Editor’s Note: This Part II and the final part of “Congress, Cockroaches and the Common Good” by Randolph Collins, a contributing columnist and resident of Cibola County. Part I was published on Tuesday, Nov. 12, on Page A1.
LAS VEGAS, N.M. — It could be argued that 9/11 led to the weakening of our rights as American citizens.
We are excited about the arrival of the new school year at Laguna-Acoma High School as we are striving to become one of the top schools in New Mexico.
Welcome back to school! I am entering my sixth year as GHS Principal. I know our school is improving and we are doing so many things to provide opportunities to our children. Please make sure you get to know our new staff at GHS this year—they are excited to work with your child or children.
This Halloween my son Sean chose to go trick or treating as a Zombie Congressman. It’s not the zombie part I find unusual.
By Tim Keller / N.M. Senate Majority Whip
Well, it’s nearly the last Monday in May and that means -- Memorial Day.
GRANTS - Five years ago the much-needed Grants Animal Care Center opened, and during that time several thousand dogs and cats have been returned to their owners or been placed in adoptive homes.