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ENMU men fourth at Frank Phillips rodeo

Staff report BORGER, Texas — Junior Eli Lord finished second in steer wrestling to help Eastern New Mexico University’s men post a fourth-place team finish over the weekend in rodeo competition hosted by Frank Phillips College. ENMU’s women, meantime, split fourth and fifth behind a strong showing from sophomore Tierra Gray in breakaway roping. Lord […]

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‘Forgotten’ vets get honor they earned, deserve

They were 16 Army soldiers; seven Navy sailors, including one female veteran; three Air Force airmen; and two Marines. Most served during the Vietnam War years. Several are from the Korean War era. They are: Army — Robert Axtell, Kenneth Carnes, Harold Chalupa, Arturo Gavilanes, Norman Grady, Adrian Greene, Glenn Loney Jr., Stanly Minge, Brock […]

Think NM proposal sorely needed

It should be no surprise to any of my regular readers that I’m a big fan of Think New Mexico. It’s important to our state to have a nonpartisan think tank researching quality-of-life issues and pushing for changes, especially in the Legislature, that benefit all New Mexicans instead of a self-interested few. Plus, it has […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Most unlikely to succeed a 5-time nurse of the year

Bettie Bumgardner, born in El Paso, Texas, went to high school in the small New Mexico town of Corona. There were 15 students in her graduating class. Bumgardner moved to Clovis 27 years ago when she accepted the job as pediatric nurse in Dr. Thien Luu’s office. She has seven children — four biological and […]

Terry: Hats off to hopeful, faithful sports fans

Being a fan of your favorite team isn’t always easy. If your team is on a roll and winning, people hate you. If your team can’t do anything right, all your friends want to do is make fun of you. My favorite professional team is the Denver Broncos so I’ve had some experience on both […]

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