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Articles from the November 2, 2011 edition

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Freedom sells TV stations

Mary Ann Milbourn IRVINE, Calif. — Freedom Communications Inc. has agreed to sell its television division to Maryland-based Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. It’s a $385 million deal that will leave the company and its newspapers free of debt,...

 

Freedom limits, not population world’s problem

United Nations demographers estimate that the world’s population has reached 7 billion; it hit 6 billion just 12 years ago. Almost all commentators said this milestone was a bad thing. Worried the Center for Biological Diversity, an ecology group,...

 

Press release: One killed in crash

(From Curry County Sheriff’s Department) On November 1, 2011 at approximately 10:40 PM, Curry County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to US 60/84, in the area of mile marker 385, regarding a motor vehicle crash with injuries....

 

Referendums give citizens voice

In an Oct. 25 CNJ article on the city charter commission, the CNJ quoted Commissioner Fred Van Soelen as saying that negative referendums cost the taxpayers too much money so it should be harder to have one. However, that is just plain wrong. If you...

 

Father’s advice still useful today

Editor’s note: This is Glenda Price’s final column which usually runs on Friday . “Heard Around the Supper Table” is being retired, so in this last column I’ve decided to share my cowboy father’s advice, written to me in my autograph...

 

Freedom limits, not population world’s problem

United Nations demographers estimate that the world’s population has reached 7 billion; it hit 6 billion just 12 years ago. Almost all commentators said this milestone was a bad thing. Worried the Center for Biological Diversity, an ecology group,...

 

Letter to the editor: Referendums give citizens voice

In an Oct. 25 CNJ article on the city charter commission, the CNJ quoted Commissioner Fred Van Soelen as saying that negative referendums cost the taxpayers too much money so it should be harder to have one. However, that is just plain wrong. If you...

 

Father’s advice still useful today

Editor’s note: This is Glenda Price’s final column which usually runs on Friday . “Heard Around the Supper Table” is being retired, so in this last column I’ve decided to share my cowboy father’s advice, written to me in my autograph...

 

Thursday morning briefing: A free concert, big Melrose bash and a Soviet space dog

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Free concert Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is hosting a special concert by Irish pianist Peter Mack at 7:30 p.m. on Friday in Buchanan Hall in the Music Building....

 

My turn: Church's turkey day meal raises spirits in community

Today is the 58th year the First United Methodist Church in Portales has offered its annual “Turkey Day” to our area. The numbers are impressive. Last year, 1,855 people lined up to eat 46 turkeys, 84 gallons of green beans, 26 roasters of...

 

Thursday morning briefing: A free concert, big Melrose bash and a Soviet space dog

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Free concert Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is hosting a special concert by Irish pianist Peter Mack at 7:30 p.m. on Friday in Buchanan Hall in the Music Building....

 

Texico woman charged with assaulting police officer

CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks A Texico woman shot by police in a confrontation similar to one that cost her brother his life has been charged with assaulting a police officer. Robin Fornoff A Texico woman shot by police after calling for help has...

 

Officials: Economic recovery may take two years

Economic improvement for the U.S. and New Mexico is moving at a slow rate and isn’t expected to pick up any speed in the new year, according to officials from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Three Federal Reserve officials visited Eastern New...

 

Fishing report — Nov. 3

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

 

Texico shooting victim charged with assaulting officer

Robin Fornoff A Texico woman shot by police after calling for help has been charged with assaulting a police officer. Lisa Salguero, 31, is accused of trying to toss bleach into Texico Officer Richard Peterson’s face Aug. 21 during a confrontation...

 

Clovis man dies in crash

A 26-year-old Clovis man died Tuesday night after the vehicle he was riding in was forced off U.S. 60-84 by another vehicle, according to the Curry County Sheriff's Office. Brandon Vann was a passenger in a 1995 green Ford Explorer traveling west on...

 

Clovis man dies when vehicle forced off road

A 26-year-old Clovis man died Tuesday night after the vehicle he was riding in may have been forced off U.S. 60-84 by another vehicle, according to the Curry County Sheriff's Office. Brandon Vann was a passenger in a 1995 green Ford Explorer...

 

Education column: Schools commemorating Veterans Day

According to an official website, “on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 an armistice between Germany and the Allied nations came into effect.” It was the following year that Armistice Day, (changed in 1954 to “Veterans...

 

Education digest —

Clovis students selected for choirs Students from the Clovis High School Freshman Academy, Marshall and Yucca Middle Schools, and Mesa Elementary were selected for the 2012 New Mexico Youth and Elementary All-State Honor Choirs, according to a news...

 

Ticket feature: New York-based quartet performing at ENMU

Courtesy photo Eastern New Mexico University will be hosting a free New York Polyphony concert 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Buchanan Hall of the Music Building. Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University will be hosting a free concert by a New...

 

Ticket feature: New York-based quartet performing at ENMU

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University will be hosting a free concert by a New York-based quartet 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Buchanan Hall of the Music Building. The New York Polyphony has performed throughout the United States and Europe. NYP...

 

Officials: Economic improvement will be slow-paced

Freedom New Mexico: Alisa Boswell Thomas Siems, director of economic outreach for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, talks to Eastern New Mexico University faculty and students and community members about economy Wednesday afternoon at the...

 

Man sentenced to 10 years for burglaries

A Clovis man police say they linked to more than a half dozen burglaries was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison, according to a release from District Attorney Matt Chandler. Police said they caught Floyd Pete Gutierrez, 40, in the act of...

 

Crockett looking for breakout season

Texas Tech media relations Clovis' Jaye Crockett averaged five points a game for Texas Tech last season as a freshman. KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jaye Crockett has to hear the excruciating reminders every day. The sophomore forward, one of Texas...

 

NMSU overwhelms Hounds

Freedom New Mexico LAS CRUCES — New Mexico State took no mercy Wednesday on a short-handed Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, blowing out the Greyhounds 115-64 Wednesday in an exhibition game. Western Athletic Conference...

 

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