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Articles from the January 24, 2012 edition

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My turn: Portales full of hidden gems

Christina Calloway I disagree with people who think their birthday is just another day. Birthdays have no rules. Your birthday isn’t the only day out of the year that you can treat yourself but it is nice to acknowledge just how special you are...

 

My turn: Portales full of hidden gems

I disagree with people who think their birthday is just another day. Birthdays have no rules. Your birthday isn't the only day out of the year that you can treat yourself but it is nice to acknowledge just how special you are and do what you want...

 

Number of homes, retailers growing

Roofers Treyven Terry, left, and J.R. Gonzales paper a roof in Ravenwood Estates, a new housing development on the southeast side of Portales. General Manager of HomeSpot Properties Jody Bailey said the company tries to focus on building affordable...

 

Three arrested in raid on Portales tire shop

The owner of Victor's Tire Shop and two other men were arrested Tuesday afternoon on drug charges during after police raided his shop on North Chicago Street. Victor Olguin, 50, of Portales arranged for cocaine to be delivered to his shop Tuesday...

 

Three arrested in raid on Portales tire shop

Christina Calloway The owner of Victor’s Tire Shop and two other men were arrested Tuesday afternoon on drug charges during after police raided his shop on North Chicago Street. Victor Olguin, 50, of Portales arranged for cocaine to be delivered...

 

Press release: Portales business owner arrested in drug raid

Portales, NM, January 24, 2012: Region 5 Drug Task Force Agents seize $51,000 worth of Cocaine in a Buy/Bust operation at local business. Agents from the Region 5 Drug Task Force, comprised of officers from the Clovis and Portales Police...

 

Three arrested in raid on Portales tire shop

The owner of Victor's Tire Shop and two other men were arrested Tuesday afternoon on drug charges during after police raided his shop on North Chicago Street. Victor Olguin, 50, of Portales arranged for cocaine to be delivered to his shop Tuesday...

 

Three arrested in raid on Portales tire shop

Christina Calloway The owner of Victor’s Tire Shop and two other men were arrested Tuesday afternoon on drug charges during after police raided his shop on North Chicago Street. Victor Olguin, 50, of Portales arranged for cocaine to be delivered...

 

Superintendent's contract extended

The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to extended the contract of Superintendent Terry Myers. The board added an additional year on to Myers contract which had two years remaining, and agreed to continue his...

 

Superintendent's contract extended

Benna Sayyed The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to extended the contract of Superintendent Terry Myers. The board added an additional year on to Myers contract which had two years remaining, and agreed to...

 

Number of homes, retailers growing

Slowly but surely, Portales is on its way to having more family housing, according to the December report for building permits. “We’re actually up in every category this year except roofing,” City Planning Director Sammy Standefer said....

 

Tiger's tale: A few quick facts about the zoo's latest feline resident

Sooner, a Bengal tiger, was born in a wildlife preserve in Wynnewood, Okla., in May. When he arrived in Clovis at 11 weeks old, he barely had his eyes open. Today he is thriving under the care of Mark Yannotti, assistant zoo director at Hillcrest...

 

Press release: Portales business owner arrested in drug raid

Portales, NM, January 24, 2012: Region 5 Drug Task Force Agents seize $51,000 worth of Cocaine in a Buy/Bust operation at local business. Agents from the Region 5 Drug Task Force, comprised of officers from the Clovis and Portales Police...

 

ENMU briefs - Jan. 25

Circle K Club holding dinner The Circle K Club of Eastern New Mexico University is holding a spaghetti dinner 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Friday at the Memorial Building. Club members will be serving spaghetti with meat sauce and bread, along with a vegetarian...

 

ENMU briefs — Jan. 25

Circle K Club holding dinner The Circle K Club of Eastern New Mexico University is holding a spaghetti dinner 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Friday at the Memorial Building. Club members will be serving spaghetti with meat sauce and bread, along with a vegetarian...

 

Tuesday morning briefing: School biz, Relay for life and coming up short

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Meetings watch The Clovis Municipal School Board meets at 5:30 p.m. today at the administrative offices, 1009 N. Main St. Information: 769-4300. Relay gathering There is a Relay...

 

Lujan's staff holding office hours

Congressman Ben Ray Luján's staff will hold mobile office hours throughout the district on Thursday. Staff will be at the Clovis-Carver Public Library from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. During mobile office hours, staff is available to residents who need...

 

Lujan's staff holding office hours

Congressman Ben Ray Luj...

 

Tiger's tale: A few quick facts about the zoo’s latest feline resident

CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Sooner, a Bengal tiger, was born in a wildlife preserve in Wynnewood, Okla., in May. When he arrived in Clovis at 11 weeks old, he barely had his eyes open. Today he is thriving under the care of Mark Yannotti,...

 

Court comes close but no cigar

When the Supreme Court delivered a 5-4 decision on Citizens United, changing the rules for how corporations can get involved in political campaigns, Justice Anthony Kennedy said a divided decision means that clearly, "Somebody made a mistake." So...

 

Court comes close but no cigar

When the Supreme Court delivered a 5-4 decision on Citizens United, changing the rules for how corporations can get involved in political campaigns, Justice Anthony Kennedy said a divided decision means that clearly, “Somebody made a mistake....

 

Parents should have option to pick schools

National School Choice Week started Monday, focusing attention on efforts of parents, activists, legislators, students and grass-roots networks to promote school choice programs throughout the United States. Legislators should take heed and this...

 

Parents should have option to pick schools

National School Choice Week started Monday, focusing attention on efforts of parents, activists, legislators, students and grass-roots networks to promote school choice programs throughout the United States. Legislators should take heed and this...

 

Wednesday morning briefing: High cotton and a girl's best friend

Good morning, and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Wednesday morning briefing....

 

Court comes close but no cigar

When the Supreme Court delivered a 5-4 decision on Citizens United, changing the rules for how corporations can get involved in political campaigns, Justice Anthony Kennedy said a divided decision means that clearly, "Somebody made a mistake." So...

 

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