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Articles from the September 2, 2006 edition

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Day Trip: Silent Wings Museum

Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock is dedicated to the World War II experience from the perspective of the glider pilots who flew in every major invasion of that war. The focal piece of the museum is a restored WACO CG-4A glider, according to the museum...

 

Cats adjust to loss of receiver

Clovis High junior Barret Stewart is brought down after catching a pass for a 7-yard gain during the second quarter of the Wildcats’ 34-14 victory over Eldorado on Friday night in Albuquerque. (CNJ correspondent: Niock Lyamn) ALBUQUERQUE — Ever...

 

Two die in county road crash

Two children died late Saturday afternoon in an two-vehicle accident along the intersection of Curry County Road 10 and Curry County Road G, according to the Curry County Sheriff’s Office. Joe Gutierrez, 33, of Clovis, was driving a 1996 Chevy Lumi... Full story

 

Mules lead Rams when game called

BLACKWATER DRAW — Mother Nature did what the Portales defense couldn’t do Friday night: Stop the Muleshoe aerial attack. With just under two minutes remaining in the first half, and with the Mules leading Portales 20-0, the Rams home opener was c... Full story

 

Q & A: Lance Pyle's days packed with challenges

Lance Pyle was elected mayor of Melrose in March and is assistant Curry County manager, responsible for the indigent health care functions, human resources and risk management. Born in Muleshoe, he earned an associate’s degree at Clovis Community C...

 

Holly-lujah

Sonny West will be playing at the Clovis Musical Festival. West wrote the Buddy Holly’s classic hit songs “Oh Boy” and “Rave On.” File photo The spirit of rock ‘n’ roll will be resurrected at the upcoming Clovis Music Festival. Artists...

 

Three years, little progress in Tucker case

It was a late Thursday night when sheriff’s deputies were called — a Clovis man was found by his family, shot to death at the business he owned. Three years later investigators still don’t know...

 

Solar system's ninth planet deserves better

Things were looking so good for Pluto a couple of weeks ago. Scientists meeting in the Czech Republic voted to admit three more heavenly bodies to the family of “planets” orbiting our sun. This pragmatic Planet Definition Committee only submits...

 

Adolescent love not just playing field

In the movie “Love Actually,” a widowed father, played by Liam Neeson, asks his morose grade-school son what’s bothering him. Is it his mother’s death? Problems at school? Bullies? “You really want to know?” answers the boy. “Well,...

 

Letter to the Editor: Reader: Wal-Mart exploits communities

Once again Glenda Bly is spewing forth her rantings without doing her homework. I would like to clear up the misinformation she gave in last Sunday’s letter to the editor regarding Bill Richardson and Wal-Mart. Americans want good jobs, affordable...

 

Prep football roundup

Cass Dimitroff sparks Foxes CARRIZOZO — Cass Dimitroff ran for 195 yards four touchdowns and threw for another score as the visiting Fort Sumner Foxes defeated the host Grizzlies 38-26. Dimitroff ran for got TDs of 28, 25, 14, and 2 yards for the...

 

Wildcats rev up running game

ALBUQUERQUE — Eldorado threw the first shot Friday night, but the Eagles couldn’t withstand Clovis High’s counterpunch. Senior running back Brian Mead rushed for 203 yards on 29 carries and scored four touchdowns and junior Manuel Robles added... Full story

 

Mules test Portales pass defense

Portales senior Hunter Rackler catches the ball over Muleshoe junior Dusty Clayton Friday at Greyhound Stadium. (Staff photo: Andy DeLisle) BLACKWATER DRAW — Mother Nature did what the Portales defense couldn’t do Friday night: Stop the Muleshoe...

 

Valley Christian leads Clovis Christian when game called

Clovis Christian defenders Luke Ware, left, and Vince Bowers pressure Valley Christian quarterback Logan Rader in Friday’s game. (Staff photo: Tony Bullocks) Before nature forced the cancellation of the game with lightning and possible tornadic act...

 

Learning your ABZ's

[email protected] He swings the door open to reveal an immaculate room. Not a crumb on the carpet, not a stain on the nightstand, not a wrinkle on the floral bedspread. Makes sense. After all, this is a laboratory. Bryan Ellis is a... Full story

 

Learning your ABZ's

CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisle Sleep therapist Bryan Ellis says sleeping disorders are underdiagnosed. By Marlena Hartz [email protected] He swings the door open to reveal an immaculate room. Not a crumb on the carpet, not a stain on the...

 

Sleep positions show personality

The position a person sleeps in can reveal aspects of personality, according to one study. Six common sleeping positions were analyzed in a 2003 study by Chris Idzikowski, the director of the Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service. The Clovis News... Full story

 

Sleep positions show personality

CNJ Illustration: Andy DeLisle A study of sleeping positions found the most common to be the fetus. The position a person sleeps in can reveal aspects of personality, according to one study. Six common sleeping positions were analyzed in a 2003...

 

Day Trip: Silent Wings Museum

Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock is dedicated to the World War II experience from the perspective of the glider pilots who flew in every major invasion of that war. The focal piece of the museum is a restored WACO CG-4A glider, according to the museum...

 

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