Claud Rainy Day Extension Club The Claud Rainy Day Extension Club met Dec. 17 with Joy and Sue Pattison. Eleven members brought food to serve with the lamb main dish. Mr. Hoyt Pattison joined for lunch and took pictures of the group by the Christmas tree. Aloha Starbuck, president, conducted the business meeting. A letter [...]
By CNJ staff writer: Gabriel Monte Texico city officials are looking into allowing alcohol sales in the city. Proponents say alcohol sales could increase city revenues. Detractors say burdens outweigh benefits. The idea was brought up last month during a roundtable discussion regarding the city’s budget, according to Texico City Clerk Carolyn Johnson. She said [...]
By Judy Brandon: Religion columnist I passed a huge garden near Texico the other day, and it brought back memories of my garden planting experiences. I estimated that the garden was about an acre and the owner had it so manicured and neat that it could appear on the cover of any national magazine. I [...]
Richard Lopes, a longtime Project: Reader Reaction participant brought to eastern New Mexico by Cannon Air Force Base, e-mails to report the military has moved him to Las Vegas.
Portales’ Vern Witten brought us some old news with a new perspective the other day.
Freedom New Mexico Hubris, the Greek word roughly translated as overweening pride, seems to have been the fault or sin that has brought down New York’s Democratic Gov. Eliot Spitzer, who resigned on Wednesday. It was foreshadowed in his prior career as New York’s attorney general, even the aspects of that career that many commentators [...]
By Judy Brandon: Local columnist We do live in amazing times. Computer technology has given us new words such as travel drive, Wi-Fi and blogs. Think about the word blog. I read each week Beth Moore’s blog and two or three others. Funny though, five years ago, I would have thought blog was something that [...]
The Clovis Rotary Club was preparing to host its annual “Farmers Day” program in which each member brought a farmer as a guest. … Paving was under way on Prince Street from 14th to Commerce Way. … The Silver Grill at Seventh and Main was advertising its sundaes with “lots of fruit and plenty of [...]