Energy conservation: Preparing for cooler weather

By Caroline Ward: 27th SOCES As the weather shifts to cooler temperatures, we need to shift our focus from ways to stay cool to ways to insulate the home to reduce heat loss. Energy prices are on the rise, and as a result, heating costs will consume an increasingly larger portion of your household’s energy […]

Frontyard game made me tough

Karl Terry As the days get shorter and the nights a lot cooler it’s time to put our ball gloves aside and pick up our pigskin preoccupation. I’ve been fortunate to spend a good number of seasons on the sidelines at a high school football game even though the last time I played was in […]

Rain brings farmers relief

By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Recent rainfall has interrupted stretches of high temperatures and brought some relief to area farmers. The average high temperature in Roosevelt County has been relatively cooler the past few days, said Earl Breon, meteorological technician with the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. From June 10 through June 20, temperatures […]

Local sting operation ends with arrest of Hobbs man

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Curry County Sheriff’s Deputy Sandy Loomis leads Douglas Edens, 48, to a waiting vehicle. Edens was arrested at North Plains Mall Wednesday when he to Clovis from Hobbs to meet what he thought was a 13-year-old girl. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A Hobbs man armed with Viagra and […]