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The saga which has led us to our current healthcare crisis is that HB 75-The Medical Malpractice Act, written and sponsored by trial attorneys, was passed in 2021 and wrongfully grouped physicians … more
A specific line jumped out: “The sun is the same in a relative way, but you’re older, shorter of breath and one day closer to death.” The line is literally true. Whether … more
According to a recent study by Environmental Defense Fund scientists, it is the smaller and older, less productive oil and gas wells not subject to EPA methane regulations that are responsible for … more
It all came crashing down Nov. 19, 2022, when we learned New Mexico State University basketball player Mike Peake shot and killed a University of New Mexico student and was also injured by gunfire on … more
The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan organization, encourages citizens to be civically engaged in their communities. Every community has problems, some being common throughout our state and … more
He was a Tuskegee Airman, the U.S. Army’s first African-American air fighting corps, formed during World War II, when the military was still segregated. Las Crucen Clayton Flowers … more
The Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce wrapped another edition of Las Cruces Days in Santa Fe, the usually annual event that was interrupted the last two years by the pandemic. But … more
At its best, sports can provide lessons to help us in life. At the New Mexico State University football celebration Jan. 21 Downtown at Plaza de Las Cruces, Aggie Coach Jerry Kill called his team … more
Imagine going with some friends to a local restaurant. You’ve checked in and are waiting for your table. Another group walks up to put their name on the list, and the host says to them … more
Did they ever pry that gun away from Charleton Heston, or did they just bury him with it? Inspired by Heston, U.S. Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, made a similar vow last week, though it will be … more
I like driving to Albuquerque. It’s an easy route, a straight shot, and plenty of opportunities for good stops on the way. And by good stops, I mean great green chile cheeseburgers like the … more
I grew up in Oklahoma not liking pecans. After moving to New Mexico, I had the chance to eat fresh pecans. By fresh, I mean they had been on a tree the day before. And I actually liked them. It … more
At the end of the Quick Lane Bowl on ESPN Dec. 26 in Detroit, New Mexico State University head football coach Jerry Kill was on the turf of Ford Field accepting congratulations from fans and … more
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In this edition of the Bulletin, I continue a tradition carried by one of my mentors, the late Tom Reeves, who published newspapers in California, Colorado and Alamogordo, … more
As a retired public servant from the County Assessor’s Office, I want to congratulate Ms. Gina Ortega as she begins her term as Assessor. I also want to commend her choice of Mr. Ruben Reyes … more
The last time the New Mexico State University Board of Regents set out to pick a new leader, after having unceremoniously rid themselves of Garrey Carruthers, they had a hard time picking between the … more
If we were to randomly pick a time, date and place to throw a party, I doubt many people would choose midnight on Jan. 1 outdoors. It’s way too cold. Our forecast calls for strong winds most … more
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: In this edition of the Bulletin, I continue a tradition carried by one of my mentors, the late Tom Reeves, who published newspapers in … more
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