Stevens, Johnny A.

Johnny Allen Stevens Services: No service will be held at this time. Johnny Allen Stevens, 57, of Truth or Consequences died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2004, at his home. He was born on Dec. 18, 1946, in Hot Springs, to John Lee and Dorothy Marie Martin Stevens. He was a retired meter reader for PNM Gas […]

No harm in finding truth about ‘Kid’

Letters to the Editor I recently met Lincoln County Sheriff Tom Sullivan, DeBaca County Sheriff Gary Graves and others who are involved in the investigation surrounding Billy the Kid. I love history and I love any time it gets attention, publicity and even controversy. I am so impressed that the sheriffs want to find out […]

Honesty in journalism does not require posturing

By Thomas Sowell The British Broadcasting Corporation has made itself look ridiculous by issuing orders that its reporters are not to refer to Saddam Hussein as an ex-dictator. Apparently using the word “dictator” would compromise the BBC’s neutrality and call its objectivity into question. Unfortunately, the BBC is not alone. In much of the American […]

Advocacy center driven by truth

By Eric Butler Editor’s note: This is the fifth in a series of United Way agency profiles scheduled for publication each Sunday, Wednesday and Friday through Nov. 21. The Oasis Children’s Advocacy Center in Clovis is an organization driven by the needs of more than one arm of law enforcement to interview the same child. […]

Grider, Imogene

Imogene Grider Services: Have been held. Mrs. Imogene Grider, 76, of Clovis, a telephone operator, died Saturday, June 28, 2003, at Retirement Ranch in Clovis. She was born on July 20, 1926, in Reed, Okla. She graduated from Floyd High School in 1943 and then married Glen Grider on Nov. 18, 1943. They moved to […]