Road trip that’s easy on wallet

By Clyde Davis In the first place, and this is not a negative, it was not like Chaco Canyon. You could not hear the drums and bird flutes in the silence, you could not picture, in the stillness, Anasazi inhabitants filing into the kivas for a ceremonial meeting. There was not the stillness, nor the […]

American tourists should learn foriegn social customs

By Anita Doberman Summer is here and many of us may be traveling to different countries. More often than not, you will find that people in many foreign countries love Americans and are very friendly toward military families. Other times, of course, locals may be more reluctant to open up to tourists, and American’s in […]

Better being tourists

By Anita Doberman: CNJ columnist Summer is here and many of us may be traveling to different countries. More often than not, you will find that people in many foreign countries love Americans and are very friendly toward military families. Other times, of course, locals may be more reluctant to open up to tourists, and […]

Tucumcari native offers tours

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Self-appointed Tucumcari tour guide Larry Klaverweiden points out highlights of the map mural on the Chamber building to former residents Paul and Rosa Trujillo. By Ryn Gargulinski: Freedom Newspapers TUCUMCARI — When former Tucumcari residents Paul and Rosa Trujillo came back to visit this week for the first time since 1956, they said they did […]

Technology’s invasion both blessing, curse

By Leonard Pitts: Syndicated Columnist At the end of April, five explorers reached the North Pole. Bone tired and bone chilled after 37 days and 475 miles, they set up their tent and tried to get some rest. Then visitors came calling. Three Russians and a Czech who had followed them the last 50 miles […]