By Sangu Angadi: AgSense An increasing demand for healthy cooking oil (low in saturated fat) and a growing importance in biodiesel production are driving the interest in oilseed crops in the High Plains. Growing oilseed crops also offers rotational benefits including better weed management opportunities. The residual meal after extraction of oil from most oilseeds […]
January Jean Ornellas Voice Recital • First United Methodist Church in Portales
CNJ staff Oasis State Park will close for five days this winter and spring as part of Gov. Bill Richardson’s plan to reduce state spending by employee furloughs. The park is set to be closed Thursday, as well as Jan. 15, Feb. 9, March 2 and March 23, according to a news release from Oasis. […]
By Glenda Price: State columnist Livestock auctions are an integral part of ranch life. Usually, the sale barns have a cattle auction each week, and now and then they sell horses or sheep. Ranchers whose cattle calve in the spring often consign their weanling calves to the sale barn in the fall. Another type auction […]
Lyons, Colorado-based bluegrass band Spring Creek is stopping in Clovis during its summer tour. The band will take the stage at 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Lyceum Theater on Main Street. The band is touring after releasing their new album “Way up on a Mountain” on May 5 with Rebel Records. The five-year-old four-piece band […]
CNJ staff BIG SPRING, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s men finished fifth in the Howard College rodeo over the weekend. Senior Kyle Roberts of Durango, Colo., teamed with Jake Cobb of Weatherford College (Texas) for first place in team roping with a time of 13.3 seconds. Junior Payton Terry teamed with Tarleton State’s Lance […]
CNJ staff Baseball standings All times MDT
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo The National Weather Service warned that the strong winds would result in areas of reduced visibility in blowing dust, which were visible most of the day. A strong wind gust is being blamed for the death of a Clovis man at the Southwest Cheese Plant Freedom New Mexico A spring […]
Three talented young singers will soon set out on The Santa Fe Opera’s annual Spring Opera Tour with performances in 12 communities in New Mexico and Texas.
PORTALES—Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will observe spring break on Monday-Friday, March 30 through April 3. However, University offices will be open and business conducted as usual. For University information, call 1-575-562-1011.
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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Ginny Swann’s fifth-grade class spends time Wednesday on test preparation worksheets. Testing begins April 6. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Clovis educators are urging students to relax over spring break before they dive right into the New Mexico Standards Based Assessments when they return. The tests are given to […]
A Day of Caring is being planned for Clovis sometime late this spring or early summer.
The Pintores Art League of Clovis has put out a call for artists for their Spring Fling 2009 Fine Arts Show to be held April 17-25, 2009 in the Clovis Community College commons located at 417 Schepps Boulevard in Clovis, New Mexico. Cash prizes will be awarded for both professional and student artwork. This year’s […]
CNJ staff It’s that time again and the clock’s ticking. Daylight saving time is upon us — and it’s a month earlier this year than you’re probably accustomed to setting the clock forward. The second Sunday in March — that’s this Sunday — clocks get set ahead one hour at 2 a.m. local standard time. […]
CNJ Staff Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble says a slow economy and rising unemployment is responsible for the highest Spring semester enrollment the school has had in almost 40 years. The university’s spring semester enrollment rose by 8.3 percent — from 3,712 students in 2008 to 4,021 students — this year, according to […]
By Sangu Angadi Sustainability of agriculture in the southern High Plains depends on improved agronomic practices that protect our limited soil and water resources, and reduce the cost of production. Unreliable precipitation patterns, high intensity rains causing erosion and declining irrigation resources make water the most important factor for limiting agriculture sustainability in the region. […]
The following students from Clovis graduated in the 2008 spring and summer semesters: Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell • Beau D. Herman, program certificate, special topics • Lisa D. Johnson, associate of science, occupational therapy assistant • Jennifer J. Kimberly, occupational therapy assistant University of Wyoming • Daniel Klaas Alderse Baes, bachelor of science degree University […]
Forty-three students from the Clovis area are among the 332 graduation candidates at Eastern New Mexico University this spring.