Hounds adjusting to new bats

Clarence Plank The boys of summer are getting ready to start spring training for the upcoming baseball season. Meanwhile, at Eastern New Mexico University, Greyhounds are learning how to hit with the new NCAA specs for baseball bats. Greyhounds coach Phil Clabaugh said they are spending $3,500 for new bats, but were able to make […]

Fort Sumner fills three spots in school board election

CNJ staff Fort Sumner voters filled three spots in their at-large school board vote Tuesday. Incumbent Tom Wilton was elected to a second four-year term, while Ray Drake earned his first elected term after serving five months as an appointed member. Kerrilyn Webb, running for her first time, was chosen for the third open spot […]

School board election results

Melrose ballotPosition 1 school board memberKenneth L. Jacobs (Incumbent) – 76Jubal Ray Pierce – 85Position 2 school board memberScott Dickerman – 128Position 3 school board memberNeal Delk – 140 General obligation school bond question:123 for38 againstPublic School Capital Improvements (2 mill) tax question:122 for35 against Grady ballotPosition 1 school board member Jerome J. Provencio – […]

Two-mill levy approved by more than two to one margin

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis resident Patricia Myers casts her vote Tuesday at Barry Elementary School. Myers said she always votes, even if she has to brave bad weather. Liliana Castillo Voters in Tuesday’s school board election approved a two-mill levy by more than a two to one margin. The levy is a renewal […]

ENMU’s Ribaudo expects big signing haul

CNJ staff PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University football coach Mark Ribaudo is looking forward to a big haul today on college football signing day. Ribaudo said the Greyhounds are hoping to sign up to 26 high school players. Five of them are from New Mexico, but he said the quality is high. “I think […]

ENMU basketball games moved to Saturday

CNJ staff PORTALES — Tonight’s Lone Star Conference men’s and women’s basketball doubleheader between Incarnate Word and Eastern New Mexico University at Greyhound Arena was postponed due to inclement weather. The UIW team bus slid into the ditch twice on Tuesday trying to make the trek west, according to the school’s web site, and returned […]

Press release: Udall discusses senate rules reform, appointment to foreign relations committee

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tom Udall, D-NM, talked with reporters today about his work to reform the Senate rules, his appointment to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and the FAA Reauthorization Bill being debated this week on the Senate floor. To listen to the audio, click here. Below is a time key of Senator Udall’s […]

Base commander returning to Florida

CNJ staff Cannon Air Force Base’s commander is returning to Florida for his next assignment with the Air Force. The Air Force Times reported Col. Stephen Clark, who was recently selected for promotion to brigadier general, will become director of plans, programs, requirements and assessments for Air Force Special Operations Command headquarters at Hurlburt Field, […]

Military touts medical home care

Most military beneficiaries haven’t heard of PCMH or “patient-centered medical home,” a civilian-conceived strategy to improve managed care. Yet 655,000 military beneficiaries who use base clinics and hospitals have been enrolled with a PCMH team over the past 14 months and that number is projected to double this year and double again, to 2.5 million […]

Airport meeting rescheduled

CNJ staff The Clovis Municipal Airport Committee meeting has been rescheduled for the same time the following 6 p.m. next Tuesday at the Clovis Municipal Airport. The meeting was postponed Tuesday. Information: Steve Summers, Airport Director, at 769-7890.