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‘Our self-esteem that we must enhance’

Do something today to bring joy to the world you live in. Being in a positive mood will create feel good endorphins. These are neurotransmitters produced by the pituitary gland and hypothala...

‘Rage, nausea’ over hanger space story

I felt a mix of rage and nausea when I came across your recent news story with the headline, “Durango airport in need of new hanger space for private planes.” Your article pointed to the inc...

‘Tow rope as handrail alongside Sky Steps’

Our hamlet beneath the Diné Sacred Peak has and is suffering chronic, unmitigated murdering to everything sacred to us few remaining native winter athletes. How many recall our three nordic ...

Water So Pure

Congratulations on a job well done Securing pure Water is priority one Water after all is what we’re made of 70% Water, the rest is dust, rocks and love It’s a ton of work to get Water so pu...

The Death of Dr. Low

He felt a sudden thump far off in the depths of his mind. A subtle tremor. But what had moved was so immense that he was stunned by the sudden awareness that it had been a part of him. Like...

‘Insufficient studies’ on marijuana, cancer

Can marijuana cure cancer? According to cancer.org: “More recently, scientists reported that THC and other cannabinoids such as CBD slow growth and/or cause death in certain types of cancer ...

Editorial cartoon

NM fire survivors ‘who generously spoke vital to work’

In February 2023, I signed a lease on a dusty studio apartment in Las Vegas, New Mexico, just outside the burn scar of the largest wildfire in New Mexico history. Based on the railroad ties ...

Our View: Food aid workers best of us humans

Not providing security for them is a war crime

‘Sex is, in fact, binary’

Colorado state Rep. Brianna Titone is a transgendered woman, meaning she is a biological male. I have no problem with adults choosing adult life choices. There are many ways to express onese...

‘Personal blind spots: Untracked powder, my fear of missing out’

There’s a fine line between learning from the mistakes of others and shaming people for their ignorance. Twelve people have died in avalanches in the U.S. this winter, including an expert sk...

Our View: Smaller art projects as worthy as larger ones

The surprise of public art – whether murals on drab cinderblock walls or recycled metal twisted into something intriguing – gives places some pluck. Even better is when unexpected artistic g...
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