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Medical cannabis expansion bill could still be signed by governor

SANTA FE, N.M. — The legislative session may be over, but Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham still has until April 5 to sign bills that passed both chambers. One of those bills is related to medical marijuana.


Elections regulator nixes referendum on gun control law

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - A Republican-led attempt to hold a statewide referendum by signature petition on a newly signed gun control law has been turned away by the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office.


Lacrosse Returns To Los Alamos

Peter Janke scoops up a loose ball in the first quartet and heads down field. Lacrosse returned to Los Alamos as the boy's Lacrosse team played the Rio Rancho Raptors this past Saturday at Sullivan Field. The Raptors scored two goals in the first quarter to take the lead, which they never relinquish


BWW Interview: Jennifer Graves and Patrick Briggs of ROMEO AND JULIET at Santa Fe Classic Theater

When a group of actors with a passion for the classics (who already have a plan for a theater) are presented with the opportunity to produce outdoor Shakespeare in what is arguably one of the loveliest venues in Santa Fe, they just have to go for it; even if it means putting together a large scale p


Council To Consider Water Rate Increase April 2

The Los Alamos County Council will hold a public hearing at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 2 in Council Chambers in the Municipal Building at 1000 Central Ave., to consider adoption of a proposed ordinance to increase water rates by 6.25 percent.


Santa Fe man jailed in Ireland for anti-war protest

An 82-year-old Santa Fe man is in prison after authorities charged him and another American with trespassing and committing criminal damage during an antiwar protest at an Irish airport.


Use it or Lose it

Does anyone want to feed me? I went to Radish & Rye's new location (505 Cerrillos Road, 930-5325) only to find it closed for a private event, with no notification on its website or social media. Hungry in Tesuque, Google said El Nido (1577 Bishops Lodge Road, 954-1272) was open on a Monday evening.


Former Sandia Labs employee indicted for stealing federal funds

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - A federal grand jury has indicted a now-former Sandia National Labs employee accused of using his lab-issued credit card to go on an Amazon spending spree.


Heinrich bill would make Bandelier a national park

SANTA FE — Bandelier National Monument would become New Mexico’s second national park under legislation that U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich plans to put before Congress. Heinrich, D-NM, made the announcement at Bandelier Wednesday afternoon with the support of tribal leaders and other officials from arou


Register For 2019 Dog Jog Event

Scene from a previous Dog Jog event. Courtesy photo. On your mark, get set, wag! Dogs and their human companions will gather Saturday, April 27, at Rover Park in White Rock to run the 5-kilometer course or walk the 2-mile course in the annual Dog Jog and Fun Walk.


JJAB Celebrates 15 Years Serving Los Alamos Youth

JJAB members and partners gather for their monthly meeting and celebrate 17 years of service to Los Alamos youth and their families March 6 at UNM-LA. Courtesy photo. From left, Rev. Nicole’ Raddu Ferry with newly elected JJAB Board Chair Jordan Redmond and Treasurer Sharon Hurley. Courtesy photo.


SFNF: Seeks Volunteers For Trail Hike/Clean-Up

SANTA FE ― The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) is looking for volunteers to hike to scenic Window Rock Sunday, March 31, and help clean up the trail by picking up trash. Part of a health initiative called Forest Your Health in partnership with El Centro Family Health Clinics, the Window Rock hike is


UbiQD Of Los Alamos Wins 2019 SXSW Pitch Competition, Hyper-Connected Communities Category

Andrew Hyde, host of the SXSW Startup Pitch® Awards ceremony in Austin, Texas, hands the microphone to UbiQD CEO Dr. Hunter McDaniel, center, who accepts a check following his successful presentation. Second from left is Dan Houck who visited Los Alamos for the past four months as a 'Chemical Engine


Santa Fe City Council to review anti-speeding program

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - Speed vans in Santa Fe are one step closer to becoming a reality. The decision will now go to the Santa Fe City Council. According to the Santa Fe New Mexican, the program would use speed vans to try and catch those driving over the speed limit. The Santa Fe Traffic Operation


Reserves help Capital sweep Pojoaque

A senior trip to Costa Rica helped open some playing opportunities for the Capital softball team night. Down four seniors who were on the trip, the Lady Jaguars relied on their reserves to help them pull out a nondistrict doubleheader sweep of Pojoaque Valley at Jaguar Field by 8-7 and 11-1 scores.


Santa Fe 4H club gives back to local law enforcement

SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) - Police officers in Santa Fe are stocked while they hit the streets, after a group of kids spent hours making them care packages to have for their long hours on patrol.


Santa Fe opposes EPA proposed rule change

SANTA FE, N.M. — The city of Santa Fe is voicing its opposition to a proposed rule change by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that would do away with protections of waterways against pollutants adopted in 2015, and it wants you to do the same.


Save Almost $100 on This Damascus Steel, Mammoth Tusk, Turquoise Gem Knife

This beautiful knife is made in the U.S. with 15,000-year-old woolly mammoth tusk, Sonoran turquoise, and 16-layer Damascus steel. And now it’s affordable. Santa Fe Stoneworks crafts its one-of-a-kind knives in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Because of the unique blend of materials, no two knives are exactly


On The Job In Los Alamos: Firefighter Mike McElyea

On the job in Los Alamos is LAFD Firefighter Mike McElyea training the Los Alamos County Chaplain Corps and the LANL Behavior Health Response Team on the national program, Stop the Bleed, March 12 at Los Alamos County Fire Administration. McElyea explains it is the same as putting your oxygen mask o


Legislature sets ‘high-water mark’

SANTA FE – New Mexico lawmakers passed 310 bills during the just-completed 60-day legislative session – their highest output in a decade. The barrage of bills came with Democrats holding an expanded majority in the Legislature after last year’s election cycle and a new Democratic governor, Michelle