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July 6, 2016, 12:00 am

Cover, June 22: “Pride”


What an incredible issue with riveting perspective and authenticity! Thank you, SFR!

Marissa Sutfin
via Facebook

Way to Go, Zak

Thank you, Zak Young!

Carla Gilfillan
via Facebook

Cover, June 8: “Local Music Issue”

Real Truthiness

While reading your May 4 issue, I came across your invitation for musicians: “Promote your music in SFR’s Big Music Issue June 8.” Wow! How excited I was! A chance to promote our fairly new band in a widely circulated music issue put out by SFR. I quickly submitted our CD and waited patiently for the big day. How disappointed I was to see that the music issue on June 8 was not a promotional issue but was a review issue. Every band was critiqued by the jury, and their findings were printed and circulated.

I learned at the tender age of 9, while in 4-H, never subject yourself to the opinions, bias or prejudice of others. No need to be vicious, Alex De Vore.

John Wayne, Bassist
Cactus Slim and the Goatheads

Cover, June 15: “Cornered”


If there has ever been a more destructive, self-entitled presence on the American landscape than the ranching industry, it is hard to imagine. ... The US Fish and Wildlife Service is doing a disservice to the American public by not doing everything in its power to protect every wild Mexican lobo. The treatment of wolves and wild predators in the US is abysmal.

Thomas Kane


“Try the Tri” (June 29) listed the wrong date for the Santa Fe Triathlon. The race is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Aug. 13.

SFR will correct factual errors online and in print. Please let us know if we make a mistake, or 988-7530.

Mail letters to PO Box 2306, Santa Fe, NM 87504, deliver to 132 E Marcy St., or email them to Letters (no more than 200 words) should refer to specific articles in the Reporter. Letters will be edited for space and clarity.


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