The 19th annual New Mexico Ag Expo is coming, and with it, well over $100,000 in economic impact. Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Karl Terry said if 50 out-of-town vendors come, a conservative estimate, they would spend a total of $22,000 to $25,000 in town. Figuring that money will change hands six times […]
Would you feel comfortable if you had a few hired hands — and maybe a maid, a butler and a gardener — who insisted you had no right to know what they were doing while they worked for you, maybe even locked the doors behind them while around your valuables? Me neither. Then why do […]
Freedom New Mexico Freedom New Mexico DURANGO, Colo. — Fort Lewis scored the game’s final 10 points over the last 2 1/2 minutes Friday night to turn back Eastern New Mexico University’s men 88-82 on the first night of the Skyhawks’ George B. Boedecker Classic. Senior forward Kyle Behrens and junior center Matt Morris scored […]
What do you get when you combine a Volkswagen Golf, a pipe-bender, a welder, and several people with too much time on their hands? This week’s video. I’ve never seen anyone go through such great lengths to modify a vehicle the way these people did. They took a VW Golf and strategically installed two large […]
Aug. 30, 1955: Around 500 hands were at work harvesting Roosevelt County’s largest broomcorn crop in recent years, the employment office reported.
Why would government destroy firearms when it could have circulated them into the hands of law-abiding citizens? That’s the question asked by Alan Gottlieb, executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation, and Dave Workman, senior editor of Gun Week, in a recent opinion column. Here’s a snippet from their report:
Aug. 4, 1950: Final plans for the new Portales Hotel were in the hands of the Lambie Construction Co. Orders were being rushed for all materials needed to complete the structure, the Portales Daily News reported.
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Noodling was started in Oklahoma and is basically fishing with your bare hands. It can be fun, but there is an element of danger. A noodler can be bitten by a snake or even drown. Here’s how it works: Noodlers wade into a river, stream or pond and locate […]
By Grant McGee: Freedom columnist So how are your hands after this past hard winter? A little rough? Do they have some cracks? I was pondering my hands as I was working some lotion into them. That ole’ dry skin was drinking that stuff up. I looked at the fingers with the impacted bicycle grease […]
Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS —Tarleton State handed Eastern New Mexico University its first Lone Star Conference South loss and did so in convincing fashion. Effran Bryant lead four Texan starters in double figures with 13 points as Tarleton State beat the Greyhounds 76-36 Wednesday. Jeremiah Wilson added his seventh double-double of the season — […]