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Located near Texas and Mexico, the second largest city in New Mexico, Las Cruces stands as a testament to the rich tapestry of Hispanic heritage in the American Southwest. As Hispanic Heritage Month … more
Suicide Prevention Awareness: Our work is not yet done. Let’s promote hope and connectedness. September marks Suicide Prevention Month. Recent national polls indicate that 94 percent of … more
New Mexico Governor Grisham has announced an unconstitutional 30-day ban on open and concealed carry of firearms in Bernalillo County's public spaces. The Governor is attempting to accomplish this … more
We’re all familiar with the saying “desperate times call for desperate measures.” That’s apparently the motivation for Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s suspension of … more
Three years of absolute power under an emergency order issued during the Covid-19 pandemic have apparently convinced Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham that democracy is overrated. Last week the … more
One instant. A life can change in a single instant. It’s happened to many of us, and to people we love. If we have a flat tire, many of us know how to change it. But if we have a … more
Bill Richardson was the most ambitious person I’ve ever met. Our first meeting was when I was a moderator for a 2002 gubernatorial debate against Republican John Sanchez and David Bacon of … more
What is the demographic enrollment cliff? It refers to the significant drop in the college-age population that will begin in the 2026-27 academic year, and it represents a prolonged period of time … more
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson died Friday night, Sept. 1, at his summer home in Chatham, Massachusetts at age 75. No cause of death given. more
Since people heard about the today’s closing of Day’s Hamburgers everyone, it seems, has a story about the restaurant that’s been a fixture in Las Cruces since 1932. … more
A parent’s worst fear is their child becoming ill. For me this fear became a reality for my daughter when she faced health issues as a young child. She had trouble gaining weight and I was … more
My last paying gig was covering the state Legislature for its 2021 session, which was conducted entirely over Zoom to protect lawmakers and staff from the Covid-19 virus. It didn’t go well. … more
I’ve always viewed polls and rankings with a bit of skepticism. You have to consider who’s setting up the polls, who’s paying for it, how the questions were asked, what’s the … more
The movie “Oppenheimer” draws attention to the events at Trinity Site in New Mexico on July 16, 1945, and in the days leading up to the detonation of the world’s first atomic bomb. … more
Most New Mexicans know Trinity Site, in the northern, Stallion Gate area of White Sands Missile Range, is Ground Zero for the first atomic bomb detonation in August 1945. With the release of the … more
The Sixth Amendment guarantees the right to a “speedy and public trial.” The Speedy Trial Act of 1974 passed by Congress interprets that to mean an indictment within 30 days of arrest and … more
Your preview of “Oppenheimer” addresses the “estimated 200,000 real humans who died” but ignores the much greater cost in human lives had the project not produced the weapons … more
It’s no secret that recent years have been tough on small businesses and on newspapers. A bipartisan bill, the Community News & Small Business Support Act, that has been introduced in … more
Earlier this summer, an alert reader contacted me inquiring about the Bulletin’s golf columnist, Dr. Charlie Blanchard. “In recent months,” the reader wrote, “I found … more
Boy, it sure is hot lately. How hot is it? It’s so hot I bought a loaf of bread and by the time I got home it was toast. It’s so hot my grandfather’s chicken laid an … more
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