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Ride raises funds for Levitow memorial

Editor's note: The Q&A was done via email and edited for style and clarity. Courtesy photo Sgt. Chase Taylor participated in a motorcycle charity ride with other members of Cannon Air Force Base in March. The charity ride was...

 

Ride raises funds for Levitow memorial

Editor's note: The Q&A was done via email and edited for style and clarity. Courtesy photo Sgt. Chase Taylor participated in a motorcycle charity ride with other members of Cannon Air Force Base in March. The charity ride was...

 

Summit focuses on veteran employment

Cannon Air Force Base Col. Buck Elton and New Mexico Department of Veteran Affairs Cabinet Secretary Timothy Hale, a previous military member, were guest speakers at the New Mexico Employer Summit on April 26 in Clovis. Alisa...

 

Summit focuses on veteran employment

Cannon Air Force Base Col. Buck Elton and New Mexico Department of Veteran Affairs Cabinet Secretary Timothy Hale, a previous military member, were guest speakers at the New Mexico Employer Summit on April 26 in Clovis. Alisa... Full story

 

Kite Karnival draws about 500

Maj. Rob Chambers is used to flying. After all, he's been a pilot for 15 years and flies Dornier-328 aircraft with the 551st Special Operations Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base....

 

Kite Karnival draws about 500

Maj. Rob Chambers is used to flying. After all, he's been a pilot for 15 years and flies Dornier-328 aircraft with the 551st Special Operations Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base....

 

CHS tennis entries bow out

ALBUQUERQUE — Clovis High's tennis season came to an end on Thursday when senior Alek Mendoza and sophomore Meera Shah were beaten in girls doubles by top-seeded Diamond Morrill and Eliana Garcia of District 4-5A rival Carlsbad... Full story

 

Hole in one logged

Weldon Killough of Clovis carded a hole in-one Tuesday on the par-3, 167-yard eighth hole at Colonial Golf Course. Killough used a 7-iron for his third career ace. Witnesses were Andy Knight, Angel Martinez, Tom Harden and Dan... Full story

 

Cats face No. 2 La Cueva

Drew Hatley knows his squad is a definite underdog. CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks First-year Clovis baseball coach Drew Hatley says his plan for this weekend's Class 5A state...

 

Sweet Home New Mexico: Retiree's generation has plenty to teach

One of my favorite things about going to the commissary and BX are watching the retired military members, some with their spouses and some that are alone, come to shop. I love to watch them peruse the aisles, taking their time,...

 

Sweet Home New Mexico: Retiree's generation has plenty to teach

One of my favorite things about going to the commissary and BX are watching the retired military members, some with their spouses and some that are alone, come to shop. I love to watch them peruse the aisles, taking their time,...

 

Hounds' Welch second at LSC track event

Eastern New Mexico University junior William Welch is second after the first day of the men's decathlon at the Lone Star Conference Track and Field Championships in Commerce, Texas. Welch, from Salinas, Calif., scored 3,635 points...

 

Hounds' Welch second at LSC track event

Eastern New Mexico University junior William Welch is second after the first day of the men's decathlon at the Lone Star Conference Track and Field Championships in Commerce, Texas. Welch, from Salinas, Calif., scored 3,635 points...

 

PHS hires Boys basketball coach

Portales stayed inside its program to find its new boys head basketball coach. Rick McBroom will succeed Mark Gallegos after serving under as six seasons as his assistant. Gallegos took over as Portales' athletic director in March...

 

PHS hires Boys basketball coach

Portales stayed inside its program to find its new boys head basketball coach. Rick McBroom will succeed Mark Gallegos after serving under as six seasons as his assistant. Gallegos took over as Portales' athletic director in March...

 

Scoping the competition

When it comes to a 16-team playoff in New Mexico, some of the higher seeds aren't often familiar with the lower ones they'll have to play in the first round. Joshua Lucero: Portales News-Tribune correspondent Portales second...

 

Religion column: God's voice can be found in silence

"Be still and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth" (Psalm 46:10, KJV). Many voices compete for our attention. The demands of employment, family obligations and other activities...

 

ENMU faculty retiring

Eastern New Mexico University will be saying goodbye to some long-term faculty members this month as they retire from higher education and move on to fishing, traveling and quality family time. Here's what retirees had to say...

 

Friday morning briefing: Cleaning up, free acting advice and Charlie Brown's father

Good morning and welcome to the Friday briefing. Cleanup time Clovis' annual Great American Cleanup picks up starting 8 a.m. Saturday at Parks and Recreation headquarters, 500 Sycamore St. A spokesman says they need lots of... Full story

 

State secretary of education tours Tucumcari Elementary

State Secretary of Education Hanna Skandera made an impromptu visit Thursday to Tucumcari Elementary School. QCS photo: Thomas Garcia New Mexico Secretary of Education Hanna... Full story

 

Portales entries bow out in state individual tennis

ALBUQUERQUE — Portales' representatives in the Class 1A-3A girls and boys individual state tennis tournament each bowed out in quarterfinal matches on Thursday at the Jerry Cline Tennis Complex. Eighth-seeded sophomore Emily... Full story

 

Their view: Senate bill good medicine for ailing Postal Service

Reed Anfinson, president of the National Newspaper Association, writes about the U.S. Postal Service dilema. Now that U.S. Senate has passed a bill, S 1789, to reform the ailing U.S. Postal Service, critics are trying to disable...

 

Clinton, LBJ mastered art of compromise

Few political observers have compared the 42nd president of the United States with the 36th. But what former President Bill Clinton intoned last week at West Texas A&M University well might have brought back memories of the late Pr... Full story

 

Self control best way to govern

Libertarianism is often described as the advocacy of maximum liberty and minimum government. The "maximum liberty" part is pretty easy to understand, once you really understand what liberty is. As long as your actions don't harm...

 

Self control best way to govern

Libertarianism is often described as the advocacy of maximum liberty and minimum government. The "maximum liberty" part is pretty easy to understand, once you really understand what liberty is. As long as your actions don't harm... Full story

 

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