For two consecutive weeks in later July semi trucks carrying loads of sand traveled on State Road 74 at high rates of speed and utilized “Jake Brakes” in residential/school zone in early morning hours and throughout day.
Once again we are beholden to First Judicial District Judge Jason Lidyard for holding the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office responsible for a horrible plea agreement with Henrietta Trujillo. This was the second time Lidyard would not sign off on a sweetheart deal for Trujillo.
There is a wonderful sign, on U.S. Highway 84, on the west side of the highway, as you drive into Tierra Amarilla. The sign says, “Tierra o Muerte.” I believe the sign commemorates the 1962 Alianza uprising, for justice for Hispanic land owners.
This is in response to the last two weeks of editorials by Michael Miller where he freely and ignorantly uses the Constitution and the bill of rights to politicize the coronavirus.
Open government advocates around New Mexico celebrated last week following the State Supreme Court’s decision in the (Andrew) Jones versus Department of Public Safety case.