Hounds 2nd, Zias 4th in LSC cross country

CNJ staff ABILENE, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s cross country teams recorded the highest finishes in the programs history in Saturday’s Lone Star Conference meet, hosted by Abilene Christian. Junior Mohammed Noor finished second individually in a time of 24 minutes, 28.86 seconds over eight kilometers, leading the ENMU men to second place as […]

Press release: Drivers asked to avoid eastbound travel on 21st Street on Wednesday

The City of Clovis is asking drivers to please avoid attempting to travel eastbound on 21st Street from Prince Street between 4:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 4th, 2010. This is due to extensive street repairs which will be occurring on the east side of the 21st and Prince Street intersection which will prevent […]

Press Release: Clovis’ Martin appointed president of state school board group

The New Mexico School Boards Association (NMSBA) held their Annual Convention on December 4th & 5th. During the Convention, the Association elected new officers and Clovis Board of Education Secretary, Terry Martin, who was Vice-President of NMSBA last year, will take over as President-Elect of the Association for 2010. Terry is completing seven years of […]

School supplies still relevant in life

By Judy Brandon: CNJ columnist Well its official! School supplies are out at all the stores. Newspapers are full of ads on school supplies. With the passing of July 4th, it seems that summer vacation is on the downside and anyone can tell that by seeing the endless supplies of backpacks, school paper, pencils, pens, […]

July 4th learned through children

By Anita Tedaldi: FNM columnist I would have never thought that in my thirties I’d get the chance to be an American kid. But homeschooling has given me the opportunity to see the world through my children’s eyes. I get to experience what it’s like to grow up as an American child, and to learn […]

Treasures meant to be shared

By Judy Brandon: CNJ columnist On this July 4th weekend, I am reminded of the stories and life experiences surrounding those who fought in World War I and World War II in our world. The flowing is a true story. It is not a story of valor during the war but it is a commentary […]

Clovis Community College’s Health and Fitness Center and Campus Hours during July 4th Weekend

Clovis Community College’s Health and Fitness Center and Campus Hours

Ticket feature: Clovis, Portales July 4th events set

Freedom New Mexico Portales and Clovis area residents won’t be short on options for celebrating July 4th this year. Clovis festivities at Greene Acres Park begin at 2 p.m. Saturday. Anyone not wanting to wait until July 4 to celebrate can join in with Portales’ Smokin’ 3rd Bash 3 p.m. Friday at Greyhound Arena. Both […]

Tax-free weekend announced

Governor Bill Richardson Announces 4th Annual Back-To-School Tax Holiday

These boots were made for kicking

By Don McAlavay: Local Columnist I t was hot as all get-out on a July 4th in the late 1950s at a Clovis print shop where I worked. There were five other employees and the boss, plus a bindery “queen.” That’s what we called women who cut up paper and package printed material for customers […]