‘Atlas Shrugged’ message has yet

By Freedom Newspapers Love it or hate it, “Atlas Shrugged” still inspires passion a half-century after it was first published. It’s not just that the book was well read, but that it has been so influential in the intellectual development of so many people. Ayn Rand challenged the smelly orthodoxy of her time, the one […]

Sept. 12, 2006 Business Digest

Atlas Van Lines sees 300 percent boost Cissell Transfer & Storage, a Clovis Atlas Van Lines agent, saw sales increase 290 percent the last fiscal year compared with 2005, according to an Atlas Van Lines news release. The local moving company was one of four agents to receive Atlas Van Lines’ Sales Progress Award for […]

Cattle dispute led to kilings in 1911

By Don McAlavy A dispute over a few head of cattle led to the killing of brothers Ed and Tom Hall along the Pecos River, south of Fort Sumner and west of Kenna, in 1911. This account comes from a booklet — “My Family, My Life and Times” — written by a nephew of the […]