Curry escapee gets 10 years

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Victor Sotelo, 26,pleaded guilty April 10 to two counts of aggravated battery, aggravated fleeing law enforcement, child abuse and escape from jail. He was sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment. CNJ staff Five days of ill-gotten freedom, combined with charges that landed him in jail in the first place, have earned one of Clovis’ eight […]

Jesus’ humble beginnings teach us all

Freedom New Mexico It looks as if those who constantly decry the commercialization of Christmas might have finally gotten their wish. Those of us who ventured out for Christmas shopping this year found the crowds strangely thin and the discounts from desperate retailers surprisingly deep. Of course, this cutback in Christmas spending — we won’t […]

Costly defense doesn’t protect ground troops

Freedom New Mexico The Government Accountability Office has issued yet another study documenting gross overspending and underproduction in Pentagon weapons systems. The GAO has been doing these studies and making recommendations for the past six years, followed by promises from the Pentagon and defense contractors to improve. But the problems have not gotten better. If […]

Hounds get another challenge

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson ENMU quarterback Michael Benton talks with running back Tim Hammett on the sidelines during the team’s Oct. 6 homecoming game at Greyhound Stadium against Angelo State. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — The challenge for the Eastern New Mexico University football team was already significant. This week, facing […]

Size doesn’t solve society’s issues

By Helena Rodriguez: CNJ staff writer My dad was talking to my 10-year-old niece, Mireya, recently about the music devices he grew up with — cassettes, reel-to-reels and eight-tracks. “And those ‘big CDs,’” Mireya remarked about the old vinyl records. This remark not only cracked me up, it got me started thinking about how so […]