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Orlando Sentinel
New businesses licensed in Central Florida last weekSunglass Hut, pizza, 4298 Millenia Blvd., Orlando, 32839. Sunriver Concepts LL
New businesses licensed in Central Florida last week
Orlando Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
Sunglass Hut, pizza, 4298 Millenia Blvd., Orlando, 32839. Sunriver Concepts LLC, designer, 4700 Millenia Blvd., Suite 175, Orlando, 32839. Restaurant Opportunities LLC, restaurant, 4700 Millenia Blvd., Suite 400, Orlando, 32839. Mediamind... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Recycling the Recycling Plan: Santa Fe County will draft ordinance that requires current haulers to offer recycling pickupThe nearly half-dozen trash haulers who serve three districts in unincorporated
Recycling the Recycling Plan: Santa Fe County will draft ordinance that requires current haulers to offer recycling pickup
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 12 hours ago
The nearly half-dozen trash haulers who serve three districts in unincorporated areas of Santa Fe County would be required to provide recycling services under a new proposal that aims to increase the rate of diversion from the landfill while still... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Boil Water Advisory: 400 residents in Las Campanas urged to boil water for five minutes to kill E. coliA high-end housing community on Santa Fe's west side is reeling as the state ha
Boil Water Advisory: 400 residents in Las Campanas urged to boil water for five minutes to kill E. coli
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
A high-end housing community on Santa Fe's west side is reeling as the state has advised roughly 400 residents who live in Las Campanas to boil their water, at least until tomorrow evening. Officials are working to determine whether E. coli is making... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Water for Roads: San Ildefonso governor accuses Santa Fe County of 'inability of good faith'San Ildefonso Gov. James Mountain, whose pueblo is at the epicenter of a roads
Water for Roads: San Ildefonso governor accuses Santa Fe County of 'inability of good faith'
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
San Ildefonso Gov. James Mountain, whose pueblo is at the epicenter of a roads dispute that has now put an entire water delivery system in jeopardy, on Thursday accused Santa Fe County Commissioners of acting irresponsibly with the recent decision to... Read more
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TheStreet.com
French Telecom Bouygues Rejects Buyout Bid from Rival Numericable-SFRNEW YORK (The Deal) -- French building and telecoms conglomerate Bouygues has r
French Telecom Bouygues Rejects Buyout Bid from Rival Numericable-SFR
TheStreet.com / Posted 3 days ago
NEW YORK (The Deal) -- French building and telecoms conglomerate Bouygues has rejected Patrick Drahi's €10 billion ($11.2 billion) bid for Bouygues Telecom, claiming the business is poised for strong growth and that a takeover would struggle to get... Read more
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Market Watch
Drahi hires outgoing Alcatel-Lucent CEOFrench telecommunications tycoon Patrick Drahi will hire Michel Combes, the out
Drahi hires outgoing Alcatel-Lucent CEO
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
French telecommunications tycoon Patrick Drahi will hire Michel Combes, the outgoing chief executive of Alcatel-Lucent ALU as chairman of Numericable-SFR S.A. (NUM.FR) and chief operating officer of holding company Altice N.V. (ATC.AE), newspaper Le... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Heads I Win…A trophy worth killing forA few weeks ago, human beings around the world were sickened by the senseless s
Heads I Win…A trophy worth killing for
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
A few weeks ago, human beings around the world were sickened by the senseless slaughter of Cecil, the magnificent lion in Zimbabwe. Folks everywhere screamed for justice. We very quickly learned that Cecil’s killer was an American dentist. As if... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Letters to the Editor:Here’s the Thing, Aug. 19: “Business as Usual” Clarify This I appreciate Andre
Letters to the Editor:
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
Here’s the Thing, Aug. 19: “Business as Usual” Clarify This I appreciate Andrea L Mays’ recent visits to local Post Offices, but several things in her column require clarification. First of all, I apologize to Ms. Mays for any longer-than-typical... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Dirty Water: Federal rules wouldn’t have saved the Animas River from Gold King anywayWhen the Animas River was winding that now-famous orange line through southern
Dirty Water: Federal rules wouldn’t have saved the Animas River from Gold King anyway
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
When the Animas River was winding that now-famous orange line through southern Colorado and toward the state line, staff for the New Mexico Environment Department were waiting for it. They sampled the water before the plume arrived, while it passed... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Information Pothole: State gives medical cannabis producers permission to expand operations but still keeps records secretChronic shortages of medical cannabis in New Mexico could be a thing of the pas
Information Pothole: State gives medical cannabis producers permission to expand operations but still keeps records secret
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
Chronic shortages of medical cannabis in New Mexico could be a thing of the past. State health regulators have approved proposals from 10 of the state’s biggest marijuana growers, who will triple the number of plants they’re allowed to... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Labor’s Local Legacy: Native New Mexican Dolores Huerta returns home to talk about Trump, Latinos and civicsThe legacy of Dolores Huerta, the great labor leader who marched alongside Cesa
