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Shaking out the Lies Surrounding Earthquakes and Hydraulic Fracturing

The Great ShakeOut, the annual "PrepareAthon" that advocates earthquake readiness, took place across the globe on October 15, at 10:15 AM—10/15 @10:15. Unless you have a child in a participating school,-- Continue reading

Innovative Report Offers a Snapshot of New Mexico's Financial Health

From State Auditor Tim Keller

Audits aren't very glamorous, but if you care about good government, they are extremely important. In order to hold our government accountable, taxpayers need to know how-- Continue reading

Beyond the Bickering, Bill Lifting Oil-Export Ban Wins Bipartisan Support

Americans are sick of the bickering in Washington and want both parties to cooperate and get something done. Friday, October 9, offered proof that this can still happen. The house passed H.R. 702, the-- Continue reading

Rolling Back the Tide of Big Government Overreach

The reason most often cited for the success of the nonpolitical candidates is the frustration with Washington; the sense that the system is broken. Voters feel that we have no control and that governm-- Continue reading

No Respect For Life

Op-ed by Scott Terry

As I opened the internet to look up information for someone, I caught a glimpse of the story about a shooting at a community college in Oregon. After taking care of business, I we-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on information from Silver School Board president and Silver Consolidated Schools administration

Dear Editor:

In an effort to clarify some of the Silver School Board's actions at its most recent meeting, this freelancer called Frances Vasquez, board president, at a later date, asking her about so-- Continue reading

The Volunteer Center Urges "Give Local" in Grant County

Dear Editor,

The feel of cooler weather is in the air, and with it comes the holiday season, the season of giving, and—for some—the Season of Hunger. Grant County is not a stranger to economic hard times;-- Continue reading

The Pope, Climate Change and VW

While Pope Francis was shuttled around during his historic visit to the U.S. in a Fiat, he shared the news cycle with Volkswagen.

The pope made headlines with his calls for action on climate change. U-- Continue reading

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