April 13, 1962

The Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents attended a scheduled meeting, notably not a special one brought on by the furor a week before. The previous week, ENMU president Donald C. Moyer cancelled a plan to bring an officer of the Communist Party of California to debate “Democracy vs Communism,” after receiving numerous disgruntled [...]

Perspective needed on economy

By Tibor Machan: FNM columnist As one who tasted a bit of Nazism and communism, today’s economic fiasco strikes me as relatively mild as human disasters go. For starters, many in America remember the Great Depression and World War II, both of which devastated millions of lives, destroying the bulk and arresting even more. The [...]

Reagan memory endures for Edwards

By Kevin Wilson For Ronald Reagan, it was an early-morning layover at a small train station in Clovis. For a 20-something ticket agent, the Cold War-era words they exchanged are still memorable 42 years later. “We just talked about a lot of things,” said Dennis Edwards, now the president of Wells-Fargo Bank in Portales. “I [...]