Moms gear: Home spa products to pamper yourself

black rice soap

Provided by Harnn The HARNN Exfoliating Black Rice Soap with vegetable carbon helps detoxify and deodorize. It is made from rice bran oil, palm oil, coconut oil, herbs, essential oils, and no preservatives. For all skin types. It is $6.99 for a 3.5 oz. bar at www.harnnusa.com. McClatchy-Tribune HARNN Asian-inspired home spa collection includes products […]

Food at the speed of life: Rice recipe good, simple

Who’s for pork and rice? Clovis News Journal Classified Advertising Manager Leslie Nagy passed along a recipe she remembers her mother making when she was a girl. “As a kid, this was always a ‘feel good’ food,” Leslie said in an e-mail. “As an adult, it is the only kind of rice my 17-year-old daughter […]

July 1-7 Menus

The Landing 11 a.m.: Wednesday: Roast beef and roast turkey Thursday: Teriyaki rice and shrimp fried rice Friday: Closed for holiday Monday: Italian breaded pork chops and lasagna Tuesday: Carved roast beef and roast turkey The Drop Zone 11 a.m.: Wednesday: Fajita philly Thursday: Green chili bacon cheeseburger Friday: Closed for holiday Monday: Club wrap […]

DeCA brings benefits to soldiers

By Tom Philpott: CNJ Columnist On a weekend in early April, Staff Sgt. Ingrid Rice drove to her North Carolina Air National Guard facility in Charlotte and bought $250 worth of groceries at commissary discount prices. After filling one shopping cart and checking out, Rice, a mother of two, returned and shopped again.

Feb. 19, 2008 Recipe of the Day

One of my favorite pork chop dishes was mom’s Pork Chops and Rice. This is all cooked together in a large frying pan. Serves four. PORK CHOPS AND RICE 1 Medium onion, diced 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil Salt and pepper to taste 2 Tablespoons brown sugar 2 8oz cans tomato sauce 1 Cup regular white […]

Feb. 15, 2008 Recipe of the Day

Potluck suppers and picnic lunches are always fun. It gives all of us a chance to sample new dishes. Mom says that whenever she brings the Italian Rice Salad someone is bound to ask for the recipe. ITALIAN RICE SALAD 1 9-ounce box Near East Rice Pilaf cooked according to package directions. Then add: 1/2 […]

Sept. 2 School Menus

Clovis Elementary Monday: Closed for Labor Day. Tuesday: Breakfast — Blueberry sausage pancake on a stick, juice and milk. Lunch — Nachos, salad, Spanish rice, diced peaches, graham crackers and milk. Wednesday: Breakfast — French toast, juice and milk. Lunch — Hawaiian chicken, steamed rice, peas, Jell-O cake, roll and milk. Thursday: Breakfast — Egg […]

Thanksgiving not only about eating

By Clyde Davis: Local Columnist Is there anybody out there who wishes, at this time of year, for wild rice stuffing? C’mon, anybody out there? I don’t mean the type that comes in a box, taking only a few minutes to make. I mean the kind my mom used to make, from the slow-cooking rice. […]

Weddings 8/13

Rice-Anderson Susan Rice and David Anderson were joined in marriage July 1 at St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Urbana, Ill. The bride is the daughter of June Rice of Munroe Falls, Ohio, and the late Alan Munroe. She is a graduate of Stow High School in Ohio. The bridegroom is the son of Wayne […]

Democrats pandering to sense of grievance

By Walter Williams: Syndicated columnist Presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton used Rev. Al Sharpton’s Martin Luther King Jr. birthday celebration to, as Professor Shelby Steele explains, “whistle for the black vote by pandering to the black sense of grievance.” In response to a question from the audience: “I need you to tell us what distinguishes Democrats […]

Rice, Mary “Gussie”

Mary Augusta “Gussie” Rice, 98, died Friday, March 3, 2006, at Sears Nursing Home, Abilene, Texas. She was born Sept. 29, 1907, in Marcelina, Texas, to Leonard and Ella Smith Houck. After graduating from high school in County Line, Texas, she married Lawrence Rice. She lived in Texas until 1950 when her family moved to […]

Condoleezza Rice not intimidated by Democrats

Freedom Newspapers Beyond well-phrased generalities, it is difficult to glean from Condoleezza Rice’s testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee just what kind of foreign policy a second Bush administration is likely to pursue — except that it will be what the president wants it to be. Unfortunately, few of the senators questioning the secretary […]

Black community should applaud Rice

by Walter Williams Condoleezza Rice, President Bush’s national security adviser and now his secretary of state nominee, has been the subject of nasty, demeaning and disrespectful cartoons and commentary. Some of the worst has come from people like Julian Bond, chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, who said on TV’s […]

Can Rice bring bad news when it’s necessary?

Freedom Newspapers What many fear, with the elevation of national security adviser Condoleezza Rice to the position of secretary of state, is that President Bush has surrounded himself so completely with loyal advisers that the administration will hear never a dissenting word. With Colin Powell, who had his own special prestige, gone, the thinking goes, […]

Rice and Clarke 9/11 testimony not too different

Freedom Newspapers National security adviser Condoleezza Rice was everything most people expected her to be — confident, on-message, in full command of a wide array of facts, self-assured and on balance reassuring. Unfortunately, in part because of the limited mission of the Sept. 11 commission to which she offered her testimony, her appearance offered little […]

ENMU survives Pioneers

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Anna Bellum tries to get a kill past Wayland Baptist’s Keitha Tyler during the first game of Tuesday’s match at Greyhound Arena. Photo by Kevin Wilson By Dave Wagner PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team won Tuesday night, but coach Mike Maguire wasn’t impressed. Seemingly on their way to an easy victory […]

Doing their fair share

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Police Explorer LaToya Wright reports to Clovis police officer Lizzie Larsen on the safe return of a lost young girl to her parents during the Curry County Fair on Monday night. Photo by Darrell Todd Maurina. By Gary Mitchell The call came Monday night to the Police Explorers/Clovis Police Department Tag-A-Tot booth at the Curry […]

Roosevelt County Fair wraps in grand style

By Janet Bresenham Where else but the county fair can a contestant take a puppy, a fish, a kitten or even a stuffed animal and win a prize? One of the highlights of the Roosevelt County Fair this was the assortment of children’s events Saturday afternoon, including the Kiwanis Pet Show, the stick horse race, […]