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Articles from the January 1, 2013 edition

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Their view: Couple victim of state paternalism

Ben Sugg, a limited government proponent, offers this view on land rights: Federal overreach and the unending growth of Washington's power has been a real problem for decades. That may be a trite statement these days with Washington now in firm...

 

Clovis' first baby of year arrives earlier than expected

"Hi sweetheart," said Kelsey Duffield softly to the first baby of the year born in Clovis as she held her daughter, smiling with a new mother glow. Ashlyn Rose Duffield was born at 12:34 p.m. Tuesday...

 

My Turn - We are kindred spirits, friends

The approach of a new year tends to bring reflection. It also brings inspiration as people look at ways to be better and things to change. I hate when people criticize others for wanting to be better simply because it's the start of the year. I'll...

 

Public projects approaching

An $850,000 water well project is one of the main projects approaching for the City of Portales in 2013. The city will expand its water well field by seven wells in 2013 by rehabilitating seven of its long-dormant wells, which were previously used...

 

Events Calendar - Jan. 2

Thursday Portales City Council meeting — 7 p.m., regular meeting of Portales City Council. Portales City Hall. Information: 356-6662 Ongoing "Create" — CCC Juried Art Exhibition through Jan. 4, showcasing the best artwork from CCC and ENMU...

 

YEAR IN REVIEW: Rams relish baseball title

Portales has enjoyed much success in girls basketball and volleyball, its share of titles in football and, generally, bright spots in everything the high school has participated. But it wasn't until 2012 that the Rams grabbed a state championship in...

 

Editorial: Schwarzkopf epitome of US military general

For the entire first Gulf War, U.S. Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf was the face of a valiant and successful U.S. military. Schwarzkopf, who died Thursday at 78 from complications from pneumonia, commanded Operation Desert Storm, the U.S.-led coalition...

 

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