Hounds expect to sign 25-30 prospects

Dave Wagner First-year Eastern New Mexico University football coach Josh Lynn anticipates signing 25-30 players today on national signing day. “The emphasis is obviously on the offensive and defensive lines,” Lynn said. “We got real aggressive with New Mexico and west Texas kids.” Lynn said he originally didn’t anticipate a large first-day signing group. “We’re […]

Curry County Cats pull away in second half

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Las Cruces defensive back Leslie Adams lifts Curry County Cats running back Raymond Chisum on his tackle in the second quarter of Saturday’s New Mexico Premier League game at Leon Williams Stadium. By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Josh Bryan thought he’d had enough of football when he went to […]

Prock not intimidated by situation

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Josh Prock isn’t intimidated by the prospect of taking over a program that went unbeaten and won a national championship in 2007-08. In fact, he’s looking forward to it. On Friday, the 30-year-old graduate of Clovis High was named women’s basketball coach at Howard Payne University in Brownwood, Texas. […]

Body of missing Fort Sumner man discovered

CNJ staff State Park officials recovered the body of a missing Fort Sumner man at Sumner Lake about 7:40 p.m. Wednesday, according to Fort Sumner Mayor and family friend Juan Chavez. Josh Kenyon’s body surfaced about 600 yards from shore in roughly the same spot in which he disappeared Sunday evening while jet skiing, Chavez […]

12-7-07 Passing through

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Name: Josh Atkinson Hometown: Lubbock Traveling to: On his way to Lubbock after taking a trip to Albuquerque. Thoughts on Clovis: “I think it’s the best town between Lubbock and Albuquerque.”

Cats post win over Carlsbad

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle Clovis’ Parker Wood beats the throw home to score the first of two third-inning runs in the Wildcats’ 2-1 win over Carlsbad on Saturday at Bell Park. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer It’s only the summer season and traditional power Carlsbad appears to be rebuilding, if not reloading. Still, […]

Railroad changed early-day Portales valley

By Don McAlavy: Local Columnist This is part of a story written by Rose White, an unofficial, but unanimously recognized historian of Roosevelt County. She takes us back to the cowboy and nester days. She wrote: “The ranchers who moved into the pre-Portales area found that they and their cowboys were the only settlers nearer […]

1/29 Mesa Elementary Honor Roll

Third Grade A Honor Roll: Emily Alley, Jill Casillas, Sam Davis, Julio Garcia, Tanner Geisler, Josh Harris, Robyn Howe, Dalton Kroeger, Taylor Lund, John Massey, Marshall Moore, Mason Odom, Anna Patterson, Josh Pyeatt, Kyle Schwartz, Mackenzie Smith, Aaron Stansell, MacKenzie Taylor, Nellie Toliver, Myca Ward, Courtney Warner, Shaylee Warner, Devon Weselek, Destiny Williams, Siani Winslow […]

Sports have no comparison to war

By Steve Chapman: Syndicated Columnist The other day, I was walking past the TV just as someone lamented, in a weary voice, “It was a war out there.” But this was not an American Marine in Baghdad. It was not a Special Forces soldier in Afghanistan. It was not a human rights worker in Darfur. […]

Hammond, Margie

Margie Hammond Services: Have been held. Mrs. Margie Prather Hammond, 77, of Mount Pleasant, Texas, died Saturday, March 19, 2005, at her home. She was born on May 5, 1927, in Crowell, Texas, to Jack and Bonnie Prather. She was preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Mildred Cornelious; and two brothers, “Pecos” and […]