Opportunity wasted for unusual

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico There are certain things I wish would have been different. I wish I had asked that girl out to dinner instead of making small talk. I wish I was riding in the car when (according to police records) a group of four people planned out a bank robbery in […]

Bank robbery suspects posted note on Spider-Man comic book page

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico The suspects accused of robbing American Heritage Bank in Melrose on Monday morning posted a handwritten, misspelled note on the back of a Spider-Man comic book page on the front door of the bank after entering the building, according to court records. The note said, “closed intill further notice, […]

People must count their blessings

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Life on Planet Earth can be cruel. Just when you think you’ve got it made, another’s greed can rip it from your grasp. As a case in point, let’s take a dramatic little scene I witnessed on a recent trip to the bathroom. As is sometimes the case on […]

Forget lions or bears or tigers, watch for bugs, oh my

Janet Taylor-Birkey Summer fun is finally here, but along with swimming, camping and playing outdoor sports, safety must be the first line of concern in any fun activity. Those at Cannon and surrounding areas need to be particularly aware of black widows, spiders, scorpions, centipedes and fleas, said Master Sgt. Michael Elliot, a Survival, Evasion, […]

Spider answer, a tangled web in local area

Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor They may seem like the creepy things that Halloween stories are made of — but according to entomologists, spiders usually do much more good than harm. According to long-held Halloween-related legend, spiders, bats and owls, being nocturnal were said to speak with the devil at night (see page 1B for […]