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Area prep football standings — Sept. 18

District 4-4A     Dist.    All     W-L    W-L New Mexico Military    0-0    3-0 Ruidoso    0-0    3-0 St. Michael’s    0-0    3-0 Portales    0-0    0-3 Friday’s games Hagerman at New Mexico Military, 7 p.m.; St. Michael’s at LV Robertson, 7 p.m.; Eunice at Portales, 7 p.m. Saturday’s game Santa Rosa at Hope Christian, 1 p.m. 8-man District […]

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Federal agencies can’t justify overspending

This federal government boondoggle falls into the “you would never do this with your own money” category. If you’ve ever been to former copper mining town Ajo, Arizona, population 3,300, you know it’s not a high-dollar real estate market. In fact, the average price of a home in the hamlet about 40 miles north of […]

Progress stifled by pride and ego

By Robert Arrowsmith Publisher There are an awful lot of grudges around here. I had seen and heard it before, and now that I am publisher they have come out even more. No, I will not go into the specifics of them out of respect to those that have talked to me in confidence, or […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Good grief, what’s with people?

By Karl Terry Local columnist “Each year the great pumpkin rises out of the pumpkin patch he thinks is the most sincere . . . I don’t see how a pumpkin patch can be more sincere than this one.” Linus van Pelt “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” Good grief Charlie Brown, is there anything […]

Club notes — Sept. 14

Beta Phi Five members and one guest attended the Epsilon Sigma Alpha regular meeting on Sept. 2 at Collene Baldwin’s house. We received 3 letters thanking Beta Phi for the supplies we gave to Domestic Violence awareness in Clovis, the Christian Children’s home in Portales, and the UNM Children’s oncology in Albuquerque. Collene Baldwin, Sandy […]

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