Bill Kinyon of Clovis submitted this letter to the editor about traffic enforcement in Elida.
Russell Anglin is the managing editor of the Quay County Sun, This latest column effort touched on his family roots:
Editor’s note: We are publishing honor rolls of area schools as space allows. The honor rolls will continue each Sunday until all have been published. Names of some honor-roll students may not be listed due to parents’ privacy concerns. Clovis Marshall Middle School 1st Nine Weeks 7th Grade Gisell Aguirre Angel Anaya Anahi Antonio Joseph […]
Baxter Black Editor’s note: Baxter Black normally runs in Sunday editions of the News-Tribune. This column was inadvertently omitted from Sunday’s edition.
Sharna Johnson Editor’s note: Sharna Johnson has been writing about critters in a weblog for three years. Now she’s taking her dog and pony show to the printed product. Her weekly column begins today, with the introduction she offered her blog readers on Nov. 2, 2007.
Adam Bitely, editor of NetRightDaily.com, also writes for the getliberty.org website. Here’s a recent sampling:
Retired newspaper editor and sometimes columnist Ned Cantwell is annoyed with the antics of both candidates in New Mexico’s governor’s race. Excerpts from a recent opinion piece:
By Ryder Richards, artist in residence Editor’s note: Texas artists and married couple Ryder Richards and Sue Anne Rische spent May 9 to May 29 as part of a new Portales Arts Council artists-in-residence program. Their resulting work is being displayed through the summer in the Runnels Gallery of Eastern New Mexico University’s Golden Library.
Editor’s note: Sixty-five years ago, the German-held concentration camp at Buchenwald was liberated by United States forces. Cpl. Hayley C. Dandridge, a Dora High School graduate, toured the facility less than two weeks after an estimated 21,000 prisoners were freed. Dandridge wrote about the horrors he saw in a letter to friends, Alan and Freeda […]
By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Editor David Stevens says he could eat tuna patties at every meal. He wanted to know when I was going write a column about them, so I tried some. The tuna patties taste nice and aren’t too fishy. They’re also quick to make and not too easy to screw […]
Freedom New Mexico Editor’s note: R.C. Hoiles was founder of Freedom Communications, parent company of our newspaper. In conjunction with the company’s emergence last Friday from bankruptcy and the changing ownership from the Hoiles family, we’re dedicating this week’s editorial pages to remembering Hoiles’ philosophies.
Freedom New Mexico Editor’s note: R.C. Hoiles was founder of Freedom Communications, parent company of our newspaper. In conjunction with the company’s emergence Friday from bankruptcy and the changing ownership from the Hoiles family, we’re dedicating this week’s editorial pages to remembering Hoiles’ philosophies. Here’s what Hoiles had to say about newspapers: • “What this […]
Editor’s note: The following is a candidate for a Roosevelt County elected position in the June 1 Primary election.
PNT staff Editor’s note: Two Republicans are seeking the nomination for Roosevelt County Assessor in the June 1 primary election. No Democrats filed as candidates. The following profiles are part of a series on candidates in local races. Both candidates were asked the same set of questions. Tex L. Belcher (Incumbent) • Why do you […]
By Ruth White Burns: FNM correspondent Editor’s Note: This is another in a continuing series about the H-Bar Ranch and the hardships of life on the plains before 1900.
PETA surprised at allegations Regarding Baxter Black’s column in Friday’s Portales News-Tribune: “PETA’s death threats went too far.” People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals was just as surprised as figure skater Johnny Weir when we learned he allegedly received death threats for using white fox fur in one of his costumes. PETA, like most […]