Greek drama just prelude to Italy failing

The past week global stock markets bounced up and down like a basketball at a Lakers game (if the NBA were playing). Up they went when news came the European Union worked out a deal to restructure Greek debt. Down they went when Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou decided to allow Greek voters to have […]

Prairie points featured on program

Information on using prairie points, making Greek salads and recipes for party foods will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Evelyn Terhune, owner of Ozark Crafts in Gilbert, Ark., will show how traditional prairie points, which are a long-time favorite of quilters, take on a new look […]

Greek cooking featured on show

Information on Greek cooking, craft projects and cooking onions will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Aris Kefalogiannis is the CEO of Gaea Products in Athens, Greece. He’s going to show the Greek style of serving baked potatoes. The secret ingredients are sea salt, Greek yogurt, Gaea […]

ENMU adds Hebrew to language minors

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Nita Howard of Portales will be teaching multiple Hebrew classes at Eastern New Mexico University. Argen Duncan Students of Hebrew and Greek have a chance to enhance their college degrees as well as their minds with the institution of new minors at Eastern New Mexico University this coming fall. In […]

Life was challenge for Greek immigrants

By Don McAlavy: CNJ columnist Editor’s note: This is the second of a two-part column on the Asimos family, which came to Clovis from Greece. Also, last week’s column incorrectly reported that Italian soldiers were invited into the Asimos home during World War II. Family members said the soldiers were German and they were not […]