Caring for the environment is imperative

By Clyde Davis: Columnist Recently, Earth Day was observed. Like so many days that call notice to some relationship of importance, the danger exists that we will simply stop action, worry about that focus for a day or two, then go back to life as normal. In this case, the ideal of ecology may preoccupy [...]

Saying of day outlives moment in spotlight

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Soon the Marshall Junior High School and the other junior highs will be different. Ninth-graders from all over town will move to another location. No matter how much it changes, my memories of Marshall will still be vivid in my mind. Back then Johnnie’s store was right on the premises, [...]

Windy day requisite part of state visit

By Grant McGee: Local columnist A couple of weeks ago, my daughter Wendy came to Clovis to experience the West. She saw a lot. There was the spring snowstorm that blocked our attempt at seeing Santa Fe. That day she saw 300 miles of southeast New Mexico. More wide open space than I believe she’s [...]

Letters to the Editor: Postal service needs proper competition

When a customer tells me “the check is in the mail,” I tend not to believe them. But I’m starting to change my mind. A customer two miles from us recently sent a payment for $28,000 through the U.S. mail. Based on the postmark, the two-mile trip took 28 days. My credit card bill normally [...]

etc.: Cesar Chavez cleanup day

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