Ticket feature: Sounds of Broadway headlines show

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Courtesy photo The Best of Broadway, taking place 7 p.m. Saturday at Marshall Auditorium, will showcase the songs of Andrew Lloyd Weber. Freedom New Mexico Take a memorable journey from one show-stopping song to the next with The Best of Broadway featuring the Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber Saturday at Marshall Auditorium. The show is […]

Press release: Best of Broadway features songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber

Take a memorable journey from one show-stopping song to the next with The Best of Broadway featuring the Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber, a musical showcase of one of the most prolific and daring composers of all time. Featuring songs from Phantom Of The Opera, Sunset Boulevard, Evita, Cats and Jesus Christ Superstar, audience members […]

Area taxpayers filing earlier this year

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks 2008 Tax forms at the Clovis-Carver Public Library Tuesday, the day before tax day. By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom New Mexico correspondent To tax-filing procrastinators, Lloyd Harrison says “haste makes waste.” These are words of warning from Harrison, a Portales tax preparer with Anchor Accounting. He advises folks to begin early […]

CCC offers digital storytelling class

CNJ staff Clovis Community College is offering a new digital storytelling class in the Spring 2009 semester, which begins Monday. Debbie Purvines, Title IV faculty development specialist, will teach the class. The class will work with digital images, text, audio narration, video and music. Purvines said the class is for people who have photos lying […]

Boeing helps fund college’s program

By CNJ staff A program intended to supply more teachers to public schools received a monetary boost from a well-known military aircraft manufacturer. The Boeing Company donated $10,000 to the Clovis Community College Alternative Teacher Licensure Program Aug. 18, according to officials. The funds will enable the college to fully develop the licensure program, according […]

Former senator’s death ends classic success story

Freedom Newspapers With the passing of former U.S. senator and Treasury Secretary Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. last week, the nation lost someone who was influential on the political stage for more than two decades. As a native of the Rio Grande Valley in Texas, however, Bentsen represented something greater than that. The story of Lloyd […]

Jenkins, Henry

Henry Jenkins, 85, of Portales, died Sunday, March 19, 2006, at Covenant Hospital in Lubbock. Born June 3, 1920, in Berkeley, Calif., to Nettie and Oliver Lloyd Jenkins, he grew up in Berkeley and attended his first two years of college there. He transferred to Oakland Tech, where he completed an engineering degree. He married […]

Hogg, Jewel

Jewel Lavelle Cox Hogg was born Oct. 13, 1916, in Ringwood, Okla., to Edward and Leona Florence Warner Cox. In 1925, the family moved to the Richland community. The country store they owned and operated was moved in 1928 to State Highway 209 and a settlement was founded named Pep. She graduated from Portales High […]

CCC instructor shares love of glass blowing with students

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Justin Adkins, a 23-year-old, part-time glass-blowing instructor at Clovis Community College, demonstrates his craft Monday afternoon in the entryway to the college. (Staff photo: Sharna Johnson) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer His eyes are shielded by dark-colored goggles. He’s seated behind the orange-blue flame of his torch. He begins to shape a bubble from […]

Frost, Lloyd

Lloyd Frost Services: Have been held. Lloyd W. Frost, 84, of San Jon, died Thursday, June 16, 2005, at Albuquerque Regional Medical Center. He was born on March 1, 1921, in Wheatland, to Frank and Ethel Frost. He married Mary Helen Rose on Oct. 22, 1938. They moved from Wheatland to San Jon in 1959. […]