We’re not sure why Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative officials were so focused on size at the March 11 ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new solar array in Alcalde.
One of the closing remarks in Anne Frank’s diary, which chronicled her stay in an attic, hiding from Nazis, was that she maintained people were “really good at heart.”
Let’s celebrate Sunshine Week (March 15-21) by looking at the disgraceful manner in which our state’s budget is produced. The process by which the state’s budget is finally formed is a complicated one, punctuated with many committees and sub committees of both the House and Senate.
Where should the city of Española draw the line between forcing residents to maintain a safe, clean and somewhat appealing home and leaving someone homeless? That line has been moved a few times in the case of Cindy Martinez, whose trailer is the target of demolition through the city’s c…
We’ve got to get our act together when it comes to communicating with people in general, but specifically students, who are on the autism spectrum. The story that broke last week about a Nov. 17 incident between a bully and an autistic student indicates we’re not learning from our mistakes.
School administrators, teachers, parents and students must wrap their collective heads around the state’s new K-6 Plus program. It’s coming whether any of them like it or not and no, a solid majority of all players are not on board.
One would assume (wrongly) that our state legislators are too busy with important, meaningful business during a short, 30-day session to tangle with petty issues.
The legislature has again taken up the issue of taxing pet food to create a fund to help pay for spays and neuters in animal shelters around the state. Such a fund and program is badly needed in New Mexico and especially in Rio Arriba County.