Comments sought on proposed changes to deer license application process

SANTA FE — The Department of Game and Fish is asking for public comments about proposals to change the way hunters apply for deer licenses. The State Game Commission will consider the proposals at its Sept. 24 meeting in Las Cruces. The proposals include simplifying the deer licensing process by eliminating the current deer hunting […]

Dominoes championships draw contestants to Texico

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Freedom New Mexico: Liliana Castillo Faye Keener of Portales grabs the dominoes to shuffle with a smile after she and her teammate Beverly Winn won a game of 42 during Friday’s warm-up for Saturday’s tournament at the Texico Senior Center. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico Plenty of versions of dominoes may exist around the […]

Letter proves true Clovis man site discoverer

By Don McAlavy: Local columnist Lois Leslie, formerly from Melrose, now living in Clovis, has asked me to kick-up the tourist business in Clovis by way of telling more drama about the Clovis Man Site that was found in Blackwater Draw in 1929, by Ridge Whiteman of Portales and Clovis, the father of my wife, […]

Showing vulnerability bonds people

By Anita Tedaldi: FNM columnist I did something that’s fairly out of character for me while I was at a conference last week. This is the last time I write about this conference, next week I’m moving on to why a girl needs to learn about her car anti lock breaking system so that the […]

County fairs showcase local culture

By Clyde Davis: Loval columnist “There’s a full moon in the western sky, and magic in the air Ain’t nothing I know of to make you fall in love like a Night at the county fair” As with so many pieces of everyday life and its wonders, the words of the late and great Chris […]

Texico, Fort Sumner schools receive capital outlay money

Freedom New Mexico Texico and Fort Sumner Municipal School districts were awarded money from the Public School Capital Outlay Council Thursday, according to a news release. Texico will get $3.8 million in state funds to renovate its schools and Fort Sumner will receive $5.6 million in state funds to renovate the middle and elementary schools. […]

Reaper squadron activates at Cannon

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Freedom New Mexico: Kevin Wilson Lt. Col. Michael Bruzzini addresses the 33rd Special Operations Squadron, activated Friday at Cannon Air Force Base. The squadron operates the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned support aircraft. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer It’s time, Lt. Col. Michael Bruzzini said, for America’s enemies to fear the Reaper. At 1:33 p.m. Friday […]

New Mexico House delegation announces new GI bill benefits to take effect tomorrow

Washington, DC – Today, Representatives Ben Ray Luj

Press release: Citizen’s police academy new class

The Clovis Police Department, Curry County Sheriff’s Office, and New Mexico State Police, is conducting the 12th Session of the Citizens Police Academy.

Religion digest: Church hosting book sale

St. James’ Episcopal Church is hosting a book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church at 1117 N. Main. Martha Fuller with the church said proceeds from the event will benefit missions and outreach projects. The sale will include gently used books, DVDs, and CDs. The Women of St. James’ will […]