What's Happening: Dec. 30 — Jan. 5

Friday Zumba Nights 5:30 p.m. Youth Center

Frontyard game made me tough

Karl Terry As the days get shorter and the nights a lot cooler it’s time to put our ball gloves aside and pick up our pigskin preoccupation. I’ve been fortunate to spend a good number of seasons on the sidelines at a high school football game even though the last time I played was in […]

Coach Roanhaus wins 300th

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Freedom New Mexico: Tony Bullocks Clovis head coach Eric Roanhaus sends in a play with senior wide receiver Corbin Best in Friday’s game against Alamogordo. Clovis beat Alamogordo 40-0 for Roanhaus’ 300th win. Kevin Wilson Cannon blasts filled the air, as they have so often on Clovis Friday nights, and the fireworks lighted the night […]

Open mic nights first step for aspiring artists

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist Why is the idea of holding an open mike event important to local singer/songwriter Jane (Begley)? said “That’s how I got started. That was the first time I sang publicly — at an open mike in Louisville, Ky.” As a result, the acoustic musician was hired to perform at a […]

Bronchos start hot, beat Greyhounds

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Freedom New Mexico: Mickey Winfield Greyhound junior guard Dannon Wafter puts up an off-balance shot during Saturday afternoon’s game at Greyhound Arena against Central Oklahoma. The Hounds lost to Central Oklahoma 78-59. Wafter tallied eight points and a game-high 10 rebounds. CNJ Staff After absorbing its first loss of the season two nights earlier at […]

Fair provides evening entertainment

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Courtesy photo: Danny Duran Stoney LaRue combines country, blues, and rock for his vocal performances. LaRue will perform on Saturday at the Curry County Fair Freedom New Mexico The Curry County Fair is finishing its six nights of live music with Kene Terry and Stoney LaRue on Saturday night. Portales’ Kene Terry, an alternative country […]

Sacrifices different for everybody

By Helena Rodriguez: CNJ Columnist Since I was a child, Lent has been that time of year that we pick something we really like and then torture ourselves, and those around us, going without it for 40 long days and nights. After all, if Jesus could survive in the desert for 40 days and nights […]

7/21 Ticket Calendar

All times Mountain Clovis High Plains Junior Rodeo Finals — Through Saturday at Curry County Mounted Patrol Arena. Information: 763-3435. Castleman Comedy Hypnosis Show — 7 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Lyceum Theatre. Tickets $7 before show, $10 day of. Information: TimothyCastleman@yahoo.com. Santa Fe Antiques Ranch Show — 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and […]

Tradition plays huge part in Passover festival

By Darrell Todd Maurina: CNJ staff writer While most Christians in the Clovis area are preparing to celebrate Easter, a few area residents observed the far more ancient Jewish festival of Passover on Monday night and Tuesday. “In the Jewish religion, family is intertwined with the religion. There really is no separation of the religion […]

If you see me singing, don’t be surprised

Judy Brandon: Local columnist I meditate at times on the sovereign power of God and the depth of his love. I stand amazed that he loves me. Before I doubt my faith, I realize that I am not alone; these thoughts have been the thoughts of many throughout the ages. One of Job’s friends reminded […]