Provided by Celebritybabyscoop.com Actress Sarah Drew, who plays Dr. April Kepner on “Grey’s Anatomy,” is expecting her first child with her husband Peter Lanfer, who is a professor of Second Temple Judaism at UCLA and Dartmouth. Carolyn Robertson With her first trimester behind her, actress Sarah Drew is immersed in all things baby these days, […]
MCT photo Walter Cronkite, the premier TV anchorman of the networks’ golden age died Friday at 92 from cerebral vascular disease. By Frazier Moore: The Associated Press NEW YORK — Walter Cronkite, the premier TV anchorman of the networks’ golden age who reported a tumultuous time with reassuring authority and came to be called “the […]
By Curtis K. Shelburne When I learned that CBS’ 60 Minutes news program was doing a story on sleep, I was interested. Sleeping is one thing I’ve always been really good at. But if anyone has pointers to help my technique . . . So I made sure to watch what was a fascinating program, […]
What: Shark Where: CBS When: 8 p.m. What it’s about: In the series finale, Sebastian’s nemesis, convicted murderer Wayne Callison (Billy Campbell), escapes from prison and threatens to take revenge on Sebastian by harming Julie.
What: How I Met Your Mother Where: CBS When: 6:30 p.m. What it’s about: Ted has an accident, and the close call has him evaluating his relationship with Stella (played by Sarah Chalke, who’s finding new roles before “Scrubs” even wraps up).
What: Ghost Whisperer Where: CBS When: 6 p.m. What it’s about: Melinda looks into a 1979 murder trial prosecuted by her father, hoping to find a connection to his disappearance.
By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Gov. Bill Richardson’s weekend criticism of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld will not scar the search for a new mission at Cannon Air Force Base, according to staunch Cannon advocate and Clovis banker Randy Harris. Richardson, interviewed on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” said there is “deep frustration” within the military, […]
Editor’s note: World War II officially ended Sept. 2, 1945, when the Japanese signed surrender terms. We’re honoring the war’s area veterans over the next several months with these brief profiles. Cecil Bunch Date of birth: Dec. 19, 1923 Dates of Service: 1944 to 1946 Hometown: Lindsay, Oklahoma Theater and location of service: Pacific Branch: […]
William “Bill” Howard Date of birth: May 14, 1924 Dates of service: 1943 to 1945 Hometown: Clovis Lives in: Clovis Theater and location of service: Pacific: Hawaiian Islands Branch: Navy CBs (Construction Battalion) Rank: Machinist Mate 3rd Class Unit: 575 Construction Battalion In his words: Stationed in the Hawaiian islands, Howard lost his taste for […]
By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — While Hillary Boerio of Portales was singing “Amazing Graze” at the downtown square, there were interviews being conducted for “The Amazing Race” CBS show at Big Valley Auto. The Portales Fire Department held a water cannon competition to go with the Christian music, water volleyball, balloons and snow […]
CNJ staff CBS News fired three executives and one other employee Monday, after releasing the results of an independent investigation of the network’s airing of a debunked story critical of President George W. Bush’s National Guard service. It wasn’t just the story that proved fateful for the network, but its poor handling of criticisms that […]
By David Bauder NEW YORK — Four CBS News staffers were fired Monday following the release of an independent investigation involving a Portales native’s release of documents to the broadcast news organization this fall. The investigation said a “myopic zeal” led to the airing of a discredited story about President Bush’s military service, and that […]
By Steve Chapman We can all remember, with shock, the first time we caught sight of a bare breast on network television. It happened just eight months ago, during the Super Bowl halftime show, when singer Justin Timberlake yanked down Janet Jackson’s top and exposed, for a fleeting instant, an item of flesh never before […]
Mona Charen Though some have dubbed the Dan Rather docugate story a distraction from the real issues of campaign 2004, I would argue that, in some ways, the episode illuminates those issues. For more than 30 years, John Kerry has been vaulting back and forth over the Vietnam fence — believing the war was his […]
By Mike Linn: CNJ news editor The man at the center of CBS’ reports questioning President Bush’s National Guard service is a native of Portales. Bill Burkett of Baird, Texas, near Abilene, graduated from Portales High School in 1967 and was student-body president at Eastern New Mexico University in 1970-71. Burkett also served as commander […]
By Mike Linn A Portales woman will grab the attention of millions nationwide next week. That’s thanks to a dart, a map and a phone book. Marilyn Buchanan, a 55-year-old teacher, is scheduled to appear on The Early Show’s “Everybody Has A Story,” a CBS feature that runs about twice a month. CBS reporter Steve […]