Labor’s Local Legacy: Native New Mexican Dolores Huerta returns home to talk about Trump, Latinos and civics
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
The legacy of Dolores Huerta, the great labor leader who marched alongside Cesar Chavez and improved the lives of tens of thousands of farmworkers through bargaining power, can be found most anywhere. It’s in the compelling black-and-white... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
The Rio Grande Rages: Late season runs through the Taos Box are still drawing visitors to the riverWhitewater rafting on the Rio Grande will be winding down in the next few weeks
The Rio Grande Rages: Late season runs through the Taos Box are still drawing visitors to the river
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
Whitewater rafting on the Rio Grande will be winding down in the next few weeks as children return to school, summer vacations taper off and adrenaline junkies are reduced to a trickle, the dwindling number of rafts on the river as much a sign of... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Of Note: New downtown club aims to fill a sophisticated niche“If we don’t start creating clubs—real clubs in Santa Fe where people can go to
Of Note: New downtown club aims to fill a sophisticated niche
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 4 days ago
“If we don’t start creating clubs—real clubs in Santa Fe where people can go to see real shows—then this shit’s just not going to work,” RJ Laino tells me as we sit inside his new venture, the High Note, on a recent afternoon. There are the telltale... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Railyard Apartments on DeckA proposal that’s still largely under wraps could bring apartment living to the
Railyard Apartments on Deck
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 6 days ago
A proposal that’s still largely under wraps could bring apartment living to the Santa Fe Railyard. While a community master plan for the city-owned land west of downtown has long reflected the idea that people should be able to live there as well as... Read more
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EuroNews
Bitter-sweet opening win for BarcaHaving lost the Spanish Super Cup to Athletic Bilbao, Barcelona exacted sweet r
Bitter-sweet opening win for Barca
EuroNews / Posted 6 days ago
Having lost the Spanish Super Cup to Athletic Bilbao, Barcelona exacted sweet revenge against the Basque team in their La Liga season opener. But it was a bitter sweet victory for Barcelona at the San Mames Stadium. Luis Suarez hit the only goal of... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Dolores Huerta is still organizing, says Donald Trump's anti-Latino rhetoric will help DemosTake a good look at her. They don't make 'em like her anymore. Note the struggl
Dolores Huerta is still organizing, says Donald Trump's anti-Latino rhetoric will help Demos
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 9 days ago
Take a good look at her. They don't make 'em like her anymore. Note the struggle in her eyes, the sort of look that comes from living life for the sake of helping others. The 85-year-old Dolores Huerta, a labor leader who walked alongside Cesar... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Premature Parking Enforcement: Marcy Street merchants hot over hooded parking meters two days before marketAt least a half dozen merchants along Marcy Street are mad, claiming they’re lo
Premature Parking Enforcement: Marcy Street merchants hot over hooded parking meters two days before market
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
At least a half dozen merchants along Marcy Street are mad, claiming they’re losing money after the city put red hoods over the parking meters outside their stores. At least a dozen parking meters have been shuttered since 4 pm Wednesday as the City... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Magic Mac: Local chefs do ABQ mac 'n' cheese contest for cancer charityTony Quintana isn’t messing around with traditional mac and cheese. When the c
Magic Mac: Local chefs do ABQ mac 'n' cheese contest for cancer charity
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
Tony Quintana isn’t messing around with traditional mac and cheese. When the chef throws down Saturday at an Albuquerque festival dedicated to the pasta and dairy combo, he’s kicking it up a notch. A dish that he describes as “Old Mexico meets an... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Meryl McMasterDichotomy runs through ’s oeuvre. A Plains Cree member of the Siksika Nation wh
Meryl McMaster
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
Dichotomy runs through ’s oeuvre. A Plains Cree member of the Siksika Nation who is also of European descent, the 27-year-old explored the topic of identity early on, along with perception, memory and myth. A day shy of her wedding, the... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
ABQ Police Officers Will Face Murder TrialDennis Domrzalski has the story at ABQ Free Press. A proposal to start a city-
ABQ Police Officers Will Face Murder Trial
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
Dennis Domrzalski has the story at ABQ Free Press. A proposal to start a city-owned electric utility in Santa Fe is fizzling out. PNM doesn't want to sell its system, and complex condemnation laws have left the entire idea up in the air. But a... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Jaque Fragua“Jaque is passionate and can express his aims with his mural far better than I
Jaque Fragua
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
“Jaque is passionate and can express his aims with his mural far better than I could,” Shepard Fairey says of one of ’s monumental pieces. Growing up in Jemez Pueblo, 30-year-old Fragua, the artist responsible for this week’s cover, was... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Appropriate This!hile most fashion and pop culture trends in the digital age are quick to die ou
Appropriate This!
