Santa Fe mayor also considering running for governor

Santa Fe mayor also considering running for governor

NewsTaco December 12, 2016

*Sources confirm that Javier Gonzales is in fact running for Governor of New Mexico. The news was confirmed this morning. VL By Heath Haussamen, Add Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales to […]

Former New Mexico justice, founder of Hispanic rights group dies

NewsTaco September 8, 2016

*So much of U.S. Latino politics stands on the shoulders of people like Sosa. I found this telling: he died in the adobe house where he was born. His father […]

Déjà Vu in Oregon. Not exactly.

NewsTaco January 21, 2016

*It’s unfortunate, Eduardo Diaz tells us, that in the reporting of the takeover of federal lands in Oregon the claims of tribal sovereignty have been ignored. In the summer of […]

Growing up 50/50 in Santa Fe

NewsTaco May 29, 2014

*Our storytellers matter. You’ll be seeing more of this in NewsTaco. VL By Sandra Ramos O’Briant, NewsTaco In Santa Fe, New Mexico, I attended barrio schools and was bullied for […]

Latina principal transforms school into top in nation

January 13, 2014

By Lindsey Anderson, Las Cruces Sun-News LCSN Editor’s Note: The success of any community largely depends on the people who live there. In Doña Ana County, we are fortunate to have […]

Summit Raises Awareness of Human Trafficking in N.M.

August 20, 2013

By Colleen Keane, Navajo Times/New America Media Get free. That’s the message The Life Link, a Santa Fe based agency, is sending out to human trafficking victims. The message comes with […]

Consultant to former NM secretary of state sentenced

By Gary Gerew, Albuquerque Business Journal Armando C. Gutierrez, 65, of Corpus Christi, Texas, has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison followed by three years of supervised release […]