Religion feature: Pastor awarded for work with youth

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CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Pastor Clyde Davis surveys an area in his office at the First Presbyterian Church in Clovis to hang the Celtic Cross award plaque he received Sunday. The award symbolizes Davis’ service to youth in the community. Benna Sayyed Throughout his career as a teacher and pastor Clyde Davis has used […]

Scouting council hosting summer camp

Freedom New Mexico The Conquistador Council of the Boy Scouts of America will host another summer of week-long camps in June and July at Camp Wehinahpay, located in the Sacramento Mountains near Cloudcroft. The council oversees troops in Roosevelt and Curry Counties. Scout Executive Guy Eichsteadt said scouting is an educational opportunity for area boys. […]

Operation Purple Program offers summer camps for military youth

By 27th SOW Force Support Squadron Operation Purple camps are a time for having fun, making friends and reminding military kids that they are the nation’s youngest heroes. The mission of the Operation Purple program, sponsored by the National Military Family Association, is to empower military children and their families to develop and maintain healthy […]

Teen summer camps announced

By Erin Tindell: Air Force Personnel, Services and Manpower Public Affairs SAN ANTONIO — Force Services Agency officials here recently announced the call for three Air Force teen camps for 2011. The Teen Aviation Camp will be held June 4 through 9 at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., and is designed to […]

ENMU camps kick off

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Jordan Lopez of West Las Vegas, left, tries to drive around Slaton guard Jorge Hernandez in Friday’s Eastern New Mexico University team camp game at Greyhound Arena. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer From November to March, Andrew Helton is used to pleading with referees. Come June, he is one. […]

Writer stayed true, dedicated to his beliefs

Freedom New Mexico Writers love to believe in the truth of the old maxim about the pen being mightier than the sword, but in their more candid moments have to acknowledge it is seldom literally true. Every so often, however, a pen appears that is mightier not only than the sword but mightier than the […]

Death march survivor, Curry County native dies at 86

The Associated Press SANTA FE — Francis Hall Van Buskirk, a Curry County native and one of the last survivors of the Bataan Death March during World War II, has died. Van Buskirk died Feb. 7 at age 86. A memorial service is set for 1 p.m. today at McGee Memorial Chapel. He will be […]

James Henry

James Henry Date of birth: Jan. 5, 1914 Dates of service: 1941 through 1962 (Career) Hometown: Birmingham, Michigan Lives in: Clovis Theater or location of service: Oregon, California, Colorado and Lake Tule Branch: National Guard, Army, Army-Air Force, Air Force Rank: Staff Sergeant Unit and Specialty: Mechanic, vehicles. Motor pool After discharge: Clovis, Retired from […]