Gas protesters uncertain of results

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer There is no way to know for sure whether or not Saturday’s grassroots gas boycott was successful, said Katherine Null and Irene Tucker. The neighbors tried their hardest to freeze the fuel flow at local pumps. Fed up with the record-high gas prices, Tucker and Null said they passed […]

Apartment life is more than location

By Grant McGee I moved out of my groovy disc jockey pad last week. The pad was a one-bedroom apartment smack dab in downtown Clovis. Some of my compadres wondered at my choice of living quarters because of its location. “Look,” I said, “there’s new carpet, a new hot water heater, new refrigerator, it’s been […]

Neighbors pitch in to help fight blaze

By Darrell Todd Maurina As Wayne Palla saw thick smoke rising over his two-story house north of Clovis, he gathered up his tools and went out along with other neighbors to help the firefighters. “Everybody really chipped in,” Palla said. “I think that’s one of the benefits of living in a rural community — everybody […]

Clovis should respect country neighbors

Letters to the Editor How would you feel if someone pulled up into your yard, opened your gate, went in and started shooting birds? What if they drove by, pulled over and threw out a sack of trash or left an old recliner or a Christmas tree in your yard? How would you feel? Not […]

North Korea’s neighbors could be best control

Freedom Newspapers Only a few years ago, a meeting of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation countries would have focused on good intentions about making trade freer and more open. The fact this meeting is dominated by talk of North Korea and terrorism underlines not only the preoccupations of the Bush administration but also how the world […]