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Opinion
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Democrats in the New Mexico Legislature will soon have to choose between good government and good politics. On the side of good government is the New Mexico Citizen Redistricting Committee, a seven-member board headed by former Supreme Court Justice Edward Chavez, which has been holding public meetings throughout the state to gather input from residents to guide the redrawing of political district maps, as required every 10 year after the census. more
Vote. Make your voice heard. Participate in democracy. In recent years, election officials have made it easier and easier to vote. Early voting, mail voting, convenience centers and other improvements demonstrate that municipalities recognize the busy nature of American life in the 21st Century. more
Do you ever give much thought to where your weaner steers and heifers go when you load’em on the truck or take’m to the sale? more
Early voting began for local elections on Oct. 5. As you prepare to vote, you need reliable information to determine which candidates best represent your values. more
In addition to an array of candidates for local elections, your Nov. 2 ballot will feature two questions regarding the Las Cruces Public Schools. more
I’ve got a mule deer hangin’ on my wall from northern New Mexico so I could relate to Rafael’s story. more
City Council elections are coming up. Council members look after the City’s growth and development, and currently Las Cruces has the following: :The Airport Action Plan, Las Cruces Innovation … more
Mrs. Pamela Cort is a fine woman in her own right but she is entirely wrong for LCPS School Board District 2. When she was selected as a Board Member she inevitably stated that she was for Equity and … more
Raymond M. Jaramillo wrong for School BoardIn the recent bulletin put out by the League of Women Voters, a liberal, partisan group in Dona Ana County, Ray Jaramillo has taken to aligning himself with … more
This month, Ndakasi an endangered mountain gorilla who became known with her selfies with a park ranger in Congo, died after an illness in the arms of the ranger who rescued her as an infant 14 years … more
Every four years, Americans flock to the polls in droves to elect a new president. Last year, more than 155 million people cast their ballots, most of them just happy that the campaign was finally over, at least for a minute. more
Where will you sleep tonight? Chances are, you’ll sleep in the same comfortable bed you slept in last night? more
Astrology is one of those wonderful pseudo-sciences like naturopathy or cattle futures that anybody with an imagination can rapidly become an expert in. more
For more than a year and a half now, we’ve all wanted things to get back to normal. This week, right here in Doña Ana County, you can experience one of the most normal, traditional, American, New Mexican events of all: the Southern New Mexico State Fair. more
I try not to make this column too educational but sometimes there is a need that can’t be ignored. When ranchers and cowmen work their cowherd, they are often under pressure to cull cows that they have developed a peculiar fondness for. more
The actor-director-movie star Clint Eastwood is always good for a quote. Some of the famous ones are “You just gotta ask yourself one question: ‘Do I feel lucky?’ Well do ya, punk?!” from 1971’s “Dirty Harry,” or “Go ahead, make my day!” from 1983’s “Sudden Impact,” or “Get off my lawn!” from 2009’s “Gran Torino.” more
Now and then I get to thinkin’ I should quit this feedlot job. Go and ride with Buster, what’s-his-name, his Texas wagon mob. more
The Big Dog is gone. Neil McCarthy died in his sleep last Sunday after living for 81 years. more
Following each decennial census, the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives are reapportioned so that rapidly growing states gain representation and states with slower growth lose. Then, the states draw new district boundaries (redistricting) to reflect shifts in population within the state. more
“What?!” “Are you telling me the Cruces-Mayfield game is THIS Friday? And you’re talking about the Las Cruces High School-Mayfield High School FOOTBALL game?” more
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