Dave Wagner Kiara Tate made perhaps a game-saving play at the end of Saturday’s Lone Star Conference women’s clash against Texas A&M-Commerce, but she may have paid a big price for it. With the Zias holding a three-point lead after Commerce’s Danielle Dixon missed a 3-point try in the closing seconds, the senior guard from [...]
I am constantly re-examining my beliefs and principles. All of them, not just libertarianism. I try to look at them from every possible angle and twist them inside-out to see if there is a possibility I could be wrong and libertarianism isn’t the most ethical philosophy that has ever been created for relating to all [...]
Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University’s women had a little trouble finishing off Texas Woman’s Wednesday night at Greyhound Arena. Unlike earlier in the season, though, the Zias are beginning to find ways to win. Senior forward Precious Herrin scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds — including a huge offensive board in the final [...]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Wednesday briefing. Jail volunteers Christian Believers is looking for volunteers to help at both the Curry County jail and youth detention center. There’s a training session 6 p.m. Thursday at the Believers headquarters, 209 W. Seventh St. Information: Sistar Yancy at 763-1715 Gala’s on hold Clovis [...]
Members of Rep. Ben Ray Lujan’s staff will hold office hours 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Staff can assist residents who have questions regarding Social Security benefits, immigration applications, veterans’ services, and other federal programs.
A scientific poll shows that 69 percent of Americans believe it is at least “somewhat likely” that scientists falsify data to support their beliefs, of which 40 percent believe it is “very likely.” Only 6 percent believe it’s “not likely at all.” New hard-science global warming data from NASA may back up the cynics. If [...]
Freedom New Mexico If you thought Friday got hot, hold on. There’s more on the way, according to the National Weather Service. Clovis Municipal Airport reported a high temperature of 106 degrees on Friday. The last time the city got near that high was June 24, 1980, when the thermometer hit 104 degrees. Weather service [...]
Marla Jo Fisher Late at night, I like to gather my children around me and tell them stories from the old days, back when guys wore belts to hold up their pants. I have to explain the concept of belts, of course, and that pants also used to fit around the waist, which prevented them [...]