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5:01 pm
Thu March 6, 2014

Award-Winning Journalists to Lead KSFR's News Team

Award-Winning Journalists to Lead KSFR's News Team

Santa Fe, N.M. -- KSFR’s live coverage of Santa Fe’s municipal elections 2014 marked the debut of the public radio station’s new news directing team, Dave Marash and Zélie Pollon.

Dave Marash has worked in all news media and is the winner of eleven Emmy awards, an overseas Press Club award and a DuPont award, among others. He has covered war, terrorism, international health, and a myriad of national and local issues.

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6:25 am
Wed March 5, 2014

March 5, 2014 First News: Santa Fe Elects Javier Gonzales Mayor (Listen)

Santa Fe voters elected Former New Mexico Democratic Party chair Javier Gonzales to be the City Different's next mayor on Tuesday. Gonzales easily out-distanced City Councilors Patti Bushee and Bill Dimas, taking more than 43-percent of the vote.

 

Winners in the four city council races were Sig Lindell in District One, Joseph Maestas in District Two, while third-district Councilor Carmichael Dominguez and the fourth district's Ron Trujillo, who ran unopposed, were re-elected.

 

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2:25 pm
Tue March 4, 2014

Special Election Coverage on KSFR 101.1 Santa Fe Public Radio

Special Election Coverage on

Comcast SFGTV-28 and KSFR 101.1 Santa Fe Public Radio

Tune in this Evening at 7:30 p.m. MST

KSFR Local
6:36 am
Tue March 4, 2014

March 4, 2014 First News: Today is Election Day in Santa Fe (Listen)

Today is Santa Fe's municipal Election Day, as voters will choose its next mayor, city councilors and several proposed charter amendments. And word from City Clerk Yolanda Vigil is that the City Different has set a new mark for early-voting. ******030414-Vigil-2 :32*****Vigil asks that voters call the Clerk's office or check the New Mexican for their polling place, which may differ than county-run primary or general elections.

 

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KSFR Local
6:33 am
Thu February 27, 2014

Feb. 27 First News: Tests Reveal 13 WIPP Workers Were Exposed to Radiation (Listen)

Test results reveal that 13 employees of the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant were exposed to radiation the day a radiation leak was detected at the southeastern New Mexico nuclear waste repository. The Carlsbad Current-Argus reports the workers tested positive for americium-241, one of the radiation particles emitted from the transuranic waste deposited at the facility. Elevated radiation levels have also been detected in the air around the plant, but officials say there is no public health threat.

 

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6:41 am
Tue February 25, 2014

Feb. 25 First News: Meeting Held on Radiation Leaks From WIPP (Listen)

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3:40 pm
Fri February 21, 2014

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6:41 am
Fri February 21, 2014

Feb. 21 First News: New Mexico Lawmakers Adjourn 2014 (Listen)

State Lawmakers have adjourned the 2014 30-day legislative session after agreeing on a plan to try to head off cutbacks in the New Mexico lottery college scholarship program. In the final hours before the Legislature adjourned on Thursday, the House and Senate agreed to a proposal that shore up the scholarship program temporarily with liquor tax money. Cutbacks in scholarships have been looming because the program is running short of cash. Lottery proceeds aren't keeping pace with college tuition increases.

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KSFR Local
6:34 am
Thu February 20, 2014

Feb. 20 First News: The State House Completes Work On State Budget (Listen)

The New Mexico Legislature adjourns at noon today, and the House of Representatives completed the primary task for the 30-day session, approving a more-than six-billion dollar state budget bill Wednesday. The House okayed the proposed spending plan on a 58-8 vote. The measure now goes to Governor Susana Martinez. The legislature's budget represents a five-percent increase from last year.

 

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