Lady Cats cruise into semis

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Clovis senior Dani Millender passes the ball during Tuesday’s District 4-5A tournament game at Rock Staubus Gymnasium. CNJ photo by Eric Kluth. Dave Wagner If the Clovis High Lady Wildcats were looking ahead to a possible championship showdown against Eldorado in Albuquerque, it wasn’t too obvious. Facing a decimated Hobbs squad that they’d already routed […]

You never know where you will find your calling

Judy Brandon There was a time in my life when I thought I would be a junior high schoolteacher forever — or at least until I retired. Yet, after seven years of junior high school days filled with spit wads, students sent to the office with disciplinary notes, early morning pep rallies and hall duty, […]

Littlefield overpowers Mules

By Rick White LITTLEFIELD — The Littlefield Wildcats punted on their first possession and second-to-last possession. In between, they moved the chains methodically, pounding out a 14-6 win over Muleshoe in sledge-hammer-like fashion Friday in the District 2-3A opener for both teams. Diminutive sophomore Jonas Comacho was the workhorse for the Wildcats, ping-ponging his way […]

Protectionism would create bad results

By Walter Williams Recent advocacy of free trade in this column has caused considerable reader apoplexy and anxiety, not to mention accusations of unconcern with worker plight. Readers have protested loss of good paying jobs to low-wage countries such as India, China and other Asian countries. I’d like to propose a way to completely eliminate […]

Clovis native gets a charge out of his job

By Don McAlavy Bobby Hagler has made a name for himself as a civil engineer. In the last 30 years he has been designing and building electric transmission lines and substations from North Dakota to California. He was raised on the outskirts of Clovis. He is the son of Bob and Chris Hagler of Clovis. […]

Family Support Center helps military spouses advance in careers

By Darrell Todd Maurina CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Military service has its own rewards, but the life is not always easy for the spouses of service members. While deployments and the risk of death get the most attention, a more routine aspect of military life causes more serious problems for many military families. With […]

Programs helps prepare airmen for life transitions

By Darrell Todd Maurina Most airmen have decades of working life ahead of them after they leave the military. To help outgoing service members get a good start in their new lives, the Air Force has a designed special program. Known as the Transition Assistance Program, the program isn’t an option — it’s a requirement. […]

Diddle to try hand at coaching women

By Dave Wagner TEXICO — After 30 years of coaching men’s basketball, Earl Diddle has decided it’s time for a change. The former Eastern New Mexico University coach has accepted the women’s head coaching position at Butler County Community College in El Dorado, Kan. Diddle, who coached a national team in the United Arab Emirates […]

Set minimum wage violates free trade

By Tibor machan Santa Fe is a well known and fashionable New Mexico desert city and largely in the hands of a bunch of meddlesome lefties. Perhaps not surprisingly, then, Santa Fe recently enacted an ordinance that mandates — that is to say, coercively imposes — a minimum wage of $10 plus that every employer […]

Actors do great job in “Italian Job”

By Stacy Allen Show: The Italian Job Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Donald Sutherland and Edward Norton. Summary: A group of con artists pull of an Italian job that goes sour and leaves most of them wanting revenge. Show times: (Hilltop Twin) 1:30 p.m., 4:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 10 p.m.  The Italian Job is about […]