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Letter: Not every ‘illness’ requires a ‘scalpel’

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In response to "Mob Rule" (a letter published in the Daily Record July 1) — I agree the vast majority of our police are...

Letter: Is (low-dose) radiation the answer to coronavirus?

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Several weeks ago I had my annual physical with my cardiologist and I asked him if I could get a chest X-ray this time. Of...

Letter: Come on, people: Follow public health guidelines

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No more Ms. Nice Guy! Gov. Lujan Grisham has been requesting that New Mexicans help each other stay healthy. She asked us all to...

Letter: Mob is embracing ‘lowest form of group barbarism’

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We have all watched the frenzied zeal to reform, cut costs or even eliminate our police departments or replace them with social workers, a...

Letter: NM’s chance to make ‘another good decision’ on nuclear

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From the moment we get up in the morning and start our day off with a hot cup of coffee, we have started a...

Letter: ICC has proven itself a ‘kangaroo court’

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We read that President Trump has denounced the ICC (International Criminal Court) as a “kangaroo court.” It is about time a world leader sees...

Letter: Differing perceptions of ‘incomplete reportage’

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Letter writer Ricardo Valenzuela was more than miffed by RDR headline, “No Arrests at Monday Black Lives Matter protest.” He characterized the headline as...

Letter: City-sponsored trash recycling is essential

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My wife and I moved to Roswell in 2001 from the Littleton, Colorado, area. Both of us, until my wife’s untimely passing last year,...

Letter: Less constrained speech led to politics’ downhill slide

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I was born when Herbert Hoover was president. I lived through the Great Depression and World War II and watched as FDR rebuilt the...

Letter: Reader disagrees with recent headline

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I was disappointed to read this headline on the front page of the RDR on 6/3/2020, “No Arrests at Monday Black Lives Matter protest.”...

Letter: Examine the facts, ‘allow the justice system to work’

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The unrest over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis should cause us to look very carefully at some of our own attitudes. First, I...

Letter: Discussion of selling art is understandable

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A couple of concerned letter writers are worried the city council finance committee may favor selling some of Roswell Museum & Art Center’s artwork....

Letter: Reserve ‘hero’ for ‘specific people that we admire’

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Here we are again: Our focus has been turned to the killing of another black man at the hands of the police. I fully...

Letter: Discussion of liquidating artwork is inappropriate

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The coronavirus is unrelenting; it takes an economic and social toll on every community. Roswell is no different. The point of this letter is...

Letter: New Mexico ETA requires carbon capture

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The Energy Transition Act (ETA) requires carbon capture technology if it is to achieve zero-emission for electricity generation or at least near-zero-emissions. Why? ETA...

Letter: RMAC a ‘priceless asset that deserves support’

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Since opening as a WPA art center in 1937, the Roswell Museum and Art Center has enriched Roswell’s quality of life through meaningful experiences...

Letter: Governor deserves ‘high marks’ for virus response

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I am concerned. We live in a nation with 4% of the global population yet we have 29% of the deaths and 30% of...

Letter: There’s more to city’s financial issues than COVID-19

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A large part of this city is the quality of life venues we have always enjoyed as Barbara Walsh stated in her great letter...

Letter: Sagamore Wind Project: Wow, 25 years

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The New Mexico Energy Transition Act (ETA), passed as law in 2019, requires that all electricity generation has to be zero-emission by 2050. Recently Xcel...

Letter: Let’s help protect each other from coronavirus

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According to Councilor Best, it is wrong to report a business to authorities when it breaks the law. Whatever happened to “law-and-order” Republicans? It...

Letter: Appreciating the system’s checks and balances

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Rahm Emanuel, former mayor of Chicago, has been quoted, “Don’t let a crisis go to waste.” It seems that U.S. Representative Nancy Pelosi (D-CA)...

Letter: Don’t turn Roswell into a ‘fool’s paradise’

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The letter to the editor by Barbara Walsh regarding the proposed shutdown of the city’s library, museum, golf course and zoo was spot on....

Letter: Putting appearances ahead of reality

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Recently, our president made the statement that he was opposed to COVID-19 testing as it made the U.S. look bad. I believe this to...

Letter: Mayor cannot “disregard valid emergency health order”

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The (05/14/20) RDR as set forth by Dennis Kintigh that he doesn’t see the mask order as enforceable and the Roswell PD will not...

Letter: Not bothered by Nancy Pelosi’s expensive ice cream

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I hear on Fox News and right-wing radio that I am supposed to be upset because Nancy Pelosi keeps expensive ice cream in a...

Letter: Emulate safe practices, don’t flaunt precautions

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With more people returning to stores as restrictions decrease, customers and managers of businesses need to make an important decision: Practice safety measures or...

Letter: Rail lines throughout state have been upgraded

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According to New Mexico 4 Economic Prosperity (NM4EP), New Mexico is part of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Southern Transcon, which runs from...

Letter: Quality of life venues not optional, not frivolous

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It is deeply concerning that City Councilor Best has misunderstood the entire purpose of city government. Quality of life departments like the library, museum...

Letter: Governor is auditioning for VP

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In the past two months, every single prediction concerning the COVID-19 has been proven wrong. First it was 2.2 million deaths in the U.S.,...

Letter: A sustainable multi-billion dollar industry

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With the recent “bust” in our current economic “boom” in the oil and gas industry, the New Mexico Legislature had to schedule an emergency...

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