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Memory Lawn cemetery cannot be forgotten

On Monday, dignitaries will gather at the General Douglas L. McBride Veterans Cemetery in Roswell for a solemn Memorial Day service for veterans. Wreaths...

Let’s celebrate our heroes as well as UFOs

I normally don’t do columns because it usually ends up making people mad. My editor told me I should start writing more of them....

Western wildfires burn with surprising speed

No one wants to see more of any sort of natural disaster. Unfortunately, in recent years we’ve witnessed an increase in any number of...

NASA’s reminder that science can inspire

The fact that there are some things computers and robots do exceptionally well, far more efficiently than any human could, has for decades led...

Congressman looking for answers on UFOs

Days after my column on UFOs becoming a hot topic in Washington D.C., a congressman has written a letter to the secretary of the...

US attorney discusses partnerships, violent crime

The federal government has prosecutorial jurisdiction over major crimes committed on the state’s Indian reservations, which means the U.S. attorney’s office — working alongside...

Recognizing the importance of vigilance

Most arrests take place after a criminal act or enterprise has found its victim: Someone’s already been injured or wronged in some way and...

Complete census count key for Roswell

Every 10 years the country undertakes a data-intensive process that goes a long way toward defining us, at that point in time, as a...

Are cattle mutilations linked to second 1947 crash?

On Sept. 9, 1967, members of the King family ranch in the San Luis Valley, Colorado, found the dead body of their 3-year-old horse...

Why newspapers still connect with readers

Years ago a state lawmaker — in a state other than New Mexico — took it upon himself to try and undermine the public’s...

One thing’s for sure, spirits walk among

As a UFO investigator, I started out my adventures investigating UFO crash sites like Roswell and Aztec, New Mexico and Cape Girardeau, Missouri, but...

Tic Tacs a good choice for Halloween

Halloween is still a few days away, but there are signs all around of the ghoulish and ghastly night that lies ahead. Those early...

Disappearance of UK’s ‘spectacular’ UFO photo

Hanging on the wall near the British government’s UFO desk was what one of the men who occupied that desk called “the most spectacular...

Some history that won’t be lost

History can be easily lost. It happens all the time, for all sorts of reasons. Nature overtakes a structure that decades or centuries ago...

Debates over education policy worth having

New Mexico is not the only place where there’s currently an election on. Not coincidentally, it’s one of many places where public education —...

Seniors, go until you hear the whistle

This is for every football player that is about to start their senior year. This column is for the senior athlete that needs hope,...

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