Freedom New Mexico Roosevelt County commissioners will be attending a meeting of the Lea County Commission 1 p.m. today at the Lea County Events Center regarding the endangered species listing of the sand dune lizard.
Disney FamilyFun magazine Summer is over, but you have memories with your kids that you want to hang onto forever. Use these three ideas to turn your souvenirs into keepsakes. Slide Sleeve Treasure Holder This playful version of a shadow box can be tacked up just about anywhere or hung like a mobile to let [...]
Freedom New Mexico Registration is open for a four-on-four sand volleyball tournament July 8-10 at Hillcrest Park in Clovis. The tournament has open, women’s and co-ed divisions. Registration is $75 due by June 24. The Clovis High School Volleyball Boosters are hosting the tournament. Information: Mike Mendoza at 218-2980, Denise Gibbons at 309-6003 or Tisha [...]
Argen Duncan A bare field is drawing complaints from neighbors tired of years of blowing sand. The 40-acre field is at the intersection of Roosevelt Roads P and 4. Kendall Terry, who lives beside it, said half a dozen neighbors are affected by the large amounts of sand that blow from it during the spring. [...]
By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer Stickers, sticker burs, grass spurs, sticky burs, sand burs — whatever the name, a common opinion prevails in regards to a little weed whose seed has a plate of armor no one wants to get near. Many in eastern New Mexico just call them stickers and they’re literally a [...]
By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico Stepping into the shoes of archeologists, volunteers from Cannon Air Force Base and the community carefully removed several feet of blown sand, inch by inch from historic Blacktower Cemetery. Capt. Glen Smith, who is leading the project, said the two-day clean-up was going well, but that it was just [...]
By Karl Terry, Local Columnist It amazes me what folks who homesteaded this part of the country were willing to endure just to get title to 160 acres of sand and rattlesnakes. For a long time now I’ve intended to read the book “Six Miles to the Windmill” by J.G. Greaves, former editor of the [...]
Compiled by Kevin Wilson For more than 12,000 years, the sand dunes of Monahans, Texas, have been traveled through by man. For the Clovis/Portales resident, the dunes can be traveled to by present man in a car ride of about three hours. What is it? The park, according to its Web site, contains 3,840 acres [...]