Local Sports

Midwestern State ousts Zias

STAFF REPORT ALLEN, Texas — Andrea Carter scored 19 points to lead four in double figures, and Midwestern State struck early to squelch any early hopes of an upset in a 70-49 win over Eastern New Mexico University Wednesday morning in the first round of the Lone Star Conference tournament at the Allen Events Center. […]

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Opinion

Legislature no place for peeves, personal issues

In every legislative session you can count on two kinds of time-wasting bills — those that make things illegal that are already crimes and those that address legislators’ personal pet peeves. There are at least two examples of the first kind of bill before the New Mexico Legislature. One would make child prostitution a felony, […]

SB 323 not in public’s interest

By Tom McDonald State columnist Seems a good time to revisit Think New Mexico’s legislative push to bring some transparency into our state when it comes to health care costs and treatments. You may recall this nonpartisan think tank’s latest report, released last fall, about the need to give health care consumers access to the […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Oh spring, where hast thou wandered?

By Karl Terry Local columnist Raw, windy February days are the pits. Thank goodness February is so short — hello March. This is the time of year when you suddenly realize that winter has overstayed its welcome and you’re ready for a spring day. All the good sticks of firewood have been burned and you’re […]

Cooking for vegetarians featured on coming show

By Sheryl Borden Creative Living Information on teaching children to sew and cooking meals for vegetarians will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. and on Thursday at noon. Carina Gardner is the Creative Director and Designer for Carina Gardner, Inc. and Carta Bella Paper Co. She’s going to show […]

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