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Today's Opinions

  • Another Perspective: Is city water enhancement program dying?

    By Bob Wessely

    Numerous questions about Las Vegas’ Water Enhancement Program have been raised at City Council meetings and elsewhere over the past six months. Clear answers have not been forthcoming. We hope the problem is simply poor communication vehicles, not that unpleasant facts are being deliberately hidden.

  • Beth Speaks for Herself - Home is where …

    By Beth Urech

    Last year I began my Christmas column with “When it is dark enough, you can see the stars.” I added that here I can see the stars from my back porch. All I have to do is look up.

    Since then we have moved from Ninth to Seventh Street. I can still see the stars, and now it’s from my very own front porch. The first porch I have ever owned — attached to a sweet little bungalow, of course.

  • The Medal of Freedom

    Editor’s note: The following editorial is from The Chicago Tribune and was originally published on Nov. 23.

    Think of a president of the United States as the world’s most powerful fanboy — or, someday, fangirl.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Dec. 4, 2016
  • Another Perspective: A community in crisis

    By Arthur Ray Gallegos

  • Just a Thought: It’s all about what’s in your head

    By Rick Kraft

    Okay, let me get right to the point of this column. What’s important in your life is what is in your head. There. If you want to move on and read the rest of the paper, you are now free to do so.

    People are complex beings. Very complex. Each of us is one-of-a-kind unique. I don’t think it’s possible to ever fully figure any one of us out. Just ask a couple who have been married for 60 years...

  • Letters to the Editor - Dec. 4, 2016

    Consider running for WLV school board
    Being a Board of Education member in the West Las Vegas School District should be an honor, not a privilege. The elections are coming around the corner in February and those that choose to challenge must submit their petitions by early December.

  • Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news - Dec. 2, 2016

    THUMBS UP! GET WELL SOON, MARK
    Last Sunday’s front page carried a bold headline, “The fight of his life,” referring to the valiant struggle Pecos teen Mark Archuleta Jr. waged in his strife to overcome testicular cancer. The fight also includes thousands of residents of San Miguel County, hopeful that he will remain in remission and he be able to join the basketball team on the court soon. We are also hopeful that he will be able to enjoy what remains of his senior year at Pecos High School.

    THUMBS UP! THIS IS GETTING FAMILIAR