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 11 days ago
hile most fashion and pop culture trends in the digital age are quick to die out, that of appropriating elements historically associated with Native American culture seems to be holding strong. From a blighted stab at an Indigenous Victoria's Secret... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Painting a View Past Prison Walls: Leonard Peltier turned to art as an escape; now his son is trying to use it to open prison doorsSomewhere in the 40 years Leonard Peltier has been serving two consecutive life
Painting a View Past Prison Walls: Leonard Peltier turned to art as an escape; now his son is trying to use it to open prison doors
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
Somewhere in the 40 years Leonard Peltier has been serving two consecutive life sentences in a maximum security prison for a crime he still says he didn’t commit, he found his way to paint and a canvas. What unfurled there were images that conjured... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Musical Marketing: There’s a whole lot of Native music going onLast year, a handful of members of the Southwestern Association of Indian Arts,
Musical Marketing: There’s a whole lot of Native music going on
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
Last year, a handful of members of the Southwestern Association of Indian Arts, the nonprofit responsible for the long-running annual Indian Market, splintered off and formed the Indigenous Fine Art Market. It was maybe a little intense, but as we... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Letters to the Editor:Cover, Aug. 5: “Halves, Haves and Have Nots” I moved to the Thunderbird becaus
Letters to the Editor:
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
Cover, Aug. 5: “Halves, Haves and Have Nots” I moved to the Thunderbird because we did not want to be in Madrid and it was also proximal to the galleries on Canyon Road, where my work is shown, and to the Santa Fe Community College. I do understand... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Governor Supports Teen CurfewsSee more at KOB.com. Curfews are back in the news after the arrest of teenager
Governor Supports Teen Curfews
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
See more at KOB.com. Curfews are back in the news after the arrest of teenagers involved in violent crimes including murder, including the 18-year-old son of state Rep. Stephanie Maez, who spoke to local television stations yesterday. She says she's... Read more
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Independent
The 10 things you need to know about business this morning2. Oil prices dipped again this morning as traders braced for lower refinery co
The 10 things you need to know about business this morning
Independent / Posted 12 days ago
2. Oil prices dipped again this morning as traders braced for lower refinery consumption after the U.S. summer, while Asia's weakening economies and high global production stoked concerns about oversupply. Both crude oil benchmarks are now almost a... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Pencils Ready: Santa Fe schools enjoy relatively smooth first day of classesOn Monday morning, students in crisp new polo shirts filed into their elementar
Pencils Ready: Santa Fe schools enjoy relatively smooth first day of classes
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
On Monday morning, students in crisp new polo shirts filed into their elementary school classrooms, the dust of any summer construction projects having been swept away, meals that included salad and fresh melon waiting, technology functioning on cue... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
AIDS Care Pioneer Trevor Hawkins to Leave Santa FeAfter nearly 30 years as a leader in New Mexico’s network of caring for people
AIDS Care Pioneer Trevor Hawkins to Leave Santa Fe
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 13 days ago
After nearly 30 years as a leader in New Mexico’s network of caring for people with HIV and AIDS, Dr. Trevor Hawkins is leaving the state to take a job with one of the world’s leading manufacturers of drugs to treat the disease. While the move... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Mini Booze Battles: City asks district court judge to throw out lawsuitThe legal tit for tat has been going on since May, but lately the wrangling has
Mini Booze Battles: City asks district court judge to throw out lawsuit
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
The legal tit for tat has been going on since May, but lately the wrangling has been ratcheted up in district court, as the early October deadline looms for a citywide ban on miniature bottles of booze. This week, the Santa Fe city attorney’s office... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Dispatch from the Riverbank: Frustrations with lack of information about toxic mine spill continue in the Four CornersRivers run a lot of colors, borrowing shades from red rock canyons after summer
Dispatch from the Riverbank: Frustrations with lack of information about toxic mine spill continue in the Four Corners
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 16 days ago
