Some people leave world too soon

By Clyde Davis: Columnist It’s not usually the purpose of this column to raise, nor to attempt to answer, existential questions. I much prefer leaving the great, and unresolvable, issues of life to others with more space and more time. Like most of us in our contexts, my own life is more consumed with loving […]

Former Clovis legislator champions education

By Mike Linn: CNJ news editor He was an advocate of education, a man who symbolized strength in the midst of disease, calm in the wind of anxiety, and perseverance in the throes of doubt. Diagnosed with lupus at 18, former state Rep. Mario Urioste spent much of his life battling a disease that broke […]