E-mail offers easy to refuse

By Clyde Davis: CNJ Columnist In this, the age of technology on a personal level (in other words, PCs, texting and so on), many of us might want to work on a list for the new year — not of what we would like to accomplish, but what we don’t want. Examples might be randomly […]

AAA offers free New Year’s rides

CNJ staff On New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day, intoxicated drivers will have another way to get home besides getting behind the wheel of a car. AAA Texas/New Mexico is once again offering its “Tipsy Tow” program to members and non-members alike. From 6 p.m. New Year’s Eve through midnight the following night, drivers […]

Dec. 21, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Chain of Blame: How Wall Street Caused the Mortgage and Credit Crisis by Paul Muolo chronicles the most critical financial disaster of our times, showing readers what happened, who is responsible, and what lies ahead. Death Swatch by Laura Childs offers just the right blend […]

Swim offers travel back in time

By Clyde Davis: CNJ columnist First, I need to make an update on the domestic violence bike ride. I’ve been in contact with a number of local riders and the final plan goes like this. In order to go in conjunction with Hartley House events at Clovis Community College (fun run and walk against domestic […]

Field day offers farmers insight on crops

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Mark Marsalis, NMSU agronomist, explains the difference between corn and sorghum Thursday during the NMSU’s annual Field Day at the Agricultural Science Center in Clovis. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico New Mexico State University Science Center held its annual field day on Thursday — a sort of show and […]

County fair offers entertainment

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Courtesy photo: Jim Hogg Professional arenacross driver Cody Elkins will perform stunts during the halftime of the arenacross main event Saturday at the Roosevelt County Fair. Freedom New Mexico The Roosevelt County Fair has an array of live entertainment available. The week’s entertainment includes bands such as Blackwater and the Fireballs. It culminates Saturday with […]

Closure offers time for reflection

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist They tell me I may very well have been the last authorized “civilian” allowed to go over the now-closed Hull Street Bridge.

Baseball players earn praise

In case you missed it: Portales News-Tribune Managing Editor Karl Terry offers encouraging words for Roosevelt All-Stars:

Silver screen offers plenty of heroes

By Clyde Davis: CNJ Columnist “Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer by this son of York.” So begins the Shakespearean play, Richard III, as the misanthropic and misshapen title character vents his ambiguous response to his brother’s attainment of the throne. Anybody who has been exposed to this drama knows that […]

If you camp near bears …

New Mexico’s Department of Game and Fish offers these suggestions if you camp near bears:

If you see a bear …

New Mexico’s Department of Game and Fish offers these suggestions if you see a bear while camping:

Education Feature: Computer lab offers bilingual opportunity

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Trinity Segura was brought on at Lincoln-Jackson Family Center as the computer lab manager. Segura said she often works with patrons through lessons in the Rosetta Stone Program. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Seven years of dual-language classes at La Casita Elementary School weren’t enough for Chautauqua Acy. Acy, […]

Unchecked power should be concern to all

Freedom New Mexico The release Tuesday of an 81-page memorandum written in March 2003 on the use of rough interrogation techniques by the military offers a disturbing insight into the mindset of all too many Bush administration operatives during the early years of the vague and misnamed “war on terror.”

Glenda Bly offers ‘King Bill’ commentary

Letter writer Glenda Bly can “barely stop laughing” over “King Bill’s” endorsement of Barack Obama. Sunday’s CNJ will have at least three letters to the editor. • • • Have you participated in our Web poll lately? To access it, click on “More features” below or follow the link:

Just a bun, please

After a lifetime of “eating the bun,” Sharna Johnson offers her FAQ with answers for those who don’t understand.

Not all jokes aimed at Spitzer

Comedian Argus Hamilton offers a couple of one-liners today that have nothing to do with Eliot Spitzer. To access the column, click on “More features” below or follow the link: http://www.cnjonline.com/sections/editors-notebook/argushamilton/ • • • March 23 is the one-year anniversary of the deadly tornado that ripped through eastern New Mexico. Our newsroom staffs are planning […]

What’s on

Looking for something good on TV? Staff writer Kevin Wilson offers a daily suggestion:

Maybe worth the drive?

Gas prices were about 20 cents per gallon cheaper in Farwell than Clovis on Monday night. The Allsup’s in Farwell was at $2.799 per gallon, compared $2.999 at most Clovis stations. • • • Mainline Bowl owner Phil Wood said he expects the bowling alley to open Monday after months of extensive reconstruction. Home to […]

Volunteer opportunity: Retired and senior volunteer program

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program offers a wide variety of opportunities for older adults. Information: 763-6009

Oct. 7 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Cowboy Style by Chase Ewald showcases examples of the newest Western décor, furnishings, fixtures, fabrics, and construction materials that celebrate the region and its traditions. A Threat to Justice by Chuck Norris offers more action-packed historical fiction from America’s favorite action hero in a Western […]