Cowboy poets appreciates rural way of life

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Cowboy poet Baxter Black can’t stand spaghetti, but he greatly appreciates a rural, Western way of life for the values of its people. “That includes work ethic, independence, entrepreneurism, family, loyalty, patriotism,” he explained during a telephone interview Monday. “I could keep going and say belligerence, cantankerousness, etc. There’s […]

November 4, 1993

• Eastern New Mexico University was featured in a publication of “New Mexico, Americas Land of Enchantment” that was recently published by the New Mexico Department of Economic Development. • J.R. Moses of Portales had a poem titled “Daddy” published in “Distinguished Poets of America”. • Poyner’s Home and Auto advertised a Eureka Bravo! SureValu upright vacuum […]