Articles for the ‘Opinion’ Category

Letters to the editor (08/01/13)

[subscriber-content] The well has run dry Editor: The battle to halt global warming, aka “climate change,” is over. We lost. The Republitard fascists and the One Percent (the Oligarchy) have…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (07/25/13)

[subscriber-content] It’s not all it’s cracked up to be Editor: A recent letter from Valencia County’s high priestess of petroleum praised hydraulic fracturing and blasted both the Environmental Protection Agency…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (07/18/13)

[subscriber-content] Rail Heritage Day successful Editor: I would like to thank the community of Belen for a wonderful Hub City Rail Heritage Day here at the Library on May 4….[Read more]

Letters to the editor (07/04/13)

[subscriber-content] We are acting like them Editor: Our national legislators recently forced us to needlessly, wait for the “fiscal cliff” issue to be triaged. In their usual fashion, they also…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (06/27/13)

[subscriber-content] His adventures of just crossing the street Editor: I was at the corner of Don Pasqual and Main Street in Los Lunas during rush hour. I just darn couldn’t…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (06/20/13)

[subscriber-content]VCS rescued his life Editor: Valencia Counseling Services in Los Lunas rescued my life. Without them, I would be six feet underground. I would be dead. I mean “dead dead.”…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (06/13/13)

[subscriber-content] Note of thanks from the judge Editor: I wanted to take a moment to recognize the selfless individuals who were instrumental in my campaign effort: Steve and Patricia Gregor…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (06/06/13)

[subscriber-content] Wellness fair a success Editor: On behalf of the village of Los Lunas mayor, council and village staff, we would like to thank all the vendors that participated in…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (05/30/13)

[subscriber-content] Mismanagement didn’t help Editor: Thank you U.S. House of Rep. Steve Pearce (R- N.M). I always appreciate my representative talking about how the free market capital economy is so…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (05/23/13)

[subscriber-content] Unfair pay increases Editor: I am curious to know the rationale behind the reason/s why state policemen are treated so differently from other state employees. Whenever the Legislature and…[Read more]

Congratulations Rio Communities

Rio Communities voters went out to the polls Tuesday and elected their first governing body. [subscriber-content] The citizens of Rio Communities should be proud of this historic election. As we…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (05/09/13)

[subscriber-content] Private hospital better Editor: It is not surprising that the lack of a hospital has created such preoccupation in Valencia County. It is burdensome and costly for patients and…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (05/02/13)

[subscriber-content]Garbage tax is unfair Editor: The county commissioners have decided to push through their garbage tax. Everyone will be required to have garbage collection whether they want it or not,…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (04/25/13)

[subscriber-content]Alcohol can cloud judgement Editor: My name is Samantha Slatton and I am a junior at School of Dreams Academy in Los Lunas. We are planning and organizing a high…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (04/18/13)

[subscriber-content]UNM-VC is thankful Editor: The students, faculty and staff of the University of New Mexico-Valencia Campus say “thank you” to the Valencia County community for their overwhelming support of the…[Read more]

We’re in it together

Today, and for all the days going forward, we are all Bostonians. [subscriber-content]It has been said before, but it bears repeating. When violence strikes at one of us, it strikes…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (04/13/13)

[subscriber-content]The intention was good Editor: In Crystal Romero-Carter’s defense,  and in an attempt to get back to the original purpose of her statements, perhaps the words “thieves and lowlifes” were…[Read more]