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Articles from the November 9, 2012 edition

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McGee: Difference of opinion on road kill

We get what we call "free range" TV at the Stucco Hacienda. That means we've hooked our television to an antenna and we pick up whatever channels are out there. So when we go on vacation we get to see TV shows from satellite and cable channels that... Full story


In Search of Ponies: Pets benefit from strong economy

The conclusion of the election had an edge of disappointment to it. Why no second-First Dog Mr. President? And what exactly did you mean by, "for now"? With election issues relegated to water under...


Top-ranked Coyotes wary of Hondo

Ever since Dora knocked off Lake Arthur in a midseason six-man battle of No. 1 versus No. 2, the Coyotes have become the de facto favorite to run the table to the school's first state championship. But Dora coach Mason McBee's job has been to keep...


Hounds out to prove preseason pick wrong

Andrew Helton wasn't that surprised to see his Eastern New Mexico University men's basketball team picked for last in the 10-team Lone Star Conference's preseason poll. Still, he was a bit taken... Full story


Javs seek bowl bid with win over Hounds

On the surface, not much is on the line in today's 6 p.m. Lone Star Conference regular-season football finale at Kingsville, Texas, between Eastern New Mexico University and Texas A&M-Kingsville. On second glance, though, with a win the Javelinas... Full story


Fair offers holiday gift ideas

The holidays are fast-approaching and there are many gift ideas out there, but affordable, hand-crafted items with lace and burlap are all the rage this season. If you're looking for ideas, look no further. CMI staff photo: Traci Tuttle On Thursday...


Littlefield edges Muleshoe in shootout

MULESHOE — The Muleshoe and Littlefield defenses aren't used to being pushed around like this. Friday's battle for the District 1-2A Division I championship featured 14 touchdowns and nine turnovers — with only one punt. In the end, the Wildcats...


Prep football capsules - Nov. 11

Capitan 22, Fort Sumner 8 Class 1A playoffs, first round Records: Capitan 7-3, Fort Sumner 4-6 Fast start: The Tigers scored the game's first 22 points, which included a 92-yard punt return by Tory... Full story


Air Force names 17th chief master sergeant

WASHINGTON (AFNS) -- Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Welsh III has named Chief Master Sgt. James A. Cody to serve as the 17th chief master sergeant of the Air Force. Cody will assume his new position on Feb. 1, following the Jan. 31 retirement... Full story


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