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  • Appellate court might overturn convictions in Chimayó murder case

    Court documents show the New Mexico Court of Appeals appears to be leaning toward overturning the burglary and tampering-with-evidence convictions of Rhiannon Montoya, the Española woman who was sentenced to 12 years in prison last fall for her part in the murder of her uncle.

Man throws banana peel at Dave Chappelle

Police said in a news release that Christian Englander appeared to be drunk when he threw the banana peel.

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Santa Fe High’s 1st big-school championship a sign of things to come

Sitting shoulder to shoulder, their arms interlocked at the elbows and most hunched forward in excruciating anticipation, the members of the Santa Fe High cheerleading team were ready to burst forward with a celebration for the ages.

Graduates of bizMIX network, celebrate innovation among business hopefuls

Now entering its fourth year, BizMIX organizers can boast some real successes and are hoping to move to the next level by tapping into a network of business owners and entrepreneurs who are themselves graduates of the concept.

Obama seeks to double funding to fight antibiotic resistance

President Barack Obama on Friday urged Congress to double the funding to confront the danger of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, calling it a major public health issue.

Students learn to become master chefs at cook-off

Elena Robles said the shortest hour of her life actually ran about 20 minutes. Or at least that’s how it felt as she and other students feverishly worked to make a three-course meal in one hour as judges looked on in the ProStart Invitational culinary competition last year.

Taos Ski Valley’s new Kachina Peak chairlift is a game-changer

I’m rather embarrassed to admit I just finally got up to Taos Ski Valley last weekend to ride to the new Kachina Peak chairlift, and am kicking myself for not doing it sooner, as it was such a thrill.

'Heather Has Two Mommies': Re-release puts fresh face on watershed book

A playful picture book about a little girl named Heather and her two happy mommies was a cultural and legal flashpoint 25 years ago, angering conservatives.Today, Heather has a lot more company in books for young kids about different kinds of families, but hers was out of print and seemed visually dated.

Celebrations, March 29, 2015

On March 22, a team of Santa Fe Community College student veterans completed the 26.2-mile Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range.

Colorado town microcosm of art urban development movement

A national movement that counts on painters, dancers and musicians to help revitalize downtowns is coming to this Colorado city as the first residents prepare to move into new low-income apartments built for artists and their families.

What colleges are looking for: Sometimes less is more

The question for most students is when are extracurricular activities simply fun and helpful, and when do they become a requirement for college? Many believe that the ideal college student is well-rounded but one expert says colleges have something else in mind: "passion for something."

La Cabalgata Binaciónal Villista

Es el décimosexto Cabalgata Binaciónal Villista, una experiencia muy diferente de lo del 9 de marzo de 1916 cuando las tropas del General Pancho Villa atacaron a Columbus, N.M.

Rural Internet outages reveal gaps in broadband infrastructure

Because Internet service is largely unregulated by the federal government and the states, decisions about network reliability are left to the service providers. The result: While most major metropolitan areas in the U.S. have backup systems, some smaller cities and many rural areas do not.

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