To the graduate, with love

By Joan Clayton Dear graduate, We have watched you grow up with great pride. You have become a great generation. You have seen the frailties of our culture, yet you remain strong in your resolve. You have been bombarded by visual ugliness in all kinds of media, but you still stand up for the good. […]

Former police officer still enjoys serving

By Angela Peacock Geo Reynolds worked for 39 years in law enforcement starting off as a police officer for the US Army, and retiring as chief of police after 27 years at Eastern New Mexico University. What’s your idea of a perfect day? “Each day is perfect to me because its a day that God […]

Cannon pilots touch down after deployment

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By Gary Mitchell CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Capt. Christina “Thumper” Hopper beamed when she was handed a bouquet of red roses by her husband. “This is great,” said Hopper, one of 12 F-16 pilots deployed during the Iraqi war with the 524th Fighter Squadron who touched down their jets early Monday afternoon on Cannon’s […]

Obituaries

Eula Marley, 95 Eula Mae Marley, 95, formerly of Portales, a retired schoolteacher, died Saturday, May 3, 2003, in Carlsbad, Calif. She was born on May 10, 1907, in Morgan Mill, Texas, to Frank and Daisy Bass. Her family moved to the New Mexico Territory by covered wagon and homesteaded north of Tatum in 1911. […]