KSFR's Nancy Stapp brings you local news at noon. 

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Aww. Summer. Think vacation. Camping. Swimming. And the kids hanging around the house all day complaining they have nothing to do. Well, it’s the city of Santa Fe to the rescue. Along with the state Cultural Department, the city has launched what it calls a “Cultural Passport” program. Children and teenagers  ages 3 to 18 can get free passes to about 40 cultural venues and events around the city and win prizes while they are at it. KSFR’s Dennis Carroll talked with Mayor Javier Gonzales about the program, which also involves moms and dads.

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It’s the eve of the UK’s referendum vote to remain in or leave the European Union, a question that hasn’t been put to UK voters since 1975. Polls show Brits are evenly divided on whether or not to make their “Brexit,” but Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce CEO and British citizen Simon Brackley knows where he stands. KSFR’s Kate Powell checked in with the local business expert, and brings us this interview.

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