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Sen. Campos water op-ed

Sen. Pete Campos

I first began to learn about the value of water from my grandfather, who was a public works director in Santa Rosa. Later, as a chamber of commerce president, I learned more about and-- Continue reading

Large Decline in Fans at WNMU Games

Western's women's basketball team lost its last home game. Nothing to be concerned about, Western has had a mediocre sports program for years. What should concern the Western Athletic Department and t-- Continue reading

My work here is finished

For the past decade, I have been dedicated to fighting bad energy policies. My efforts began in New Mexico, where the organizations I lead are based, and expanded to focus on national issues. When I a-- Continue reading

It's up to All of Us to Determine New Mexico's Future

By Senator Pete Campos

What we do next may very well determine the fate of our state.

Will we continue the divisive, dismissive and disingenuous rhetoric of recent months to seek political victory mer-- Continue reading

America needs to use more energy, not less

During the 2016 election, both candidates promised to bring manufacturing back to the U.S. Donald Trump made the recovery of jobs lost to China and Mexico a cornerstone of his campaign. Hillary Clinto-- Continue reading

Opinion-Vote for candidates that return water to SW NM

Editorial By Alex Thal, Grant SWCD Supervisor

Please vote for candidates that will finally return the water rights to Southwest New Mexico.

Grant Soil and Water District and Grant County Commission ha-- Continue reading

National Path Outlined for State Acquisition of Federal Land

By Jennifer Fielder

Don't we all we want healthy air, water and wildlife, abundant outdoor recreation, and safe, vibrant communities? Wouldn't it be good to manage our public lands with these p-- Continue reading

Edwards explains her stand on Permanent Fund

I have no problem with people disagreeing with ideas, and in fact constructive disagreement often leads to new and interesting ideas.
The challenge comes when the response to new ideas is knee-jerk neg-- Continue reading

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