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CNJ staff The Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce is publishing a 2011 Summer Events brochure highlighting area community events that are open to the public. Send information from events from May to September to Rana Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org. The submission deadline is 5 p.m. Friday. Information: 763-3435.
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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Elijio Sena of Clovis, right, makes adjustment to the turnbuckle to tighten the ropes of the ring while Andy Birch of Clovis checks the status of the rope being tighten across the ring. Sena is a six-time state champion in the super-heavyweight division and will be making his last Golden […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Send lawyers There a free legal fair from 11:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Curry County courthouse. Free consultation with Attorneys and Civil Legal Service Providers for such things as divorce, estates, unemployment, real estate and criminal law. Question of the day […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Landall Goolsby picks copies of “500 Days of Summer” of the shelves of his movie store Landall’s Box Office to send to airmen overseas. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer The Goolsbys sent 1,600 movies to airmen overseas last year and their goal is to break that record. Landall Goolsby […]
Washington, DC – Today, the Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights passed the House of Representatives. Rep. Ben Ray Luj
The New Mexican Days remaining in session: 21 Penalizing paperwork: The House has approved a measure (HB367) that would reduce the amount of paperwork that state agencies can send to lawmakers. It puts some teeth into a current law that puts a five-page limit on what agencies can send to lawmakers, with a few exceptions.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall today applauded news that President Obama had signed into law an economic recovery package that will send more than $1.6 billion to New Mexico. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will send $1.1 billion to the state through formula grants — funds that will flow on […]
CNJ staff PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s rodeo team finished its regular season with four members qualifying for the College National Finals Rodeo, scheduled for June 15-21 in Casper, Wyo. Senior Jared Green placed fourth in bareback riding with a total score of 150 at last weekend’s Tarleton State Rodeo in Stephenville, […]
By Judy Brandon: Local columnist As a child I was involved in Sunbeams at church. Sunbeams was a mission organization for children. We sang about being a sunbeam for Jesus and bringing light into the world. When my family moved from Kansas City to New Mexico, one lady was saying goodbye to my parents and […]
Does Bill Richardson leaving the presidential race affect how you plan to cast your vote in November? Leave your answer in the comment section below. Send question suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Our church’s 75th anniversary is coming up. It was at that church that my father, Dr. Carl Scott, was minster for 25 of the church’s 75-year history. I have many wonderful memories of growing up at the church on Eighth and Hinkle. So in the light of this anniversary, a […]
Ned Cantwell State Columnist Hollywood daydreamers sit around a conference table doing what they do best, daydreaming about the sitcom sensation that will shower upon them unfathomable wealth. Through the door you can hear this dialogue: I’ve got it. ER was huge. Let’s write one called DB. DB! Love it. Short for Detective Barney? Nah. […]
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — It started innocently enough, as Eastern New Mexico University senior Lisa Hunter was just putting together a care package for a friend in Iraq a few weeks ago. “We were trading e-mails,” Hunter said, “and he told me there were guys in his company that didn’t ever get […]
Clyde Davis: Local Columnist Can you imagine why it might cost $600 to send one child to summer camp? Do you think it is worth it? Why should it cost so much? Hey, we all know the cost has skyrocketed, but — to that extent? Before you answer the above questions, think about your own […]