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Articles from the March 28, 2005 edition

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Lady Rams to host twin bill against Loving

Portales High’s Danielle Vasquez offered a pretty basic explanation on Monday of the Lady Rams’ recent success. “We have good players on this team,” the sophomore left fielder said. “Defensively we’re pretty good, and our hitting is... Full story

 

Cannon fighters taking part in joint exercise near El Paso

A Navy E-2C “Hawkeye” gets clearance to taxi Monday at Cannon Air Force Base. The plane serves as an airborne radar unit for jet fighters. (CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth) The skies over eastern New Mexico are carrying more than the rumbling F-16s t...

 

Business watchdogs approve of legislation

Now that the legislative session is over, lobbyists and business owners alike are tracking which bills the governor will sign into law and which ones he will veto. For businesses and industry associations, a mixture of tax holidays, incentives and...

 

Suspects to be tried separately in Newman case

PORTALES — Ninth Judicial District Judge Joe Parker entered a plea of not guilty and assigned a public defender to one of the two men accused of killing an elderly Portales couple. Jerry Fuller, 32, of Portales was arraigned Monday in front of Park...

 

3/29 Business Digest

Colonial Real Estate expanding The Colonial One Stop convenience store on Prince Street shut down March 18 to make way for an expansion of Colonial Real Estate. Gayla Brumfield, president of the real estate company and owner of the land, said the... Full story

 

Grandstanding politicians focus on fickle matters

Politicians, whether at the state or federal level, seldom pass up a chance to grandstand. So, just like their counterparts in Washington, D.C., made political hay by badgering baseball, Texas lawmakers seem intent on wasting time and effort on...

 

New laws can’t prevent school killings

Rain in Seattle is not news; the news is when rain fails to fall, as it has been doing lately. Likewise, what is conspicuous about the aftermath of the school shootings in Red Lake, Minn., last week was what didn’t occur — a torrent of calls for...

 

Professors silencing pro-American ideas

While Harvard’s President Larry Summers turns slowly on a spit over a faculty campfire for engaging in thoughtcrime, another Ivy League leader is dipping his toe into controversial waters. Columbia President Lee Bollinger, speaking at a New York...

 

Hendershot, Gena

Gena Hendershot Services: Have been held. Gena G. Hendershot 35, of Cheyenne, Wyo., died Saturday, March 5, 2005. She was born on May 13, 1969, in Clovis. She was a member of Lighthouse Baptist Church and worked in the toy department at Walmart.... Full story

 

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