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Op-Ed
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Baxter Black died last Friday, June 10. His newspaper column, “On the Edge of Common Sense,” ran here in the Bulletin for many years. It ran in as many as 100 other newspapers at various times and was always one of our most popular features. more
Most of us men over 50 are self-conscious about our receding hairlines and expanding waistlines. Al Berryman, however, is concerned about different measurements. Things like split times on … more
Las Cruces’ annual Showcase of Homes, in many ways, is the American Dream on display. If you missed the tour last weekend, you can catch it again this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, May … more
I recently met a mom who, like so many mothers, doesn’t take enough credit for the job she’s done raising two sons. Lupe Rodriguez Jaramillo, a 1989 graduate of Mayfield High School, grew … more
For generations upon generations, older folks have bemoaned younger people: “They’re going to be the ruin of us!” Although, if we look back through history, the more disastrous … more
For generations upon generations, older folks have bemoaned younger people: “They’re going to be the ruin of us!” Although, if we look back through history, the more disastrous … more
How do you compare a Marine who stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day in 1944 to an airman who controlled air traffic at White Sands Missile Range yesterday? There are probably dozens of … more
A few years ago, I wrote in the space – more than once – about the horrors of the Valley Drive construction project, which dragged on forever, and cost more than a couple of people their businesses. more
Vote. Make your voice heard. Participate in democracy. In recent years, election officials have made it easier and easier to vote. Early voting, mail voting, convenience centers and other improvements demonstrate that municipalities recognize the busy nature of American life in the 21st Century. more
For more than a year and a half now, we’ve all wanted things to get back to normal. This week, right here in Doña Ana County, you can experience one of the most normal, traditional, American, New Mexican events of all: the Southern New Mexico State Fair. more
Welcome back, Aggie fans. It’s time to get out to some games and root for the home team. New Mexico State University Athletics Director Mario Moccia has announced that all Aggie athletics … more
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