Sweet Home New Mexico: Childhood passes by in blink of an eye

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My six-year-old son is the youngest child in the first grade at his school. He has an early September birthday, missing the cut-off for kindergarten by just six days. Because of that, my husband and I sent him to private school for kindergarten, as we felt he was beyond ready. While we know it was […]

Prevention key to fighting H1N1 virus

By Anita Tedaldi: Cannon Connections columnist All of our children have had H1N1 virus this past week. For some of them it was a particularly virulent form, with fevers over 105 F and a lot of worrying on our part. The pediatrician prescribed our youngest daughter, who is a little older than a year, Tamiflu, […]

Killer’s family: ‘He was a good kid’

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Hesiquia Ramirez says her brotherAlbert was an honor roll student as a small child. “He was a good kid,” she said, as she flipped through photo albums filled with keepsakes from her brother’s childhood. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer They watched helpless as the youngest child in the family […]

Abdill Club Notes

The Greathouse clans held a 50th reunion at the Memorial Building in Portales July 9. There were three clans represented with 70 people attending. Following visitation and a potluck dinner, the business meeting was called to order by President Dan Greathouse. This year’s reunion was dedicated to Delores Greathouse, Robert Dunn, Renee Hull and George […]