Local teens worried about license changes

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Antonio Martinez said he looks forward to getting his driver’s license when he turns 16 years old. But Gov. Bill Richardson’s new education initiatives has the Marshall Middle School seventh-grader worried he might have to wait a little longer to get it. Starting next school year, New Mexico eighth-graders […]

Wide receivers competing for looks

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Count wide receiver Justin Campos among those excited about Eastern New Mexico University’s new wide-open approach on offense. Campos knows there will be competition at his position, especially when new recruits get into camp in August. For now, though, he couldn’t be much happier. “I’m loving it,” […]

Earl goes to the doctor

Looks like Earl will be ignoring his doctor’s advice. The daily comic can be found under “More features” below or at this link: http://www.cnjonline.com/sections/editors-notebook/earl/ • • • Have you participated in our Web poll lately? To access it, click on “More features” below or follow the link:

Clinton threat to core principles of freedom, liberty

Freedom New Mexico Despite polls showing Barack Obama surging, and despite his surprise victory in several states on Super Tuesday, Hillary Clinton on Tuesday widened her lead and apparently strengthened her grip on the Democratic Party’s nomination for president. Thanks largely to a sizable win in California, Clinton more than off-set smaller state wins by […]

What does God see when he looks at you?

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist What do you think God sees when he looks at you? I didn’t ask what you think others see. I didn’t ask what you think you see when you look at yourself, but it’s an interesting question. We tend toward extremes. We might as well admit it. Most of […]