Welcome to our new web site!

To give our readers a chance to experience all that our new website has to offer, we have made all content freely avaiable, through October 1, 2018.

During this time, print and digital subscribers will not need to log in to view our stories or e-editions.

Opinion
137 results total, viewing 1 - 20
In the days leading up to the primary election in New Hampshire, several voters received phone calls from a voice that sounded like and claimed to be President Joe Biden encouraging them to stay home … more
The two presumptive nominees for president are 81 and 77 years old. They would be the oldest major party nominees for the office in history, just as they were in 2020. It is reasonable to consider … more
In 2003, then-Gov. Bill Richardson convinced New Mexico voters that the only way to fix our chronically underperforming schools was to scrap the old state school board and put one person in charge. … 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
For many families living in New Mexico, especially those living in poverty, the opportunity to send their children to a quality private school is not always a reality. In these circumstances, charter … more
In 2016, New Mexico voters passed a constitutional amendment to end the unfair practice of cash bonds after an arrest. A bond is different from a fine, which is a form of punishment imposed … more
With the unfortunate closing of the Crisis Triage Center in Doña Ana County, we would like to reassure the community that services are available for them at Mesilla Valley Hospital. more
Just when you think progress is being made with regards to good government and legislative transparency, something happens that restores the public distrust and skepticism that has plagued public … more
“Throw my brain in a hurricane And the blind can have my eyes And the deaf can have both of my ears If they don’t mind the size.” - John Prine I wasn’t … more
I am by nature an optimist, however, my optimism is being tested. Bill Maher, when being interviewed and asked about climate change recently, made the comment that we are like Thelma and Louise, … more
My dear friend, Mary Jane García, was many things: a New Mexico state Senator, a businesswoman, an anthropologist, a historian, an advocate for human and especially women’s rights, … more
Remembering Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis during 2022, at one of the weirder political events of my news career. more
I was driving through Colorado last summer when I encountered a series of electronic highway signs warning me to “slow the fast down.” Being a product of the Colorado school system, … more
As the New Mexico legislative session kicked off Tuesday, the public was blind in one very important respect. In the next four weeks, lawmakers will create a state budget worth at least $10 billion … more
Sexual violence in our institutions of higher ed will keep happening if governing authorities are not held responsible — in a meaningful way — for neglecting … more
“Big news” spent the past year assuring us Donald Trump would win the Republican nomination and that his challengers were surely doomed to fail. Then, on the night of the first primary … more
Dear editor, I find it intriguing that there’s little discussion about the declining population in the United States, particularly given its implications for funding future liabilities. … more
Dear editor, Shouldn’t we be able to keep our back yards and front yards nice and green with plenty of water? Do farmers have enough stored water to keep their crops healthy? Do local … more
In a few days, I’m off to Orlando for my 25th PGA Merchandise Show, often termed “The Major of the Golf Industry.” Virtually every year, speakers try to rally the troops to … more
The delay in filling the position of inspector general suggested city officials weren’t serious about keeping promises made in 2018 following audits that revealed allegations of bid-rigging and … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.

X