Good morning, and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico morning briefing. Wednesday's weather is much like the rest of the week ... dry and windy, with plenty of sun. Highs are in the 70s.
Did you know?
The Eastern New Mexico University Jack Williamson Science Fiction Lectureship, scheduled for Thursday and Friday, is in its 34th consecutive year.
Also, the Jack Williamson Science Fiction Library contains more than 30,000 volumes, according to the ENMU Web site. Many items were donated from the personal collection of the late Williamson, who graduated from and taught at ENMU.
Cat Grad Night is looking for volunteers. Cat Grad Night is a lock in held on the night of graduation from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. the next morning. The event is intended to keep students safe while they celebrate graduation with their friends.
To volunteer, contact President Cindy Wall at 762-5046 or Penny Bailey at 791-8391.
Site of the day
Visit the Clovis Industrial Development Corporations Web site.
Staff writer Kevin Wilson drops in TV recommendations every so often: For tonight, it’s “Mythbusters,” set for a 7 p.m. showing on Discovery. It’s “spy versus spy” as Adam and Jamie investigate the best way to lose a tail in Spy Car Escape. In Vector Vengeance, Kari, Grant and Tory take their myth from a fascinating physics “thought experiment.”
Question of the day
What’s your favorite sports opening day? Baseball’s opening day, the first Sunday of the NFL season, Day One of March Madness or another sport?
Answer in the comments section below.