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NurseAdvice Help Line May Soon be No More

NurseAdvice New Mexico (NANM) has been providing free around-the-clock health advice to New Mexicans – insured and uninsured alike - for more than a decade, using New Mexican Registered Nurses. In the p-- Continue reading

WikiLeaks: Hillary’s conflicted comments on fracking

One of the recent WikiLeaks email dumps revealed some interesting things about hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking. (This enhanced drilling technology is a big part of America's new era of en-- Continue reading

'Locals' are not a homogeneous unit

Dear editor,

I’m guessing that April Lee does not have a degree or education in Business or Economics nor has she studied Public Land Management Agencies policies and regulations.

Depending on informa-- Continue reading

Voting for the future of our community

By Dr. Joseph Shepard

Every two years you can directly impact our communities in a positive way through the passage of bonds for our colleges and universities.

This election, General Obligation Bond C-- Continue reading

OPEC agrees to a production decrease, prices increase—but could be just right

At the end of September, the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) surprised the markets by agreeing to a production cut. As soon as the 14-nation deal was announced, oil prices jumped-- Continue reading

Why should we Trust Maggie Toulouse Oliver for Secretary of State?

Recently, Maggie Toulouse Oliver stated, “If elected, I plan to restore public trust in NM government”. Does that mean that while in her current position as Bernalillo County Clerk, she is exempt from gai-- Continue reading

Letter to Editor on GO bonds

Letter to the Editor:

How voters are misled on GO bonds

I’ve lived in Silver City for about 40 years, during that time there were many GO bond elections. In every one of them the supporters said “there -- Continue reading

On turning over control of ICANN to foreign interests

Editor's Note: These are examples of form letters being sent to those who protest the turning over of ICANN control by the U.S. to the United Nations. The one from Reid was forwarded to this editor by-- Continue reading

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