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7:21 am
Mon June 24, 2013

June 24 First News: New Mexico slips to 50th for child well-being

Another national report is out, this one

   showing New Mexico at the bottom of the list when it comes to overall child well-being.  For the first time New Mexico has fallen behind Mississippi for the bottom slot on that study. It comes from the Kids Count data book.   Dr. Veronica Garcia is head of the advocacy group New Mexico Voices for Chidlren and says it all boils down to poverty

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KSFR Local
4:14 pm
Sat June 22, 2013

KSFR's Diego Mulligan dies

Diego Mulligan

Diego Mulligan, long-time Santa Fe radio personality, has died following a long illness.

He was the anchor for Santa Fe's longest running daily radio talk show, The Journey Home, on KSFR 101.1 FM, Santa Fe Public Radio  The show aired live every weekday afternoon.   On the program, Diego interviewed a  range of local-to-global experts on major issues of the environment, climate change and the human condition.

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KSFR Local
1:24 pm
Fri June 21, 2013

June 21 At Noon: Fire danger lurks, hypnosis in dentistry, a Hillerman treasure trove

  On Friday's midday report: … Fire danger lurking in the Santa Fe area….It may not be new, but some dentists are using hypnosis to help their patients get through their dental work…a new collection allows more people to have more access to the works of the late Santa Fe writer Tony Hillerman…headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...

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KSFR Local
7:17 am
Fri June 21, 2013

June 21First News: Santa Fe National Forest to close

  No visitors anywhere in the Santa Fe National Forest beginning Monday morning. Denise Ottaviano at forest headquarters says conditions are bone dry. The Valles Caldera is also closed to the public except for the Valle Grande Staging area and gift shop. 

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KSFR Local
1:39 pm
Thu June 20, 2013

1:15 p.m. update Restaurant dispute

The judge in a legal dispute over that restaurant in Lamy has granted the restaurant operators a temporary restraining order. Judge Raymond Ortiz will be setting a date for a non-jury trial over the argument between the Legal Tender restaurant and the Lamy History and Railroad Museum.

KSFR Local
1:37 pm
Thu June 20, 2013

June 20 At Noon: Hard feelings in Santa Fe courtroom, law and the arts, the lesser prairie chicken

  On Thursday's midday report: We’re waiting for results of a court hearing held this morning over the Legal Tender restaurant in Lamy. Our reporter was there earlier, and we’ll have a report… An unusual series of lectures coming up in Santa Fe on the subject of the Arts and Law…And what will be the fate of the lesser prairie chicken in New Mexico?...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...

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KSFR Local
7:16 am
Thu June 20, 2013

June 20 First News

A city hall panel is discussing whether the Santa Fe mayor’s job should be full time. The New Mexican reports that the Wednesday meeting of the city’s Charter Review Commission focused on possible changes to what they call a “weak mayor” system. Under consideration is whether the mayor should have a vote in all city council debates. At present, the mayor votes only in case of a tie.  The proposal being discussed also would prohibit the mayor from holding another job while in office.  The commission meets on these issues next week. 

 

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KSFR Local
2:01 pm
Wed June 19, 2013

June 19 At Noon: Court fight looms over school funding, 100 days to the ACA, UNM leukemia research

School board says state constitution requires "sufficient" funding for education

  On Wednesday's midday report:  Santa Fe's school board votes to sue the state over the level of education funding ... The Affordable Care Act is about 100 days away. The head of a national group tells us what to look out for ... UNM cancer researchers are looking for effective treatments for specific childhood leukemia patients...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...

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KSFR Local
7:43 am
Wed June 19, 2013

Santa Fe school board moves ahead with plans to sue the state

Santa Fe’s school board has approved an allocation of $100,000 to file a lawsuit against the state over funding for public schools. They say the legislature has not committed enough money to satisfy the requirement that education be sufficiently funded.  The board is looking for other school districts to join the lawsuit.

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KSFR Local
1:31 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

June 18 At Noon: Udall constitutional amendment, AARP hails defeat of pay-to-delay, fireworks ban?

U.S. Sen. Tom Udall introduces constitutional amendment on campaign finance

 

 

  

On Tuesday's midday report:

U.S. Sen. Tom Udall on constitutional amendment to void high court decision...AARP New Mexico applauds Supreme Court decision on "pay to delay" generic drugs...A state lawmaker from Albuquerque tried but failed to ban fireworks during high fire periods...headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...

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KSFR Local
12:52 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Udall writes legislation to overturn Citizens United

U.S. Sen. Tom Udall of New Mexico has introduced legislation that could lead to overturning that controversial Supreme Court decision that essentially says money equals speech and corporations are actually people.

The legislation calls for a constitutional amendment that would give Congress, not the courts, power over how elections are financed.

Constitutional amendments require approval by two-thirds of both the House and Senate, after which they would have to be approved by state legislatures in at least 38 states

KSFR Local
7:13 am
Tue June 18, 2013

June 18 First News:The forced closing of the Legal Tender restaurant in court on Thursday. (listen)

A court hearing has been set for Thursday over the dispute between the Legal Tender restaurant in Lamy and the Lamy Railroad and History Museum. The operators claim the museum doesn't have the authority to evict them. The restaurant closed at the end of May, following demands from the museum's board that they leave.  

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KSFR Local
1:36 pm
Mon June 17, 2013

June 17 At Noon: Is Santa Fe's watershed safe from fire, can we conserve even more water?

  

On Monday's midday report:

Now that wildfires some miles from Santa Fe seem to be dissipating, we’ll take a look at a closer, very dry site for a potential blaze – the lower Santa Fe watershed…. Some recent rain doesn’t mean the drought is over just yet. We’ll get some tips for how to conserve even more of it…headlines...60 Seconds with Christopher Hagen...

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KSFR Local
8:08 am
Mon June 17, 2013

When you're not near a radio

Wherever you are...

Listen now or later with KSFR's app for mobile devices..............Free!

If you have an iPhone or iPad - Just go to this link at the "App Store"

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KSFR Local
7:14 am
Mon June 17, 2013

June 17 First News: Good containment on 2 nearby fires while a 3rd could grow larger. (listen)

The Jaroso Fire burning some 20 miles NE of Santa Fe is at 3500 acres in extremely rugged terrain. The area is largely inaccessible to ground crews.  Potential for growth is considered high as there are large swaths of dead and downed trees throughout the region. Meanwhile, good progress has been made at the 24,000 acre Thompson Ridge Fire in the Jemez with containment at 80%. The Tres Lagunas Fire near Pecos is 90% contained.

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