Benna Sayyed Anita Fite was eager to watch her husband drive a fully restored 1945 military jeep down Main Street in Saturday’s Veterans Day parade. She also came for another reason. As the floats, the groups of motorcyclist veterans, the military personnel and others passed through the intersection of Main and West Seventh St., Fite […]
Reyes Elizabeth Alonzo of Bovina and Daniel Reyes of Clovis were married Nov. 6, 2010, at Rose Garden Pavilion in Clovis. The ceremony was attended by family and friends. The bride is the daughrter of the late Ron Coffey and Josefina Alonzo-Coffey of Bovina. She is the granddaughter of the late Bernabe Alonzo and Anita […]
Freedom New Mexico columnist Anita Tedaldi is at the heart of a growing national debate after disclosing last week that she gave up her adopted son. Tedaldi discussed her gut-wrenching decision with Matt Lauer last Thursday on the Today show.
By Anita Doberman: CNJ Columnist I recently stumbled upon an interesting article in the New York Times about something called the fatosphere. Yes, those who inhabit this corner of cyberspace insist on calling it the fatosphere, where fat is in, or at least not as out as it used to be. The people who frequent […]
By Anita Doberman: Local Columnist USAToday published an article about a freelance writer, Helen Kirwan-Taylor, who wrote an essay on how her children bore her to death, and how she would rather do anything than spend time with them. Having five children, I had many thoughts after reading this article, not all of them nice. […]
Anita Kay Bass Services: Have been held. Anita Kay Bass, 69, of Azle, Texas, died Saturday, July 3, 2004, in Fort Worth. She was born on Nov. 23, 1934, in Estelline, Texas, to Andy Clinton and Ruth Wright Dunlap. She was raised on a farm, loved music and the outdoors. She graduated from Morton (Texas) […]