Welt cording featured on show

Information on making and using continuous bias strips for welt cording and using essential oils for perfumery will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Pam Damour of The Decorating Diva will show how to make continuous bias strips, turn them into perfect welt cords and then apply […]

Birthdays — June 5

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Thomas Ray Thomas of Clovis celebrated his 40th birthday. Lordy lordy look who’s forty. Happy Birthday Ray Thomas. Love always Denise, Ray Paul, David and Polly. — Submitted by Denise Thomas

Anniversaries — June 5

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Hale Neal and Bernice Hale of Clovis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on June 3. They were married June 3, 1961, in San Jon. They have four daughters, Jacque and Larry Cash, Kathy and Ron Davis, Laura and Troy Messer and Lisa Hale and one son Larry and Tonya Hale. They have nine grandkids. He […]

Engagements — June 5

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Richardson- Scott Ted and Deanne Richardson of Texico announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Lori Richardson, to Ryan Scott, son of Chris and Traci Scott of Cloudcroft. The couple will exchange vows July 30, 2011, at the Richardson’s farm in Texico. The bride-elect is a 2006 graduate of Texico High School and […]

Creasy able to ‘cash’ in

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Kevin Wilson CLOVIS — Luke Creasy just got a new bundle of Cash in his life, so a new chunk of cash would be appreciated. Creasy, an Alberta, Canada, native who now resides in Deming, was one of eight bareback riders looking to get into the top six on Saturday at the PRCA Pioneer Days […]

Monday morning briefing: Meetings watch, fireworks and drive-in movies

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Meetings watch Two governing bodies in Roosevelt County are meeting Tuesday: • Roosevelt County Commission, 9 a.m., Roosevelt County Courthouse. The agenda includes a report on the proposal to list the dunes sagebrush lizard as endangered and the designation of county precincts. • Portales […]

Their view: Reforms needed to spur state’s economic growth

Vic Bruno is treasurer and a board member of New Mexico’s Rio Grande Foundation, which promotes limited government, economic freedom and individual responsibility. He says the foundation has several ideas on how to spur economic growth in New Mexico. There has been a lot of discussion in New Mexico of ways to jump-start our struggling […]

Our view: Free speech also protects vulgar acts

Shane Boor, 35, apparently has a low opinion of the police. As he drove to work in Colorado in April, he saw a state trooper who had pulled over a car. As Boor passed by, he flipped the trooper the bird. We all know it is unlawful to assault a police officer. But is it […]

My turn: Ideal church serves pre-game drinks, meal

I am contemplating starting my own church. Although Roosevelt County’s 30 churches are fairly inclusive, I need the money. After seeing the lifestyles of televangelists, it seems like a no-brainer (which may describe some). I know that I will have to start small — probably on the local cable access channel. Hopefully, with my bell-bottom […]

In tribute: Former ENMU art professor loved learning

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Argen Duncan Relatives of artist and retired professor Dale Hamlett remember him as a lover of learning, art and family. Dale Hamlett, 89, died Monday. He was a distinguished professor emeritus in fine arts from Eastern New Mexico University, where he taught for 18 years until his retirement in 1987. Dale grew up on a […]