Locals remember D-Day 60 years after invasion

By Darrell Todd Maurina: CNJ Staff Writer D-Day isn’t just a date in the history book for Clovis resident Chuck Haas. Sixty years ago, on June 6, 1944, the sailor was making the treacherous passage between troop ships anchored off Normandy and the stretch of shoreline code-named “Omaha Beach.” On that beachhead and others like […]

Assessment team helps Cannon crack down on sexual assault

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Col. Mary Kay Hertog, The Air Combat Command’s Sexual Assault Assessment Team chief, right, will assess the sexual assault response program at Cannon Air Force Base. 27th Fighter Wing Vice Commander Col. Jeff Stambaugh is at left. Photo: Eric Kluth By Darrell Todd Maurina CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — A six-member Sexual Assault Assessment Team […]

Use for $3,800 studied

By Glen Seeber Money raised during an impromptu auction Friday night will be used to improve the lives of local residents who are going through difficult times, Catherine Johnson said Wednesday. The executive director of the Hartley House shelter for domestic violence accepted checks totaling $3,800 Wednesday during the monthly board meeting of the Clovis/Curry […]

Unit to help rape victims

By Darrell Todd Maurina Sexual assault victims in eastern New Mexico have a new place to turn for help. Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis has organized the state’s fifth Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Unit and has a staff of seven nurses and one doctor who have received special training to help victims of rape, […]

Supreme Court should back right to bear arms

Americans soon could see a shoot-out at the Supreme Court corral. Two circuit courts have issued contradictory readings of the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Such contradictions commonly have been a reason for the top court to attempt to bring consistency to judicial interpretations. Last December, a three-judge panel of the 9th […]