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Today's Opinions

  • Regensberg a good advocate

    Election day will soon be upon us and I feel that the office of State Representative in District 40 is very important. One of the candidates is Regensberg. The fact that I have the same last name has nothing to do with it. I have always been a professional.

  • Tomás Salazar has a strong record

    It is true that a 20-year-plus friendship runs deep as this is what we have shared with Tomás and Loretta Salazar, but it also serves to offer an accurate reflection on the other´s character. Both professionally and personally, Tomás Salazar, a Democrat who is currently a candidate for State Representative District 70, has exemplified the highest qualities of leadership, integrity and honesty.

  • Dedicated, smart and can get job done

    Tomás Salazar is my candidate for State Representative in District 70. Tomás is a rancher from rural San Miguel County. He earned a Ph.D. in mathematics and sits on several prestigious committees at both the local and national levels. Tomás retired from New Mexico Highlands University in 2003 after serving as Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

  • A vote for Jack Sullivan

  • Balderas takes up for the ‘underdog’

    What is an “underdog”? Webster’s Dictionary defines it as a person who is expected to lose in a contest or a victim of social or political injustice.
    Many of us have experienced being an underdog at one time or another.

    Some people give up and lose hope, their self-esteem and go with the flow.

    Whatever happens, happens. Some people fight the underdogs and change happens, the battle is won. These are challenges that some of us encounter in life.

  • Settled, as it was before

    A recent ruling by District Judge Abigail Aragon finally puts to rest lingering questions about a costly agreement between the city of Las Vegas and Luna Community College. From our vantage point, the judge made the right call, especially since it all began as a city mistake.

  • Work of Art - Watching with a nude eye

    Two medieval beings chatted about the science of astronomy in the late 15th century.

    One marvelled, “The Renaissance is just barely beginning, and soon we’re supposed to become great painters, poets, scientists and philosophers, and already, scientists know the names of most of the planets. Without having traveled into outer space, how could anyone know these things?”

  • The right decision

    We feel for Ashley Salazar — $30,000 is a lot to pay for a mistake — but that doesn’t change the fact that her manufactured home needs to be moved. It’s only fair to the neighbors who object to the home’s placement on her property at 807 Erb Place, and it wouldn’t be right to punish the neighbors for someone else’s bad judgment.