Ticket feature: Cannon, ethnic fair hosting car shows

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File photo Two auto shows are planned for Saturday with dozens of cars trucks and motorcycles expected to be on display. Freedom New Mexico It’s a weekend for auto lovers with two auto shows in Clovis Saturday. The first show will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Main Street between Fourth and Sixth Streets in conjunction […]

Press release: ENMU presenting foundation and alumni awards during homecoming

PORTALES–Eastern New Mexico University will present several ENMU Foundation and Alumni Association awards during this year’s homecoming breakfast on Saturday morning, Sept. 25, in the Campus Union Building. The ENMU Foundation Awards: The Business of the Year Award will go to Doris and James Cassan of Dollar Rent A Car. Being raised in the small […]

Human touch needed even as technology advances

Judy Brandon: Religion Columnist One time on a trip to Houston, our family witnessed an episode that warmed our hearts. Entering through the security gates at the apartment complex next to a golf course, we noticed a young woman running quickly, even frantically through the parking lot. She stopped at a parked car and quickly […]

Americans embracing entitlement

I travel a lot. I have crossed the USA about 25 times by car and have also done a good deal of driving in Europe — France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and so on. Some time ago I noticed something that one might wish to explore more systematically than just relying on one’s personal observation. This […]

Police blotter — July 8

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: Around midnight June 26, an officer responded to a call of a robbery at a business in the 1400 block of Norris Street. A woman said a man came up to her and pushed her as she exited the store, grabbed her […]

Man convicted in shooting shot by Albuquerque police

Staff and wire reports A man convicted in the 1998 shooting death of a Tucumcari man was shot to death Tuesday by Albuquerque police. Albuquerque police have identified a man fatally shot by an officer at a truck stop as 42-year-old Julian Calbert formerly of Tucumcari. Curry County Undersheriff Wesley Waller, a retired state police […]

First car memories still fresh

By Kar Terry: Local columnist As a red-blooded American male I have no problem recalling the vehicles I’ve owned in my lifetime. Recently, as a part of an exercise in a Bible study, the class was asked to tell everyone what vehicle they first drove. The guys all quickly named off their first car, some […]

Education column: Seuss honored at Literacy Night

By Penny Bailey: Clovis Municipal Schools One car, two cars, blue car, red car Everywhere I look there are cars, cars, cars Could you, would you eat hotdogs and chips at school? Yes, I could and would eat hotdogs and chips at school. Okay, so it is a feeble attempt at writing like Dr. Seuss, […]

Wednesday morning briefing: Windy weather and a chance at a windfall

Good morning. It’s Freedom New Mexico’s Wednesday briefing. Special weather warning Hang on. There’s a wind advisory today for most of Curry, Roosevelt and DeBaca counties. Wind gusts of up to 50 mph expected by afternoon. Bench Club raffle The ENMU Bench Club is holding a “Chance to Win” drawing with proceeds to the athletic […]