Entries Tagged as 'Olivier Uyttebrouck'

Putting Environment on the Front Page

June 21st, 2013 · 1 Comment · energy policy, environment

By Denise Tessier Having critiqued the Albuquerque Journal for lagging behind other media in coverage of local environmental stories, it’s only fair to take note of Journal stories this week that in one case emerged in front of other media, and in all cases were given prominence by placement on the front page. The first […]

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The West, Texas Explosion: A Horrific Lesson on Lax Regulatory Oversight

April 29th, 2013 · No Comments · role of government, Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier At the risk of sounding insensitive about the bombings in Boston (which would not be true), I could not help but compare, from the outset, how that event was covered by both national media and the Albuquerque Journal to the way the West, Texas fertilizer explosion was played. Because the former was […]

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Abstinence and Avoidance

June 5th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier Since May 23, the Albuquerque Journal article “Health Dept. Official Resigns After Pushing Condoms,” has lain on my desk; I’ve been waiting to see if the Journal would produce an editorial in defense of the doctor who resigned. A week later, “State Sees Spike In Cases of Gonorrhea” was the headline on […]

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Quick Takes

November 7th, 2011 · No Comments · Uncategorized

By Denise Tessier An inward groan was my reaction to the opinion column headline, “’Bama’s Immigration Law Backfires in Fields” in the Albuquerque Journal (Oct. 26). Now accustomed to articles and headlines blaming President Obama for all sorts of things, it appeared at first glance this was another attack – and abbreviating the name as […]

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Why Read A Local Newspaper? Here's Why

December 11th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Uncategorized

By Tracy Dingmann Why would anyone want to pick up a local newspaper anymore? Thanks to the Internet, people no longer have to rely on their local paper for national news. Or to get the television and movie listings, or celebrity gossip, or the want ads, or the weather. So what can local newspapers still […]

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