Sand lot concerns county residents

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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. […]

Thoughts key to shaping reality

By Clyde Davis: Freedom columnist The wind was blowing so hard that, opening the door to the facility I was entering, I literally thought it was locked; that was how hard I had to pull. As I deliberately practiced reshaping my thoughts, I formed the idea, “How exciting would it be if one were back […]

Zias split games in home tournament

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By Dave Wagner, Freedom New Mexico There was more than one moment Saturday when Eastern New Mexico University looked like it was down for the count against East Central. Then things turned, the Zias held on after nearly blowing an 11-point lead in game 3 and the bounces went their way late in an 18-25, […]

Local man forecasts dry spring

By Sarah Meyer, Freedom New Mexico A local weather forecaster predicts this spring will be a little dryer than normal. Joseph Weldon Crim is up early in the morning every year on March 22 to build a bonfire before sunrise. At sunrise, he looks to see which way the wind is blowing and uses this […]

Snowy weather possible

By Gabriel Monte Curry and Roosevelt county residents could encounter another weekend of blowing snow, according to the National Weather Service. The weather service issued a winter weather advisory that took effect 6 p.m. Friday. The snowfall could last until 11 p.m. Saturday, according to Todd Shoemake of the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. An […]