That’s when the Cavaliers fought back.
Nicklas Backstrom had an empty-netter to complete the rout.
They so need another whipping.
Respectfully, your knuckle-dragging, Bible banging, flag waving neighbor.
Ongoing until May 25
Disney’s “The Lion King jr.’” experience
Ongoing until May 30
Kid’s Connection to Aerospace
Zac Wilkerson concert at Pecos Flavors
May 25 to 27
Hike It Spike It
May 26, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
Memorial Day ceremony at cemetery
Get UP Get Movin’ Get Fit
First Friday Downtown
Libraries Rock! Summer reading program
June 1 and 2
Matthew Palmer album release party
June 2 and 3
Brynn Naylor Memorial Tennis Tournament
Totally ‘80s Night
SNL comedian Chris Kattan in Roswell
Cecilia graduated from Hondo High School in 1948, Vice-President of her graduating class, 4-H leader, 1st Hondo Valley Fiesta Queen in 1948, attended NM Highlands University in Las Vegas, NM., was a member of St Jude Parish in San Patricio, NM her whole life, she was a substitute teacher for the Hondo Valley Schools, worked at the Ruidoso Downs for 52 years before she retired. Cecilia was the kindest, most-loving soul and was the biggest cheerleader and supporter of all her grandchildren whether it was in academics or athletics. Cecilia was a contributing author for the Lincoln County Historical Book and enjoyed crochet, gardening, working with the animals they raised, listening to music and playing her piano. Very devoted Christian and patriotic with love for her family, hometown and country. She has many friends and would always give you a kind and friendly greeting.
Those left to cherish her memory are her loving husband for 69 years Ernest Booky of Hondo, NM; son Robert Booky and wife Josephine of Cloudcroft, NM; daughter Alice Velasquez and husband Leonard of Hondo, NM; sisters-in-law Lucia McTiegue Sanchez and Geneva Sanchez; grandchildren Melissa Armenta (Justin), Bernadine Booky, Lawarence Velasquez, Fatima Sanchez (Walt), Cody Booky, Isaac Velasquez and Fallon Velasquez and two great-grandchildren Logan Armenta and Drew Armenta. Also surviving her are her special friends Kathy Sanchez, Billy Joe Herrera and Justin Sanchez.
Preceded in death by grandparents Celestino and Navorcita Sanchez, Marriano Aldaz and Francisca Torrez; parents Mauro Sanchez and Antonita Aldaz Sanchez; brothers Monroe Sanchez and Ernest Sanchez; sisters Angelita Sanchez-Chavez, Nora Sanchez-McTiegue, Mary Sanchez-Torrez; son James Booky; brothers-in-law Mckinley McTeige, Ernest Torrez and Zeke Chavez.
Serving as pallbearers will be Isaac Velasquez, Lawrence Velasquez, Cody Booky, Arthur Torres, George Chavez, Billy Joe Herrera, Walt Sanchez and Justin Armenta. Honorary pallbearers, Melissa Armenta, Bernadine Booky, Fatima Sanchez, Fallon Velasquez, Drew Armenta and Logan Armenta.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Ballard Funeral Home and Crematory. An online registry can be accessed at www.ballardfuneralhome.com.
He is survived by his children: Monica, Paul Ray, Gabriel and Jeanette all of Colorado. He is also survived by his grandchildren: Tonya, Shantel, Nathan, Jenessa, Angelina, Kandra, Michael, Raymond, Audrey, Matthew. Ashley, Chelsea and Terrance. He is also survived by 13 Great grandchildren, sisters Sarah Perez, Viola Vigil and Mary Vital, brothers Felix Vigil and Robert Vigil.
A rosary will take place on Friday, May 25th at 9:30 a.m. at St. John’s Catholic Church with a mass to follow at 10:00 a.m. Burial to take place at South Park Cemetery.
Dad go and run free with the angels. Dance around the golden clouds. For the Lord has chosen you to be with him and we should feel nothing but proud.
Although he has taken you from us and our pain a lifetime will cast, your memory will never escape us, but make us glad for the time we did have.
Your face will always be hidden deep inside our hearts, each precious moment you gave us shall never, ever depart.
So go and run with the angels, as they sing so tenderly and please be sure to tell them to take good care of you for us!
Love you Dad. May you rest in peace.
Al was born in Wellman, TX, Oct. 8, 1934, the youngest of 12 siblings. At his death, he was the only surviving child.
When Al was 8, his mother died and his father moved the family to Abilene where Al attended the campus elementary school and later ACU.
He served in the Texas National Guard, spending 6 weeks of intensive study on base every summer for six years,
He married Wanda Mae Pruitt on Aug. 15, 1958. He was the proud father of son David Russell (Russ) Trigg (wife Lynn Trigg) Sumter, SC, and daughter Sara Lois Trigg of Ft. Worth, TX.
He retired from FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) in 2001, and he and Wanda moved to Roswell.
He loved his family and his large church family, choosing to always be in attendance for every activity.
Al will be greatly missed by his family and friends. His smile and gentle laughter were infectious and his children and grandchildren were the light of his life.
He is survived by his wife and son, daughter-in-law and daughter, as well as grandchildren Emily Catherine Peterson, Anna Caroline Trigg, David Michael Trigg, and Collin Trigg Davenport. Nieces and nephews too numerous to name, all of whom he loved wholeheartedly and very special friends, Leon and Karen Sims of Roswell.
Services are scheduled for Friday, May 25 at 10:00 AM at Grace Community Church, Lendell Nolan and Sean Lee officiating.
ATLANTA (AP) — Stand or stay out of sight.
Clearly, Goodell and most owners just want to put the divisive issue behind them.
York said he intended to meet with his players to discuss the change.
HOUSTON (AP) — A lack of run support during the last month didn’t worry Justin Verlander.
“Runs come and go,” he would say.
Verlander struck out nine and walked one, and his major league-leading ERA rose slightly to 1.08.
Samardzija allowed four runs, four hits and a season-high five walks in 4 2/3 innings.
Following a career-high five RBIs on Tuesday night, Kemp went 1 for 1 with a pair of walks.
He was too busy trying to get into open wheel racing.
Gordon called Allison a “rock star.”
“He was the one who was going to take NASCAR to the next level,” Gordon said.
Allison joins his father Bobby Allison in the Hall of Fame.
He called Bobby “the ultimate son.”
Warmer-than-average temperatures haven’t helped as the soil dries out and water demands increases.
Texas officials are reviewing New Mexico’s claims.
The Albuquerque meeting Tuesday was the fifth held in recent weeks at locations across the state.
The steep trail descends about 800 feet (244 meters) into the Rio Grande Gorge.
The bureau says visitors can still access the gorge area by the Little Arsenic Springs Trail.
The bureau did not specify what the potential safety concerns are or when the trail will reopen.