Guess who won the annual Word Worm competition sponsored by the Curry County Literacy Council?
Well, it wasn't the "Lit Happens" team from the Clovis library.
The answer is in Dianna Hernandez' Weblog:
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An anonymous letter received this week was a little more trashy than usual.
Somebody invited us to the grand opening of "We R Trash," a mythical retailer offering "trash and information on trash."
The flyer reported "trashy people have rights too" and a trashy yard could be "an alternative to a home security device."
The writer seemed to be saying some people need to clean up their yards.
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New Mexico State Parks' "Diamond Anniversary Pass" is on sale at all 34 state parks.
The pass is a limited-issue coupon book containing 10 coupons; each coupon is valid during 2008 for one night of basic camping (excluding utilities) and is transferable.
It costs $75 - a 25 percent discount from the normal $100 cost for 10 nights of basic state park camping.
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The New Mexico Department of Transportation Commission will hold its regular monthly meeting at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the Campus Union Building at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales.
It's a public meeting and a perfect opportunity for folks who regularly travel the Dora Highway to log in with the state on what they think of their highway.