Rivers run a lot of colors, borrowing shades from red rock canyons after summer rain, running mud brown during spring runoff and baking to a cool, soothing emerald green in the dog days of summer. But hearts broke earlier this month when the Animas... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Bed Tax a Boon: City brings in more than $800,000 for lodger's tax for past fiscal yearRevenues from the city’s “bed tax” increased by 10 percent this past fiscal yea
Bed Tax a Boon: City brings in more than $800,000 for lodger's tax for past fiscal year
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
Revenues from the city’s “bed tax” increased by 10 percent this past fiscal year, bringing in just over $800,000 between last summer and this summer. It’s a sign, at the very least, that tourists are coming back and that the city’s hospitality... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Santa Feans for Whom? Putting the lout back in cloutI don’t normally write about national politics in my column, but my editor says
Santa Feans for Whom? Putting the lout back in clout
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 18 days ago
I don’t normally write about national politics in my column, but my editor says I owe you full disclosure, so here it is. I’ve recently become chairman of Santa Feans for Donald Trump, and, friends, I’m asking for your support. You may wonder what... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Back to School Reading List for Grown-UpsAlthough the practice has faded over time, summer reading lists used to be a th
Back to School Reading List for Grown-Ups
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 18 days ago
Although the practice has faded over time, summer reading lists used to be a thing. The public libraries in the Midwestern city where I grew up promoted the idea, with the local Pizza Hut as a sponsor. For every book you read when school was out of... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Letters to the Editor:Cover, Aug. 5: “Halves, Haves and Nave Nots” One for the ‘Haves’ I recently pu
Letters to the Editor:
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
Cover, Aug. 5: “Halves, Haves and Nave Nots” One for the ‘Haves’ I recently purchased a home on the east side from the family who originally built it. It cost about $300,000 and is in a great state of disrepair. The foundation is crumbling, there... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
We Have a WinnerOur Best of Santa Fe was a whopper of an issue—146 pages to be exact—so, in ord
We Have a Winner
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 19 days ago
Our Best of Santa Fe was a whopper of an issue—146 pages to be exact—so, in order to give our readers a chance to really sop up the bestness, we created a respite page between sections. It featured a connect-the-dots lowrider along with a message... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Been through Hell: New grief counseling program helps Central American children who’ve seen horrorsIt wasn’t until considerably later in life that Roxana Melendez—born in Santa F
Been through Hell: New grief counseling program helps Central American children who’ve seen horrors
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
It wasn’t until considerably later in life that Roxana Melendez—born in Santa Fe and of Salvadoran-Guatemalan descent—realized that the hardship that her parents suffered through to get here weighed heavily on her. Her mother, Aida, and father,... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Priest and Legend Dies: Father Casimiro Roca of Chimayó dies at 97The Rev. Casimiro Roca, a Northern New Mexican legend for his great faith, his
Priest and Legend Dies: Father Casimiro Roca of Chimayó dies at 97
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 24 days ago
The Rev. Casimiro Roca, a Northern New Mexican legend for his great faith, his enduring age and his blessing of holy dirt, died this week after having just celebrated his 97th birthday a few weeks earlier. Fabiola Valdez, the parish administrator... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
False Alert at WIPPRead more at the Carlsbad Current Argus. Public Education Department Secretary
False Alert at WIPP
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
Read more at the Carlsbad Current Argus. Public Education Department Secretary Hanna Skandera says she's agreed to tweak a portion of her controversial teacher evaluation program that uses student test scores to grade how non-core subject teachers,... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Letters to the Editor:Cholo Gothic...sweet. Not the Cathedral Using the Cathedral with the woman an
Letters to the Editor:
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
Cholo Gothic...sweet. Not the Cathedral Using the Cathedral with the woman and title isn’t the best choice. I can see where many Catholics and others in the “City of Holy Faith” would be offended, but something tells me SFR knows this and is going... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Halves, Haves and Have Nots: Nowhere is Santa Fe’s disparity more obvious than in the housing marketJoe Encinas starts to feel a little sick every time he thinks about how his bro
Halves, Haves and Have Nots: Nowhere is Santa Fe’s disparity more obvious than in the housing market
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
