Crash witness amazed to find survivors

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer Bryan Kos was planting wheat north of Melrose when the sounds of a low-flying helicopter caught his attention late Monday morning. As he watched, the chopper flew past him before crashing into a nearby maize field, he said. Jumping from his tractor and running toward the cloud of dust […]

Press needs to get priorities straight

By M ona Charen: Syndicated columnist There are few less edifying sights than Terry McAuliffe in full battle cry. But alas there was no avoiding him after the Cheney hunting accident. There he was demanding to know why the vice president waited 22 hours before informing the press and shouting that if Al Gore had […]

Tucumcari First Baptist Church celebrates its 100th birthday

By TV Hagenah Tucumcari’s second oldest protestant church commemorated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the church the evening of Jan. 4 with a birthday cake, balloons, a room full of people, entertainment and a singing of “Happy Birthday” to the church. “I think it is wonderful,” said First Baptist Church associate pastor David […]