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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 24, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico HAPPY THANKSGIVING NOVEMBER THE SANTA FE THURSDAY 50 CENTS WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE Jane New Mexican Tomas Romero a board member at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe is one of 12 people honored by The New Mexi can for making a difference in their commu nities Each Thanksgiving the paper honors Northern New Mexicans who stepped for ward and gave time to help others This years honorees are Romero Judy Espinar Salome DeAguero Stewart Young blood Sara Melton Clark Case Connie Tsosie Diane Granito Becky Donhue and the three founding members of Mariachi Juvenit Yolanda Colorado Pat Greathouse and Eddie Hernandez Read their stories Page El DWI LANL Feds delay decision on lab contract By Andy Lenderman The New Mexican The National Nuclear Security Administration has delayed an announcement of who will take over management of Los Alamos National Laboratory Tyler Przybylek who chairs a group of NNSA employees studying the matter has requested more time to analyze proposals from two groups compet ing to take over managing the lab A decision on the selection of a contractor to manage and operate Los Alamos National Labora tory will not be announced on Dec 1 as previously a Wednesday morning news release from NNSA said Przybylek said he does not anticipate a significant delay in the selection the release said Sen Pete Domenici RNJVL said the delay would be brief LIS Rep Tom Udall said he was disap pointed with news of the postponement People have been in a limho situation up there for a he said by I certainly hope this is a short Lab employees do good work at the lab and have a right to know when the new contractor will be Please see LAB Page A8 Driver gets 12 years Photos by Kathy De La New Mexican Tim Solano left listens to Theresa Cinciripini and her twin sister Rosa speak to District Judge Michael Vigil about the loss of their mother Judith ScasserraCinciripini Vigil sentenced Solano who had pleaded guilty to vehicular homicide to 12 years in prison for crash ing into ScasserraCincirlpin ss she rode her bleycSe on Old Santa Fe Trail on July 27 Soiano is shown next to his attorney Dan Maricwe Slain womans husband A part of me died By Jason Auslander The New Mexican n an emotionally charged hear ing late Wednesday afternoon a 35yearold Santa Fe man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for running down and killing a bicyclist last summer while driving drunk on Old Santa Fe Trail Tim Solano whod been convicted of drunken driving twice before me fatal accident in July looked on as the family of Judith ScasserraCinciripini described the intense anguish her death caused Mr Solano ran into Judith and slaugh tered her like an said Domiriick Cinciripini her husband A part of me died that night and will never live again Fm all alone Til never get over Cinciripini 80 told District Judge Michael Vigil of his 58yearold wifes enchanting spirit and said I loved her from the first minute I saw spoke of their 33 years together her beauty her philanthropic nature her artistic talent and her devotion to Santa Fes culture She loved Santa he said Even when he described viewing a Polaroid photo of his wifes face that sheriffs deputies had showed him at the accident scene for identification pur poses Cinciripini described her Hps and said her face was still He said she wore a halfsmile in the picture that he hoped meant her last thoughts were of him and their twin daughters Still most of his comments centered on Please see DEATH Page A9 Dominick Cinciripini right comforts his daugh ter Theresa during Solanos sentencing WAR IN IRAQ Press warned about publishing leaked memo By Tom Hundley Chicago Tribune LONDON Britains attor ney general has invoked the Official Secrets Act to block publication of a leaked memo that purports to show disagree ments between Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush over the Iraq war British governments statement boosts credibility of report alleging President Bush wanted to bomb The memo came to light Tuesday after a frontpage story in Londons Daily Mirror said Bush wanted to bomb the Qatar headquarters of AlJazeera the Arabic television network that has long been an irritant to the administration By Tuesday night with the Daily Mirror hinting of more dis closures to come Attorney Gen eral Peter Goldsmith informed British newspaper editors that publication of a document that has been unlawfully disclosed by a crown servant could be in breach of section 5 of the Official Secrets Several major Brit ish newspapers said Wednesday that while the Blair government Please see MEMO Page A10 TURKEY DAY The Broncos and the Cowboys face off in a highstakes Thanksgiving showcase today Sports Bl ROOSTER PLUCKED OneEyed Dick arrived at Municipal Court for a hearing Wednesday about his morning crowing that has neighbors riled but he was forced to wait in the car Local Cl Despite a lack of snow several area ski resorts are opening this weekend A new column for wintersports enthusiasts provides an update on slope conditions Outdoors Di Index A locally owned and independent newspaper Annies Horoscope Police notes Dl Time TEACHERSPETS Ross as the students call him embodies a new breed of reading teacher in public schools Hes great with kids hes patient and he likes to have his ears rubbed Ross is an Irish setter trained as a therapy dog to help kids improve their reading skills PageC9 Main office Late paper Classifieds News tips TODAY Partly cloudy High 57 low 27 PageC12 OBITUARIES Wayne H Seidel Dallas Nov 19 Sandra B Biddle 49 Santa Fe Nov 14 PageC2 9833303 984O363 9863000 9863030 Six sections 52 pages 156th year Issue No 328 Publication No 596440 Serving New Mexico for 156 years
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