“We need the trades desperately,” says David Latham, and the second step in meeting...Read More
Month: January 2020
Editor: Are we to assume from the political cartoon in the Jan. 19 issue that someone who condones assassination is more electable than someone who has been unable to prevent the decline of the coal mining industry? Many people...Read More
Editor: The Rio Rancho Art Commission has seven dedicated art commissioners representing each of your council districts. We are an advisory body to the city council, making recommendations to enhance and promote the arts in Rio...Read More
Editor: When discussion of the Second Amendment comes up, it seems an interesting aspect of that amendment is seldom talked about, and that is one of the intents of that amendment is, I believe, to give American citizens equal...Read More
Recent economic data indicates that job creation and wages are continuing their upward climb...Read More
Editor: In 2018, the state House, in a 48-19 vote, and the Senate, in a 30-4 vote, passed a bill to require a very small fee of pet-food companies who sold products in New Mexico earmarked to provide spay and neuter services to...Read More
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