Cover, Aug. 22: “Santa Fe’s Dark History”
For next time…
Santa Fe Indian School: When children were taken from families and were forced to deny their tribe's language with the threat of violence. Why isn't this a horror worth mentioning?
Lynn Ann Rose Miles
Editor's Note: We may continue "Dark History" as an occasional feature in SFR, and are open to suggestions for more topics! Send an email firstname.lastname@example.org with your favorite (or least favorite, as the case may be) historical epoch in Santa Fe.
News, Aug. 22: “Unsolved, but Not Cold”
Get it together
Generally speaking, I think the SFPD needs more training in solving cases of homicide and attempted murder. I would like to see proper funding so that detectives can obtain advanced training at Quantico or wherever training of this nature takes place.
News, Aug. 22: “A Tale of Three Schools”
Willing to bet
I'm guessing there are not any schools on the south side of Santa Fe with only 17 children in a second-grade class.
Laura C Baguley-Ortega
Food, Aug. 22: “Opuntia Continues to Blossom”
Nom nom nom
Thanks for sharing this vivid experience. I am such a fan of the new inspired bold evening menu and, like you, can't get enough Gojijang popcorn!