Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Wednesday briefing. Call to serve Here’s your chance to serve on the Clovis school board. The board is holding candidate training 6 p.m. Friday at Clovis Schools’ Administrative Office for the District 3 seat opening. Interested candidates must submit a resum
Food Hates You, Too: and Other Poems by Robert Weinstock This loud, slightly irreverent volume of poetry captures a variety of thoughts on food, eating, and dining.
Joan Clayton mixes Scripture and poetry in her book “A Time For Praise” to encourage people in their walk with God. Clayton uses her writing to praise God in what might be new ways to someone who is new to the Christian faith. The poems are sometimes playful and endearing as she lets God speak [...]
ThursdayFun With Poetry, Family Reading Night — 6 p.m. Portales Public Library. FridayOgallala Quilter’s Society 11th annual festival “Diamonds in Dimmitt” — All day, Expo Building Southeast Fourth and East Lee in Dimmitt, Texas, $5 admissionThe Midnight Ride of Paul Revere (ENMU choirs and symphony — 7 p.m. CUB Ballroom, free admission SaturdayOgallala Quilter’s Society [...]
By Ashley Lee: PNT Staff Writer Actress, artist, poet, singer and songwriter Wayquay will perform in two free concerts Tuesday at the Campus Union Ballroom at Eastern New Mexico University. The concerts are sponsored by ENMU’s Native American Affairs department as part of a month-long celebration during Native American Heritage Month. Wayquay, whose full name, [...]
By Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Dan Swopes was a mild-mannered man that was honest and humble. He kept to himself but set a strong example of what a man of character should look like, according to family and friends. Whether at work or with his family, Swopes worked towards what needed to be done and [...]