Joe Encinas starts to feel a little sick every time he thinks about how his brothers and sisters sold the family home in what is now an upper-crust neighborhood on Santa Fe’s east side. It was no more than a stone’s throw from Upper Canyon Road,... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Google Trekker Goes Deep: Gadget helps hikers grab images of Santa Fe’s great outdoorsGoogle ain’t God just yet, but its capacity to reach into the four corners of t
Google Trekker Goes Deep: Gadget helps hikers grab images of Santa Fe’s great outdoors
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
Google ain’t God just yet, but its capacity to reach into the four corners of the world, with its powerful satellite images, is certainly unprecedented and unmatched. We’ve all gone there, right down to the grainy street that we grew up on, courtesy... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Medpot OK? DEA Says No Way: SF cops called in the feds after a cannabis dispensary explosion, and they ripped apart an entire cropWhen Santa Fe police responded to the scene of an explosion at a Santa Fe medic
Medpot OK? DEA Says No Way: SF cops called in the feds after a cannabis dispensary explosion, and they ripped apart an entire crop
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 25 days ago
When Santa Fe police responded to the scene of an explosion at a Santa Fe medical cannabis dispensary on July 23, they knew right away that they wanted reinforcements to help with the investigation. But the decision to call in the federal Drug... Read more
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Sports Business Daily
French Basketball League Signs $55M TV Deal With SFR-Numéricable, L'Equipe21 The French Basketball League (LNB) announced a five-year, €50M ($54.5M) TV de
French Basketball League Signs $55M TV Deal With SFR-Numéricable, L'Equipe21
Sports Business Daily / Posted 26 days ago
The French Basketball League (LNB) announced a five-year, €50M ($54.5M) TV deal with SFR-Numéricable, which will carry games on its Ma Chaîne Sport channel, and L'Equipe21,... Read more
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Investopedia
Top 3 Copper ETFs (JJC,COPX,SFR,SCCO,GLEN,CPER)Copper is the main industrial metal used in the world and the third-largest met
Top 3 Copper ETFs (JJC,COPX,SFR,SCCO,GLEN,CPER)
Investopedia / Posted 26 days ago
Copper is the main industrial metal used in the world and the third-largest metal mined overall. Its primary use is as a fundamental element in electrical wiring and heating. Copper is a superior conductor of electricity and heat. It is a soft,... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Morning Word:"Today’s unveiling of the so-called ‘Clean Power Plan’ is a continuation of thi
Morning Word:
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 26 days ago
"Today’s unveiling of the so-called ‘Clean Power Plan’ is a continuation of this Administration’s war on jobs, electric reliability, and families nationwide struggling to make ends meet,” said Pearce. “This rule will undoubtedly raise electric rates... Read more
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Business Wire
B2R Finance Appoints Brad Weber Chief Accounting OfficerNEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--B2R Finance, a leading lender for single-family rent
B2R Finance Appoints Brad Weber Chief Accounting Officer
Business Wire / Posted 26 days ago
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--B2R Finance, a leading lender for single-family rental (SFR) property investors announced today that Brad Weber has joined the company as chief accounting officer, reporting to Chief Financial Officer Darren Thompson. In... Read more
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Honolulu Star-Advertiser
Hawaii mortgage closing costs top U.S.Wait a second, this article is very misleading. The article is based on the upd
Hawaii mortgage closing costs top U.S.
Honolulu Star-Advertiser / Posted 27 days ago
Wait a second, this article is very misleading. The article is based on the updated closing costs from Bankrate for a $200,000 loan amount. A $200,000 loan amount is probably a condo or townhouse purchase or refinance, not a single family residence... Read more
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Santa Fe Reporter
Explosions Terrorize ChurchgoersRead his view here. At the White House today, President Barack Obama is expect
Explosions Terrorize Churchgoers
Santa Fe Reporter / Posted 27 days ago
Read his view here. At the White House today, President Barack Obama is expected to announce new rules aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. Opponents in multiple states plan to ask a federal judge to halt the implementation... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Germans Will Give EABC a Firm LegThe East African Business Council (EABC), the region's leading business lobby,
Germans Will Give EABC a Firm Leg
AllAfrica.com / Posted 27 days ago
The East African Business Council (EABC), the region's leading business lobby, recently announced signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Federation of German Industries (BDI), their counterparts in the European Union's biggest economy. BDI... Read more
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