Editorial: School of Energy grads will make contribution

09/21/2015 11:36 AM MDT
Former New Mexico U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici last week said hydrocarbons — in the form of oil and gas — "will be around for a long time. 
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Editorial: Secretary of State should resign — now
09/11/2015 10:11 PM MDT - When New Mexico Secretary of State Dianna Duran talked to The Daily Times editorial board in 2014 seeking our endorsement for a second term, she said protecting the sanctity of the vote was her priority. Full Story

Editorial: Change needed to prevent toxic mine spills
08/17/2015 01:21 PM MDT - Using a backhoe to remove rock from the mouth of the Gold King Mine in an attempt to insert a pipe and drain toxic wastewater pooling in the tunnel, Environmental Protection Agency workers breached a plug holding the water back. Full Story

Editorial: Gay scout leaders could mean LDS exit
08/01/2015 01:55 PM MDT - The Boy Scouts of America's recent decision to end its blanket ban on gay adult leaders was inevitable, though it certainly disappointed many longtime supporters of Scouting. Full Story

Editorial: Community is key to success of Connie Mack World Series
07/30/2015 12:09 PM MDT - The Connie Mack World Series has come a long way since 1965, when a determined group of businessmen successfully bid on the tournament at the annual meeting of the American Amateur Baseball Congress in Chicago. Full Story

Editorial: Referendum election will set tone for Navajo Nation's future
07/16/2015 12:45 PM MDT - Next week, Navajo voters will weigh in on a measure that could drastically affect how the tribe's top leaders are elected in the future. Full Story

Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines
07/03/2015 01:02 PM MDT - UP — We'll have plenty of coverage on the Fourth of July celebrations this weekend and we're particularly proud of the options available to San Juan County residents. Full Story

Editorial: Closing power plant will devastate the region
06/29/2015 08:41 AM MDT - Events related to the region's power plants and coal mines were developing at a furious pace last week. Full Story

Editorial Ups and Downs: Highs and lows from last week's headlines
06/12/2015 03:08 PM MDT - UP — The results of an Environmental Protection Agency study on hydraulic fracturing, known as fracking, showed something that area residents have known for decades — the practice has caused minimal harm to the nation's drinking water. Full Story

Editorial: Lawmakers get another chance to do their jobs
06/06/2015 03:26 PM MDT - We were glad to hear that state lawmakers have agreed on a capital outlay bill that will pay for road construction in Aztec and other projects locally and around the state. Full Story