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Articles from the December 27, 2017 edition

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 By Steve Hansen    News    December 27, 2017

Artist adds to 'City of Murals'

Seamus Wray remembers that he painted his first wall mural when he was six years old. Then he got punished, but his current wall mural will bring him...

 
 By Steve Hansen    News    December 27, 2017

West end properties focus of environmental cleanup

A small army of government officials, college professors, students and local officials from as far away as Manhattan, Kansas, near Topeka, are...

 

Letter to the Editor: Trump should seek professional help

The Republican tax plan has been rushed through with no hearings, no input by affected parties, no give and take that should occur and no time to evaluate the bill by designated departments for...

 

Local roundup - Dec. 27

Nara Visa man accused of sex crimes with minor A 24-year-old Nara Visa man has been accused of 11 counts of sexual penetration of a minor age 13-16 and one count of criminal sexual contact of a minor...

 

Confirmations expensive, past their usefulness

Just in time for the holiday season, here’s the perfect example of government taking more than it gives: • In March 2017, there were 53 appointees for various state boards and commissions waiting...

 

Baffled by bitcoin; give me lotto

Holiday season financial news has been dominated by the Republicans’ tax plan and rush to bitcoins. Both leave me scratching my head. The Atlantic Monthly and Fox News agree the tax plan will mean...

 

Blessings, peace for coming new year

It’s Christmas again, and it’s time for my poem, So I’m not at my office, I’m sitting at home, And scratching my head for something to write...

 

Leaving hard-knock life worth fight

CLOVIS - Staring out from his prison cell, Nikko Nathan could see more than just metal bars. He saw two Nikkos - the Nikko he currently was, the one...

 

Rattler teams post victories at Penasco

The Tucumcari Rattlers and Lady Rattlers added victories to their records Friday in games on the road against the Penasco Panthers and Lady Panthers. The Lady Rattlers kept up their winning streak...

 

Thank God for Santa

Here’s an ear-witness account of part of a child’s bedtime prayer on Christmas night 2016: “Dear Heavenly Father, Thank you for all the presents I got today (naming each one twice). Please...

 

Water authority condemns land for pipeline

CLOVIS — Board members of the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority on Thursday unanimously condemned a section of land southwest of Clovis. The action allows officials to continue on schedule...

 

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