Body type doesn’t reflect person’s value

Somatotypes — body types — there are three and most of us are a mixture of two of the types. Ectomorphs are slender and angular, endomorphs are round in shape, and mesomorphs are muscular. You can see why most of us are a mixture of two of the above, though I am not sure how […]

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 […]

Bags, fabric on upcoming show

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on making a messenger-type bag, creating a faux wall painting and felting fabric are featured topics on “Creative Living” noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Sewing expert Pat de Santis demonstrates how to make a messenger-type bag incorporating a dimensional grandmother’s fan by using the EZ Dresden tool. This […]

Accepting lack of control a big challenge

Anita Doberman I am trying to learn one thing as I grow older. Yes, even I attempt to grasp higher truths, and these are not tips to be a better cook or crafty mom because they are impossible tasks for my incapable hands, but notions that I really have no control over most things that […]

Breastfeeding best left to mother’s judgement

By Anita Doberman I am not a show-your-boob-while-you-breastfeed type of mom. But I respect anyone’s personal style, full view, partial view or no view at all. The way a mom decides to breastfeed her child is her own business and not mine to judge. This said, I was extremely surprised when, while discretely breastfeeding my […]

Six degrees of separation bad for shopping

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Kevin Bacon got me stirred up the other night about a problem I’ve known about for quite some time but still haven’t found an answer to — our society’s addiction to trying every flavor. Bacon, an actor who can be connected with any other actor through “six degrees of […]

Business Digest, Business Licenses

CNJ Staff Hot-dip awardee prevents corrosion PBI Ross-Holm of Portales was a 2005 recipient of the Excellence in Hot-Dip Galvanizing — Food & Agricultural Award from the American Galvanizers Association. Hot-dip galvanizing is the process of applying a zinc coating to fabricated iron or steel by immersing the material in a bath consisting primarily of […]

Square dancers set for Thursday performance

By Laurie Stone Local and surrounding square dancers will strut their stuff Thursday from 6-8 p.m. on the slab at the Roosevelt County Fair. This type of dancing is proclaimed as the national folk dance of the United States, according to the United Square Dancers of America. There are more than six million people that […]