illegal immigrant with a history of DWI convictions.
12 hrs ago | Santa Fe Reporter
It might be just a little early to offer up musically-based gift suggestions, but I got to thinking that if, like me, you can't take another 8 am dash to Giant on Dec. 25 and the sadness that comes with gifting someone a $6 gas station copy of Joyride , you might want to get it together early.
17 hrs ago | Deseret News
Mormon Battalion members officially began their long march when they left Council Point, Iowa, on July 20, 1846.
18 hrs ago | Santa Fe Reporter
The city's conventional marketing strategy for tourists is to rely on 400 years of Santa Fe's rich history.
18 hrs ago | Santa Fe Reporter
They've already fended off several potential opponents who dropped out of the fight before it really began, and now they'll face each other for the March 4 citywide contest.
The fire marshal has banned flying farolitos, or lit luminarias that float in the sky.
A Congressional proposal that would have allowed Carlsbad's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant to accept nuclear waste from additional sources is dead, for now.
City of Santa Fe Orange Barrel Report for the Week of December 9, 2013. The City of Santa Fe downtown road projects are: a Palace Avenue and Sheridan Avenue - partial closure for telephone line utility work.
The Austin College Department of Art and Art History presents the photography of Kent Bowser in the exhibit "Ghost Ranch in Black and White" September 2 through November 8 in Ida Green Gallery of Ida Green Communication Center .
ACTION 7 NEWS REPORTER ALANA GRIMSTAD TELLS US, IT'S DESIGNED TO KEEP YOU AND YOUR FAMILY SAFER.
The alleged Norteno gangmember accused of starting a shoving match that ended with the fatal shooting of a man mistaken for a rival because of his blue jacket avoided a murder trial by pleading no contest to felony mayhem.
SANTA FE >> New Mexico expects strong enough revenue growth to allow for a possible 5 percent budget increase next year for public education and other government programs, according to a financial forecast Monday that will guide spending decisions during the upcoming legislative session.
SANTA FE >> New Mexico's prison system is implementing a training program in which inmates will renovate wheelchairs that will be distributed internationally to disabled people by a Christian ministry group.
Governor Susana Martinez Announces General Dynamics Hiring More than 200 New Employees in Las Cruces Targeted News Service Word Count: 466 SANTA FE, N.M., Dec. 2 -- Gov. Susana Martinez, R-N.M., issued the following news release: Today, Governor Susana Martinez and Economic Development Secretary Jon Barela announce the creation of 200 new jobs at ... (more)