You can predict it like a Valley shower following a thunderstorm forming over the Jemez Mountains. When there’s a state budget surplus, teacher unions come begging for more money for teacher salaries.
Human beings do things in secret when they’re ashamed or fearful. Such was the Jan. 10 vote taken by the Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees to replace the late David Salazar with his grand-nephew John Ramon Vigil.
The New Mexico Lottery Board now has a champion for the students. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at the end of December appointed Othiamba Umi as a new board member.
Having a Superfund site under you city is a pretty big deal. The Environmental Protection Agency and the New Mexico Environment Department have been struggling to clean Española’s Superfund site on the west side for decades. It originates on North Railroad Avenue and flows southward at t…
Rio Arriba County officials may want to sit up and take notice of Nathanael King’s front page story this week about Syndicato Nuevo Mexico members running amok in the County’s jail. Commissioners are routinely nonplussed about the activities in our jail but this should grab their attention.