It feels like New Mexicans aren’t taking the state of our economy as seriously as they should. Our governor has gone to great lengths to routinely get on television and social media to terrorize citizens into following all the health protocols.
It’s finally over. The bronze of Don Juan de Oñate astride his horse is gone. Native Americans, antifa, Black Lives Matter and everyone associated with the various and sundry movements can rejoice. Racism is over.
A reasonable person must ask what does stealing appliances from a store have to do with wanting change in police actions to protect America’s black population? It’s a head scratcher and the threat of it in a small town, such as Española, with a reported 1.1 percent black population is ev…
Listening to the four disgruntled city councilors you’d think Española City Manager Xavier Martinez and Police Chief Roger Jimenez were running rampant in Española, burning buildings and killing babies.
In his recent newsletter, “The Hightower Lowdown,” Jim Hightower celebrates the democratic potential of rural electric cooperatives, which were established in 1937 to provide electricity to rural communities that had been essentially left out of the technology by private utilities.
North Central Solid Waste Authority General Manager Peter Fuller remained red faced and had no answers April 15 as the Authority Board quizzed him on a very busted $5 million budget.