CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Karl Korff holds one of his two dachshunds Bear Hunting. Bear Hunting is a male long-haired dachshund and was rescued by Korff. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico Long legs, svelte lines, built for speed and ready to chase wild rabbits or birds in the countryside for miles. These are […]
After years of personal observation I am ready to reveal the real, true code of the West. Here it is: “Don’t ever admit you’re hurt.” We all know the guy who gets bucked off on his c
Ready to bid Glenda Bly goodbye I’m always a little perplexed that frequent letter writer Glenda Bly, who lives in Farwell, Texas, is so determined to criticize our New Mexico city and state governments. Perhaps when Texas secedes from the Union, she will really be able to live in her beloved Republic of Texas. Of […]
By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico One new Eastern New Mexico University graduate is standing on a foundation of math and getting ready to leap into linguistics. “I’m excited,” said Allison Sanderson, who is from Edgewood. Sanderson said she is sad to be leaving the people she met in Portales, but is excited about what […]
Wayne Marshall will take over as Clovis High principal in July. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Wayne Marshall likes a challenge. In his life, he’s been a member of the Air Force, cycled cross country, been an elementary school teacher and a principal at two grade levels. For his next challenge, Marshall will take […]
By 27th Special Operations Comptroller Squadron Beginning Monday, the days of waiting weeks to complete a PCS inprocessing voucher for active duty airmen members will will end for airmen here. The Permanent Change of Station Inprocessing System will be ready for use. PIPS offers a secure, paperless way to submit PCS-related financial documents with automated […]
By Curtis K. Shelburne In the event of a disaster, I am now ready. I think. I don’t suppose I’ll know until I’m faced with one. But I just installed software to back up my computer and create a disk for “Disaster Recovery.” So now all I need is a disaster. For a moment or […]
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks ENMU coach Phil Clabaugh gives junior Ethan Wagner a few pointers after he leaves the batting cage during Friday’s practice. The Greyhounds open the 2008 season today. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Veteran Eastern New Mexico University baseball coach Phil Clabaugh said there’s one potential alibi the […]
Courtesy photo John M. Montano said giving his father a kidney is the least he can do after all his father has done for the family. The two are scheduled to undergo a transplant procedure in October. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer For the last few months, John M. Montano has been spending a […]
By Jon Marks: Special to the CNJ PHILADELPHIA — Move over Brian Urlacher. There’s a fellow New Mexican who may be about to share the NFL spotlight. In his third season in the NFL, Clovis’ Hank Baskett is expected to see significant playing time while the Philadelphia Eagles top two receivers that are sidelined with […]
Courtesy photo The Dining Hall-Airman Center is expected to be ready for furnishing by the end of the year, according to Cannon officials. By Gabriel Monte: Cannon Connections Cannon officials are consolidating dining, recreation and services venues in one 28,000-square-foot building in anticipation of more airmen coming to Cannon Air Force Base. Informally called the […]
Freedom New Mexico: Karl Terry First-year Zias coach Ray Nause gives junior Samantha Lawrence from Roswell Goddard direction on positioning during practice Thursday at Eastern New Mexico University. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — For the first time since the program’s inception in 2003, the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team has […]
By Clyde Davis: CNJ Columnist October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. Though seemingly not right around the corner, it may in fact be so, at least for the purposes of this column. The reason I say that is I plan to issue an invitation, or a challenge, and it may involve you, the readers who […]
CNJ staff The state Public Education Department will release the 2008 Adequate Yearly Progress Reports on Friday, according to a department press release. The report is a No Child Left Behind yardstick used to measure student’s reading and math skills. Eight Clovis schools and two Portales schools did not meet academic proficiency last year.
Ready to go back to school?
CNJ staff New Mexico students are getting ready to go back to school. But first they’re getting ready to go shopping for back-to-school supplies. And this weekend, those back-to-school purchases will be tax free. This Friday, Saturday and Sunday will mark the fourth year for the tax holiday. Gov. Bill Richardson said in a press […]
Friday is the deadline to nominate an outstanding education graduate for Eastern New Mexico University’s Hall of Honors.
Cannon Connections: Tony Bullocks Andrew Marhefka of Clovis swims across the pool as part of a recent lifeguard training program at the Clovis Aquatic Center. The Liberty Pool at Cannon Air Force Base opens May 24. By Janet Bresenham, Cannon Connections Eric Kirby, the aquatic director for Liberty Pool at Cannon Air Force Base, is […]
New Mexico’s Democrats and Republicans have their own Web sites, if you’d like to get ready for the June 3 primaries:
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Lavonn Guthals of Clovis prunes her rose bushes Thursday afternoon in her backyard. Guthals said that gardening is a hobby she has enjoyed for years. By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom New Mexico Local gardeners recommend folks wait until after April 15 to start their spring planting. However, it’s not too early […]