There’s always a critic in every crowd

Ned Cantwell, State Columnist A reader asked recently whatever happened to my friend Barney from New Jersey. I told him Barney and I had a falling out of sorts. Barney is this couch-potato guy who spends all his time reading newspapers and magazines. He finds out what he thinks is wrong with New Mexico and […]

Walker, David

David Walker Services: Have been held. Mr. David G. Walker, 42, of Lubbock, died Monday, Sept. 22, 2003, at his home. He was born on Sept. 27, 1960 in Salem, N.J., to Luke and Dorothy Walker. He graduated from Salem High School. Her served 20 years in the U.S. Air Force, retiring from Cannon Air […]

Misspending youth not all it’s cracked up to be

By Bob Huber When I was a kid — a period that hung over my head willy-nilly until I was 60 — Don Winslow of the Coast Guard was an icon of American patriotism. During World War II he spent many colorful Saturday matinees chasing Nazi submarines off Catalina Island. I’ll bet you didn’t know […]