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Here's our best information at press time on the restaurants, cafés, and other spots that offer indoor and outdoor service, takeout, curbside, and delivery. [Read More]
The state also reported 159 additional cases of the novel coronavirus, including seven in Santa Fe County. [Read More]
Teachers were to receive a 4 percent hike, but state lawmakers cut that figure during a special legislative session in June to account for a... [Read More]
He was acquitted of kidnapping, the most serious charge against him, after less than four hours of deliberation. [Read More]
The state's Obama-era insurance exchange, beWellnm, will offer lower insurance premiums in 2021. [Read More]
Baca was credited with helping modernize the New Mexico Guard and later became the first Hispanic to head the National Guard Bureau. [Read More]
The school experienced a steep — but expected — decline in enrollment this fall and is bolstering financial aid to students during the pandemic. [Read More]
Closed since mid-March, Italian restaurant Il Patio received a lien notice this week at the location it has occupied since 1996. [Read More]
Dr. Mary L. Trump makes her case against her uncle, the President of the United States, by exploring and divulging family dynamics in Too Much... [Read More]
Not only is Jesse Tatum the principal flute at Santa Fe Symphony but she's also a licensed social worker. While others might question her decisions... [Read More]
Media reports aren't the only ways to understand global migration issues and the trauma experienced by refugees. In DISPLACED: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee... [Read More]
Here's the latest news from around the Santa Fe arts world. [Read More]
Enjoying the fresh air Thursday, Kyrie Chavarria, 4, of Santa Clara Pueblo and San Felipe Pueblo, left, and Whitley Sandoval, 9, of San Felipe Pueblo... [Read More]
Novel coronavirus cases at Santa Fe Brewing and Tia Sophia's reported Wednesday to the New Mexico Environment Department did not involve public spaces, the owners... [Read More]
The mystery of the dying birds is just another warning sign that all is not well in the environment around us. [Read More]
"While we are disappointed to not have the opportunity to play matches here in New Mexico, we respect the health order issued by Gov. Michelle... [Read More]
Restrictions are eased on youth sports practice sessions, camping at state parks, indoor swimming pools and ice rinks, as well as pumpkin patches. [Read More]
Superintendent Veronica García said 304 district employees made such requests as the district readies for a scheduled Oct. 15 date to allow elementary school students... [Read More]
Santa Fe's Jewish communities are taking a cautious approach to celebrating Rosh Hashanah amid the coronavirus pandemic, including remote services. [Read More]
Jurors tasked with determining whether Redwolf Popecq is guilty of kidnapping and raping a woman in 2017 heard closing arguments Thursday, then decided to go... [Read More]
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