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Articles from the September 10, 2006 edition

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Debate fuels controversy

CNJ Staff Photo: Tony Bullocks The ethanol plant proposed at this site along U.S. Highway 60/84 as a joint venture of ConAgra and the Carlyle/Riverstone Renewable Energy Infrastructure Fund has residents concerned by its proximity to the city. Some...

 

Clovis' Baskett opens NFL career

Clovis native Hank Baskett began his NFL career Sunday with some playing time, but no receptions in the Philadelphia Eagles’ 24-10 win over the Houston Texans. Baskett was part of a four-wide-receiver formation with 11:42 remaining in the second qu...

 

NFL football: Baskett to get start today for Eagles

CNJ sports This is the big day for Hank Baskett. The 2001 Clovis High graduate is expected to make his NFL debut in the Philadelphia Eagles’ starting lineup for today’s NFL season opener at Houston, the Philadelphia Daily News reported in... Full story

 

CHS BOYS SOCCER: Cats beat Carlsbad for title

ROSWELL — Junior Luis Esparza scored early in the second half off an assist by Scott Elliott, and Clovis High’s boys made the goal stand up for a 1-0 victory over Carlsbad on Saturday night in the championship match of the Roswell tournament. In...

 

Plainview meet proves difficult for CHS harriers

PLAINVIEW, Texas — The Plainview Invitational cross country meet was a lot tougher than Clovis High coach Mark Bussen remembered last time he was there. Despite last-place finishes by all four of his teams, Bussen said he wasn’t that displeased w...

 

Dustdevils score late, beat ENMU

ENMU midfielder Andrew Perez (8) battles for the ball with Texas A&M-International's Oliver Mulamba (33) in Saturday’s men’s soccer match in Portales. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) PORTALES — It took Texas A&M-International a while to get...

 

Dallas Baptist tops Zias

DALLAS — Mandy Gomez scored twice in the second half on Saturday, rallying Dallas Baptist to a 3-2 victory over Eastern New Mexico in women’s college soccer. Trailing 1-0 midway through the first half, the Zias (3-4) got goals from freshman...

 

Eastern's slide continues

CANYON, Texas — Southeastern Oklahoma kept the Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team reeling on Saturday, sending the Zias to a 30-15, 25-30, 30-27, 30-23 setback in West Texas A&M’s Lady Buff Classic. After getting dominated in the...

 

ENMU runners finish eighth, ninth

ALBUQUERQUE — Junior Nimrod Lelei finished 12th in a field of 110 runners on Saturday as the Eastern New Mexico University men’s cross country team finished eighth out of 13 full teams in the Lobo Invitational, hosted by the University of New...

 

CHS football: Cats jump on Bears' mistakes

Clovis High’s Cade Wheeler catches a pass on a fake field goal, giving the Wildcats a first down at the La Cueva 2, during Friday’s game at Leon Williams Stadium. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) During the first half of Friday’s clash against...

 

Making music memories

CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisle Derek Stone, 11, of Portales, front right, and James LeFebvre, center, get autographs from the LA Party Dolls Saturday at the Clovis Civic Center during the Clovis Music Festival’s “meet the rockers” fanfare. Some...

 

Teaching 9/11 a challenge

The school librarian has a tradition. Each September, Charlotte Weyant pulls several books from the shelves of the James Bickley Elementary School library. One details the tragedy of Sept.11, 2001; others celebrate the city of New York. The librarian...

 

Carey's unexpected career coming to close

Raised in the small Dallas suburb of Mesquite, Texas, Bill Carey said he spent much of his youth helping with cutting, balling and delivering hay for his father’s hay business. His father was also...

 

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