State Senator Bill Tallman, D-Albuquerque, wasted no time filing his biennial bill to keep secret the names of people applying for public jobs.
What a year. Most people’s humanity kicks in when witnessing suffering, sacrifice and difficulty. But not always and we’ve got plenty of folks spending our tax money who kept with the “me first” lifestyle as a pandemic pushed everyone to test their own mental and emotional toughness.
By the time this gets to readers’ hands, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham probably will have chosen Leo Jaramillo’s replacement on the Rio Arriba County Commission. She clearly didn’t want any input during her process. We only got the applicants ' names Monday for the District II seat, which …
Yes, we’re all tired. Tired of the isolation, the restrictions, the lines, the shortages, the rude people and the ignorant ones who don’t understand safety practices, the cumbersome way we must operate, the dull routine and inability to socialize and travel.
Rio Arribans in County Commission District 2, and Jemez Mountains Electric Cooperative members are all suffering from bad politics and appointment processes that are far from transparent and shamefully wrong.
If you were looking for something to be grateful for last week and came up short, you can add Mayor Javier Sanchez and City Councilor Justin Salazar Torrez to your list. They spent the day before Thanksgiving manually collecting residential trash and hauling it to the Alcalde transfer station.