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Today's Opinions

  • Mil Gracias

    On behalf of the Las Vegas Letter Carriers, we would like to thank the community of Las Vegas. The nonperishable food items you donated amounted to the biggest food drive we have ever had. More than 7,000 pounds of food items were collected.


    Your donations filled the food banks of the Soup Kitchen, Samaritan House and Senior Citizens Center. Thanks again for your kind generosity.


    Charlotte Wootton
    Lora Latta
    Las Vegas Letter Carriers
     

  • Mil Gracias

    On behalf of West Las Vegas Schools, I would like to thank the following individuals for assisting our staff in installing a new scoreboard at our athletic field:


    Mr. Carlos Crespin and family (Crespin’s Paving & Concrete Co.) provided the equipment necessary for our employees to raise and install the new scoreboard; and Mr. Dennis Lucero and Mr. Dwayne Craig (Electric Horseman) provided time and electrical supplies and materials to connect the new scoreboard.

  • Mil Gracias

    We at Big Brothers Big Sisters would like to thank everyone who helped with our radiothon fundraiser in November.


    We would especially like to thank Joseph and Loretta Baca at KFUN/KLVF, who allowed us air time and space at the radio station to set up for the radiothon, and to Pat Leahan for allowing us time on her regular Saturday morning program. We’d also like to thank Charlie’s Bakery for allowing us to set up a booth in front of the café and for providing free donuts for all of our volunteers.

  • Turbines remove beauty, wildlife

    I am 11 years old. I come to Ribera every summer from California to visit. The one thing that keeps me wanting to come back is the natural beauty. I love staring up at the mesa, but, if you put the turbines up, the natural beauty of it will be destroyed along with all the wildlife, which we should protect, not destroy.

  • A great experience at Alta Vista

    About two weeks ago, at a women's’ meeting, the conversation gyrated toward medical care, hospitals, etc.


    I mentioned that my husband, age 82, was scheduled two days later for a colonoscopy.


    One of the ladies asked where the procedure would be done, Taos or Santa Fe. When I told them that we were going to Alta Vista, one would, judging by the expression of their faces, have thought that he planned to enter the Gates of the House of Horrors and deliver himself into the claws of some evil Klingon Creature.

  • Thumbs: Our high country lowdown on the news

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  • Public servant

    It would be a disservice to define Tony Marquez, who died Friday at age 43, simply according to his two years as mayor of Las Vegas. His life and his work were so much more.

  • Work of Art: What exactly is a ‘jefito’?

    By Art Trujillo

    Well, I wish I’d had the pleasure. In Thursday’s Journal, I read a detailed obituary for Ruben Cobos, the author of “A Dictionary of New Mexico and Southern Colorado Spanish.”


    For years, we’ve had a copy of the latest revised edition in our house and at work. Cobos, who died last week at age 99, provided quite a service, especially helpful to people like me, who grew up with Spanglish and who as a youngster, just knew that we often speak a different slanguage.