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Hicks Don and Sharon Hicks celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 2. [image #2, align=right, size=medium] He is a retired math teacher at Clovis Community College. She has been an active Realtor for 40 years and is at RE/MAX First Place Realtors. They have two children, a son: Todd Hicks, married to Lori, and a […]

Honors —

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Hart [image#1, align=left, size=medium] Sharon Hart was recognized as Plains Regional Medical Center Auxilian of the Month for June. She joined the Plains Regional Medical Center Auxiliary in February 1995. She currently volunteers at the Information desk.

Anniversaries —

Douglas Sharon and Bernard Douglas will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Dec. 15. The couple married Dec. 15, 1980, in Clovis. They have two daughters, Tiffany Forrest (Andrew) and Kimberly Wormington (Stuart). In addition they have three grandsons, two granddogs, and one grandbunny. Sharon is employed at Los Ninos and Bernard is retired military.

Our people: On the go

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Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico Sharon Hicks of Clovis said she couldn’t believe they called her name when she won New Mexico Realtor of the Year. Clovis Realtor Sharon Hicks was named Realtor’s Association of New Mexico 2010 Realtor of the Year in September. Going into her 40th year as a Realtor, she said her […]

Clovis Realtor named New Mexico Realtor of year

CNJ staff report Sharon Hicks of Clovis was named Realtor’s Association of New Mexico 2010 Realtor of the Year. She received the award Thursday during ceremonies at the association’s annual conference in Santa Fe. Hicks began her real estate career in 1971 in Levelland, Texas. Her New Mexico real estate career began in 1989 when […]

Array of events on tap for Ag Expo

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan Clay Bailey of Edgewood rides Abrams, the longhorn steer, at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds on Monday. He and Fred Balmer of Folsom plan to ride longhorn steers during the Ag Expo today and Wednesday, and have two younger steers for petting. Cowboys riding … longhorn steers? You gotta be kidding. […]

May 4, 2008 Weddings

Cole-Mosier Caley Cole of Portales and Todd Mosier of Portales were joined in marriage April 26, 2008, at the home of Gayle and Sharon Cissell in Portales.John Scott Aubuchont performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Claude and Jacque Cole of Portales. She is the granddaughter of Bill and Janie Cole of […]

Sept. 2 Club Notes

Fairfield Extension The Fairfield Extension met at 10 a.m. Aug. 24 in Sharon Ragland’s home. There were 12 members present. A report on the council meeting was given. Hosts for the rest of the year were selected. Members were reminded of the membership dinner, which will be held Sept. 11 at the Extension Building. The […]

Accident claims Portales teen

Freedom Newspapers A Portales teen died in a car accident Sunday morning 10 miles east of Roswell near Bottomless Lakes State Park on N.M. 409, according to a New Mexico State Police press release. Austin Inge, 15, was driving a 1995 Dodge pickup with 28-year-old Ben Finch, of Hagerman, in the passenger seat when the […]

June 4, 2006 Club Notes

The El Portal Chapter of NSDAR (National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution) met May 13 at Clovis High School. Chapter Regent Wanda Dunn presided over the business meeting. Special guest Sharon Mulrey of Albuquerque presented an informative program about Civil War-era dress. She modeled two dresses she had made, following instructions that […]

God’s punishing hand recurrent Robertson theme

Freedom Newspapers The stroke that laid Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon low is a medical condition; a cranial injury inflicted by hemorrhaging following a vascular rupture. Some have speculated that a blood-thinning medication Sharon had been taking as a preventative measure may have exacerbated the damage he suffered by increasing the flow of the hemorrhage. […]

U.S. should not interfere, but watch Israeli politics

Freedom Newspapers The human impulse is to hope that he survives and has years of restful peace remaining. Whether that happens or not, however, the serious stroke suffered by Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon is likely to be a setback to hopes for Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation. And for a time, at least, it will throw Israeli […]

Jackson, Bruce O.

Bruce Ogden Jackson, 85, formerly of Clovis and Tucumcari, died Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005, in Lubbock, Texas after a lengthy illness. He was born Dec. 26, 1919 in Electra, Texas. He married Gladys McIntosh in Tucumcari on Nov. 29, 1939. He farmed for many years in the San Jon community and later worked for the […]

Bauer, Mary

Mary Bauer Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church Mary Theresa Bauer, 90, of Clovis, died Saturday, Aug. 27, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis She was born April 30, 1915, in Bird Island, Minn., to James and Ellen Lanigan Brown. She was a home-care worker for the state of California. […]

Matthews cooked up book in spite of stroke

By Don McAlavy John Matthews’ life suddenly changed in 1984 when suffered his first serious stroke. Then 55, Matthews had been a full-time youth and music minister. Bu the major impact of his stroke was visual impairment. “After that stroke I couldn’t lead music, couldn’t drive; so I started looking around for what I could […]

Intense protests prove problems far from resolved

Freedom Editorial In a country of about 6 million people, 100,000 protesters or so (estimates ranged from 70,000 to 150,000) are hardly a majority. But in politics intensity can count for as much or more than sheer numbers. Those who joined hands to protest against a plan to withdraw Israeli settlements from Gaza constitute more […]

Heritage days to bring back Portales graduates

By Tony Parra: FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS Organizers are hoping to have 71 years worth of Portales High School graduates at the Portales High School Reunion during the Roosevelt County 2004 Heritage Days on Friday and Saturday. The reunion is also open to former faculty of Portales High, dating back to 1933. Registration for the event is […]

Bush’s best strategy for Israel/Palestine is non-intervention

Freedom Newspapers Has American approval become the kiss of death for Israeli politicians? Is there a chance American politicians will take a second look and pull back a bit from involvement in Israeli politics? Back in 2000, former President Clinton was on the verge of writing position papers for former Laborite Israeli Prime Minister Ehud […]

Births 2/22

Bender Johnathan Bender and Vicki Lucero of Clovis are the parents of a 8-pound, 7.6-ounce girl born on Jan. 9, 2004, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. Janelle Denae Bender has a brother, Seth, 3, and a sister, Julia, 2. Her grandparents are Victor and Sharon Lucero. Her great-grandparents are Earl and Wanda Scott.

Betts, Kathleen

KATHLEEN BETTS Services: Have been held. Kathleen Betts, 69, of Portales, died Friday, Oct. 24, 2003, at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock. She was born on Sept. 7, 1934, in Birmingham, Ala., to Miss Sallie Mae Campbell. She grew up in Smyrna, Tenn., where she attended schools. She married Charles William Betts on May 27, […]