New Business Offers Santa Fe Retail Delivery Service

Feb 8, 2018

Starting today (February 8, 2018), Instacart, a fast-growing retail​ ​delivery service whose shoppers select and deliver items from local stores, is available in the Santa Fe area.

Instacart ​general manager David Holyoak says his firm helps people cross grocery shopping off their to-do lists with just a few clicks. Tom Trowbridge spoke with him on the eve of Instacart’s opening:

KSFR's Wake-Up Call For February 08, 2018

Feb 8, 2018

On today’s (February 8, 2018) Wake-Up Call: Host Tom Trowbridge has the latest from the Roundhouse on a bill that would protect individuals in New Mexico’s guardianship system. Also on the program: KSFR’s Ellen Lockyer reports on Mayor Javier Gonzales’ final state of the city speech; and you’ll hear about a new business launches in Santa Fe today that’ll do your shopping for you.

State of the City

Feb 7, 2018

Outgoing Santa Fe mayor Javier Gonzales gave his State of the City address on Tuesday evening.  An enthusiastic crowd applauded his speech at the Santa Fe Convention Center. 

KSFR Reporter John Shannon interviews administrators and students from a highly successful New Mexico based education assistance program called SUN PATH.

KSFR's Wake Up Call For February 07, 2018

Feb 7, 2018

On today’s KSFR Wake-Up Call: Wednesday, 07 February 2018: Host John Shannon interviews administrators and students from a highly successful New Mexico based education assistance program called SunPath; Jack Loeffler presents his last Lore of the Land episode and KSFR curmudgeon Christopher Hagen talks about cough syrup.

KSFR's Wake Up Call For February 06, 2018

Feb 7, 2018

On today’s KSFR Wake-Up Call: A bill under consideration at the Roundhouse that would change the way the state punishes children and teenagers for violent crimes in the future…Also, Ellen Lockyer has details on the debate over a bill that could allow PNM to recover investment in its coal fired generation plants….and host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Democratic Congresswoman and candidate for Governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham, who dropped by the Roundhouse last weekend.

On Monday’s (February 5, 2018) KSFR Wake-Up Call, Heather Ferguson, Legislative Director with Common Cause New Mexico discusses with host Tom Trowbridge the group’s efforts both locally and nationally to regulate so-called “dark money” in politics.

Saturday at the Roundhouse, New Mexico educators rallied and shared their stories of difficulties in their profession with state lawmakers. Tom Trowbridge was there and has this report:

KSFR's Wake Up Call For February 05, 2018

Feb 5, 2018

On KSFR’s Wake-Up Call Monday, (February 5, 2018) New Mexico educators turn-out at the Roundhouse Saturday to weigh-in on issues facing the state’s teachers….also, host Tom Trowbridge speaks with Heather Ferguson at Common Cause New Mexico about its efforts to regulate dark money in politics….And, the New Mexican’s Steve Terrell discusses with Tom the less-partisan seeming 2018 legislative session.

Monday’s on KSFR's Wake-Up Call, Tom Trowbridge shares his Friday exchange with reporter and columnist for the New Mexican, Steve Terrell.  Tom began the conversation with his observation that—up to this point in time, anyway—the New Mexico’s 30-day Legislative session seems to be unusually bi-partisan.


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