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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 17, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE ependeni Serving Nevv Mexico for 156years WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 2005 FIFTY CENTS INSIDE The excitement and bustle of Indian Market are here First and foremost is the art and the or so artists collective creative energy But Indian Market also it parties fashion films music gallery walks and food Inside The New Mexican today youll find our annual Indian Market magazine r the only guide jWith all the events and complete booth locator information Navajo brings his magical images to market By DEBORAH BAKER The Associated Press When LeRoy DeJoIie shoots the endless blue skies and striking red sandstonemesas of Navajo country its not just with the eye of a photographer but with the heart of a son I grew up in a sheep camp Im about as Navajo as they said DeJoIie who has spent nearly all his life in the high wind swept country LeRoy of northern Ari DeJolie zonas Kaibito Plateau Traveling in his old Toyota truck lugging along a vintage bigformat camera and tripod DeJoIie spends his spare time hes a steelworker captur ing the stunning vistas of the land of the Dine the Navajos name for themselves He has racked up about miles on the odometer an inventory of images and a growing reputation as a landscape photographer I see Navajoland not as dry and barren and desolate I see it as very DeJoIie said Its not only my homeland but its a magical DeJoIies book Navajoland Please see MARKET Page A5 Council stalls WalMart for study After allnight debate project tabled for traffic issues By TOM SHARPE The New Mexican Its not over yet The Santa Fe City Council deliberated into the wee hours Tuesday over a proposed Wal Mart Supercenter on the far southwestern end of town But after five hours of impas sioned testimony from dozens of people on either side of the issue culminating in tiebreaking votes by Mayor Larry Delgado the governing body decided to recon sider the project in 30 days The extra month is intended to give developers of the Entrada Cpntenta shopping center and city engineers more time to examine traffic issues The approximately 33acre complex anchored by the WalMart store would sit between the Tierra Contenta housing subdivision and Cerril los Road One concern expressed by city councilors is whether new devel opments on either side of that sec tion of Cerrillos Road a state Please see WALMART Page A4 Road Wai fterrera Drive Chain aims to add gas pumps in Santa Fe Swot fi I Las Soleras Alignment of new Cerrillos Road intersections is one traffic concern for city officials The New Mexican Alexander New Mexican On the Web For more WalMart related stories and our online poll go to www WalMart is making cheap gasoline one of its selling points in Santa Fe where motor ists have long grumbled about paying some of New Mexicos highest pump prices John Petrovich regional realestate manager from the companys Bentonville head quarters said Tuesday that hes aiming for three selfservice filling stations in Santa Fe Petrovich said he plans to add pumps at the existing WalMart at 3298 Cerrillos Road as part Please see PUMPS Page A4 Changing a culture of DWI Luis Sanchez New Mexican Juliana Solano 21 whose brother Tim Solano pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide Monday speaks Tuesday at a Community DWI Action Forum at Santa Fe Community College She said Santa Fe has a culture that leaves children unoccupied and they begin to abuse alcohol at a young age I Drunken drivers sister calls for reform at first public forum By HENRY The New Mexican A series of public forums on drunken driving kicked off Tuesday night at Santa Fe Community College About 60 people attended the event which was inspired by and dedicated to Judith ScasserraCinciripini the Santa Fe cyclist killed last month when she was struck by a truck driven by a drunken driver ScasserraCinciripinis death has prompted many around Santa Fe to call for increased scrutiny of the states drunkendriving laws On Tuesday Tim Solanos sister joined them Solano 35 of Santa Fe pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide in Santa Fe Dis trict Court on Monday He had been con victed of drunken driving at least three times prior to crashing into Scasserra Cinciripini Solano has become a symbol of whats wrong with New Mexico in relation to drunken driving New Mexico has the sixth highest rate of people killed by drunken drivers according to a 2004 study conducted by the National High way Transportation Safety Administra tion Speaking at the meeting Solanos sister Juliana said state and local leaders need to look at the root causes of drunken driving in Nevv Mexico She said Santa Fe has a culture that leaves children unoccupied and they begin to abuse alcohol at a young age She did not excuse what her brother Please see DWI Page A6 Inside DWI expert says interlocks effective Page A6 On the Web For continued DWI coverage comments and our ballot go to www freenewmexican Sweet study Author travels the world to uncover the 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Boston By FELICIA FONSECA The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE A fugitive New businessman wanted on charges ranging from tax evasion to embezzle ment was1 captured Tuesday in Boston Michael was arrested by Massachusetts State Police as he left the yacht AqunaMatada which was docked at a marina in Bostons North End Most of Soutars alleged victims were Santa Fe residents who invested in the Santa Fe Market a business Soutar cre ated for artists to sell their works He was indicted in December in connec tion with dealings involving his defunct business He has been wanted since escaping that month from a work detail at the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center in Albuquerque The Marshals Service in Con necticut tracked him to the Boston area after receiving a tip from the Bernalillo County sheriffs department that Soutar may have been on a yacht Massachusetts state police kept watch on the 53foot yacht where they found Soutar and an unnamed woman identified as his girlfriend They watched the boat they saw the individual they identified the indi vidual as he came off the boat started conversation with him and arrested said State Police Lieutenant Sha ron Costine Soutar wasnt trying to flee when he was arrested Costine said Please see FUGITIVE Page A5 Michael Soutar Santa Fe businessman wallked away from an Albuquerque work detail in December
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