Articles for the ‘Opinion’ Category

Letters to the Editor (10/30/14)

Mayor should apologize I waited before sending this letter to the editor because I thought the mayor would realize what he had done and apologize for his disrespect toward Socorro…[Read more]

Letters to the Editor (10/23/14)

Socorrofest thanks Thank you to all who made Socorrofest a huge success. Everywhere I looked Oct. 10 and 11, people were listening to music, dancing, enjoying spirits, or buying products…[Read more]

Letter to the Editor (10/16/14)

Not pleased with city utilities Citizens of Socorro must weigh the circumstances we face if the city takes over the electric co-op. Utilities will then be a monopoly under the…[Read more]

Letters to the Editor (10/09/14)

Don’t disregard privilege to vote On Nov. 4, the voters of Socorro, Catron, Sierra and Torrance Counties will have a rare opportunity to really choose a public official with the…[Read more]

Letters to the Editor (10/02/14)

SEC shouldn’t be priority for city I’ve been talking to ranchers, farmers and people who live in the county, and they’re all wondering what will happen to them if the…[Read more]

Letter to the Editor

Leaving KYRN Ladies and gentlemen, As of Sept. 17, 2014, I will no longer be working with KYRN 102.1 radio station. If I offended anybody, I apologize. I’ve always been…[Read more]

Letters to the Editor (09/11/14)

Youth want, should get chance to work Employers looking for minimum wage workers want those with prior experience. Our youth today are disadvantaged because most cannot get a job until…[Read more]

Letters to the editor (08/21/14)

Water project doesn’t benefit counties Are you incensed? Well if you are not, you should be. The Augustin Plains Ranch, LLC just filed another amended application for 54,000 acre feet…[Read more]

Letters to the Editor (08/07/14)

Co-op not fair, reasonable Recently, Socorro Electric Coop President Anne Dorough has dedicated considerable energy to letters in the newspaper and mailings with co-op bills. Therein she takes a tack…[Read more]