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Today's Opinions

  • Publisher's Note: E-fatigue

    Is this “the beginning of the end” for Facebook?

    According to an article by Ben Bajarin, director of consumer-technology analysis and research at Creative Strategies Inc., it just might be.

    Facebook, with its half-billion users, actually continues to grow in size and scope and impact upon our world, but Bajarin points out that there are other networking sites, like Path and Pinterest, that might just be starting to nip at this social networking behemoth.

  • Mil Gracias - Dec. 12, 2011

    A hearty thank you to all the wonderful people who contributed to our organization during the past two weeks with warm, fashionable and usable clothing (including shoes, boots, gloves, scarves, shirts, pants, sweaters and heavy coats and jackets), and incredible quantities of canned and packaged food that was collected by the Post Office carriers Nov. 19.

  • Thumbs - Our high country lowdown on the news

    THUMBS DOWN! EXACERBATING A TRAGEDY. Details regarding the deaths of two city employees just keep making things worse for the city. Immediately after Frank Romero, 49, and Gene Hern, 32, were killed when a trench collapsed on May 18, we learned that the 9.5-foot-deep trench hadn’t been properly reinforced. And now, through a Occupational Safety and Health Board report, we’re told two other employees expressed concern about the safety of the situation before the accident, but nothing was done.

  • Editorial Cartoon - Dec. 9, 2011
  • Editorial Cartoon - Dec. 9, 2011
  • ‘Imagine’ applied to governing

    I was listening to John Lennon singing “Imagine.” Guess I had not listened to the words so closely before. I was struck this time. Guess it’s because of our country’s troubles and all the political scat that we are faced with every time there is an election. I started to “imagine” how I would like an election.

  • Foster children need more

    As a new Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer, I would like to speak briefly to some of the issues faced by foster care children.

  • Memories from a thankful mother

    Miranda, my ‘Jita, was one daughter, sister, and auntie, along with niece, cousin, friend, and coach, that left this life with so many precious, loving, and great memories — always putting everyone else ahead of herself.