Not lost — on tour

Glenda Price never gets lost. But sometimes she receives a “tour bonus.”

Lubbock man charged in Portales robberies

By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico A Lubbock man was arrested in connection with the robbery of two Allsup’s Convenience Stores in Portales early Thursday morning. Police captured Santos Rodriguez, 22, hiding in the attic of a residence in an apartment complex at 109 South Avenue I, according to Portales police. He is charged with […]

Firefighters monitoring blaze at Curry County dairy

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis firefighters Nate Joy, left, and Jim Austin attempt to contain a fire Thursday at the South Pole Dairy north of Texico. The fire started in a hay barn and the wind spread the fire to a silage pit, according to Capt. Reed Wheeler of the Texico Fire CNJ staff […]

Famous artist, author among honorees

To honor the originality, beauty, imagination and multiple dimensions of women’s lives, the National Women’s History Project has chosen Women’s Art: Women’s Vision as the 2008 theme for National Women’s History Month. To ensure that a diversity of art and artists are represented, the 2008 honorees were selected based on their art, their vision, their […]

21st Special Tactics Squadron remembers fallen comrad

By 1st Lt. Amy Cooper, Air Force Special Operations Command Public Affairs POPE AIR FORCE BASE, N.C. — It was standing room only at a memorial service held here March 26 honoring a combat controller recently killed in Afghanistan.

March 28-April 3

Friday Social hour — 4:27 p.m. in the lounge at The Landing DJ — 7 p.m. at The End Zone Saturday End Zone Bar — Open 5 p.m.-midnight. Youth Center — Open recreation. 4-H cooking and photography club, Keystone Club, Image Makers, Fit Factor Sunday Jazzy Notes — Noon at The Landing. Open to all […]

Looking for a positive light in negative conditions

By Anita Doberman I can usually talk myself into seeing things in a more positive light when something doesn’t go my way. I don’t always succeed, but I put the effort in most areas of my life, except for one: my parents-in-law, and particularly my mother-in-law. I can face long trips with my five little […]

Tornado season: How to be prepared

USAF File Photo: Airman 1st Class Thomas Trower Airmen from Cannon Air Force Base assisted Clovis residents in cleanup efforts following last year’s devastating tornado on March 23, 2007. By Airman 1st Class Brittany Krupa, 27th SO Civil Engineer Squadron Violent. Devastating. Disastrous. These are a few of the powerful words used to describe the […]

Food drive a great success

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Erik Cardenas Airman 1st Class John Encomienda and Amn Natalie Mcleod, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron, stand next to two of the 12 Air Force Sergeants Association food drive boxes they built. By Janet Bresenham, Cannon Connections A recent trial community service project at Cannon Air Force Base will […]

Hantavirus risk increases in spring

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — The New Mexico Health Department announced that a 64-year-old man from Taos County died from Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) on March 6, the first case of Hantavirus in New Mexico this year. With warmer weather comes more animal activity as the animal kingdom shakes off its winter coat for springtime […]

ENMU displays Wall of Honor

The Nontraditional Student Education Services office at Eastern New Mexico University will hold a viewing of the student Wall of Honor next week at the main Portales campus, according to a news release. The ceremony will begin at 10:30 a.m. April 2 on the bottom floor of the ENMU Campus Union Building. The student Wall […]

March 27, 2008 Best Bet on TV

What: Crime 360. Where: A&E When: 8 p.m. What it’s about: A bullet-ridden body is found on the porch, with few clues except for a broken cell phone.

Bahama Bucks on the way

Gary and Jaccie Kraner e-mailed to ask about construction next to Pizza Hut on Prince Street.

Clovis fan speaks out

Clovis newcomer Clair Zarges wants to know “Are there any real Clovis fans out there?”

No, she’s not lost

Glenda Price never gets lost. Sometimes she receives a “tour bonus.”

We’re not lost — it’s a tour bonus

Glenda Price Glenda Price Sometimes in my work I have to travel. This is not down-the-highway driving. The interviewee’s instructions usually go something like this: “Get on highway such-and-such for so many miles and get off at exit number so-and-so, go “x” number of miles west and then turn south after the fourth cattle guard […]

Hounds rally for win at Highlands

CNJ staff LAS VEGAS, N.M. — It had been a while since the Eastern New Mexico University baseball team managed to beat New Mexico Highlands, and on Wednesday it looked like more of the same. The Cowboys jumped out to a 6-0 lead through two innings, but the Greyhounds got three RBIs each from Seth […]

Girls head for Hoop Shoot super-regional

CNJ staff Two local girls have come through three rounds of the Elks-sponsored Hoop Shoot free throw contest and are headed to the Dallas area this weekend for super-regional competition. Niki Cordova, a 13-year-old student at Yucca Middle School, is competing in the girls age 12-13 division while 11-year-old Carrie Sharp, a student at Bella […]

Grady gas station gone

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Red Rock Oil Co. on Monday removed its fuel pumps in Grady, leaving the northern Curry County village without a fueling station. The nearest place to buy fuel is San Jon or Clovis, more than 30 miles away. Red Rock Oil owner Darrell Cook said he reluctantly shut operations […]

Custodians get chance to catch up on odd jobs during Spring Break

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo John Potock, 31, has worked as a custodial with Clovis Municipal School for about two years. Spring break gives Potock the chance to buff the floors in the home economics and other rooms in the school that are usually too busy to be buffed. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer […]