Lynn Moncus We have arrived at that time of year during which we haven’t a clue as to what type of weather to expect from one day to the next or even from one hour to the next. We tend to be able to enjoy all seasons in one or two days and then to […]
Karl Terry With Thanksgiving on the horizon there are two things that stand between most folks and culinary perfection: finding the turkey baster and getting an accurate reading from your meat thermometer.
Hello folks just got back from a trip to Phoenix to see my father and then to Roswell to play in the 17th Sun Classic Charity, where I came in fourth at the tournament. The tournament was sponsored by the Rotary Club and a group of tremendous sponsors. Just like our upcoming 35th Breen Scholarship […]
By Ryn Gargulinski If anyone heard some howling on Thursday, I swear it wasn’t me. But it could have been any number of coyotes, demons or anything else that delights in a full moon. The full moon is especially magical for New Mexico as evidenced by the great number of Land of Enchantment souvenirs that […]