Students celebrate National French Week

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CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Clovis High School French I student Alexandria Johnson prepares French bread plates for French club students. Benna Sayyed Destini Arguijo thinks speaking only one language is a setback for people today. Arguijo, a Clovis High junior, speaks English and Spanish and is studying French to reach her dream of becoming […]

Thursday morning briefing: Free music, food needed and a curing a headache

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Music, music, music The Eastern New Mexico University music department is presenting a recital of chamber music for French horn, soprano and piano at 3 p.m. Aug. 28 in Buchanan Hall. It’s free and open to the public. Food drive VistaCare Hospice in Clovis […]

School administration to review student group policy

Liliana Castillo Clovis schools administration has halted all student organization meetings at the high school while they review two board policies that govern student groups. One policy dictates who can approve the creation of a club and one which chooses between allowing curricular and non-curricular clubs or only curricular clubs. For example, French Club is […]

Anniversaries — April 3

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French Kenley and Mary French celebrated their 60th anniversary March 26, 2011, with a dinner at Cotton Patch with family. Mary’s sister-in-law, Sharon Cecil, sang “Have I Told You Lately That I Love You,” to Kenley from her. Mary made their anniversary wedding cake. They were married March 26, 1951, in Parishburg, Va. They made […]

Education feature: French students expand learning with club

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo French Club Vice President Bryan Wygant, left, and President Sarafina Kwaku practice holding a conversation in French Tuesday in teacher Jennifer Kelley’s classroom. Liliana Castillo In French class at Clovis High School, students led by French teachers Diana Huey and Jennifer Kelley talked about crepes. In French club, the students […]

Education column: French lesson provided splash of culture

By Penny Bailey: Clovis Municipal Schools Being raised by a wonderful southern cook, I learned early in life to enjoy eating. Add to that, being raised in a Baptist Church where their motto seemed to be “Food, Fun, and Fellowship!”, my favorite meal is the potluck. However, I attended a potluck the other day that […]

June 14, 1968

Clovis Jaycees had new officers, including Tom Wade, president, Russell Weems, outgoing president, and Wally Pace, external vice-president. … Der Wienerschnitzel claimed to offer “the best Cokes in town.” Its combination meal featured a hot dog, French fries and Coke for 43 cents. … Bill Ferris was performing at the Gold Lantern Lounge, 905 Main.

French choose more traditional of two leaders

By Freedom Newspapers Some of the problems Nicolas Sarkozy will face as he tries to implement a bold program of reform as president of France were symbolized almost immediately. Opponents of Sarkozy almost immediately took to the streets in Paris, Toulouse, Marseilles, Lyon and elsewhere, torching 730 vehicles and injuring 28 police officers. Almost 600 […]

France headed in new direction regardless of vote

By Freedom Newspapers Conventional wisdom holds that in the first round of presidential elections, French voters vote with their hearts and typically winnow the field of candidates to the two highest vote-getters. This often swells the vote counts for fringe candidates and explains the odd outcome in 2002, when perennial anti-immigrant fringe candidate Jean-Marie Le […]

Student profile: O’Shea

CNJ staff Ka’Lani O’Shea is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of Bill and Brenda O’Shea. What do you envision your life being like in 10 years? I see myself graduating from medical school and being engaged. Who is your hero and why? My mom. She is able to support our […]