Press release: Listeria outbreak tracked to at least one Colorado grower

Jensen Farms, of Holly, Colo., is voluntarily recalling their shipments of Rocky Ford whole cantaloupe because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria. The company is working with the State of Colorado and the Federal Food & Drug Administration to inform consumers of this recall. L. monocytogenes is a bacterium that can contaminate […]

Cantaloupe voluntary recall issued

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks David Figueroa, store manager of Lowe’s Supermarket in Clovis, stocks California cantaloupes Tuesday in his produce department. California cantaloupe are not being associated with a deadly Listeria outbreak that state and federal health officials say they have traced to fruit from the Rocky Ford region of southeastern Colorado. Robin Fornoff […]

ENMU mulling Rocky Mountain invite

Rick White PORTALES — As the only non-Texas or non-Oklahoma school, Eastern New Mexico University spends long hours traveling around the Lone Star Conference. Not much would change if ENMU accepted an invitation to join the Colorado-heavy Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for the 2012 season. “We’ve been a member of the Lone Star Conference for […]

Press release: ENMU invited to join Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

PORTALES, N.M.— Eastern New Mexico University has received an official invitation from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Committee to join their conference effective the fall term of 2012. The Institution has been a member of the Lone Star Conference for the past 25 years. Eastern New Mexico’s President Steve Gamble has appointed the University’s Athletic Committee […]

Ticket feature: Biker rally fundraiser set

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File photo The Kick Start bike rally which will take place on Main Street from Second to Fourth streets and run from Grand Avenue to Mitchell streets. It starts Friday evening and continues through Saturday. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Bikers and kids are a combination that never fails, according to Rocky Martin who […]

Farm bill workshop set for Tuesday

CNJ Staff The Rocky Mountain Farmers Union is holding a 7 p.m. workshop today at K-Bob’s Steakhouse regarding the Farm Bill, according to a press release from the Union. National Farmers Union President Tom Bius will give an overview of the bill and experts from commodity groups, government, rural development and insurance will talked about […]

In tribute: Friend’s helping hands will be missed

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Friends and family agree — Rocky Horton would give you whatever help you needed, whether it was a hand, some money, or even a toilet. On Dec. 23, he gave his life. Horton, 44, died in an accident while doing plumbing for a friend in need in Farwell. Childhood […]

Zias drop first two matches

Freedom Newspapers CANYON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team got off to a rocky start under first-year coach Kim Falkenhagen Friday, losing twice in three games each on the first day of West Texas A&M’s Lady Buff Classic. ENMU lost to Incarnate Word 30-19, 30-28, 30-23 in its first match before bowing […]

Zias absorb two defeats in tourney

CNJ staff CANYON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team got off to a rocky start under first-year coach Kim Falkenhagen Friday, losing twice in three games each on the first day of West Texas A&M’s Lady Buff Classic. ENMU lost to Incarnate Word 30-19, 30-28, 30-23 in its first match before bowing […]

Slow, steady wins race

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Sterling Muse, 7, of Clovis gets ready for the start of the Great American Turtle Race Saturday at the Curry County Fairgrounds. In the end, he didn’t win the race, but said he can’t wait until next time. By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer Max Whitaker had trained his turtle, […]

When we clean the environment, parks will benefit

Freedom Newspapers Wouldn’t it be great if we could place our national parks in hermetically sealed bubbles, keeping them separate and apart from the less-pristine world, like snow globes on a mantle? That isn’t possible, of course, given the dynamic and interconnected quality of the natural world — so let’s stop pretending it is when […]

Gottwald, Jim

Jim Gottwald Services: Have been held. Mr. Jim Gottwald, 57, of Clovis, died Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2004, in Albuquerque. He was born on Aug. 14, 1947, in Madera, Calif., to John and Hellen Lowry Gottwald. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He loved to work on, look at and talk […]