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It’s all about lines. Where is your line? It varies from topic to topic. Lately everyone, it seems, is expressing their line on almost every topic. more
The New Mexico Legislature passed a number of useful bills in the recently completed special session dealing with police reform, racial equality and elections. more
In 1930, Las Cruces and NMSU legend Clyde Tombaugh discovered Pluto, which was designated as the ninth and most distant planet in our solar system. more
We’ve gotten so many messages from so many sources the past two weeks, it makes the head spin. One of the more practical ones came Monday evening from Las Cruces City Councilor Gill Sorg: “Notice from Utilities: paper products like paper towels are not flushable – they will clog up the system.” more
If you’re over 40, you remember the Sears Catalog. And for 60 years, from 1933 to 1993, Sears and Roebuck added a special Christmas edition to their catalog, renamed the “Wish Book” in 1968, when I was barely big enough to hold it in my hand. But for three months, every October to December I thumbed through it every day, rewriting my Christmas list. more
Feb. 16-21 was National Engineers Week, with the theme “Engineers: Pioneers of Progress.” Throughout its century-plus history, the New Mexico State University College of Engineering … more
In the midst of COVID-19, one of the deepest psychoses is loneliness. "Social distance," sliding take-out tacos under the door, being served pizza across the counter like a Frisbee, having to carry a … more
State Rep. Joanne Ferrary, D-District 37, has been a progressive voice and agent for change since and before her election in 2016. Joanne has worked tirelessly to advance the cause of animal welfare … more
Bravo to the staff that publishes our Las Cruces Bulletin. The April 17 edition was filled with great articles. The NMSU students are making COVID Boxes to keep the virus contained with the patient. … more
I strongly support Sen. Mary Kay Papen’s re-election in N.M. District 38. Her ongoing accomplishments enhance our quality of life. My experience with Sen. Papen covers many projects. I respect … more
Is America’s model of double-dealing in politics, great or what. Billions of dollars are spent by corporate and wealthy private donors to elect or reelect politicians while a concerned public … more
As we continue to fight COVID-19, it has been so encouraging to see the outpouring of support from Las Cruces and Doña Ana County for Memorial Medical Center. We have always striven to be a … more
I’ve thought a lot about home the past few weeks. Not the home where I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma — although I do think of that home often, especially lately – but I mean the … more
One day last week, three different people in three separate settings said to me, “Richard, you’re such a happy person.” That is generally true, but that same chilly night, I stopped into Toucan Market to get a few things to go with dinner. Driving away, I saw someone huddled in a corner. I stopped to check on her, and gave her some food, as well as a stocking cap to warm her head. more
We send our deepest condolences to the family of Mr. George Floyd. His life should not have been taken under the knee of one who took the oath to serve and … more
The skateboarder rose up on his arc as a bird aloft to fly.Then he smoothly dipped back down, continuing to move forward.The freedom of the solo skateboarder was inspiring and uplifting, especially … more
A scream from the kitchen. The thud of a faint.             She sighs and arises and walks with restraint. Her neighbor lays peaceful, … more
To the editor: As many commentators have noted, Trump’s handling of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation has been a disaster for the American public. First, he got rid of the pandemic … more
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