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There are 20 self-storage facilities in Las Cruces. My garage is full and most of the wall space is used up in the house. It’s a serious problem, and not only for me. Many of us have more … more
Is war inevitable? So far, in human history, the answer is yes. Almost always, the people who die in war are not the ones who decided to go to war. While political leaders make their … more
Now that New Mexico has an official state aroma, I’m already having second thoughts about its accuracy. The state legislature passed the measure in its 2023 session naming the smell of … more
The United States government has a nuclear waste storage problem, and sees its solution in southeast New Mexico. Earlier this month, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the application by … more
“Where are all the migrants?” we asked as we toured Juárez, Anapra, El Paso and Sunland Park on May 10 and 11. Our first stop was the Sacred Heart Church on Oregon Street in … more
As early as June 5th, the Las Cruces City Council will be voting on whether to remove the requirement for a 300-foot buffer between cannabis dispensaries and residential neighborhoods. Meanwhile, … more
Back in the 1990s, I was fortunate enough to be assigned not one, but two weeklong business trips to Hawaii. And another to Lake Tahoe. There was plenty of work to do, but time for activities … more
My unsolicited advice for this year’s graduates is simple: Move slow and fix things. In 2014, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg coined the phrase, “move fast and break things” … more
The New Mexico Legislature and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham delivered major victories for children and families during its 2023 meeting. We are reversing trends that pushed New Mexico towards the … more
Cancer is hell. We’ve all lost loved ones to this dreaded disease. Making a small donation to organizations fighting cancer and its collateral damage can’t possibly help. Or can … more
I doubt there are many people over the age of 50 who grew up in this country and have not experienced some form of hazing, including the governor. I still remember sprinting home following the … more
Honor Flight No. 15 of Southern New Mexico and El Paso made another trip to Washington, D.C., April 27-29. This nonprofit organization, which was founded by a retired Air Force pilot in 2004, … more
Bulletin reporter Mike Cook has a small, intriguing story in the Business section this week about some collectible Hummel figurines for sale at the Emporium store downtown. The photo of some of … more
The timing may seem odd, given the recent turmoil in the men’s basketball program, but New Mexico State University was wise to give Athletic Director Mario Moccia a five-year contract … more
It dawned on me Thursday night, April 13, in the lobby of Allen Theatres’ Cineport 10, during the Las Cruces international Film Festival. I had just come from the J. Paul Taylor Symposium at … more
In 1981, Sally Field won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of an ambitious and reckless newspaper reporter in the film “Absence of Malice.” The reporter uses information leaked by a … more
We were blessed at 11:45 a.m. at the Cattle Baron on a special Good Friday by unknown Samaritans who paid for our lunch. Being unable to personally "thank them", we will take this opportunity to … more
The New Mexico Family Guardianship Conservatorship Coalition is extremely pleased Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has taken swift and decisive action regarding the recent incidents of abuse of … more
The nonpartisan League of Women Voters studies many issues. After a comprehensive study, a position is established and advocacy can occur.  The education position of the League of Women Voters … more
New Mexico’s Congressional District 2 is, geographically, one of the biggest districts in the country. These days, the district  looms very large in the minds of the country’s … more
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