Spring brings memories of meals past

By Grant McGee Do you think we’re going to have an early spring? I was driving on Manana Boulevard the other day and I thought I saw a hint of green in the globe willows in that neighborhood. The mild weather got me thinking about groundhogs, prairie dogs and other critters. Groundhog Day has come […]

Goat eating a long lasting experience

By Grant McGee: Columnist On a recent trip to Roswell, I got to thinking about eating goat. There were frozen cuts of goat in the freezer of a grocery store there. Before I came to the Great American Southwest I only thought of goats as critters for milk, feta cheese and tree trimming, who butted […]

Sweatin’ for perfection

By Michelle Seeber Healthy lifestyle requires proper nutrition, exercise. Rob Ward has been working out since he was 16 years old. The 25-year-old Clovis resident is a personal trainer at a local gym in Clovis. He began working out to build his body muscle mass. When he first started, he weighed only 125 pounds. Today, […]

Media responsible with mad-cow story

From the Editor’s Desk Federal health officials estimate 1 million Americans get sick each week because of the food they eat. About 6,000 of those people get sick enough for hospitalization and close to 100 of them die. And yet mad-cow disease has dominated the headlines in recent weeks. And not one American is known […]

Snackin’ ain’t what it used to be in school

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All Clovis students will soon have an alternative to “junk food” in campus snack machines as plans are in the works to incorporate milk, fresh fruit and other healthier alternatives as snacks. CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth By Sue Gilmore Snacking in Clovis schools just got a little healthier, but it’s still up to the […]