Local color shows in sayings

Karl Terry My wife thinks I just like to embarrass her in public but it’s probably just the way I was raised. We were out of town in a restaurant recently and while we waited on our food I was busy looking around at all the vintage decorations. You know the type popular in restaurants […]

Good shows should tell stories

By Clyde Davis: FNM columnist Ever seen “Whale Wars”? No? Normally, as regular readers of this column know, I have very low tolerance for reality TV, but there have been a few recent and notable exceptions, of which “Whale Wars” is one. That and a few of the others are the subject of this column. […]

KICA had popular shows

By Don McAlavy: FNM columnist KICA Mutual Broadcasting System – 1946-1949 We sincerely believe that the 22 members of the KICA staff made a real effort to do a job for the radio listeners in West Texas and eastern New Mexico. C. J. Todd, KICA’s Farm Director, arrives each morning for the 15 minute 6:30 […]

Thursday morning briefing: Cannon shows off and our worst street/road

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Video of the day Cannon Air Force Base opens up its doors with a full fledged media show of technology and might…it’s our video of the day. Did you know? In the 2007 agriculture census, Roosevelt County had 876 farms, according to the 2008 […]

How the flu travels

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An illustration that shows how the flu travels and how it can be transmitted. Freedom New Mexico Here is an illustration that shows how the flu virus travels and how it can be transmitted in your workspace or enviroment.

Look into ancestry shows immigrant history

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist Geneaology, to me, is a fascinating sublect, so long as someone else is doing it. We’ve never known much about my dad’s side of the family, particularly his mother’s side. My mom’s roots lie in a culture where oral tradition, at least until the mid 20th century, was pretty reliable, […]

Review shows area government officials’ spending

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo A Freedom New Mexico review of six area government leaders showed their taxpayer-funded expenses total about $19,000 from June 1, 2008, to the first week of May. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Curry County Manager Lance Pyle has spent more than $1,700 dining at local restaurants, while Portales City […]

June 7 On the Shelves

Why Him? Why Her? Finding Real Love by Understanding your Personality Type by Helen Fisher explores four major personality types, shows how to identify your own, explains why some types match up well, and reveals how to use nature’s chemistry to find and keep your life partner. Three Weeks to Say Goodbye by C.J. Box […]

Ruling victory for gun-right advocates

A recent decision in the liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals actually advances the constitutional concept of an individual right to gun ownership even as the judges upheld an Alameda County, Calif., decision to ban gun shows from county property. The decision is a mixed bag, but the case shows the degree to which […]

Boundaries needed for true freedom

By Judy Brandon: CNJ religion columnist Think about it: daytime talk shows can be really offensive. The very strange and weird is more the ordinary or normal on these shows. For some of these shows, producers and hosts all connive to parade guests that boast about deceitful and immoral living. The audience usually applauds when […]