Sept. 17, 1947: Although a few stores reported a sales lull within the past few days, Santa Feans, in general, continue to lay it on the line for platinum-priced steaks and chops, a survey indicated today.
One owner of a prominent shop who estimated the decline in volume as possibly as high as 30 per cent, said that housewives were economizing on delicacies and semi-delicacies but the buying of meats, dairy products and other staples is holding up.
Sept. 17, 1972: After the failure this week of an eleventh-hour attempt at pre-trial settlement of the Tesuque
school controversy, antagonists in the dispute enter District Court for a showdown tomorrow morning.
Meanwhile, the State Department of Education has granted the new community-run Tesuque School an unprecedented short-term permit authorizing the facility to continue operating until Oct. 2, at which time a decision will be made on whether the shool may continue.
Sept. 17, 1997: Under the new five-year management contract for Los Alamos National Laboratory, the lab will be required for the first time to invest up to $4 million in economic development initiatives and education projects intended to benefit Northern New Mexico