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Letter to editor about WNMU athletic program

To the Editor:

Now that we’re near the end of the year it might be a good time to take a realistic look at the Western New Mexico’s athletic program. In the six years since the 2011-12 season the five pro-- Continue reading

Letter to editor about protest

Dear Editor:

Having been in town on the day the "Protestors" were protesting, and wondering what it was all about, I read with interest the article about the protest on the Beat, as well as an article-- Continue reading

Letter to editor clarifying protest

Was the protest a result of 'fake news' in Silver City today?

I, and some acquaintances who were at the aforementioned rally, would like to correct some information in the article.

We do not understan-- Continue reading

Misleading headlines

By Mary Alice Murphy

I'm sure many of you readers have seen headlines that make you say: "What?" And then you discover that the headline really has nothing in common with the article.

The Beat fell in-- Continue reading

Would a Minimum Wage Increase Help or Hurt New Mexico?

By Carla J. Sonntag

President and Founder, New Mexico Business Coalition

New Mexico Business Coalition’s recent research into a minimum wage hike has determined that it will only hurt our NM businesses -- Continue reading

New legislation to be Heard on Feb. 22, could bring New Mexicans new life-saving cures

To Whom It May Concern,

I, as Founder of The BioScience Center in Albuquerque, the only biotechnology focused business incubator in New Mexico am writing to support the "Biosimilar" legislation being-- Continue reading

New Mexico’s Educational System – Is More Money the Answer to its Problems?

By Carla J. Sonntag

President and Founder, New Mexico Business Coalition

We spend a lot of time talking about how bad New Mexico educational system is – ranked 49th in the nation. Is the answer more mon-- Continue reading

Legislative caucus asks for prayers

Brothers and Sisters,

Please pray tonight that the hearts of our legislators would be opened to the word of the Lord and that they would seek His guidance on the assisted suicide bill now being consid-- Continue reading

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