After lunar mission, Earth next frontier

Freedom New Mexico Forty years ago this weekend, Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins were the most famous men on the planet. And they were some 240,000 miles from it. They were circling the lunar surface preparing to set down for what would become one of humanity’s greatest achievements. On Monday, we will […]

Federal reports not reliable source

By Tibor Machan: Freedom New Mexico columnist The morning of this writing, I woke to a lengthy report by NASA showing alleged imminent disaster from climate changes. The report states unequivocally that some huge percentage of the change is human induced, although nothing shown demonstrates or supports this claim. The time line of many of […]

May 23 Letters to the Editor

Recycling has many benefits My class is learning about recycling and I would like to inform people. Recycling is a good thing to do because it keeps our Earth clean. We need to keep our Earth clean because we only have one Earth. My school, Zia Elementary, recycles aluminum cans in a big trailer. My […]

N.M. Delegation announces over $8 million in recovery money for state’s parks

This Earth Day, New Mexico’s Congressional Delegation announced that twelve national parks in New Mexico will benefit from over $8 million in federal funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The investments in New Mexico’s parks will help spur the economy and local job growth by revitalizing park infrastructure, rehabilitating visitor centers and funding […]

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God will not stay locked up in anyone’s box

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist In the preface to The Pillars of the Earth, thriller-writer Ken Follett tells how he came to write a historically-based novel about the building of a grand Gothic cathedral. In the midst of writing best-sellers, he’d toyed with the project for a long time, starting it, stopping it, almost […]

Happy birthday, Hernandez

Dianna Hernandez has been on this earth for nearly a quarter of a century.

Global warming issues should be taken ‘slowly and with prayer’

New Mexico lawmakers recently asked constituents, “Do you think the current climate changes are man made?” Here’s what Clovis’ Carolyn Spence has to say: “The Earth has undergone some drastic climate changes in history and the causes were not manmade. We need to be careful that our best intentions don’t backfire on us. “The Earth is capable […]

July 26, 1965

Cannon Air Force Base Capt. Harold Tom Godfrey and Jack Winton, of Clovis, escaped injury when the light airplane they were in crashed while attempting to land on a sod runway one mile north of Enterprise, Okla. … A Clovis News-Journal classified advertisement listed a house at 920 Meriwether for rent at $55 a month. […]

Gore’s ‘Live Earth’ benefit concert hits flat note

By Freedom Newspapers We didn’t catch much of Al Gore’s “Live Earth” extravaganza last weekend. A Gilligan’s Island marathon was running on TV Land and we couldn’t tear ourselves away. But we weren’t surprised to read that it was a poorly received, and reviewed, dud. Some “cause concerts,” like some causes, are better than others. […]