LareDOS reclaims its niche as an independent voice for change and as a voice for those who have none. Like its 20-year hard copy version (1994 to 2014), the online iteration of LareDOS focuses on politics; a mandate for progressive, forward-thinking in local governance; the environment and the Río Grande; the judicious spending of the public nickel, and the civil and human rights of the residents of the borderlands.

Written by a small staff and a host of regular contributors and columnists — well-read by a core of loyal readers who want to be informed, LareDOS takes its place once again as a credible source for news, opinion, and commentary.