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Jim Terr
· January 17, 2018
I think the current Optic (2017...) is doing a pretty good job with what appears to be a very small staff and budget. It's improving at a good rate. I hope this who criticize would try their hand at j...ournalism sometime, first. See More
Darryl Sonoez
· January 13, 2018
The optic use to be a gem. Sucks now.!!! They dont even do teir own stories. They let rhe citys public information do them. Govt telling is the news is BS!!
Kathleen Vassalli
· March 27, 2018
You don't like it write it yourself. It's easy to complain and sit on your laurels.
Tracy Unser
· July 19, 2017
I agree with Elizabeth Marie... Negative 5 stars and biased information!!!! The Optic publishes poorly written untrue biased information. The Optic journalists (such as Mercy Lopez) should be held acc...ountable when their articles promote cyber bullying. What a shame.... and lack of professionalism. See More
Michael Archuleta
· February 21, 2017
"The smallest gesture can mean to much to those who may need a little lift in their lives." Thank you for the keepsake! What a blessing.
Elizabeth Marie Seidl
· June 3, 2014
I think the Optic is a mediocre news source that publishes untrue information. Negative 5 stars! I should become a journalist! I can find more factual non-biased information in one hour than they can... in one year. See More
Bruce Wilson
· October 19, 2014
I hope people realize that this page hasn't been updated since April 17, 2012. This page was obviously set up by the previous publisher, Tom McDonald, who has since moved on.
Community members welcome West Las Vegas' state champion cheer squad back to campus on Sunday afternoon. The team has won for Class 1A-4A co-ed cheer three of the last four years, including the last two.
Here’s another clip from the March of Our Lives that took place in Las Vegas this afternoon.
There was a lot of mat time this weekend for local wrestlers and hundreds of others at the Cardinal Classic. Here are some of the results for local teams:

In case you missed it: Some area athletes performed well at New Mexico's only in-season all-star track and field meet last week.

Miguel Coca made a convincing claim on the title of fastest mile runner in New Mexico, finishing first in the Marilyn Sepulveda Meet of Champions on Monday in Albuquerque.

It turns out the Kilgen organ at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church in Las Vegas is one complex set of machinery.

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