Religion calendar – May 31

Advent Christian Church Sunday School — 10 a.m. Sunday worship — 11 a.m. Wednesday Youth Fellowship — 4 p.m. Wednesday Prayer meeting — 6 p.m. Address: 2101 East 21st St. Information: 762-0422 Agape Love Ministries Sunday Worship — 11 a.m. Tuesday Prayer — 7 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study — 7 p.m. Thursday Hour of Prayer […]

A legacy worth living, a purpose in life

America admired her famous French chef. She owned a squeaky voice, and her 6-foot-2 inch frame was only dwarfed by her quirky personality. America's French chef was born into privilege. She was educated in the finest private schools in California. She graduated from an Ivy League private women's college on the east coast. She traveled […]

Parishioners descend upon Clovis

United Methodist Church parishioners from across the state, as well as two Texas cities, have descended on Clovis this week for the church's 138th New Mexico Annual Conference. According to Keath Baskett, pastor at First United Methodist Church, this is the first time in nearly 70 years that the annual conference has been held in […]

Lords of the boards

A local skateboarder won't let injuries prevent him from completing his part in an upcoming skateboard video he is producing with friends. Last weekend, Derek Padilla was riding down a steep ramp-like drainage ditch in Albuquerque. When he reached the bottom where the ditch flattened out he took a spill that resulted in a concussion […]

PRMC first in Presbyterian group to make switch to electronic records

Plains Regional Medical Center's internal electronic health record system will go live Saturday, and PRMC will be the first in the Presbyterian Healthcare Services system to do so. The new records system was implemented by the Wisconsin-based Epic Systems, and it cost the entire PHS system about $200 million according to Angel Evans, Epic facilities […]

ENMU’s Creamer honored

Eastern New Mexico University senior designated hitter Peter Creamer has been chosen as an NCAA Division II honorable menton All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Creamer, from Boston, is the first player in the history of the ENMU program to earn All-American status from the NCBWA. Creamer, who led the Lone Star Conference […]

Fort Sumner teen charged in fight death

A Fort Sumner teen was charged with second-degree murder Thursday for his involvement in a fight a little more than a week ago during a drinking party in Fort Sumner, according to jail records. Caleb West, 19, was released on a $200,000 bond early Thursday evening. Police say Anthony Sandoval, 21, of Espanola was involved […]

You can’t give away what you don’t possess

Can you give me an actual living, breathing tyrannosaurus rex? No. Why not? Because you don't have one to give. You can't give away something you don't possess — especially if it doesn't exist. So how can you pretend to give government employees the authority to do things on your behalf that you never had […]

Senate reform on immigration a slow process

Immigration reform is making its way slowly, deliberately, sometimes painfully — almost surprisingly civilly — through the U.S. Senate. Earlier this month, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed Senate Bill 744 on a 13-5 bipartisan vote. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he will bring it to a vote of the full Senate in June. It […]

Unpredictable weather reminder to stay safe

Police blotter – May 31

Here is a sampling of police, sheriff and fire calls for: Wednesday Caller reported: 3:35 a.m.: Public affray in progress, 1400 block of Sheldon Street. 5:49 a.m.: Ill subject, 1500 block of Red Cloud Place. 7:16 a.m.: Theft, 400 block of Hickory Street. 7:33 a.m.: Theft, 500 block of Kathie Drive. 8:40 a.m.: Criminal damage, […]

What’s happening – May 31

Today Blood Drive — 10 a.m., 4701 N. Prince Street, Wheatfields Senior Living Community. Information: 749-9718. Our Lady of Guadalupe Church Fiesta Dinner — 5:30 dinner and 6:30 variety show. 108 N. Davis St., Tickets (only 300 available): $8 adults, $4 children 4-12 years, 3 years and under free. Information: 763-4445. Third Revival of the […]

Base travel agency switching names

Potomac Falls Travel will be changing to Winggate Travel effective June 1, according to Margret Crossland, supervisor of passenger travel at Potomac Falls travel. Crossland said the service of booking reservations for Temporary Duty and Permanent Change of Station will continue under the new name. She said the staff as well as the location, building […]