Recent Posts

Department of Health Reports Steady Improvements in Safer Prescribing

By NMDOH The New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH) today announces the release of its latest state quarterly prescribing report that shows a 14.9 percent decrease of prescribing high dose opioids in the state. The numbers come from the Board of Pharmacy’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP)database, which is required for …

Read More »

Gov. Lujan Grisham holds first Cabinet meeting

By The State Of New Mexico SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham held her first Cabinet meeting Monday, where the governor and administration leadership discussed priorities, collaboration, and preparation for the upcoming legislative session.

Read More »

New England hits the road for Kansas City Sunday and the Los Angeles Rams will head for New Orleans, with the NFL conference winners matching up in the Feb. 3 Super Bowl in Atlanta

By Arnie Leshin  Up, up and away. The defeated Los Angeles Chargers will fly back to the West Coast, the victorious New England Patriots will land inKansas City. That’s the American Conference. Traveling to New Orleans will be the Los Angeles Rams. That’s the National Conference. And that’s the NFL’s …

Read More »

Sierra Club statement on Gov. Lujan Grisham’s proposed budget

By The Sierra Club In response New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s release of her state budget recommendation today, Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter Chair David Coss issued the following statement:    “By increasing funding for the Environment Department and Oil Conservation Division and allocating funding to the Office of …

Read More »


Tax Reform 101: 5 Things to do Now

By Guadalupe Credit Union With so many changes under the new tax reform law, Guadalupe Credit Union wanted to break down five big changes and the moves you can make now to help you save money on your taxes when you file in 2019. Don’t worry, TurboTax Has You Covered …

Read More »

Regional Fire Update

La Cueva prescribed burn slated in December near Pecos

By SFNF Fire managers from the Pecos/Las Vegas Ranger District of the Santa Fe National Forest expect to prescribed burn approximately 372 acres in the La Cueva area through Dec. 31 as weather permits. The treatment area is approximately seven miles northwest of Pecos. Smoke may be visible from the …

Read More »

Community News

Santa Fe Today, Your Hometown News

Sports News