Party politics pivot toward the center
Senator Udall’s retirement news was followed by a lot of rumbling in the Democratic party as ambitions and alliances came to the surface.
Good For You, Albuquerque!
The bright side of this week’s news
With the publication of Best of Burque 2019, we thought this would also be an appropriate time to mention the best of what is happening in this city and how much has already been turned around as we progress toward a future we can all live with, in peace and prosperity.
Some New Mexico schools are struggling to comply with new K-5 Plus standards; authorities in Otero county are asking that the governor reinstate interior border checkpoints that were closed down earlier this month; despite a ban implemented by the Trump administration, transgender troops will be able to serve in New Mexico's National Guard.
Odds & Ends
Funny because a dirtier-than-dog hair mass on one's face happens to someone else.
A reader writes that per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances are not the leading cause of cancer.
Independence Day fireworks
City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are partnering to bring Independence Day fireworks displays to each quadrant of the metro area.
Open Space Explorer Camp
This week's theme: Hoot Hoot: All About Owls.