• Letters to the Editor - Jan. 2, 2015

    Torture is always illegal

  • Letters to the Editor - Dec. 26, 2014

    Staff disappointed in school board
    The staff at Rio Gallinas are disappointed to know that the West Las Vegas School board is reflecting such scrutiny, when, just a few weeks ago, they refused to show up to a meeting hosted by PED for our school improvement plan. When we have asked for support from west, we have a history of receiving nothing, and yet, $339 seems to be enough of a reason to raise public concern.

  • Letters to the Editor - Dec. 19, 2014

    Archbishop’s Christmas message
    Christmas decorations are up all over New Mexico. But it seems the emphasis is on large Santa Claus figurines, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Frosty the Snowman. There are twinkling lights and tinsel everywhere and people are busy buying and wrapping gifts in fancy paper with big bows. We are all sending and receiving Christmas cards. Dinners and trips are being planned. Lots of money is being spent. We are told we are supposed to say “Happy Holidays” — not Merry Christmas!

  • Letters to the Editor - Dec. 12, 2014

    Help needed for Sobriety Ball
    Planning for the Third Annual Sobriety Ball is now under way, and we would like to ask for your assistance to make this annual event a success. It is set for Dec. 27 from 6:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. This year our venue will be in the new addition to the Spic and Span.

  • Letters to the Editor - Dec. 5, 2014

    Cartoon on ISIS was appalling

  • Letters to the Editor - Nov. 28, 2014

    Robertson had impressive season

  • Letters to the Editor - Nov. 14, 2014

    I write this letter as a concerned and frustrated parent of an eighth grade child who attends Rio Gallinas Charter School. The upper grade classes are in the midst of their third move this school year with at least one more move to go. Not only my daughter, but all the students from sixth to eighth grade at this school are losing valuable learning time, and for what reason?

  • Letters to the Editor - Nov. 7, 2014

    City’s priorities
    are skewed

    There is no other town that comes together after a tragedy better than the Las Vegas community, especially when it comes to our children. This time, however, the city of Las Vegas has chosen to be part of the problem instead of the solution.

  • Letters to the Editor - Oct. 31, 2014

    Vote for King, Powell
    For our children’s education, to support our teachers, to protect our air and water, for the sake of those who live in poverty, to protect our environment, to stop  the importation of people from Arkansas, Florida and Texas, for New Mexico jobs, to stop our jobs being outsourced to Arizona, por nuestra gente, el futuro de nuestra pleve, por los veteranos, to stop out of state big money to buy out our state governor’s office, to take back New Mexico and protect our state lands, vote for Gary King and Ray Powell Jr.

  • Letters to the Editor - Oct. 24, 2014

    Headline about kid was offensive
    In response to the Monday October 6th headline article “You think your kid is bad?”:
    As an educator in this community, it saddened me to see the reflection that was placed upon our youth in the title of this article. We are lucky to have middle school students here, in Las Vegas, who are incredible helpers, builders, brilliant minds and savvy technological gurus.