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Articles from the January 31, 2015 edition

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ENMU BRIEFS: Hounds select men's soccer coach

PORTALES — Paul Tate has been chosen the new men’s soccer coach at Eastern New Mexico University. Tate is the fifth coach in the 12-year history of the program. He replaces Tyler Hart, who served as the interim head coach last fall. “Paul Tate...

 

ENMU briefs — Jan. 31

TATE NAMED ENMU MEN’S SOCCER COACH: Paul Tate has been chosen the new men’s soccer coach at Eastern New Mexico University. Tate is the fifth coach in the 12-year history of the program. He replaces Tyler Hart, who served as the interim head...

 

There's room for beliefs between superstition, folklore

Local columnist link Clyde Davis I grew up there — well, not very far from there. I was never really sure where Punxsutawney was, as a small child, any more than I was sure how to spell it. To the...

 

School menus — Feb. 1

Clovis elementary Monday: Breakfast - Breakfast pizza. Lunch - Chicken & pasta, steamed broccoli & carrots, delicious apple. Tuesday: Breakfast - Banana bread. Lunch - Sloppy Joe on a bun, tater tots, green peas, tomatoes with ranch dressing,...

 

School menus — Feb. 1

Clovis elementary Monday: Breakfast - Breakfast pizza. Lunch - Chicken & pasta, steamed broccoli & carrots, delicious apple. Tuesday: Breakfast - Banana bread. Lunch - Sloppy Joe on a bun, tater tots, green peas, tomatoes with ranch dressing,... Full story

 

Slimming tips on upcoming show

Creative Living link Sheryl Borden Information on texturizing fabric, dressing for a slimmer look, and making fringe flowers by machine will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday... Full story

 

Slimming tips on upcoming show

Creative Living link Sheryl Borden Information on texturizing fabric, dressing for a slimmer look, and making fringe flowers by machine will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday...

 

On the shelves — Feb. 1

Clovis-Carver Public Library The following two books were given by Connie Harrison in memory of Janet Parker: A Year in the Life of Downton Abbey: Seasonal Celebrations, Traditions, and Recipes by Jessica Fellowes explores the seasonal events of the... Full story

 

On the shelves — Feb. 1

Clovis-Carver Public Library The following two books were given by Connie Harrison in memory of Janet Parker: A Year in the Life of Downton Abbey: Seasonal Celebrations, Traditions, and Recipes by Jessica Fellowes explores the seasonal events of the...

 

Club notes — Feb. 1

Encanto Garden Club Encanto Garden Club held their annual Christmas Party at the home of President Jacque Wuest on Dec. 17. A great brunch was served to nine members followed by gift exchanges and a short business meeting at which it was announced...

 

Club notes — Feb. 1

Encanto Garden Club Encanto Garden Club held their annual Christmas Party at the home of President Jacque Wuest on Dec. 17. A great brunch was served to nine members followed by gift exchanges and a short business meeting at which it was announced...

 

Fried chicken a dinner staple in our house

link Karl Terry Local columnist If I told you that growing up I ate a lot of fried chicken that would probably be an understatement. We actually ate a whole lot of fried chicken. Our noon meal on the...

 

Helping the mission

Janet Day was born in Petersburg, Virginia. She married Brian Day on June 27, 1970 in Alexandria, Virginia. Her husband was stationed at Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California when they... Full story

 

Helping the mission

Janet Day was born in Petersburg, Virginia. She married Brian Day on June 27, 1970 in Alexandria, Virginia. Her husband was stationed at Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, California when they... Full story

 

There's room for beliefs between folklore, superstition

Local columnist link Clyde Davis I grew up there — well, not very far from there. I was never really sure where Punxsutawney was, as a small child, any more than I was sure how to spell it. To the...

 

MainStreet responsible for results

Publisher link Robert Arrowsmith An open letter to New Mexico MainStreet: As much as I dislike saying this, you put yourself in this position. For those of you that do not know, this week the...

 

What's Happening — Feb. 1

Tuesday Civil Aviation Board meeting — 5:30 p.m., Clovis Airport. Information: 575-769-7828 Wednesday Toddler Time — 10 a.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library. Information: 575-769-7840 Clovis Chamber Ambassador meeting — 11:30 a.m., Clovis/Curry...

 

MainStreet responsible for results

Publisher link Robert Arrowsmith An open letter to New Mexico MainStreet: As much as I dislike saying this, you put yourself in this position. For those of you that do not know, this week the...

 

Friday area prep summaries — Jan. 30

BOYS District 4-3A Loving 88, Texico 83 Texico (10-9, 0-1) — Rodrick Dean 20, Tanner Dickerman 6, Brannon Karger 32, Juan Estrada 2, Jonah Tuls 4, Braden Freeze 10, Mason Golden 2, Nathan Phipps 7. Totals 29 18-28 83. Loving (15-2, 1-0) — Joel...

 

Police blotter/Jail Log — Feb. 1

Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations. Thursday: • 3:19 a.m.: Shoplifting report, 700 block of East First Street. • 8:12 a.m.: Motor vehicle accident without...

 

Friends free Fluffy the white rabbit

Local columnist link Wendel Sloan This is an original children’s story for your youngsters: Fluffy was a huge white rabbit as big as a kangaroo. He lived in a golden meadow, with a carrot patch in...

 

Friends free Fluffy the white rabbit

Local columnist link Wendel Sloan This is an original children’s story for your youngsters: Fluffy was a huge white rabbit as big as a kangaroo. He lived in a golden meadow, with a carrot patch in...

 

Pages Past — Feb. 1

On this date … 1969: 1969: Clovis native Charles Guthals was a candidate for Clovis’ school board. The father of three had a bachelor of science degree from Eastern New Mexico University. “Please give me your support,” he asked in a paid poli...

 

Roch proposal benefits state's sober workers

If employees show up to work drunk or high, then get hurt or worse, should they or their survivors still get 90 percent of the workers’ compensation benefits to which they normally would be entitled? Because right now in New Mexico they can and...

 

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