I wonder if there are too many influences on our kids to emulate stereotypes, there’s just too much out there to hide your kiddos in a bubble for their whole lives. My oldest is such a “boy’s boy.” He loves sports, cars, farts and action heroes. Quite frankly, he is a junior version of his […]
Sharna Johnson I think many of us find within different social settings we adopt alternate vernaculars to our own. For instance, when I visit my grandparents in the Appalachian Mountains, I develop a twang and blend words like “Ain’t” and “Y’all” into my vocabulary. If I spend time with British friends, I inexplicably develop a […]
July 16, 1941: Portales Photo Shop advertised to develop 6- and 8-print rolls for 25 cents.
By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico While the students head out to play during the winter break, it is business as usual for area high school teachers. When the last bell sounds, high school students have a few weeks to leave behind the books and homework. But for area teachers, the winter break is a […]
Develop your ‘Inner Leader’ — The chapel will host “Developing the Leader Within You,” a leadership development video class, for eight weeks beginning Jan. 30. The video class, taught by John Maxwell, is an hour-long session that will begin at noon weekly. There are 20 openings available. Information: Chaplain (Capt.) Donald Bridges, 784-2507. Snack bar […]
By Anita Doberman When a woman is pregnant, people around her develop an uncontrollable urge to tell her what to do.
By Baxter Black Steps along the cowboy trail: Step 1: Some cowboys are born and raised on a ranch; they grow up riding and working cows, they compete in high school rodeo, have a horse and an FFA project. They develop the art of hangin’ out and lookin’ cool, which is easier if you’re a […]