Thursday morning briefing: Star gazing, music acts and defending a pardon

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Star gazing Star gazer Sheila Behr of Portales tells us that this week anyone can look up in the sky and see the closest supernova to earth in the last 25 years. All you need are a pair of at least 20×80 binoculars. Supernovas […]

Education column: Art applies skills from other subjects

Gazing up at clouds in the sky and imagining shapes or animals: That’s what drew Alexa Pickel to art. An art teacher at Clovis High School for the last seventeen years, she teaches upper division two-dimensional fine arts, such as drawing, painting, and calligraphy. Brain research has shown that arts education contributes to strengthening problem-solving […]

Thursday morning briefing: Fresh burritos, lemonade and star gazing

Good morning. It’s the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Rummage for a cause LaCasa Senior Center in Clovis is having a rummage sale. Starts at 8 a.m. Friday. Not only lots of good junk to rummage through and possibly buy — there will also be fresh bean or potato burritos on sale for $1 each. […]