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Postage rate increase goes into effect

The U.S. Postal Service raised postage rates Aug. 29, after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit denied a petition by the National Newspaper Association, News Media Alliance and others to put a hold on... — Updated 9/7/2021


Opinion: Lawmakers will have tough budget ahead

The New Mexico Legislature passed a number of useful bills in the recently completed special session dealing with police reform, racial equality and elections. But none of those was the reason Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham was... — Updated 7/18/2020


Business feature: Grant County moves wind farm deal forward

SILVER CITY — The Grant County Commission took the first step Oct. 18 toward what amounts to an incentive deal for a wind farm project proposed for the southern reaches of the county. After initial public reaction to the project,... — Updated 10/23/2018


Opinion: Bee law a flawed effort

One of the myths of the Old West is the concept of rugged individualism — the idea that it’s possible for one man to stand alone, being completely self-sufficient. It’s an attractive idea, because who among us hasn’t gotten... — Updated 10/22/2018


Water Commission weighs costs, benefits

SILVER CITY — Member entities of the Grant County Water Commission have a lot of thinking to do regarding their proposed county water distribution project that would tie the county’s largest communities together via pipeline.... — Updated 10/13/2018


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