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Santa Fe Reporter
've lived in Santa Fe just over a decade, but you get to this point living here where you've almost gotten everything out of the town you can," Red Cell tells SFR.
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
NM 4-H leaders visit with Governor
Courtesy Photo New Mexico State 4-H Leadership Team was introduced by Secretary of Agriculture Jeff Witte to Governor Susana Martinez during their visit to the Santa Fe Round House on New Mexico 4-H Day.
Vanity Fair Goes Deep Into the New Season of Game of Thrones
With less than a month until the season-four premiere of Game of Thrones , it's hard to contain our excitement .
Weekly tourism TV show planned
The show, "New Mexico True Television," is a collaborative effort being made by CliffDweller Digital, the New Mexico Tourism Department and other sponsors.
Naples Daily News
Brent Batten: County throws a bone to dog park regulars
In this 2010 file photo, seasonal resident Noreen Centracchio, of Santa Fe, N.M. plays fetch with her 4-year-old English standard labrador retriever, Cody, at the Rover Run dog park at Veterans Memorial Park on Wednesday, March 24, 2010, in Naples.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
NM Rep. Dona Irwin seeks re-election
Dona Irwin had planned to step away from New Mexico politics due to health issues in 2013.
The Grant County Beat
Howie Morales No. 1 at Democratic Party pre-primary convention
In an article by Rob Nikolewski, found on New Mexico Watchdog, he announces that state Sen. Howie Morales of Silver City came out No.
Okla. to pay tribute to artist Allan Houser
Receptions are scheduled Monday at the state Capitol and at the Oklahoma History Center for Houser, a Chiricahua Apache artist famous for his sculptures and drawings.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
Las Cruces Arts Fair showcases artists from U.S., Canada
LAS CRUCES >> Southern New Mexico's growing reputation as a mecca for the arts and arts aficionados gets a boost from the annual Las Cruces Arts Fair, which organizers have called an "important signature fine arts event in the Southwest."
Background checks for paramedics signed to law
SANTA FE, NM Governor Susana Martinez has signed a new law requiring paramedics and other EMS providers to go through criminal background checks in New Mexico.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
New Mexico Democrats vote on primary candidates
New Mexico Democratic Party activists have narrowed the crowded field of governor candidates for the June 3 primary election race.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Troubled youth ranch controversy calls into question CYFD's authority
A sign pointing the way to nearby Tierra Blanca Ranch, which occupies a 30,000-acre area surrounded by the Gila National Forest in rural Sierra County south of Hillsboro.
Santa Fe police chief announces retirement
Chief Raymond Rael says he'll step down on Monday. He was appointed Sante Fe's police chief in March 2011.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Mother pleads guilty in Leland Valdez abuse case
The mother of a 3-year-old Santa Fe child who was beaten to death pleaded guilty to charges stemming from the child's death Wednesday.
5 Theories About the New Season of American Horror Story
Ryan Murphy has been predictably cryptic about his plans for the next season of American Horror Story , but he has given us some hints .
Wed Mar 05, 2014
TV series a Manhattana to begin production in NM
A new television series set against the backdrop of the U.S. government's top-secret effort to develop the world's first atomic bomb will begin production in New Mexico later this month, state officials announced Wednesday.
2 NM school districts face suit over former teacher
A man who lost his New Mexico teacher's license after allegations of improper contact with female students is the center of a lawsuit that also names the Santa Fe and Espanola school districts, as well as school officials in both districts.