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Ten years and going strong is a remarkable achievement for a grassroots initiative that began in the imaginations of seven people determined to engage the community to raise the level of literacy of … more
To see him lope down the court, with his unruly beard, and his long hair restrained slightly by a headband, brings to mind the rock guitar legend Jimi Hendrix. more
The inability of the Las Cruces City Council to allocate federal relief funding in a way that is fair, efficient and transparent is concerning. more
Editor’s note: The situation in the Ukraine is a breaking news story and continues to develop. We’re all familiar with the First Amendment that was included in our Constitution to … more
“There was this thing in 2008,” said John Strain. “You may have heard about it.” That “thing” was the Great Recession, and Strain, a longtime builder in Colorado, was one of the victims, losing his business. more
State Sen. Willliam Sharer is a marvelous storyteller with the ability to go on at length on a wide variety of subjects. Last week, he regaled his restless Senate colleagues on the final day of the session, as time ran out on a voting rights bill that had been one of the top priorities for Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham. more
It’s only February, but students are already discussing decisions about what they will be doing next fall like, “What classes should I take?” and “What major should I pursue … more
We don’t get to choose what memories stay in our psyches. As the singer Rickie Lee Jones once sang, “You never know when you’re making a memory.” We’re about to … more
“WE THE PEOPLE of the United States, in order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, ensure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and … more
After two years of educational interruptions, our children need all the encouragement we can offer them to make reading a cherished and enjoyable experience. Our teachers are working feverishly (pun … more
A fad on Wall Street is the creation of investment funds that promise to invest in companies that have desirable environmental, social and governance attributes. These sorts of funds are very … more
We’ve heard about Long Covid, the condition where people may face symptoms for a much longer time, possibly all their lives. more
From the day in 2005 when the agreement between Bill Richardson and Richard Branson for what would later become Spaceport America was first announced, the business model for southern New Mexico has always been to separate wealthy tourists from their not-so-hard-earned vacation money. more
Recently, when I was in Santa Fe distributing the Bulletin’s annual legislative guides in and around the state capitol, I popped into the Roundhouse to observe some government proceedings. more
The New Mexico Foundation for Open Government (FOG) reminds the state Legislature that Article IV, Section 12 of the New Mexico Constitution requires that all sessions of each house of the Legislature be open to the public. more
Jose Herrera has never worn a tuxedo. That will change Sunday, Jan. 30. Jose and his fiancée, Veronica Valencia, will be getting married, courtesy of a giveaway package as part of the Las Cruces Bridal and Special Events Showcase. more
When former Gov. Bill Richardson ended the gross receipts tax on food in 2005, I thought it was a no-brainer. Food and water are the two things we can’t live without, so of course they shouldn’t be taxed. more
Republican lawmakers in New Mexico have alleged for years that our elections are plagued by massive voter fraud. They finally had their chance to prove it in 2011, with Susana Martinez as governor … more
The League of Women Voters supports the citizen’s right to know, including adequate notice of proposed actions, holding open meetings and providing access to public records.In 2021, … more
More often than not, when the Bulletin produces its annual Southwest New Mexico Legislative Guide, I’m in Santa Fe on the Monday before the legislative session starts on Tuesday. For as long as … more
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