The past 100 years, Feb. 20, 2019

February 21, 2019

From the Santa Fe New Mexican:

Feb. 20, 1919: Shrapnel Torn Young Miner of Pecos Back From the Big Fight

Eustacio Ortiz Brings Back Fame and Scars From Bloody Chateau-Thierry; Santa Fe Indian Boy Regular He-Fighter, He Says

Feb. 20, 1969: Gov. David F. Cargo’s threat to line item veto an appropriation for a Thiokol Chemical Corp. industrial development contract may veto the Department of Development’s (DOD) industrial division right out of existence.

Feb. 20, 1994: In the wake of two stabbings last week at Santa Fe junior high schools, police on Tuesday will begin routine patrols at the district’s three junior highs, city officials said Saturday.

The move, requested by City Councilor Peso Chavez, who heads the city’s Public Safety Committee and is running for mayor, would place police on campuses at Capshaw Middle School and Alameda and DeVargas junior highs at the end of the day.