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  • County appraisal effort finds $343M in omitted upgrades

    Today, more property than ever is valued at what the state has determined is fair market — and hundreds of guesthouses and casitas that were never on the tax rolls are being being assessed both current and back taxes, some going back 10 years.

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Ludlow massacre spurred New Deal labor reforms

A century ago, 11 children and two women died in a fire that followed a shootout between the Colorado National Guard and striking coal miners at a tent camp in southern Colorado.

Confusion, anger as sunken ferry’s relatives wait

Relatives of about 270 people missing have grown increasingly exasperated and distrusting of South Korean authorities, in part because of confusion, early missteps and perceived foot-dragging.

New shared lab is big opportunity for small biotech startups

But a nanowire gadget under development at the new BioScience Laboratory in Santa Fe could soon help medical professionals diagnose traumatic brain injuries in less than three minutes with a small blood sample.

‘Cambia tu futuro’

El reverendo Mike Naranjo construyó una iglesia en los restos de un motel de mala fama en Española que tenía mala reputación por prostitución y libertinaje.

Trail Dust: Community bands part of Santa Fe tradition

The history of marching bands in Santa Fe is a distinguished one, but it is scarcely known to today’s residents. Many people would no doubt be surprised to learn of the city’s long tradition o…

  • Local news in brief, April 20, 2014

    Construction work to block part of Don Gaspar Avenue: Beginning Monday, a section of Don Gaspar Avenue next to the Capitol will be shut down during weekday work hours while the city of Santa Fe’s Public Works Department undertakes a “pedestrian safety improvement project,” a city announcement said.

  • Local news in brief, April 19, 2014

    The Española Police Department said Friday it has arrested one suspect in a Wal-Mart parking lot shootout in which a 3-year-old bystander was grazed by a bullet, and police expected a second suspect to turn himself in Friday afternoon.

  • Local news in brief, April 18, 2014

    Randy Randall, who has had a 45-year career in the tourism industry, will become executive director of the Santa Fe Convention and Visitor’s Bureau on Monday.

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