Rep. Luj

Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Putting heart into it

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Genesis Davis practices jumproping for the Jumprope for the Heart fundraiser for the first 10 minutes of physical education class at Clovis Christian School. Davis said she participated in the fundraiser in kindergarten and is excited to do it again. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer An American Heart Association […]

Jan. 25, 2009 Club Notes

Clovis Education Association Clovis Education Association met on Jan. 13 at La Casita Library at 4-5 p.m.. Molly Smith, president, called the meeting to order. She introduced Curry County Association of Educational Retirees members Laura Beth Newberry and Lynda Milburn. They gave a short presentation of past and upcoming legislative issues. Molly handed out a […]

Jan. 6 Business Digest

Clovis Realtor joins state association executive committee Clovis Realtor Sharon Hicks joins the 2009 executive committee of the Realtors Association of New Mexico, according to an association press release. A Realtor with Re/Max, Hicks is the Southeast District vice president of the association, according to the release. Also according to the release, Bonnie Wright of […]

New Mexico Activities Association

New Mexico Activities Association

Oct. 23, 2008 Education Digest

Board member honored Lora Harlan has been selected as the 2008 New Mexico School Board Association Board Member of the Year, according to a Clovis Municipal Schools press release. Harlan has served on the Clovis school board since 1991 and during that time has held all board officer positions. At the state level, Harlan has […]

ACI president advises local business owners

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Association of Commerce and Industry President Beverlee McClure said Wednesday New Mexico business owners should pay attention to the election. With more than 100 seats up for election in the state Legislature and other governing agencies, voters will elect state officials responsible for establishing regulation and policies affecting business, […]

First person: Calling the shots

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Kayne Gutierrez is a compliance officer for Eastern New Mexico University’s athletic department. Kayne Gutierrez, 27, spent his high school and college years playing football and running track. He stays in the game as a referee with the New Mexico Activities Association. At the beginning: I’ve been a referee for […]

Team waits 24 years for 400th

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Taylor Scales’ David Essex safely slides into third during Saturday’s game against Pathway House in the Clovis Softball Association’s Oasis “Batting Out Child Abuse” slow-pitch softball tournament at Guy Leeder Complex. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The Taylor Scales softball team played for eight seasons in the Clovis Softball […]

Cannon squadron receives AFA Citation of Honor

By Staff Sgt. Craig Seals, 27th SOW Public Affairs The 3rd Special Operations Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base has been selected as the recipient of the Air Force Association’s 2008 Air Force Association Citation of Honor. The AFA’s Web site defines the Citation of Honor as “the outstanding contribution of an individual or organization […]

An honor for the coach

C.J. Aragon, the rodeo coach at Mesalands Community College in Tucumcari, has been named coach of the year for the Grand Canyon Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.

County association holds first meeting in Portales

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom New Mexico The New Mexico Association of Counties is meeting in Portales today for the first time in its history. The group plans to discuss issues ranging from county budgets and wildfires, to CPR training for state employees and federal benefits for jail inmates. Representatives from all of the state’s 33 […]

Guy Leeder Softball Complex vandalized

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Graffiti was painted at Guy Leeder Softball Complex over the past weekend. CNJ staff Clovis Softball Association board member Roger Jackson is hoping that with the help of the more than 1,300 league players, that the persons responsible for a graffiti spree at Guy Leeder Softball Complex will be caught. […]

ACI urges more involvement in legislation

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Small business owners need to get more involved in the creation of state regulations pertaining to businesses, according to Association of Commerce and Industry President Beverlee McClure. More than 70 people attended Friday’s ACI breakfast at the Clovis Civic Center, including small business owners and city, county and state […]

April 22, 2008 Business Digest

Music Festival award runner-up The Clovis Music Festival was the runner-up April 17 for a 2007 Tourism Industry Association Recognition Award, according to a Tourism Association of New Mexico news release. The festival came in second to Carlsbad’s Christmas on the Pecos in the Outstanding Event category. High Plains Harley honored Clovis’ High Plains Harley-Davidson […]

April 8, 2008 Military Reunions

USS Columbus veterans plan reunion The USS Columbus Veterans Association is seeking information about Navy and Marine Corps veterans who served aboard the USS Columbus CA-74/CG-12 anytime from 1944 through 1976 and the USS Columbus (SSN-762) past and present, according to a news release. A reunion is planned for Oct. 1-4 at the Holiday Inn […]

Airmen’s food drive will feed hundreds

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USAF courtesy photo: Airman 1st Class Erik Cardenas Airman 1st Class John Encomienda and Airman Natalie Mcleod, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron, stand next to two of the 12 Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) food drive boxes they built. By Janet Bresenham: Freedom New Mexico A recent trial community service project at Cannon Air […]

Smith staunch, active citizen of Clovis

By Don McAlavy: CNJ Columnist I have very little history on C. Roy Smith of Clovis. His full name was Charles Roy Smith. For some reason, he is not in our history books, but he had a good keen sense of what to do with $5,600 in 1934. With two employees, without salary, but with […]

Food drive a great success

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Erik Cardenas Airman 1st Class John Encomienda and Amn Natalie Mcleod, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron, stand next to two of the 12 Air Force Sergeants Association food drive boxes they built. By Janet Bresenham, Cannon Connections A recent trial community service project at Cannon Air Force Base will […]

Editors to be honored

The Panhandle Press Association will induct two veteran editors into its hall of fame next weekend – Laurie Ezzell Brown of Canadian, Texas, and Tommy Thompson of the Amarillo Globe-Times.