Birth certificate denials send wrong message

Freedom Newspapers One of the most challenging issues in the national debate over illegal immigration is what to do about the children of such immigrants who gain automatic U.S. citizenship at birth. Despite the wishes of anti-immigration extremists, the federal courts almost universally have agreed the 14th Amendment grants citizenship to anyone born on U.S. […]

Border security tightens

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Courtesy illustration Residents can apply for a cheaper, wallet-sized alternative to a traditional passport that can be used when entering the U.S. from Canada, Mexico, Bermuda and the Caribbean. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Those quick trips across the border to Mexico and Canada will soon come with new requirements for travelers. As of […]

Local Roundup: Cannon clinic closed for holidays

CNJ staff The Cannon Air Force Base clinic and pharmacy will be closed on Dec. 24, Dec. 25, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. Questions regarding the closure can be directed to the 27th Special Operations Public Affairs Office at 784-4131. Christmas light contest sponsored The Melrose Rotary Club and Farmers Electric Cooperative are sponsoring a […]

Cannon not releasing information on spouse’s death

CNJ staff Cannon Air Force Base officials are still not releasing information surrounding the death of an Air Force dependent nearly two weeks ago. Capt. Andre Kok of Cannon Public Affairs said no information can be made available to the public until after the investigation into Kimberly Susan Novak’s death is complete. Novak, 20, died […]