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Hounds, Zias earn ties

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANTONIO — So far, Eastern New Mexico University’s soccer teams are hanging around at or near the top of the Lone Star Conference standings. On Friday, both tied with Incarnate Word to stay in contention. The ENMU men... Full story

 

Hounds eighth, Zias fifth in Cowboy Jamboree

STILLWATER, Okla. — Junior Isaiah Samoei and sophomore Adrienne Montoya led Eastern New Mexico University’s cross country teams to solid finishes on Saturday in the Cowboy Jamboree, hosted by Oklahoma State. The Greyhounds, competing in the...

 

Hounds eighth, Zias fifth in Cowboy Jamboree

Freedom New Mexico STILLWATER, Okla. — Junior Isaiah Samoei and sophomore Adrienne Montoya led Eastern New Mexico University’s cross country teams to solid finishes on Saturday in the Cowboy Jamboree, hosted by Oklahoma State. The...

 

Softball a big hit in Clovis

CNJ correspondent: Liliana Castillo Nicole Marez of the Lady Takers prepares to take a swing during Thursday night’s game against the Vipers at Guy Leeder Complex. The Clovis Softball Association sponsors leagues during the spring, summer and f...

 

Airport director asked to empty hangar

CNJ staff photo: Robin Fornoff Clovis homebuilder Bob Linn checks the oil on one of his airplanes, kept at Clovis Municipal Airport. Linn's complaint prompted City Manager Joe Thomas to order Airport Director Steve Summers to stop using a hangar to...

 

City, airport contractor dispute runway deadline

Robin Fornoff The meter is running — to the tune of $1,500 a day — as far as Clovis city officials are concerned. But the contractor building a $5.5 million runway extension at Clovis Municipal Airport doesn’t figure it that way. At...

 

Owners line up for pet blessing

CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Cleo, a Chinese pug, receives a blessing with owner Deedra Hines by Father Allen Brockmeier of the St. James Episcopal Church at Saturday's pet blessing event at Trinity Lutheran Church. Benna Sayyed Merle could hardly s... Full story

 

My turn: There's no place like home

While recently chauffeuring a friend on a trip to south Texas to interview for teaching jobs, I didn’t realize that it would be so dangerous. The first day in Killeen a would-be terrorist was arrested with bomb-making equipment for attacking Fort...

 

Residents hit street for community cleanup

Portales isn’t so trashy, as of Saturday afternoon. That’s because 105 volunteers picked up 185 30-gallon bags of trash on Saturday during a Tas No Mas community cleanup, city officials said. Deputy City Clerk Veda Urioste and City Clerk Joanne...

 

Police blotter — Oct. 2

Samplings of recent calls made to Portales law enforcement, according to police records: Monday • At 8:50 p.m., an officer was dispatched to Oklahoma Drive in reference to an auto burglary. The victim told the officer that the previous night,...

 

Our people: Living in the moment

LILIANA CASTILLO: FNM correspondent Portales resident Valerie Russ enjoys her job at Oasis State Park because she gets to work outside. Portales resident Valerie Russ enjoys working at Oasis State Park because she gets to meet new people and learn...

 

Rooney was the real deal

He’s entertained us and made us scratch our heads every week for more than 30 years. But it’s possible that’s all you got out of Andy Rooney over that time. If so, that was probably enough. Like Brett Favre, George Burns, Bob Hope and Charlie... Full story

 

Coach’s cemetery exercise misses point

Occasionally, though not very often, the inspiration from this column comes from some other piece of information which slides across the Internet. Such is the case in today’s piece. Upstate New York, where a junior varsity football coach and... Full story

 

School menus —

Clovis elementary Monday: Breakfast — Smuckers waffles. Lunch — Beefy mac, corn on the cob, chilled peaches, cookie. Tuesday: Breakfast — Bean and cheese burrito. Lunch — BBQ porky ribs on a bun, tater tots, garden salad and... Full story

 

Anniversaries —

Padilla Alfonso and Rosalia Padilla of Clovis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Sept. 30 in Albuquerque with their children. The couple was married September 23, 1961, in Clovis. Their children and spouses are Sylvia (Nick Jr.) Griego,... Full story

 

Shoutouts — Oct. 2

Family offers thanks to community When a family confronts sadness and misfortune with a gallant spirit, the family learns to live bravely and strong. For we know that sometimes the most beautiful intentions in the world cannot be seen or touched,... Full story

 

Tailoring tips featured on show

Information on making a year’s worth of jackets from one pattern, using onions as a side dish, and making vintage fabric covered-button crafts will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” on Tuesday, October 4th at 9:30 p.m. and on... Full story

 

Senior happenings —

La Casa Senior Center 1120 Cameo St., Clovis Monday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities. Tuesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities; 10:30 a.m., Indoor exercise; 1 p.m., Bingo and refreshments. Wednesday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Daily activities; 9:30 a.m., Free...

 

On the shelves —

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “The Batboy” by Mike Lupica was given by Kollye Quillin-Walker, Houston Walker, and Jim Quillin in memory of Charles Wade. In this fast-paced novel, an unlikely friendship slowly...

 

GOP candidates not ready for prime time

Freedom New Mexico The most-recent Republican presidential debate was a weary two hours of television, and not much help for any candidate. Front-running Texas Gov. Rick Perry continued his streak of appearing not ready for prime time, and...

 

Gun-toting man misses mark

Twenty thousand motorcycles were coming, but despite that vroom-vroom until two in the morning and beyond, our hip but sleepy village inspired wanderlust for brighter lights. Just my luck. Baking under the Phoenix sun, we get word Ruidoso is...

 

Possible breast cancer link to cell phones

Dr. Devra Davis, chairman of the Environmental Health Trust and author, offers this view on a possible connection between cell phones and breast cancer:...

 

GOP candidates not ready for prime time

Freedom New Mexico The most-recent Republican presidential debate was a weary two hours of television, and not much help for any candidate. Front-running Texas Gov. Rick Perry continued his streak of appearing not ready for prime time, and...

 

Hounds turn back Angelo State

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior quarterback Wes Wood ran for one touchdown and threw for two others — including the longest play from scrimmage for Eastern New Mexico University in four years — and the Greyhounds turned back Angelo... Full story

 

Hounds turn back Angelo State

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior quarterback Wes Wood ran for one touchdown and threw for two others — including the longest play from scrimmage for Eastern New Mexico University in four years — and the Greyhounds...

 

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