Ethnic affairs director to be advocate, organizer

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LaTanya Lowery, director of ethnic affairs at Clovis Community College, right, helps students Marisela Rivera, 17, left, and Kim Glotzbach, 19, look for job openings. Photo by Eric Kluth. By Helena Rodriguez LaTanya Lowery describes her new role at Clovis Community College as an advocate, a resource person, a public relations officer, a student activities […]

Tipps, Garland

Garland Tipps Services: Have been held. Mr. Garland Emory Tipps, Ph.D., 84, of Portales, died Sunday, June 15, 2003, at his home. He was born on March 12, 1919, in Unionville, Tenn., to Floyd and Jonnye Waggoner Tipps. He grew up in Tennessee. He attended Martin College in Pulaski, Tenn. He married Frances Frater on […]

Students start new phase

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Class of 2003 high school graduates (counter-clockwise from bottom left) Brenda Grado, 18, Daniel Aguilar, 18, Andy Garza, 18, Isaac Arzola, 18, and Ashley Sanders, 18, will begin their college careers Monday as classes start at CCC. By Gary Mitchell Friona High School graduates Daniel Aguilar and Andy Garza as well as Texico High School […]

Zias edged by club team in scrimmage

CNJ STAFF PORTALES — The first-year Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team played competitively in a 1-0 loss to the Midland (Texas) Alliance Under-19 club team Saturday in the Zias’ initial scrimmage. ENMU, which opens the regular season on Aug. 29 against College of the Southwest in a four-team get-together at Adams State College […]

Expect to see people lying about race

By Walter Williams The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Grutter vs. Bollinger permits colleges to award a “plus” to black, Hispanic and American Indian student applications for admission. As sure as night follows day, we can expect racial fraud. You can bet the rent money that the number of white students identifying themselves on […]

Colleges hope for banner enrollment

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Clovis Community College student Gina Martinez fills out a class form Thursday. CCC and Wayland Baptist University campuses expect record enrollment for the upcoming school year. Photo by Eric Kluth. By Gary Mitchell Interest in higher learning is on the rise. All four area colleges anticipate higher enrollment figures for the upcoming fall semester. Officials […]

Buzard’s squad posts sweep

By Dave Wagner PORTALES — A group of Division II South Central Region women’s basketball players coached by Eastern New Mexico University’s Dan Buzard swept five games on a trip to Barbados late last month, although the competition wasn’t what the team had hoped to see. With the tiny West Indies island involved in a […]

Old newspapers recall good ol’ days

By David Stevens A Clovis woman brought several old newspapers into the Clovis News Journal office last week. She didn’t want to throw them away, and thought someone might enjoy the look back in time. Six of the papers were from Clovis High School in the 1959-60 school year. Here are a few of the […]

Reader Reaction

A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked participants if they had any advice for area high school graduates. Here are some responses: “Get to work. On time. Every day. There will be a lot of people counting on you to do this. … You owe it to these folks as well as to yourself to be […]

CCC Board of Trustees swears in Gayla Brumfield as new member

By Jack King Gayla Brumfield, owner of Colonial Real Estate in Clovis, was sworn in as the new District 1 trustee for Clovis Community College at CCC’s regular board meeting Wednesday. Brumfield replaces Ted Hartley, who has been appointed a judge in the 9th Judicial District. “I’m really excited,” Brumfield said, “I’ve always been very […]