‘Lone Ranger’ was great entertainment

Glenda Price remembers the days of radio. “We could only get a few stations, but after school on certain days we could hear ‘The Lone Ranger,’ and sometimes there were mystery stories on,” she reports. See her entire column in the Opinion section. • • • Want to participate in questions and answers with the editors? Email […]

You gotta love cowboys

Cowboys are not known for their romantic side. Glenda Price explains the cowboy way. Look for her column in the Opinion section. • • • Need a little inspiration? Try our quote of the day: Quotable

Candidate forums coming up this month

CNJ staff Two minority organizations are hosting a candidate forum from 6-8 p.m. Monday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and League of United Latin American Citizens will host a question and answer forum with all municipal election candidates running for office, said […]

Price is right

“New Mexico Stockman” humor columnist Glenda Price will be joining cnjonline.com beginning next month. The Mesilla Park woman writes about “country living.” She’s sort of a female Baxter Black. We plan to publish her column in our bi-monthly “Farm and Ranch” magazine in addition to the online slot. More details coming soon. • • • […]

Nov. 28, 1948

A one-room furnished apartment located at 320 Edwards could be rented for $5 a week. … Maytag washing machines, ranging in price from $134.95 to $189.95, could be purchased at the Maytag Electric Shop, 110 Main Street. … A slideshow featuring 57 color slides entitled “China’s Changing West” was scheduled to be shown at Trinity […]

Financing food getting trickier

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CNJ Staff Photo Illustration: Liliana Castillo By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico This morning, your bowl of cereal and milk probably cost you 49 cents. Last year, it was 44 cents. By next year, it could be 56 cents. It’s enough to make you cry in your cornflakes. The forces behind the rise in food […]

Sept. 26, 1931

An anteater that escaped from the zoo was captured at the J.W. Smallwood farm, one mile north of the zoo. … A. Hefner, magnetic masseur located on Gidding Street, reduced his price of treatments from $14 a week to $10 a week. … Manager Russell Hardwick’s announcement that the Lyceum Theatre was going to sponsor […]

Anti-drug package will only worsen problem in Mexico

By Freedom Newspapers President Bush confirmed last week, at the U.S.-Canada-Mexico “summit” meeting, that the U.S. is planning a “robust” aid package to help Mexico combat the illegal drug trade. There is little question Mexico is experiencing a tragic wave of violence as various drug cartels battle among themselves and with the federales. But throwing […]

Aug. 5, 2007 Letters to the Editor

Send message; buy gas in Texas There is a foul odor in Clovis, and that is the price of gasoline. If Farwell stations can sell gas for $2.89 a gallon (and sometimes less), does anyone really believe it costs 30 cents to haul it 10 miles to Clovis? There is price fixing in Clovis. If […]

Expert: Wheat farmers report abundant yield

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CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Lennis Dunn empties grain out of his combine. He said the grain will be sold to AGP Grain Marketing, a buyer they have dealt with for years. “We’re kind of a loyal bunch,” he said. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Hoyt Pattison, 77, disappeared with some tools inside his […]