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Editorial Rebuttal - 04/10/16

Mr. Price's Op Ed piece in the Grant County Beat is nothing more than an uninformed attempt to spread falsehoods and fear. As a lifelong resident of our beautiful American Southwest, growing up on a r-- Continue reading

Celebrate National Library Week April 10-16

This week, the New Mexico State Library joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities statewide in celebrating the dynamic transformations that are happening in today's libraries. April 10-16 i-- Continue reading

Op-Ed says beware of National Wildlife Federation

Rio Rancho Hunters Beware of the National Wildlife Federation!
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National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and its state affiliate is deceiving a-- Continue reading

Letter to editor on tuition increases and decreases in NM universities

To the Editor

During its regular meeting Monday, April 4, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents voted not to increase tuition for the 2016-2017 academic year. The vote means the university-- Continue reading

Rooftop Solar Companies Will only Play if the Game Is Stacked in Their Favor

The past couple of weeks have highlighted the folly of the energy policies favored by left-leaning advocacy agencies that, rather than allowing consumers and markets to choose, require government mand-- Continue reading

We're All Responsible for Educating Our Children

Education is about much more than textbooks and classrooms. It's also about the multitude of unanticipated life-challenging situations that affect our lives. It even goes beyond teachers and students.-- Continue reading

Desperate N.M. Republicans Try to Distract from Governor’s Worst-in-the-Nation Jobs Record

Albuquerque, N.M. – An increasingly desperate State Republican Party lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Michael S. Sanchez this week following his successful job fair at Belen Middle School. Senator S-- Continue reading

Michael Sanchez Hosts Valencia County Job Fair, Most Not Hiring in Valencia County

Albuquerque, NM – On Wednesday Senate Democrat Boss Michael Sanchez hosted a "job fair" at Belen Middle School, but the majority of the organizations at the fair were not hiring, and most that were had -- Continue reading

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