Wire, bead crafts featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on creating thread bowls, gluten-free cooking, and working with beads and wires will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon on Tuesday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Patsy Shields, author and designer with Sulky of America, will show how to use stabilizers, threads, yarns, and bits […]

Candy should come with warning

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom New Mexico Diet commercials used to start in January, after people gained five pounds from holiday binging. Now they begin before the Thanksgiving turkey. Maybe they should run before Halloween. That’s when sweets appear in bulk. Halloween is like the pre-holiday kick-off, but there are no fat busters screaming over the […]

New Orleans’ Mayor Nagin little too edgy

By Freedom Newspapers Ray Nagin must find it hard to walk with a foot perpetually lodged in his mouth. The New Orleans mayor was at it again last week, trashing New York’s Ground Zero rebuilding efforts in a pathetic attempt to deflect criticism over the slow progress in cleaning up his city’s Ninth Ward. Nagin […]

All ages enjoy Holiday Happening

Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Eight years after its inception, the Altrusa Club of Portales’ Holiday Happening is beginning to look a lot like a solid holiday tradition. “It’s been really fun,” Sue McDowell, of Portales, said, as dessert was being served. “That’s real chocolate milk (in the vases) and real flowers,” she said indicating […]