AgSense: Cows have smaller ‘footprint’ than believed

By Robert Hagevoort: NMSU-Clovis Ag Science Center In April of this year, we reported that recent scientific studies cleared cows from erupting more greenhouse gasses (GHG) than all of the trucks, planes, trains and automobiles combined; well it’s true, the cows are cleared! That’s good news for everybody because it just didn’t make any sense […]

Reunion — July 11

A combined “Grand Reunion,” is planned for Clovis High School alumni who graduated between 1962 and 1972. Almost 300 have signed up for the reunion, planned for July 23 and 24. At 4 p.m. July 23, a barbecue will be held at Running Water Draw. Brisket and side dishes will be provided and attendees are […]

Clovis High Grand Reunion set

Nearly 300 alumni of Clovis High School have signed up for the 1962-1972 Grand Reunion. Members of CHS graduating classes from 1962 through 1972 will be gathering for a combined reunion in Clovis. The event includes a barbecue 4 p.m. July 23 at Running Water Draw, golf tournament at noon July 24 at Chaparral Country […]

Everyone loses in NBC shakeup

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ columnist I had two major thoughts this week, neither long enough for its own column, but combined enough to be way longer than necessary. Sorry. ••• As a long-time fan of late-night television, it’s troubling to see the mismanagement decimating the tradition of “The Tonight Show.” But nobody at NBC is […]

Relay raises more than $90,000

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The Women Medical Center Kristie’s Team pose for a team photo during the Clovis Relay for Life Saturday. Courtesy of Dorothy Nelson By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico A warm spring night and huge turnout combined for one of the most successful Relay for Life fundraisers yet in Clovis. As of Saturday, the annual American […]

Applications accepted for United Way funds

Freedom New Mexico Applications for the Eastern New Mexico Combined Federal Campaign will be accepted through the April 15 at the Principal Combined Fund Organization’s offices at 215 N Main Street or via mail at P.O. Box 806 Clovis, NM 88101. The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized workplace charitable giving program at federal […]

The winner is … Roosevelt

Curry, Roosevelt, Bailey and Parmer counties combined are home to 80 dairies, according to the Southwest Plains Dairy Directory.

Kingsville sweeps Zias

CNJ Staff KINGSVILLE, Texas — Adina Gray and Sha Tramble combined for 30 kills Saturday as Texas A&M-Kingsville defeated Eastern New Mexico Univeristy 30-21, 30-25, 30-25 in Lone Star Conference volleyball. Gray had 14 kills and eight digs while Tramble compiled 14 kills, nine digs and three aces for the Javelinas (5-5, 1-1 LSC). Kingsville’s […]

Local Roundup: Movie memorabilia for sale at Chamber

CNJ staff Posters, props, photos, T-shirts and other memorabilia from the movie “Believe in Me” are for sale at the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce, according to a Chamber news release. The original cast and crew polo shirts, basketball key chains and props are available. Photos displayed at the Red Carpet Reception at the Clovis […]

Cannon raises record donations

CNJ staff Cannon Air Force Base personnel donated a record amount of money this year to a charitable fund for national and international non-profit groups, according to a release from the Eastern New Mexico Combined Federal Campaign. The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized annual fund that solicited federal employees for charitable organizations, the […]

More than 100 anglers turn out for fishing derby

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Dennis Smith helps his 4-year-old son Isaac reel in a catfish during the Kids All-American Fishing Derby Saturday at Ned Houk Park. A record 323 fish were caught this year, according to organizers. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Ryn Gargulinski: CNJ staff writer Never mind baseball, Zack Austin said, fishing is his all-American sport. In […]

Lady Cats perfect through 10 games

By John Eisel: CNJ sports writer With post players Brittany Blackmon and Aimee Hilburn tired and in foul trouble, Tori Quintana and company helped pick up the scoring slack. Quintana, a junior point guard, scored 13 points, including three first-half 3-pointers, and sophomore Tori Northcutt added 11 to lead unbeaten Clovis past Pampa 56-44 Saturday […]

Kerrys’ own tax records put his plan out of place

Freedom Editorial Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry enjoys low taxes — for his family. “According to the Kerrys’ own tax records … the couple had a combined income of $5.51 million last year and paid $704,227 in income taxes,” writes Stephen Moore, president of the Club for Growth, on Oct. 17 at OpinionJournal.com. “That means […]

Bovina newspaper prints last edition

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The Bovina Blade and The Friona Star have been merged into one newspaper by Ron Carr of Friona who bought both newspapers this past summer. CNJ Illustration: Eric Kluth By Michelle Seeber BOVINA — Residents of Bovina are mourning the loss of their 48-year-old community newspaper, The Bovina Blade. The Blade has been combined with […]

Bush’s tax cut proposal would pay off in jobs

There’s still a lot of work for Congress to do on President Bush’s proposed $550 billion tax cut. Because of objections by liberal Republican Sen. Olympia Snow of Maine, the president’s original proposal to entirely end the double tax on dividends may be gone for now. “The Senate’s Republican tax writers struck on an agreement […]