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The families of two people who died just four days apart after falling ill in the Santa Fe County Adult Correctional Facility are pushing for a grand jury investigation of alleged wrongdoing by the County government.

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School district officials from around the state, including in the Española School District, are concerned a change in public employee health care rules could exacerbate the already staggering number of teacher vacancies.

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Nationwide, local governments, activists and other community members are trying to convince people to participate in the U.S. Census, in hopes of avoiding a historic undercount that could cost local communities millions of dollars in federal funding.

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Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative has hired a lobbyist to represent Co-op interests in the 2020 legislative session—though over half of the Board of Trustees did not see the lobbyists’ contract before the Board approved it, and trustees did not know the details of what the lobbyists will …