God’s trust is two-way street

By Leonard Pitts Jr. I threw down the newspaper in disgust. God, who was sitting in the recliner next to mine watching the baseball playoffs, glanced over. “Relax,” he said, “the campaign will be over in a few days.” “It’s not that,” I said. “Then what?” I handed God the newspaper. He put on his […]

Researchers gaining on bindweed

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Mark Renz, a weed specialist with New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service, holds flowering field bindweed. New Mexico State Extension Service photo Staff and wire reports ALBUQUERQUE — Researchers at New Mexico State University are using chemicals and parasites to successfully control field bindweed, a pesky plant that invades crops, pastures and gardens in […]

Coyotes are not always the bad guys

Letters to the editor I read an article in Tuesday’s newspaper about coyotes and it makes the coyote the villain. I have been around coyotes all my 48 years of life. I just want to express my opinion and a few facts about the coyotes. Coyotes are not very big animals. They range in weight […]

“Kill Bill: Volume 2″ review 5/6

Ben Kessler Let me start off by saying that Quinten Tarentino is a very weird guy. I have seem all of his movies except “Resevoir Dogs,” and they all have one thing in common: They have at least one scene that makes me think “huh?” “Kill Bill” is no exception to his avant guarde style, […]

Pesticides kill bugs, save many lives in Africa

Freedom Newspapers Most political movements and public policies have their good points and bad, so it’s imperative that Americans try to subject everything to hard-headed analysis. Unfortunately, the environmental movement still basks in the glow of unquestioned praise, so some of the ills that have occurred as the result of environmentalist policies go unchecked. Perhaps […]

Frosh push WT past Zias

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Jennifer Bullock executes a jump set in the first game of Tuesday night’s match at Greyhound Arena. Photo by Kevin Wilson. By Dave Wagner PORTALES — West Texas A&M’s Lone Star Conference volleyball winning streak lives on. Barely. The Lady Buffs won their NCAA Division II record 77th consecutive match against conference opponents, dating to […]