Contrasts prevalent in scenery

By Karl Terry: Freedom columnist On a recent daytrip I went in search of photos and was struck by the multitude of contrasts in our eastern New Mexico landscape. We hadn’t done it in a long time so last Sunday my wife and I packed a picnic lunch and two cabin fever fraught dogs for […]

Cannon's EMT Rodeo branded a success

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne Y. De La Cruz From left, Tech. Sgt. Aramis Cedeno and Senior Airman Gilberto Maldonado, 27th SOAMS, provide rescue during the EMT Rodeo on Oct. 3. Staff Sgt. Ngu Do and Senior Airman Dena Levari, 27th SOMOS, are accessing the patient for any injuries. By Senior Airman Elliott Sprehe: […]

Day Trips: Little-known ghost town comes with locals, plenty of scenery

Compiled by Mike Jimenez Ghost towns can be found across New Mexico and the Southwest, but the one located at White Oaks is probably the best-kept secret around these parts. This ghost town comes complete with a few locals, and plenty of scenery. Where is it? White Oaks is located about nine miles outside of […]