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Brewer Jeep hopes to remain open as Brewer Mitsubishi

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis’ Brewer Jeep is one of four New Mexico Chrysler dealers on the closure list released by Chrysler LLC on Thursday. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Don Brewer isn’t planning to just roll over and stop selling Jeeps. Clovis’ Brewer Jeep is one of 789 Chrysler dealerships nationwide targeted […]

March 1, 2009 Honors

Duke University The following student was named to the dean’s list or the dean’s list with distinction at Duke University for the Fall 2008 semester. This student was among 2,313 students who achieved that honor. • Tyla Megan Fowler of Clovis. Fowler is a senior at Trinity College, majoring in International Comparative Studies, with concentrations […]

Red hat in gray-suit world

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist “By the way, I’m not doing Christmas cards. If you want them sent, you’ll have to do it.” According to Sam Gardner in Philip Gulley’s delightful “Harmony” series, it was the same “fight” every year. Sam, pastor of the Harmony Friends’ Meeting (Quaker church) would buy four boxes of […]

First Person: World traveler returns to roots

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Retirement for David Griffin means taking care of his honey-do list. Liliana Castillo David Griffin traveled across the world while serving in the Air Force. He enjoyed England, where he met his wife, the beaches in Spain and California. But when he retired out of Cannon Air Force Base, he […]

Police chief finalists down to three

CNJ staff The list of police chief finalists is down to three, City Manager Joe Thomas said on Friday. Face-to-face interviews will be conducted Monday with Interim Police Chief Michael Ingram of Clovis and Steven Sanders of Northglenn, Colo., Thomas said. Jan Cary, of Titusville, Fla., will be interviewed Friday, he said. Thomas said a […]

Free at the fair

Editor David Stevens has compiled a list of “stuff you can get for free at the Roosevelt County Fair.”

Ag Sense: Dairy farmers dedicated to land

While there has been much to do in the news in regards to dairying, it is important to understand that dairy farmers in New Mexico are strictly regulated and required to comply with a long list of environmental regulations before they are even allowed to produce milk. It is also important to understand that these […]

USDA releases recall list

Staff and wire reports The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a list Thursday of all school districts nationwide that received beef included in last month’s recall of 143 million pounds from a California slaughterhouse. Those districts include several from the area previously reported, plus some not previously listed: Clovis, Portales, Melrose, Grady, Texico, Logan, San […]

March 23, 2008 Honors

Wayland Baptist University Wayland Baptist University-Clovis campus recently released its list of 37 students who have been named to the President’s List and the Dean’s List for the 2007-08 Winter Term.Twenty-six area students achieved distinction on the President’s List. They include: Kathy Adams, Summer Black, Jamie Cooper, Renee Dettman, Darla Falkner, Thanongsak “Charlie” Gentry, Ivan […]

Local veteran seeks to create list of area veterans

By Sarah Meyer, CNJ staff writer A retired U.S. Navy officer believes veterans should get more acknowledgment for their service. To that end, Richard Robertson, a retired chief petty officer and now director of the Retiree Activities Program at Cannon Air Force Base, hopes to compile a list of all veterans in a five-county area. […]

Feb. 10, 2008 Honor Rolls

Eastern New Mexico University The following area students were recognized for having made Eastern New Mexico University’s Dean’s Honor Roll for the fall 2007 semester. Melrose — Jamie K. Dickerman, Brynna R. Kos, Robin D’Nae Reed, Kimberlee A Smith Texico — Stephanie L. Bailey, Alexandra Denea Brooks, Melissa M. Freitas, Lacy Dene Price, Gabriel J. […]

Community officials present capital outlay requests

By Gabriel Monte City, county and other community organization representatives presented state legislators with a $20 million capital outlay wish list Friday at the Legislative Breakfast. About 100 people attended the breakfast held at the Norman & Vi Petty Rock n’ Roll Museum at the Chamber of Commerce building. State Sens. Clint Harden, Gay Kernan […]

$1 million allocated for effluent pipeline

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer The city is earmarking about $1 million for the effluent reuse pipeline project. City commissioners voted unanimously during a special meeting Wednesday to designate a portion of the Infrastructure Gross Receipt Tax earmarked for water projects to the pipeline project. Commissioners also made a $9.8 million capital outlay project […]

ENMU sees less-than-rosy immediate future

By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University administration and regents participated in a little crystal-ball gazing at Friday’s regular meeting and saw tougher times ahead for their budget. Officials from all three campuses presented their preliminary 2008-2009 budgets that have to be submitted to the state’s Higher Education Department. “We have no idea […]

Democrats didn’t do nearly enough to stop earmarks

By Freedom Newspapers Congressional Democrats, attempting to make good on their pledge to be more fiscally responsible than ousted Republicans, actually eliminated pork-barrel earmarks from spending bills the GOP left unfinished. As well, rules were changed to require members, for the first time, to identify their earmarks, in the hope that more transparency might shame […]

Wildlife service drops ball in case of bald eagles

By Freedom Newspapers You would think the government would be eager to boast about the success. The American bald eagle, which had dwindled to 500 nesting pairs in the 1960s, has recovered from the brink of extinction. Maybe that means the Endangered Species Act, under which animals threatened with extinction are placed on a “threatened” […]

Not all cartoons are suitable for children

By Clyde Davis: Local Columnist I’ve always been, and still am, a strong believer that the key to censorship lies in your rights, my rights, as a parent, to turn off the TV set, radio or other offending instrument. I have recently, however, become more aware of some of the challenges facing us. I guess […]

Spouse’s return causes frenzy

By Anita Doberman: Lifestyles Columnist My husband recently came back from a deployment. I was anxious to welcome him back home, and the days leading up to his arrival were filled with expectations and work. I wanted to accomplish all the things on my to-do list, making everything and everyone appear as far from chaos […]

Informed minority better than uninformed masses

By Ned Cantwell: State Columnist The reason I don’t drive a fancy Lexus or jet off to Europe on regular weekend getaways, I guess, is because I can’t come up with the revolutionary idea, the million-dollar brainstorm that will change how people live or how society conducts itself. Worse than that, I am not sure […]