Music to our ears

Promotion for the 2008 Clovis Music Festival is under way. Check out the new Web site: Clovis Music Festival

Tools help plan financial success

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: Everybody’s Business Analyzing financial ratios is a tool business owners can use to grow and sustain the business. There are many financial ratios that can be used to make management decisions, such as the debt-to-equity (net worth) ratio. The debt-to-equity ratio will provide business owners with information on whether to add capital […]

Farm bill lacking reform promised

By Freedom New Mexico Democrats took control of Congress vowing to take a fresh look at wasteful programs and spending priorities. The expiration of the federal farm program — it has to be renewed every five years — was a golden opportunity to put some substance behind those promises. Crop prices are high, and farmers […]

Rattlers get past Hounds

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — St. Mary’s scored three unanswered goals in the second half and pulled away to a 4-2 men’s soccer victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Sunday. The loss was the third in a row for the Greyhounds (3-4). The Rattlers (4-2) scored in the eighth minute when senior Funmilola Dada […]

CHS VOLLEYBALL: Lady Cats notch win at Carlsbad

CNJ staff CARLSBAD — The Clovis Lady Wildcats continued their march toward a District 4-5A regular-season title Tuesday night with a 25-23, 25-11, 23-25, 25-19 victory over Carlsbad. Clovis (10-8, 2-0 district 4-5A) senior setter Britni Montague recorded 23 assists and nine blocks on the night, as the Cavegirls could not gain any offensive momentum. […]

Government should let Web regulate itself

Freedom Communications Inc. The cost of cable TV could get cheaper if a bill that passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday becomes law. HR5252 would allow phone companies, such as Verizon, “to get television franchises by applying to the Federal Communications Commission rather than by negotiating them one by one with thousands of […]

4-2 Reunions

CHS band reunion A reunion for former Clovis High School students who were band members between 1956 and 1969 is scheduled for June 16 and 17 in Clovis. The event will begin with dinner at 6 p.m. on June 16 at Chaparral Country Club. Brunch June 17 will be from 10 a.m. to noon at […]

Business Briefs 1/27

Business leaders from around the state will attend Business Day today in Santa Fe at the Eldorado Hotel. Business spokespeople will summarize key issues that will be lobbied for by the New Mexico business community during the 2004 Legislative session. Speakers will include Gov. Bill Richardson, Speaker of the House Ben Lujan, House Minority Leader […]

Head ‘em up and move ‘em out on the old Chisholm Trail

Tom DiFrancesca Last week, I ended my column by mentioning Glen Seeber’s Internet endeavors. Glen is the news editor for the Clovis News Journal. So, as promised, I’m here with the scoop. The Chisholm Trail — after hearing or reading those words, I immediately picture in my mind, long arduous cattle drives, men who receive […]

State legislators get Christmas in July

By Ned Cantwell It is now officially illegal to hate in the state of New Mexico if one commits a crime based on that hate. Hate is also a biblical no-no. Interesting thought: If people paid attention to what’s in the Good Book, would we need legislators? New Mexico legislators, though, certainly do adhere to […]