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Articles from the February 22, 2012 edition

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Vixens turn back Lady Longhorns

FORT SUMNER — Senior guard G. A. Tucker scored 16 points and added six rebounds, five steals and three blocks Tuesday night as Fort Sumner beat Logan 48-38 in the District 8-1A girls tournament....

 

Lawmakers finally make hay in lifting restrictions

Government legislation seldom accomplishes its stated intention. But one bill approved by New Mexico lawmakers this week is certain to make things better for us all — because it relaxes...

 

Vixens turn back Lady Longhorns

CMI staff FORT SUMNER — Senior guard G. A. Tucker scored 16 points and added six rebounds, five steals and three blocks Tuesday night as Fort Sumner beat Logan 48-38 in the District 8-1A girls...

 

Fishing report- Feb. 22

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary... Full story

 

Fishing report—

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary...

 

Lawmakers pleased with budget, less so with other issues

The good: Tax breaks for energy superstation Tres Amigas. The bad: No driver's license or education reform. The ugly: "The leadership (state Legislature) knows how to use procedure to get what they...

 

Lawmakers pleased with budget, less so with other issues

Robin Fornoff The good: Tax breaks for energy superstation Tres Amigas. The bad: No driver’s license or education reform. The ugly: “The leadership (state Legislature) knows how to use procedure... Full story

 

No excuse for not staying in touch

It's hard to keep up with old friends and former coworkers. They promised me email, Facebook and cell phones would change all that. Eventually we find out that people change email addresses for one re...

 

Sen. Harden announces plans to retire

Kevin Wilson State Senator Clint Harden, R-Clovis, has announced he will not seek a fourth term and plans to retire following 10 years in the state Legislature. “It’s something I’ve been...

 

No excuse for not staying in touch

It’s hard to keep up with old friends and former coworkers. They promised me email, Facebook and cell phones would change all that. Eventually we find out that people change email addresses for one... Full story

 

Sen. Harden announces plans to retire

State Senator Clint Harden, R-Clovis, has announced he will not seek a fourth term and plans to retire following 10 years in the state Legislature. "It's something I've been thinking about during the...

 

Rattlers edge Lions

QCS senior writer A last-second turnover by the Santa Rosa Lions clinched a 45-42 win for the Tucumcari Rattlers Tuesday night at the Snake Pit. With less than 10 seconds left in the District 4-2A... Full story

 

Lawmakers finally make hay in lifting restrictions

Government legislation seldom accomplishes its stated intention. But one bill approved by New Mexico lawmakers this week is certain to make things better for us all — because it relaxes government...

 

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