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Inaction could endanger state parks and monuments

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Preservation made difficult by lack of action from Congress

One of the best things about living in New Mexico is the abundance of great natural beauty and opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors.

Whether it’s the view from just about any rural highway or one of the many state and national parks and forests, New Mexico...

Madame G guide to the stars WEEK OF DECEMBER 10

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Bring on the exciting new moon Dec. 7! Now is the time to take a moment not only to be grateful, but to appreciate all your hard work. You’ve worked hard all year long. You might need to work hard this upcoming year as well. But that doesn’t mean you should lose sight of the present. Madame G wishes you well this year, next year and for all your days.

Aries (March 21-April 19)



Don’t freak yourself out — it is going to be OK. Take a deep breath and put your best foot forward. Here’s some wisdom from Deepak Chopra on the flipside of moving forward (that’s to say, letting go): “In the process of letting go you will lose many things from the past, but you will find...

Santa is big business — too big

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Before the 1840s, Christmas was about the birth of Jesus, get-togethers with family and friends, and celebrating the holiday with favorite foods.

According to the Pew Research Center, 33 percent of those who were surveyed dread the commercialism/materialism of the holiday and 73 percent of people agree that the true meaning of Christmas is being phased out in favor of new gadgets, new clothes, and new stuff. www.pewforum.org.

What happened? Do we blame commercialized Christmas on the “Coca-Cola” Santa Claus that styled and profiled in the Saturday Evening Post in 1920?

Dangling the carrot of instant gratification on television commercials, our children beg and plead for the...

Letter to the Editor: Every day is Indigenous Peoples’ Day

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Editor,

This coming January 2019, the New Mexico State Legislature has an opportunity to make history and vote on proposed legislation to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

State Representative Derrick Lente, a member of Sandia Pueblo tribe, stated it has cleared its first hurdle with an unopposed committee endorsement.

After the inauguration of Democratic Governor — elect Michelle Lujan Grisham — the bill will be introduced, although it is not yet clear if she supports the proposal to rename the state holiday on the second Monday in October.

New Mexico remains strongly attached to its colonial history, but less so to the sailor who was lost at sea and facing a...

Delegation equals liberation for small business owners

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Sooner or later, an entrepreneur has to know his limits and acknowledge that some tasks can and should be done by others to allow him to focus on the bigger picture. That requires delegation — trusting others, whether subordinates, partners or independent contractors, to complete an assignment as directed.

As obvious as that sounds, an entrepreneur can have a hard time trusting others with his “baby,” ultimately defeating many business objectives and stunting the company’s natural growth.

Many businesses in New Mexico start small, with the owner doing all the work that’s required to get off the ground.

Success only increases the workload, and the owner who doesn’t...
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