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Editorials

  • Editorial Cartoon Dec. 2, 2015
  • Thumbs- Dec. 3, 2015

    GO, CARDINALS!
    The Robertson High School Cardinals upset the No. 1 ranked Portales Rams on Saturday, handing them their first loss of the season and earning a spot in this weekend’s Class 4A state football championship game. It was an incredible victory for the Cardinals, who face off against Hatch Valley at 1 p.m. Saturday in Hatch. We wish the Cardinals the best of luck in their quest to bring home yet another state football championship. But however Saturday’s game turns out, it’s been a great season for the team.

    A DESPICABLE ACT

  • What was he thinking?

    Parental involvement is crucial to the success of any school. Most teachers and administrators go out of their way to foster that parental involvement, hosting parent nights and other activities in an effort to build a sense of community at their schools.

    It’s a no-brainer. Engaged parents make sure that their kids are doing their homework. They step in when their child’s class needs something. And — by their very involvement — they are sending the message to their children that they value education.

  • Editorial Cartoon Nov. 29, 2015
  • Editorial: Cautiously optimistic

    We applaud the city of Las Vegas and the Storrie Project Water Users Association for coming back to the table and negotiating a deal that appears to be a win-win for all involved.

    On the surface, the tentative agreement announced earlier this month by Mayor Alfonso Ortiz and city Utilities Director Ken Garcia appears to be something that would benefit both the city and its water customers and the association and its members.

  • Editorial Roundup - Nov. 29, 2015

    Compiled by The Associated Press

    The Cincinnati Enquirer on the Paris terrorist attacks and the proposal to stop Syrian refugees from entering the U.S. (Nov. 20):

  • Editorial Cartoon Nov. 27, 2015
  • Thumbs Nov. 27, 2015

    ANOTHER GREAT SEASON
    For the second time in three seasons, the Memorial Middle School football team finished 7-0 under head coach Richard Martinez. The young Cardinals won most of this year’s games decisively, including a 38-8 win over St. Michael’s.

    BUDGET WORRIES

  • Much to be thankful for

    If you’re like most Americans, your turkey is already in the refrigerator thawing, your kitchen cupboards are overflowing with groceries for the big meal and you’re looking forward to a gathering of family and friends and to a much deserved day off from work.

    As we prepare to celebrate another Thanksgiving, the Optic’s Editorial Board would like to wish you a wonderful holiday and to share some of the things we’re grateful for.

  • Editorial cartoon - Nov. 22. 2015