Parents of slain exchange student Sabika Sheikh make first visit to Santa Fe
SANTA FE — The first thing Sabika Sheikh’s parents saw when they entered the main room at the Santa Fe Strong Resiliency Center were several large white canvas sheets forming a square in the center of the room. “God Bless Santa Fe” was emblazoned above dozens of messages scrawled in marker: “We miss you,” “Santa Fe Strong,” “Never forget.”
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