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Vietnam Veteran suggests US flag be flown during events

Dear Editor:

It's been mentioned by the public as to why there's no American Flag being flown during the events and after the events that are done in Silver City, especially in Gough Park.

I would lik-- Continue reading

Lifting Oil Export Ban: Atonement for Congressional Members Who Support Iran Deal

"Whether you support this deal or not, we can all agree that America's commitment to Israel remains unshakeable. And we will continue—Democrats and Republicans united—to stand with Israel," says a stat-- Continue reading

Letter to editor on Mustang football game

To the editor:

WNMU scored a lot of points on Saturday, I hope this doesn't go to their heads. To put things in perspective, Arizona Christan has only a little over 600 students, more than half female. Western has about 120 players on its football roster.

Al Milligan
Silver City, NM 88062

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Obama’s Alaska Trip: Where Were the Polar Bears?

Am I the only one who finds it incongruous that President Obama, when on a carefully choreographed trip to Alaska, even manning his own Instagram account to engage young people, to spotlight the effect-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on superintendent

Letter to the Editor

I must begin with the statement that this is personal letter. I am not writing representing any organization or company.

In the September 1, 2015 issue of the Silver City Daily Pr-- Continue reading

Energy Commentary from Marita Noon: Hidden Emails Reveal a Secret Anti-Fossil Fuel Network

Link to: Hidden emails reveal a secret anti-fossil fuel network involving the White House, Democrat governors, wealthy donors and foundations, and front groups.

Hidden emails reveal a secret anti-foss-- Continue reading

New Mexico Legislators Skeptical of Gila Diversion Project

Silver City, NM - The New Mexico Legislature's Interim Water and Natural Resources Committee heard testimony about the Gila River diversion project at its meeting in Silver City today and voiced overw-- Continue reading

CVNMEF & Juntos Statement on New Mexico's State Implementation of the Clean Power Plan

Albuquerque, NM - In conjunction with CVNM Education Fund's opinion editorial "NM needs a strong clean energy plan" being published in the Albuquerque Journal Friday, Aug. 28, 2015, Executive Director-- Continue reading

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