--2 7 Days
Oct. 24, 2016
Corey Johnson

7 Days

October 16, 2013, 6:00 am

St. Catherine Indian School owner alleges conspiracy. 
Court cases about the defunct campus now outnumber useful buildings there.

Someone fired shots at a speed feedback sign on Agua Fria
Absence of video means we'll never know what he was wearing.

Public tours resume at State Penitentiary.
Creative Tourism seance feature still under debate.

Federal government shutdown passes two-week mark.
24-hour Dunkin Donuts on St. Francis Drive still open for business!

Top level city officials got big raises.
Meanwhile, residents are paying more for trash collection. 

Gov. Martinez catches hell for using State Police helicopter for fundraiser travel.
Flight still cheaper than her new coffeemaker. 

Progressive Santa Fe PAC hires private eye for opposition research in city election.
Sounds more like Regressive Santa Fe Smack. 


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