Hounds post 12-4 win over Pioneers

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CMI staff Eight players contributed to a 12-hit attack and senior right-hander Joe Jones pitched four innings of one-run relief Tuesday as Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team defeated Wayland Baptist 12-4 at Greyhound Field. Leadoff man Luis Quinones went 3-for-4 with three runs scored while center fielder Brooke Brooks drove in three runs with […]

Fine line divides types of martyrs

There is a fine line that divides things that seem alike. A line, however thin, is still a line. It exists to define and make clear truths that would otherwise be missed. Usually, we know the line is there; and, usually, we understand what it defines. But sometimes we are fooled by the similarity of […]

Their view: Judiciary not in jeopardy of being bought

Jessica A. Perez, president of the State Bar of New Mexico, David A. Jaramillo, president New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association, and Nancy Franchini, president New Mexico Defense Lawyers Association, defend the way judges are selected in New Mexico. The third branch of our government is under attack. In the landmark decision, of Buckley v. Valeo, […]

‘Eagle eyes’ keep community safe

While the arrest of the Saudi student in Lubbock has raised awareness over the likelihood of an attack against Cannon Air Force Base and the surrounding community, it is important to remember that the threat of terrorism on U.S. military bases still exists since the tragic events of 9/11. Force protection specialists from Cannon agree […]

Having ‘eagle eyes’ for suspicious activity key

Courtesy photo Capt. William Huser By Capt. William Huser: 27th Special Operations Support Squadron While the arrest of the Saudi student in Lubbock has raised awareness over the likelihood of an attack against Cannon Air Force Base and the surrounding community, it is important to remember that the threat of terrorism on U.S. military bases […]

Attack on Planned Parenthood shows hypocrisy

Fungible (fuhn-juh-buhl), Adj. — Being of such nature or kind as to be freely exchangeable or replaceable. Noun — Strawman argument in 2011 politics. A few weeks ago, the House of Representatives approved an amendment to strip federal funding from Planned Parenthood, which provides cancer screening and contraception. At issue was Planned Parenthood’s status as […]

Attack on corn unfair

In the last few years we have watched an increasing attack on corn. The skewed reasoning is: Corn syrup is available, reasonably priced, and good for the average person, therefore; it must be bad! This is the kind of logic that has been applied to farmed salmon, Big Macs, lower taxes, capitalism and pasteurized milk. […]

Squashing political speech not answer

Freedom New Mexico We add our thoughts and prayers to the many for Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and the six people killed, including a senior federal judge, a 9-year-old girl fascinated by politics, a congressional aide and three other innocents, as well as the 13 people wounded, in the attack Saturday in Tucson. The accused, […]

Veteran benefits not under attack

Some of us, when we see a proposal to raise VA health care fees for a category of veteran in a report on ways to curb federal budget deficits, jump to the conclusion that veteran benefits are under fresh attack. Bernard Rostker, former under secretary of defense for personnel and now a senior fellow at […]

Afghan attack indicates U.S. ill advised

Freedom New Mexico The recent Taliban attack in downtown Kabul, which killed at least 15 people and wounded some 70 others, has been dismissed by some people as not militarily significant since the reported 20 Taliban guerrillas did not take and hold any building or position. That interpretation misses the real goals of a guerrilla […]

Eagle Eyes program relies on vigilance

From Air Force Office of Special Investigations Public Affairs As a result of the 9-11 terrorist attack, the Air Force implemented an antiterrorism program called “Eagle Eyes,” locally managed by the Air Force Office of Special Investigation. Much like a neighborhood watch program, the Eagle Eyes program is an aggressive Air Force-wide neighborhood watch program […]

Savage Storm tops Zias

Freedom New Mexico Southeastern Oklahoma scored the final two points of the third set on Eastern New Mexico University attack errors, and the Savage Storm went on to claim a 25-22, 22-25, 26-24, 25-9 Lone Star Conference volleyball win over the Zias on Saturday at Greyhound Arena. The Zias trailed 20-11 in the third game, […]

Cannon commander recalls 9/11 Pentagon attack

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior staff writer If a meeting hadn’t been canceled, Col. Stephen Clark would likely have died when a terrorist-piloted plane slammed into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. Although he is now the commander of the 27th Special Operations Wing, Clark was at the time assigned to the Pentagon, with an […]

Squeeze chute was better laid to rest

By Baxter Black: FNM columnist This is another squeeze chute story. In my world it is the equivalent of a shark attack or a middle-of-the night calving call … a story that sends shivers down my spine. Monty said he was just along for the ride, helping his neighbor Whitey gather his cows and calves […]

Air Force gears up with Eagle Eyes

From Special Headquarters, AF Office of Special Investigation PA With the build-up of Air Force Special Operations Command, Air Force Office of Special Investigations Detachment 120 is trying to get the word out about its Air Force-wide program intended to deter terrorism by recognizing and reporting pre-attack activities. The program, known as Eagle Eyes, is […]

Doctors reattach Curry County man’s arm after pig attack

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico A week after a 900-pound hog mauled him, Juan Cruz wonders whether he’ll be able to keep his arm, nearly severed in the attack. The 26-year-old Curry County man spoke about his ordeal for the first time Wednesday through an interpreter. Cruz returned home after five days in a […]

‘Eagle Eyes’ reminds us to remain vigilant

Air Force Office of Special Investigations Public Affairs As a result of the 9-11 terrorist attack, the Air Force implemented an antiterrorism program called “Eagle Eyes,”

Ribaudo: Air attack is shaping up

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico BLACKWATER DRAW — So far, so good, Eastern New Mexico University football coach Mark Ribaudo says. The Greyhounds’ transition from a triple-option offense to one which will rely more heavily on the passing game continued Saturday morning during a two-hour scrimmage under brisk conditions at Greyhound Stadium. “I was […]

Zoo officials ensure tiger attack couldn’t happen

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By Gabriel Monte: Freedom New Mexico Hillcrest Park Zoo director Herschel Arnold doubts an incident similar to a deadly tiger attack Tuesday at a San Francisco zoo could happen in Clovis. Hillcrest is home to Blondie, a 450-pound Siberian tiger rescued from an Oklahoma exotic animal operation two years ago. The tiger involved in the […]

‘Eagle Eyes’ program helps deter crime

Detachment 120: Air Force Office of Special Investigations CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — As a result of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack, the Air Force implemented an antiterrorism program called “Eagle Eyes,” which is run by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations. Much like a neighborhood watch program, the Eagle Eyes program is […]