I appreciated the article in the Sunday paper (“For neurodiverse people, pushing rules of etiquette is anything but nice,” Etiquette Rules!, Sept. 19) concerning autis…

    Considering the next presidential campaign already seems to be gearing up, it’s understandable that people might lose sight of elections closer to home. Many folks jus…

    Between 6:30 and 10:30 p.m. Saturday, a vandal painted a swastika on the wall outside the Santa Fe home of a Jewish man.

    The labor market upheaval of the past 18 months is taking an interesting turn as federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits expire this month — right around Labor …

    New Mexico isn’t growing as fast as the rest of the country — and given the reality of drought, climate change and impending water shortages, perhaps the 2020 U.S. cen…

    To keep track of all the happenings, The Santa Fe New Mexican has created our newest magazine — Legacy, which introduces the markets, events, and most of all, the people who celebrate Native arts and culture during August in Santa Fe. 

    With COVID-19 spiking once more across the country, thanks to the delta variant and vaccine hesitancy, the Public Education Department is reviewing guidelines for schools.

    Whatever your opinion on Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s policies, serving in her Cabinet can be a challenge. Just witness the turnover in top spots in her administration.

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    Wednesday, Sept. 22, marks the day 60 years ago that President John F. Kennedy signed into law legislation creating the Peace Corps.

    Former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker concludes his interview with The New Mexican (“ ‘It’s a failure of American patience,’ “ Sept. 10), assert…

    My View Scott Miller

    Judge the mayor on results

    The election for mayor on Nov. 2 will soon be upon us. Mayor Alan Webber is our first full-time, “strong” mayor with never-before held authori…

    There is an epidemic growing in New Mexico not being talked about in mainstream media — the growth in suicide among Indigenous youth. But with…

    My View Susan K. Herrera

    Webber is the leader Santa Fe needs

    Over the last year and a half, New Mexicans have come together like never before. While the pandemic raged before us, we took masking, testing…

    While many young students are facing the highest college prices of all time, according to Forbes, many colleges offer copious amounts of financial aid to senior citizens who want to update and augment their college degrees or are attending college for the first time.