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Articles from the July 5, 2003 edition

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Rodeo promoters discus events center layout

The arena floor is where you put on a rodeo — and if all the parts of the floor are there it doesn’t really matter what kind of building sits on top of it. That was the response of most of the rodeo promoters polled last week about the design...

 

Junior rodeo begins Tuesday night

Three decades of the High Plains Junior Rodeo Association comes full circle this week, as the HPJRA Finals will fill a week’s worth of activities. The rodeo, scheduled for Tuesday through Saturday at Clovis’ Curry County Mounted Patrol Arena,...

 

Clovis 14s eye nationals

Most of the players on Regina Downing’s Clovis Lady Wildcats 14-and-under basketball team are fresh off a two-day camp in Las Cruces held last week. They’re busy getting ready for an even longer trip — national AAU competition at Clarksville,...

 

Clovis woman killed in holiday car crash

A Clovis woman attending a family Fourth of July party was killed Friday night by a pickup truck fleeing police, Clovis police said. The pickup was traveling east down the 500 block of West 18th Street, which was crowded with hundreds of people who...

 

Wood, James

James Wood Services: Have been held. Mr. James “Jimmy” Wood, 75, of Portales, died Wednesday, July 2, 2003, following a traffic accident west of Muleshoe. He was born on March 16, 1928, in Ballinger, Texas, to Lucy and William Troy Wood. Mr.... Full story

 

CAFB commander grateful for support

On behalf of nearly 7,000 Cannon Air Force Base residents, I wanted to thank our local communities for their gracious treatment of your Lethal Warfighters. Specifically, I want to say thank-you to Clovis, Portales, Farwell, and Muleshoe for taking...

 

Sending U.S. troops to Liberia not best thing

In for a penny, in for a pound. Once you start justifying military intervention in other countries solely on “humanitarian” grounds divorced from even a semblance of American security interests or credible imminent threats, there is virtually no... Full story

 

Conceptual drawings of downtown include lofts, hotel restaurant

Residential lofts, a dance nightclub, a farmer’s market with an outdoor movie screen — all within a few-block radius at the south end of Main Street? It may or may not be an accurate view of the future of downtown Clovis, but it is the vision of...

 

Mother arrested when children found abandoned, malnourished

CNJ STAFF WRITER [email protected] A Clovis mother of two was arrested Saturday after police found her 8-month-old daughter abandoned, dehydrated and malnourished inside a travel trailer, police said. The baby, in critical condition... Full story

 

Stanley band moving forward

Imagine this. You have somehow gotten lucky, and have been awarded a trip to Cape Cod for a week or two. While you are driving along the coastline drive, marveling at the surf and waves, you pull into a small beachside establishment for a meal and so...

 

Brush up on your vocabulary online

Civility. Does anyone really understand what that word means anymore? Does anyone really care? If you visit: www.dictionary.com you will be presented with a good definition of the term. Rudeness just seems to abound these days. Inappropriate...

 

Baxter-Curren Kitchen Band playing music the old-fashioned way

Fern Kwasigroch and Rachel Wallace could have a tough time pawning their musical instruments. They would probably have better luck using them to make macaroni salad or Angel food. After all, Kwasigroch plays the bundt cake pan, with the help of a...

 

Clovis woman gets crushed by truck

A Clovis woman attending a family Fourth of July party was killed Friday night by a pickup truck fleeing police, according to Clovis police. The pickup was traveling east down the 500 block of West 18th Street, which was crowded with hundreds of...

 

High Plains Junior Rodeo set for this week

Three decades of the High Plains Junior Rodeo Association comes full circle this week, as the HPJRA Finals will fill a week’s worth of activities. The rodeo, scheduled for Tuesday through Saturday at Clovis’ Curry County Mounted Patrol Arena,...

 

Obits 7/6

Cora Ward, 95 Mrs. Cora Edith Ward, 95, of Clovis, a retired bookkeeper, died Friday, July 4, 2003, at Laurel Ridge Healthcare in Clovis. She was born on July 11, 1907, in Waters Park, Texas, to Reuben Benjamin and Blanche Elizabeth Dunks. Mrs. Ward...

 

Public Record July 6

Here are some recent dispositions from Portales’ magistrate court: • Amanda McLeister, 24, guilty of possession of drug paraphernalia and will serve 364 days of supervised probation. • Andrea Maxwell, 24, guilty of issuance of worthless checks...

 

Fireworks take over night sky

Royce Montgomery, 10, sat on the hill outside Eastern New Mexico University’s Greyhound Arena watching Friday night’s fireworks display. His words painted a vivid picture of the crowd’s reactions to the colors and sounds. “Gee. Hey, cool. I...

 

Personality Plus-Peggy Hahn

Name: Peggy Hahn Job: Retired teacher Age (and birth date): 72 Hometown: Portales Family: Henry Hahn What’s your idea of a perfect day? “Shopping.” What did you think about on Sept. 11? “Our country.” Tell us about your pet(s): “Two dogs...

 

Raccoons don't wash their food

Tony Gennaro The word “lotor” is part of the Latin scientific name for the raccoon; it means “the washer.” Apparently, the person who named the raccoon assumed the animal washed its food before eating it. That is what captive raccoons appear...

 

Lists

Hubert Morgan, a real estate agent and avid golfer, had this to say about one of his favorite hobbies: •“I love golf because I get to be outdoors.” •“You’re always trying to play your best game; it’s a competition with yourself.... Full story

 

Community Calendar July 6

The Portales News-Tribune offers this space for community events. To submit or change an announcement, contact the Editorial Department at 356-4481 several days in advance. For Sunday’s paper, items must be submitted by mid-day Wednesday. Please... Full story

 

Friut can jazz up ordinary bread pudding

June Crozier Towers If ordinary bread pudding is not enough, jazz it up with apples, coconut and pecans. A plain-Jane dessert suddenly becomes a star. Top it with heavy cream or vanilla ice cream, and this bread pudding becomes a real crowd-pleaser....

 

Peanuts, weight loss, topics on 'Creative Living'

Sheryl Borden Information on peanuts and weight loss, new types of pressing equipment and summertime desserts will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday (All times MDT). “Creative Living” airs on... Full story

 

Weddings

Lovorn/Bettmann Ashley J. Lovorn and Greg T. Bettmann were joined in marriage June 7 at Meson de Mesilla in Mesilla. The Rev. Betty Ferguson-Garcia performed the traditional ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Donna LaRose of Las Cruces and the... Full story

 

Births

Trayon Sam and Kim Trayon of Portales are the parents of a 6 pound, 10 ounce boy, born on May 3, 2003, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. Dakota Ray Trayon has two brothers, Samuel, 15 and Donovan, 3; and a sister, Samantha, 11. His...

 

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