Reader feedback sought

Freedom New Mexico Freedom New Mexico is hosting meetings to get reader input on the content that goes into Cannon Connections. The first meeting will be held 7 p.m. Monday at the Clovis News Journal conference room. The meeting is open to, but not limited to, veterans and their families. The second meeting will be […]

My Turn: How do you like us now?

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By David Stevens: Freedom New Mexico Editor Dear reader, The type is larger and easier to read. The stories are shorter and more personal. We’re trying to generate more local photos, increase the number of local voices, allow for more interaction. This what you had in mind? These are some of the things we heard […]

Happy to have reader feedback

By Karl Terry: PNT columnist Writing has always come easy to me. Sometimes research and fact checking haven’t been as natural. A good example of that was last week’s column about animated movies. It was easy to write and came together quickly. Several people told me they enjoyed it and agreed with me. Several wrote […]

Woman right to act on suspicions

By Anita Tedaldi: Cannon Connections columnist reader sent me a few emails asking for advice for a problem she was having with her finance. To protect her identity, I will call her, “undecided military fiance”. Below you will see her question and how I put my Italian no-nonsense approach to good use in trying to […]

Woman right to act on suspicions

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist A reader sent me a few emails asking for advice for a problem she was having with her fianc

No shame in discussing sexual needs

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist I often receive questions about relationships from other women. Being from Italy, the land of passion, my reputation as a Latin lover at times precedes my reputation as writer. Recently, an anonymous reader I will call Jane asked me if I had tips to stay intimate with a partner during […]

Oct. 14, 1974

A letter to Polly Cramer, a local homemaking columnist in the Portales News Tribune, complained that the reader’s biggest pet peeve is when people use charge cards in regular lines at self-service or discount stores. “There should be a special line and register for such customers so a person in a hurry could go through […]

Barefoot Reader

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This Eastern New Mexico University student, with his shoes off pipe in hand, was intently reading on the lawn outside Eddy Hall Wednesday. Whether or not he was absorbed in reading “Tom Sawyer” is up for speculation. Classes started last week at ENMU.