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Editorials
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With the governor’s signing of a new law updating the state’s high school curriculum, New Mexico families now have a prime opportunity to shape local high school course requirements in a … more
Recently Merriam-Webster declared that English sentences may end with prepositions – a bit redundant since, there was never an actual rule against ending sentences with prepositions but, much … more
For those who remember the Muppet Show on television, one of the joys was seeing celebrity guest stars surrounded by muppet characters, usually in a typhoon of comic mayhem. Today, the Muppet Show is … more
The week before New Mexico’s legislative session opened on Tuesday, state Sen. Crystal Brantley (known as Crystal Diamond before her recent marriage) was already in Santa Fe meeting with the … more
Martin Luther King Jr. is remembered differently by different people. Some remember him for his assertion that nonviolent struggle was the righteous and effective path to justice. Others reflect … more
In Albuquerque, first-term state Sen. Katy Duhigg, a Democrat elected in 2020, has been preparing for a “short session” sure to be packed with proposals going beyond budgetary matters and … more
Claudia Sheinbaum or Xóchitl Gálvez? Which of these two women will be the first woman in Mexico’s history to be elected President in the national elections next June?  … more
The Doña Ana County Board of County Commissioners elected first-term commissioner Christopher Schaljo-Hernandez as board chair on Tuesday. Schaljo-Hernandez represents District 1 after … more
A new mayor and governing board took their seats in the Las Cruces City Council chambers Tuesday afternoon for their first meeting of the new year. Mayor Eric Enriquez as well as councilors … more
The Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley will be governed differently in the future, pending approval from the state government. Among a slew of administrative changes to the … more
The newly minted Las Cruces Pecan Festival is coming up April 13-14. Developed to highlight the importance and impact of the pecan industry on the local economy, the event will feature the talent and … more
My childhood was unusual in that I spent a great deal of time around a diverse crew of adults, many of whom were argumentative. My parents entertained large gatherings of friends at least twice … more
As president of the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership, I am thrilled to share the excitement surrounding our upcoming New Year's Eve event, the renowned Chile Drop. This free family celebration has … more
“A Modern-Day Visit from St. Nick,” verse by Algernon D’Ammassa/Las Cruces Bulletin. more
For 13 years, former editor and publisher Richard Coltharp devoted space in each Bulletin before Christmas to reprinting Clement Clarke Moore’s classic Christmas poem, “A Visit from St. … more
My Thursday started with this comment: “There is more time behind us than in front of us.” Around noonday, a friend quoted a favorite movie, “The Shawshank Redemption”: … more
Last summer I wrote a column praising the United States Senate for finally passing a bill to compensate those in southern New Mexico who suffered illness and death following exposure to the … more
They said it couldn’t be done … and by “they” I mean me and just about everyone else who has followed the New Mexico State University football team over the years. In … more
In my 13-plus years with the Las Cruces Bulletin, I’ve written more than 600 columns. Some have been serious, some have been light-hearted, some have been educational (I hope), and a lot have … more
The risk of talking to people who are much more knowledgeable on a particular topic is it may require a re-evaluation of long-held beliefs. Dr. James Conca accurately describes himself as one of … more
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