Clovis’ Pierson will join Zias

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Ashlee Pierson led the Clovis Lady Wildcats in scoring last season as a senior. CNJ staff Clovis’ Ashlee Pierson will join the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball for the 2011-12 season, according to first-year Zias coach Lindsey Wilson. A 5-foot-7 guard, Pierson was a two-time, first team all-district selection […]

TSA needs privatization, not union

Freedom New Mexico If you think the Transportation Security Administration is pushy and intrusive, just wait until they unionize. Tuesday was the last day 44,000 TSA workers vote on whether they will join a union. The results will be announced today. A ‘yea’ vote widely is expected. Workers also are voting on whether to join […]

Anniversaries —

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SONY DSC Sercey On March 4, James and Martha Sercey celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. When they met, James Franklin Sercey was stationed at Cannon Air Force Base and Martha Anna Drager was attending school in Bovina, Texas. It wasn’t long before they were happily married at the First Presbyterian Church on Pile Street in […]

Press release: ENMU invited to join Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

PORTALES, N.M.— Eastern New Mexico University has received an official invitation from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Committee to join their conference effective the fall term of 2012. The Institution has been a member of the Lone Star Conference for the past 25 years. Eastern New Mexico’s President Steve Gamble has appointed the University’s Athletic Committee […]

Shoutouts — Nov. 7

Lighthouse Mission Come join the building team for the new Lighthouse Mission shelter. You can help the Lighthouse Mission by donating materials and labor or discounted contract rates. Building Team: • General contractor, Roper Construction • Pad Site, Eastwood Construction • Concrete donation, Don Pool Construction • Concrete finishing, Mercadal’s Construction • Plumbing, Mark Carpenter […]

Santa Fe to host New Mexico’s T.E.A. party

Santa Fe – On Saturday, September 12, 2009 from 2-3:30 pm, New Mexicans will join hundreds of other cities across America in holding a T.E.A. Party Rally (Taxed Enough Already). The event is an opportunity for private citizens to make a statement on the grounds of the State Capitol against the irresponsible fiscal policies that […]

Custom Classic draws teams from far and near

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Freedom New Mexico: Clarence Plank Gonzalo Lozano of the Texas Twisters gets ready to catch a pop up in the third inning at Guy Leeder Softball Complex on Friday in Clovis. By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico Teams came from as far away as Lubbock, Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Oklahoma to join local teams to […]

Word Worm 2009! Join the fun with the Curry County Literacy Council

Do you love crossword puzzles and games like Balderdash and Taboo?

Monday: Rep. Luj

Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Rep. Lujan to join Pelosi to Speak at 2009 Power Shift Conference Rally

Washington, D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Congressman Ed Markey, Congressman Jay Inslee, and Congressman Ben Ray Luj

Lazbuddie’s Nichols set to join Zias

CNJ staff LAZBUDDIE — Chelsee Nichols, a four-year starter at Lazbuddie High School in Parmer County, is planning to sign to play women’s basketball for coach Linden Weese at Eastern New Mexico University. The national signing date is April 9. Nichols, a 5-foot-9 forward, said she attended camps conducted by Weese over the past couple […]

April 2, 1961

“Clovisites join mankind across the world today in paying homage to the risen Christ, recalling the supreme sacrifice the Son of God paid on the cross at Calvary 2,000 years ago for the redemption of humanity,” the Clovis News-Journal reported. … Barnes Cleaners at 1500 Thornton announced coin-operated dry cleaning was available. Four blankets could […]

4/16 Thank-you letters

Editor’s note: The Clovis News Journal will periodically publish thank-you letters of public interest. Letters should be less than 300 words and the writer must be identified. Writers should include telephone numbers and addresses for verification purposes. Letters may be edited for clarity, content and space considerations. Names of for-profit businesses may be deleted prior […]

Idealism needs to be tempered with realism

CNJ staff After two years of rough going with our friends in Europe, President Bush’s trip there this week has begun smoothing things over. He doesn’t have the mischievous charm of former President Clinton, but Bush still has impressed Europeans with his own Texas quasi-cowboy persona. These things are not trivial in international relations. On […]

Young man was eager to join paratroopers

By Darrell Todd Maurina: CNJ Staff Writer When Helen Garcia Trujillo observes Memorial Day, she can’t decorate her older brother’s grave. The grave of Joe C. Garcia, along with thousands of others, is located in France, not far from the location where he died on D-Day while the 101st Airborne Division was parachuting out of […]