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Articles from the November 21, 2011 edition

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Full privatization of GM cannot come soon enough

The U.S. government shouldn’t be playing the stock market with Americans’ tax money. But that’s what it did in 2009 when it bailed out General Motors and Chrysler, which, combined, received $85 billion from the Bush and Obama administrations....

 

"Grouches' sign will be replaced

“Welcome to Portales. Home of 12,000 friendly people and three or four old grouches” is the slogan on a sign that greeted travelers entering the north end of Portales for more than 30 years. Toppled by a wayward truck almost three weeks ago, the... Full story

 

It's their job: Rusty Lewis

Rusty Lewis cuts metal during his workday Monday afternoon at Eastern Equipment and Supply. Lewis is a sales representative for Eastern Equipment and has worked for the business for a year and four months. His duties include helping customers,...

 

School news — Nov. 22

Elida Sports Tuesday: Basketball — at Lake Arthur, 8th grade Boys and girls, JV girls, varsity boys, 3 p.m. Holiday Thanksgiving recess starts Wednesday. School will resume Monday.... Full story

 

Mayor: $18,000 raised at charity ball

FNM Correspondent: Liliana Castillo Clovis and Curry County Chamber of Commerce president Raymond Mondragon displays a quilt during the live auction Saturday at the fourth annual Mayor's Ball held at the Clovis Civic Center. The quilt was donated by... Full story

 

Sutton's Bakery closing

Benna Sayyed One of Clovis’ oldest businesses is about to close. Frank Simmonds, who’s owned Sutton’s Bakery since 1971 and worked there since it opened in 1946, said he is about to retire. While he would not give a date for closing, employees...

 

Report: Commissioner may have created hostile work environment

Robin Fornoff A private consultant has concluded Curry County Commissioner Dan Stoddard may have created a hostile work environment for county employees in his treatment of County Manager Lance Pyle. The consultant’s report, obtained Monday by the...

 

Fifth jail employee facing termination

Another Curry County jail employee was notified Monday they are facing termination, according to County Manager Lance Pyle. The employee is the fifth to face being fired since the Nov. 13 escape of inmate Narcizo Soto Jr., 35. A sergeant was fired...

 

Tuesday morning briefing: Free dinner, free music and the Kennedy assassination

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Free dinners Two free Thanksgiving dinners available in the region Thursday. In Clovis, the Lighthouse Misson’s annual citywide Thanksgiving banquet is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.... Full story

 

Tuesday morning briefing: Free dinner, free music and the Kennedy assassination

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Free dinners Two free Thanksgiving dinners available in the region Thursday. In Clovis, the Lighthouse Misson’s annual citywide Thanksgiving banquet is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m....

 

My turn: Family get-togethers memorable

With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, my family, like many others is preparing for a get-together. We are pretty good at having get-togethers. Sometimes they are picnics, sometimes elaborate meals and sometimes just impromptu gatherings. My...

 

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