Military mama: Resolve to make resolutions realistic

If you’re anything like me, New Year’s Resolutions are good intentions that never quite come to fruition. In years past I’ve taken the easy route; verbally promising to leave behind my faults and flaws and pat myself on the back for each day I stick to it. After a week or so, I think, ‘man […]

Pornography succeeding without federal help

Freedom New Mexico The porn industry wants economic stimulus. It wants a federal bailout, which should resolve any confusion as to what this country has become. Some don’t believe in the free market’s ability to turn garbage into gold, to deliver anything and everything a consumer could ever want. People like that have never examined […]

Showing resolve

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CNJ Staff Photo: Liliana Castillo Carl Boband of Portales said he made a New Year’s resolution to get in better shape. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer “No, I don’t have a New Year’s resolution,” he said. He seemed frustrated by the question as he worked out Friday at Gym X in Clovis. “I’m the […]

Anyone up for New Year’s ’09 celebration?

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist It took me years, not months, to discern the importance of beginning a new year. Obviously to a child, and less obviously to a young adult, time rolls endlessly ahead of you — an ocean of time, a roadmap of time, a night sky of time. Then one day or […]

Remembering 9-11

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Tech. Sgt. Amy Bengry (center) presides as the non-commissioned officer in charge of the honor gurard ceremony while Master Sgt. Eric Butt (left) and Staff Sgt. Ross Lindeman fold the flag. Cannon community pauses to renew, strenghten resolve (Editor’s note: The following remarks were made by Col. Scott West, 27th Fighter Wing commander to members […]

Oklahoma City not forgotten even in turbulent times

Freedom Newspapers So much has happened in our nation during the past decade, so many threats to our security that have occupied our current attentions — and yet to forget or even downplay the tragedy of Oklahoma City 10 years ago remains inexcusable. Certainly the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, inflicted a greater loss […]

De Baca conflict could settle out of court

By Mike Linn: CNJ News Editor A district judge on Thursday advised lawyers for the De Baca County sheriff and the county commission to try to resolve issues related to an extended feud between the two outside of court. Ninth Judicial District Judge Teddy Hartley also overruled an ex-parte order signed by District Judge Joe […]

Some resolutions worth making

SOME RESOLUTIONS WORTH MAKING I confessed to my congregation last Sunday that I am terribly poor at keeping New Year’s resolutions. Hmm. They didn’t seem surprised. New Year’s resolutions may be OK, but they are more or less connected to people, and people are human, and human resolve is a very weak and fickle thing. […]