Sandoval Economic Alliance has experienced an increased workload over the last few weeks due in part to an aggressive approach to identifying potential projects that will bring new jobs and investments to the community.

Right-to-Work merely allows workers the freedom to choose union membership and pay dues or not. It does not forbid anyone from joining a union or prohibit unions from organizing. It enhances the freedom and prosperity of individuals and communities which is why more than half of the states h…

So many of the traditions we cherish are from the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday seasons, usually influenced by our families and the locale we live in or are from. These traditions, both big and small, make up some of the best parts of our memories and the special moments we hope we pass…

One of the megatrends in corporate site selection after the Great Recession has been risk mitigation. The process of selecting sites for new corporate operations experienced dramatic changes after the recession, revolving around minimizing risk to operations both in the short- and long-term.

Jet engines make lots of noise, especially military jets. It seems several communities in New Mexico are bothered by the thought that jets from Holloman Air Force Base may fly over their towns and surrounding lands while they are training for the role of combat pilot.

Our lives are better because of the people in this world who recognize a problem and resolve to fix it. These passionate people — who care so much they won’t just let a problem go, won’t take “no” for an answer and don’t leave solutions to someone else — are truly heroes. They can take pride…

Like so many issues facing Rio Rancho today, the proposed re-zoning of a nuisance property along Northern Boulevard exemplifies a much bigger challenge that city residents and officials must confront: Deciding who and what we want to be when we grow up.

Every year for decades there have been students bringing guns to school to “fix a problem.” In the days after the school shooting many people speculate on how the kid obtained the gun and got it to school along with many more how-it-was-done questions.

Like so many issues facing Rio Rancho today, the proposed re-zoning of a nuisance property along Northern Boulevard exemplifies a much bigger challenge that city residents and officials must confront: Deciding who and what we want to be when we grow up.

Imagine that a wave of brown smelly sludge starts pouring over the edge of your toilet. Oh, no! That is not the textbook way brown sludge should be handled by the toilet. When you press the handle the “product” should just disappear out of sight, mind and smell.

We’ve always thought this should be called the crazy time of the year — or the beginning of the crescendo that ends with New Year’s Day. Any way you look at it, there is so much going on in September that no matter which direction you go, something different is happening.

The Labor Day holiday has always seemed poorly named or named just plain backwards. Shouldn’t it be “No-Labor Day” or “A Day Off from Labor Day” or “You Deserve a Break Today Day”? How about changing the whole concept and having people who work take a day off and people who don’t work go to …

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