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Articles from the July 13, 2011 edition

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Public health office opens its doors

A ribbon cutting is set for 2 p.m. Friday for the new public health office, which opened its doors June 1 next to La Casa Family Health Center in Portales. The office has been located in the same building as La Casa for the last 15 years....

 

N.M. fishing report — July 13

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish and thefishphone.com, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather...

 

Hounds sign four for track, cross country

Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Texico’s Dathan McWhorter was among four student-athletes who signed a national letter of intent recently to participate in track or cross country at Eastern New Mexico University. McWhorter won the Class 2A... Full story

 

Major school construction projects on schedule

CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo The new special education building at Marshall Middle School will be state-of-the art, said Clovis Municipal Schools Deputy Superintendent of Operations Joel Shirley, and will be surrounded by an Americans with Disab... Full story

 

Hounds sign four for track, cross country

Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Texico’s Dathan McWhorter was among four student-athletes who signed a national letter of intent recently to participate in track or cross country at Eastern New Mexico University. McWhorter won the Class 2A...

 

Matt 25 Hope Center vandalized

Courtesy photo The staff at the Matt 25 Hope Center are working to repair damage caused when vandals broke into the building Saturday night. Executive Director Steve Reshetar said there was graffiti...

 

Committee endorses golf course zoning change

CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Darwin Bailey of Clovis addresses the planning and zoning committee during its meeting Wednesday afternoon at city hall. The committee approved a zoning change that would allow for alcohol sales to continue at the... Full story

 

Area resident organizing 42 tournament in Clovis

File photo Faye Keener of Portales grabs the dominoes to shuffle with a smile after she and her teammate Beverly Winn won a game of 42 during a warm up for last year's New Mexico State 42 Tournament at the Texico Senior Center. Saturday's 42... Full story

 

Clovis man drowns in Missouri lake

A 45-year-old Clovis man died Tuesday afternoon at a lake in Missouri. John W. Matelski slid off a water slide on a dock and fell into the water at the Lake of the Ozarks, according to a report by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Matelski went... Full story

 

High Plains Junior Rodeo kicking off next week

Freedom New Mexico In its 37th year, the High Plains Junior Rodeo will kick off July 20, beginning three days of competition at the Curry County Events Center. The rodeo will feature youth ages 6-18 in action-packed competitions in barrel racing,...

 

High Plains Junior Rodeo kicking off next week

File photo The High Plains Junior Rodeo finals are set to begin July 20 at the Curry County Events Center. Freedom New Mexico In its 37th year, the High Plains Junior Rodeo will kick off July 20, beginning three days of competition at the Curry...

 

Citizen's Police Academy set for August

The 16th session of the Citizen’s Police Academy is set to begin in August. Hosted through the joint efforts of the Clovis Police Department, Curry County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police, the academy is designed to give citizens a... Full story

 

Education column: Maintaining school property more work than seems

Next in the installments describing the activities of Clovis Municipal Schools’ Operations Department during the summer months, here are some other things you might notice as you drive in and around town. As schools’ window and frame trims are be... Full story

 

Letters to the editor: Housing hindering Clovis’ growth

Housing hindering Clovis’ growth I have lived in Clovis all my life and think Clovis is a pretty neat place to be. It is so great to see the city finally moving ahead with some activities that will really help move this community forward in a... Full story

 

Not all matters can be resolved in courtroom

Freedom New Mexico Little Caylee Anthony’s cherubic face will haunt some of us for a long time. There’s nothing more tragic or riveting than the unexplained death of a child, and we all wish such tragedies could be neatly resolved with justice...

 

Some people can always complain

Sometimes I feel as if I’ve spent my whole life looking up at the sky, hoping to see rain clouds. That’s left over from being a child during the infamously drouthy 1950s I’m sure. These days I’m joined by the city folks who usually ignore...

 

My turn: Tuna salad has Southwest influence

Who says tuna salad needs mayonnaise? Inspired by recipes my parents make, I made a lighter tuna salad with a Southwestern twist ... if you can use the contrasting words “tuna” and “Southwestern” in the same sentence. Anyway, the dish can bec... Full story

 

N.M. fishing report — July 13

This fishing report, provided by the Department of Game and Fish and thefishphone.com, has been generated from the best information available from area officers, anglers, guides and local businesses. Conditions may vary as stream, lake and weather... Full story

 

Thursday morning briefing: Top teacher, the Portales band and Billy the Kid

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Top teacher Adam Quintero, a Clovis native, has been accepted to the Teach for America 2011 corps. Teach For America says it is national corps of top recent college graduates who... Full story

 

Thursday morning briefing: Top teacher, the Portales band and Billy the Kid

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Top teacher Adam Quintero, a Clovis native, has been accepted to the Teach for America 2011 corps. Teach For America says it is national corps of top recent college graduates who...

 

Listening to child builds self esteem

Today we hear a lot about self esteem as people look at a child or teen who is struggling. It seems to be a common deficiency among kids who are under-achieving or getting in trouble. What can parents do to help their child with esteem issues? Many... Full story

 

Summer learning helps keep children's minds sharp

Russell Anglin Clovis Municipal Schools teacher and mother of one, Gwyn Del Toro understands the importance of having her son Matthew hit the books before he starts kindergarten in the fall. She said Matthew has been an active library patron this... Full story

 

Help kids stay safe in the pool this summer

Niesha Lofing I've done it more than once. My two preschool-age children are happily splashing around in the wading pool just outside the screen door to our backyard when something calls me inside. A ringing phone, a buzzing oven timer, a lemonade...

 

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