Education digest —

Seven students win scholarships Seven local students have won scholarships to Texas Tech University. Clovis seniors Rustin Harris and Kelsey Young and Farwell seniors Clayton White and Landry Actkinson won the Presidents’ Gold Scholarship. Clovis senior Bryan Wygant won the Presidents’ Platinum Scholarship. Clovis senior Samantha Myers won the LP and L IMPACT Scholarship. Texico […]

Honors — Feb. 27

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Submitted by Elks Pictured left to right: (front) Miss New Mexico Madison Tabet, (back) Jasmine Gannon, Rayelle Rivale and Haley Garcia. Lam New Mexico’s president Lee Ann Lam of Clovis, a member of Ledbetter-McReynolds Auxiliary No. 3015, was honored during the National Mid-Year Conference of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars of […]

Education digest — Feb. 17

Schools closed for holiday The following area schools are closed Monday in observance of Presidents’ Day: • Clovis Municipal Schools • Eastern New Mexico University • Melrose Municipal Schools • Clovis Christian School • Portales Municipal Schools

Two schools holding make-up days on Presidents Day

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Marshall Middle School English teacher Leslie Chavez works on a lesson with her seventh-grade students. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Two schools in eastern New Mexico will be holding classes on Presidents Day to make up for snow day closures. Logan and Portales’ schools will be in session Monday […]

ENMU Closed for Presidents’ Day

Lincoln remains most influential of past presidents

Today we celebrate the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. He is the most widely honored president, certainly by Americans, and probably throughout the world. Despite everything that has been written about him, Lincoln remains a mystery. He was a quintessential politician: He would keep his word until it was expedient not to. He would […]

Presidents Day Closings

In observance of Presidents Day, local banks and credit unions will be closed, with the exception of Wells Fargo Bank, which will remain open. City personnel offices, Clovis-Carver Library, Clovis Municipal Schools, Eastern New Mexico University campus and the United States Postal Service also will be closed. The Clovis News Journal will remain open.

Stamp trooper

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Staff photo: Andy DeLisle Nick Csakan of Clovis was enlisted to help draw attention to Friday’s release of the new Star Wars stamps at the Clovis Post Office on Gidding Street. In the past, postal works have dressed as muppets and presidents for a stamp release, according to Postmaster John Yeast.

ENMU president: Schools’ missions different

Staff and wire reports ALBUQUERQUE — New Mexico State President Michael Martin says if he’s going to be in the big leagues, he has to play like it. Eastern New Mexico University’s Steven Gamble insists his school is playing a different game. Martin and New Mexico Tech President Daniel Lopez were the two biggest spenders […]

Banquet to celebrate momentum

By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer Past presidents of the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce will be honored at this year’s annual banquet set for Friday night at the Landing on Cannon Air Force Base. The event will open at 6:30 p.m. with a past presidents’ reception to honor those who laid the foundation for […]