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Today's Opinions

  • Editorial cartoon - Dec. 29, 2014
  • Dispatch New Mexico - The years, coming and going

    It’s all a matter of perspective. The year 2014 might have been a great one for you. Or it could have been hell. I hope for your sake it was the former rather than the latter, but either way it’s a good time to look back — and forward.

    Politically, it was a rough year for the Democrats, both here in New Mexico and in the halls of Congress. Gary King got trounced in November, but we all pretty much knew that was going to happen. It must have been a tough, tough year for the retiring attorney general, as he started out behind and lost ground from there.

  • Thumbs Our high country lowdown on the news - Dec. 26, 2014

    THUMBS UP! PRESIDENTIAL SEARCH AT HIGHLANDS
    We applaud the Highlands University Board of Regents for the manner in which it is conducting the search for its next president. Regents decided last week to appoint a 13-member search committee to screen applicants and come up with a more manageable pool of applicants for the board. Regents will then conduct interviews and ultimately decide who will be the university’s next president. Regents appointed Doyle Daves to lead that search committee, and that was a wise choice. We wish the committee luck in its work.

  • Editorial cartoons - Dec. 26, 2014
  • Editorial cartoons - Dec. 26, 2014
  • Just a Thought - Setting off a catalytic reaction

    By Rick Kraft

    Do you bring about positive change in the life you live? When you go to bed at night, is the world a better place than it was when you woke up because of some action or actions you took during the day?

    Do you have the ability to take a negative thrown at you and respond with a positive? Are you able to bring about positive change to those around you without yourself being consumed?

    Maybe you are a catalyst. Maybe you are a catalyst for change.

  • Editorial Roundup - Dec. 26, 2014

    Compiled by The Associated Press

    Houston Chronicle on the border being more secure than it was a decade ago (Dec. 17):
    Texas Department of Public Safety chief Steve McCraw said recently his agency will install 4,000 cameras along the Rio Grande, the state’s 1,254-mile border with Mexico, as part of the ongoing “border surge” against illegal immigration.

  • 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.