Category Archives: February 2008

Holding my nose for Hillary?

Print this articleI’m just not sure I’ll be able to do it. Vote for Hillary, that is, rather than facing the reality of shape-shifting Mitt Romney or blood-and-guts John McCain. It’s certainly not because she’s a woman, nor is it … Continue reading

Published in David Long, February 2008

Giving voice to the Apaches

Print this article‘Stories’ gains acceptance by Mescaleros Albuquerque journalist and nonfiction writer Sherry Robinson describes her book, “Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball,” as not a narrative but a collection of stories. Robinson found these … Continue reading

Published in Arts & Entertainment, February 2008

Will Rico have a molybdenum mine?

Print this articleThe sleepy mountain town of Rico, Colo. could revert to its bustling mining past pending a deal being negotiated between a local land developer and a Canadian mine company. Bolero Resources Inc. of Vancouver, British Columbia, has entered … Continue reading

Published in February 2008

A tragic Utah bus crash spotlights the gaps in cellular coverage

Print this articleOften it takes a tragedy to bring about needed change. For San Juan County, Utah, that tragedy occurred Jan. 6, when a busload of skiers returning to the Phoenix, Ariz., area from Telluride, Colo., veered off a narrow, … Continue reading

Published in February 2008

The pet-overpopulation problem: Who’s helping

Print this article The small tuxedo cat was dying by inches – literally. At first the fur was missing from about three inches of his tail, torn off by some traumatic injury. The bare skin bled in patches. Then, as … Continue reading

Published in February 2008