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Articles from the September 10, 2003 edition

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Cagle, C.C.

C.C. Cagle Services: Have been held. Mr. C.C. "Bud" Cagle, 91, of Clovis, a retired cost accountant, died Friday, Sept. 5, 2003, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. He was born on June 15, 1912, in Roswell, to Charles Clifton and Della Reese... Full story

 

Zias put together competitive team

Eastern New Mexico University freshman Erin Armstrong of Albuquerque advances the ball during practice on Wednesday. Photo by Lisa Sonnenschein PORTALES — They practice on a field about half the size of their game day turf, working on mental... Full story

 

Lady Cats look to build on first win

Clovis High School girls soccer head coach Larry Jones stops his watch as eighth grader Victoria Adams finishes a 2 3/4-mile run during Wednesday’s practice. Photo by Eric Kluth It was a while coming, but the Clovis High girls soccer team finally...

 

Obits 9-11

Samuel Moore, 87 Mr. Samuel Carlos Moore, 87, of Clovis, died Monday, Sept. 8, 2003, in Clovis. He was born on June 14, 1916, in Putnam County, Tenn., to Albert and Cora Ann Moore. He worked for the AT&SF Railroad for over 30 years. He was preceded...

 

Air Expo takes flight this weekend

The Portales Air Expo kicks off Friday and concludes on Sunday and Portales residents will get a chance to enjoy the high-flying activities at the Portales Airport. Organizers are hoping the turnout for this year’s event will be better than last...

 

Canadian drugs cheap, sold locally

A local pharmacy is using Canadian guidelines to sell prescription drugs at cheaper rates, an effort aimed at treating low-income patients without medical insurance. The business, Canadian RX Depot Inc., advertises savings of 20 to 90 percent on pres... Full story

 

One dead in shooting

CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth/A witness buries his head in his hands behind a state police officer at the scene of a homicide on North Prince Street north of Wal-Mart in Clovis. Clovis recorded its second homicide in five days on Tuesday night. James... Full story

 

Possible gross receipts tax looms for charities

New Mexico’s non-profit groups do not pay gross receipts taxes for commercial services or for goods sold. They’d like to keep it that way. The state’s Blue Ribbon Tax Committee meets this week to consider a series of tax proposals it will...

 

Tibute in song

Five Portales youths are singing about heroes. Courtesy photo. Helena Rodriguez A Spanish “corrido” or ballad about the second anniversary of Sept. 11 – recorded in Portales – is getting attention and airplay on area radio stations. The...

 

Public works asks for cleanup funds

Monitoring well number five at the Clovis land fill was the first well to detect levels of Perchloroethylene from the old city land fill. CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth Clovis’ Public Works Department will ask the city commission to approve spending... Full story

 

French heat wave deaths sign of social callousness

By American standards, it’s hard to fathom the tragedy that took place in France because of a heat wave. More than 10,000 people died — mostly the elderly and sickly — when temperatures reached record highs approaching triple digits and stayed...

 

Tales of 91 years in Clovis as a family

Don McAlvy Fred J. and Lou Ella McCarty were the start of a dynasty in Clovis. Fred was a railroader for the Santa Fe in Kansas. He carried a pistol at work there. He was sent to Clovis in 1912 to straighten the railroad out. That’s what his kids...

 

9/11 reminded America of its strength

Leonard Pitts Jr. Dear Osama, How have you been? How are the wives and kids? I’m just writing to let you know that I still think of you often. Mostly when I take off my shoes. That’s standard...

 

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