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Following in their fathers’ tracks

Train work is a family tradition for Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railway conductors Ray and Evan Martinez, a father and son whose ancestors helped lay and maintain the line. Read more

Weighing short-term rental effect on Santa Fe housing crunch

A recent Homewise study found an increase in rents and home prices citywide, but home-sharers say there’s more to the picture. Read more

Archdiocese of Santa Fe bankruptcy draws claims not related to abuse

Some filing claims that aren’t related to sexual abuse believe their cases should be handled separately. But it’s still unclear if that will happen. Read more

Archdiocese ordains two priests, one a Santa Fe native

Previously a Roman Catholic deacon, Nathan Lopez has served in several parishes in the archdiocese, including in Albuquerque, Ohkay Owingeh, Los Alamos and Las Vegas, N.M. Read more

Rock DJ makes way for a new voice in Santa Fe

The exit of Ira G and the line of succession at KBAC prompted some concern among people who pay attention to this kind of stuff. Read more

In Santa Fe, Alzheimer’s Café offers creative, social outlet

Participants in Santa Fe said the meeting is an opportunity to express themselves — and for loved ones without the disease to remember “we still have a brain.” Read more

New Mexico man charged with murder says brother died in suicide

State police agents say the story doesn’t match up with evidence in the case. Read more

Defunct Española nursing home sued over death

The lawsuit, filed last week in the state District Court in Santa Fe, is the second complaint in less than a month accusing the shuttered home of negligent care. Read more

Wet year in New Mexico good for refilling aquifers

The question that remains is to what degree they are recharging. Read more

Opinion

Udall to Congress: ‘Don’t roll over for another endless war’

Forget the art of the deal. Donald Trump has perfected the art of distraction. Read more

Supporting victims and survivors

Healing Voices — Personal Stories, a local domestic violence awareness program, encourages Santa Fe residents and our elected officials to … Read more

Sports

Weir hopes youth hoops camps sprout interest in UNM team

“Not everyone who goes to Lobo basketball games is from Albuquerque,” coach Paul Weir said. “I’ve been lucky to go to places like Santa Fe, Hobbs, Farmington, Gallup.” Read more

Lights outshine United, 5-1

Perhaps, it was just a U.S. Open Cup hangover. Read more

Nation and World

In faceoff with Iran, escalation may depend on who prevails inside Washington and Tehran

In Iran, tension with the U.S. bolsters the appeal of hard-line politicians aligned with the Revolutionary Guards Read more

Ugandan medics tackling Ebola say they lack supplies

At least two nurses at Bwera Hospital might have been exposed as they offered first aid to the infected family. Read more