Editor’s note: Students in the sixth and seventh grades at the May Center for Learning wanted to share their thoughts on the possibility of 100 Afghan refugees moving …

      Editor’s note: Students in the sixth and seventh grades at the May Center for Learning wanted to share their thoughts on the possibility of 100 Afghan refugees moving …

      The Santa Fe Community Foundation, working with several partners from around the Santa Fe area, wants to provide “Opportunity Youth” with internships that allow them to develop their unique skills and interests and and don't just assign them rote tasks.

      Thirty-six hours before my flight to Virginia to visit family, a friend texted to say she had tested positive for the coronavirus. We’d just had dinner together, indoo…

      Some facts about Cow Creek Ranch and the modest development we have planned: Cow Creek Ranch is located 40 minutes from Pecos, while Santa Fe is located 20 minutes fro…

      As a new school principal, I realized right away that the Early College Opportunities High School was a unique place. Formerly part of Santa Fe High, ECO became its ow…

        I saw the headline of The Santa Fe New Mexican’s “Our View” on Page A-9 in the Oct. 14 issue ("When choosing election maps, put voters first") and was pleased that it …

        My View Matthew Hurteau and Thomas W. Swetnam

        Fires will help the health of Southwestern forests

        Residents of Santa Fe recently received a mailer about the Santa Fe Mountains and Encino Vista projects that are proposed to reduce the risk of high-severity wildfire …

        Across America, millions of women and couples are deciding to have smaller families. New Mexico’s birth rate has also steadily declined over the past decade.

        Mandela International Magnet School holds the unique place of being the only public International Baccalaureate school in New Mexico fully accredited in both the Middl…

        Thirty-some years ago, I decided to get a general contractors license. I needed a quiet place to study. My home had a couple of noisy preschoolers demanding attention.

        I used to work with a newspaper columnist whose capacity to enrage his audience was exceeded only by his ability to keep them reading to the very last word.

        In the heart of the Diné Nation, a public school was recognized for its educational commitment to providing students with an opportunity that is currently missing in t…

          I agree that the idea of Thrive Community School would be a good one. If, of course, it were a community school that serves those who surround it. Unfortunately, Thriv…

            President Joe Biden is trying to address climate change, failing American technical competence, income inequality, disintegrating American infrastructure, and the dest…

            Rhyzik, a 2-year-old shepherd mix adopted from Española Humane, survived something that is usually fatal: distemper. Even if a dog survives the disease, it often suffe…

              This morning I overheard a visiting couple say, “This is an ugly town!” I was shocked at first, but then realized what greets people as they enter from the south: big-…

              For decades now, the skeptical public has been told that forests are sick and that removing trees on a massive scale would make them healthy. 

                The idea that it is shameful to be poor originated in Calvinist doctrine (“Don’t make War on Poverty into War on the Poor,” Our View, Sept. 18). It went like this: The…

                Look down and listen for a noise under your shrubs. Look closely and you may see a spotted towhee. 

                  For several weeks, we have experienced a large, nightly neighborhood visitor to our yard. One to which we have become quite accustomed. We have lived in our location f…

                  Commentary John M. Barry

                  So how does the pandemic end?

                  In the near future, likely before Christmas, 90 percent or more of the U.S. population will have considerable — but not perfect — immunity to the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.

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                  For decades now, the skeptical public has been told that forests are sick and that removing trees on a massive scale would make them healthy. 

                  CNN recently reviewed some of the history of the “stolen election.” The narrator said something that many of us need to hear. “Trump and his a…

                  My View Victoria Murphy

                  Enough already: Get the vaccine

                  I am dismayed at the volume of people who are claiming a variety of reasons to refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccination. I find this behavior un…