Santa Fe New Mexican, August 20, 2005

Santa Fe New Mexican

August 20, 2005

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New Mexican (Newspaper) - August 20, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE SANTA FE Locally owned and independent SeivingNew Mexico for156 years SATURDAY AUGUST 20 2005 FIFTY CENTS State panel decision may stall civic center Review committee delays approval of excavation permit By MARISSA STONE The New Mexican The city of Santa Fe ran into a major stumbling block Friday with its plans to build a new civic cen ter after a state review committee tabled a decision granting a permit to excavate human remains at the site Without the permit work on the million project will stall Tesuque Pueblo leaders who are opposed to building the center which replaces Sweeney Con vention Center and would be built at the same location say remains at the site belong to their ancestors and should not be disturbed Please see EXCAVATION Page A5 Jane New Mexican From left Tesuque Pueblo councilman Mike Leno San Juan Gov Joe Garcia consultant Drew Setter and Tesuque Gov Mark Mitchell seated speak Friday against excavating human remains at the civiccenter site Best of Show noshow Karl New Mexican John Berkenfield a volunteer with the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts carefully moves a pot by Hopi artist Jacob Koopee Jr that won the Indian Market Best of Show on Friday at Sweeney Convention Center Hopi potter wins top Indian Market award but misses reception By SHANNON SHAW The New Mexican Jacob Koopee Jr will be the name people repeat throughout Indian Market this year But the man who won Best of Show for his pottery was a noshow at the reception Friday night at Sweeney Convention Center when winners were announced by David Dear judging chairman of the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts Absent its creator Koopees alone swathed in ribbons as a SWAIA volunteer watched over and visitors ogled it and other winning works at this years Market Thirtynine judges deliberated for seven hours on 13 artwork for Best of Show Best of Show this year was a difficult one because we had so many great Dear said We voted on it three or four Each artist who enters Indian Market may submit three pieces for the con test More than a thousand entries were entered and from those judges narrowed the selection to 13 before making their final Judges felt Koopees pottery had both the traditional and contemporary aspects that Inside Indian Market winners list Todays Indian Market schedule Page A6 made it a complete piece Dear said We felt that the piece represented everything in the he said Koopee a Hopi will receive and more importantly the recognition that goes with being a Best of Show winner at Indian Market said David Cloutier SWAIAs exec utive director Its a highhonor for these artists to be selected and collectors are very well aware of the value of an award from Cloutier said Collectors will be visiting these artists no doubt based partly on the reputation conveyed by the award given by Please see SHOW Page A6 Kirtland airman winner of Powerball jackpot By ANNA MACIAS AGUAYO The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE An airman at Kirtland Air Force Base is the winner of a million Powerball jackpot among the largest in state history the New Mexico Lottery Author ity announced Friday John San Carder a master sergeant assigned to the 58th Training Squadron at the New Mexico military base held the only ticket for the Aug 10 Powerball drawing that matched all six numbers San Cartier 33 said he tried to keep his good fortune a secret while he sought the advice of financial and legal pro fessionals before claim ing the prize But news that he was the winner spread rapidly among friends and even a few strangers who recognized him at the bank where he rented a safety Please see JACKPOT Page A4 Two police officers shot killed in Albuquerque Suspect also charged in two fatal shootings hours earlier in city John San Cartier Master sergeant wins million the second largest prize in state history By FELICIA FONSECA The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE A man accused of fatally shooting two police officers as they tried to pick him up for a men talhealth evaluation was charged Fri day with four counts of murder two for the deaths of the officers and two for another shooting the same day John Hyde 48 was arrested about two hours after the officers were shot Thursday night near downtown Albu querque He was being held without bond Friday at the Metropolitan Deten tion Center A monster is behind said Albu querque Mayor Martin Chavez He is never coming out This is a day well never ever forget in this Choking back tears at an afternoon Please see SHOT Page A4 INSIDE TODAY Annies Mailbox B5 Health Dl Business C6 Local news Cl Cars Trucks El Lotteries C2 Classifieds E2 Opinion Comics A7 D6 Religion D4 Crossword B5 Spans Bl Todays forecast Some sun Tstorm in evening High 81 low 56 PageC8 TheWesfs Oldest Newspaper Five sections 40 pages TV Book 56 pages 156th year Issue No 232 Publication No 596440 Late paper 9840363 Classified ads 9863000 Todays obituaries Ocira Rojas 37 Aug 14 tgnacio Flores 73 Santa Fe Aug 19 John P Bradbury 68 Monte Vista Aug 15 Please see Page C2 Coming Sunday While Gov Bill Richardson presses to tighten penalties for sex offenders in New Mexico members of the states Sex Offender Management Board question why a critical offendertreatment program wasnt funded Sunday changes You expect a lot from The New Mexican your home town newspaper We work to deliver a accurate comprehensive and interesting news report every day Our mission hasnt changed but we are making some changes to the Sunday newspaper to bring you more local national and interna tional news and to make it easier for you to find that news New Sunday magazine We have taken the Travel Focus and Entertainment Fed the spirit pages added more informa tion about family fashion and technology along with video game reviews book reviews comics and humorous news and combined them into a magazine called Sunday that will help you make the most of your time money and lei sure Youll get stories that will help you Manage your time with your family Keep up on the latest fashion tips and trends Make the most of your travel time and money informed about the latest technology Brought to you in an easy touse tabloid format youll want to hang onto Sunday and enjoy it all week long New Neighbors section Some of our most popular pages feature weddings anniversaries divorces births and stories about the people and personalities that make our community so spe cial Weve taken our Neighbors pages added more news and created a freestand ing Neighbors section that has more stories about your neighbors and your commu nity New Nation World section Weve added a new Nation World section that will feature a recap of the weeks top national and international news as well as an indepth coverage of stories So please check out the Sunday New Mexican and tell us what you think about the changes and what you suggest for your Sunday paper Contact assistant man aging editor Mike Cosgrove at 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