No mistake in supporting project

I’ve made a huge mistake. As you may have seen on these pages a week ago, I offered a Coke to anybody who could guess one of the four country songs on my mp3 player. The competition is now closed, with no winners but a few arguing they won on second-chance entries. But as little […]

Reader-submitted content: Hope Lodge supporting cancer patients

Cancer patients and their caregivers traveling to Lubbock for cancer treatments have found new hope for the past year. Since the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge in Lubbock opened its doors, the “home away from home” has made great strides in the fight to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. In the […]

Commission supports Constitution resolution

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Curry County Commissioners unanimously approved a resolution supporting the Constitution of the United States at their meeting Tuesday, with one commissioner unable to attend and vote. The resolution declares support of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, specifically supporting the First and Second Amendments, which grant freedom of […]

Commission to consider resolution supporting Constitution

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Former Clovis Mayor David Lansford thinks supporting the Constitution is worth a little redundancy. That’s why he’s asked Mayor Pro Tem Randy Crowder to carry forth a resolution at Thursday’s city commission meeting. Resolution No. 2513-2009, Supporting the Constitution of the United States, has drawn interest on an otherwise […]

Police to hold DWI safety presentation at CCC

The Clovis Police Department and supporting agencies will be conducting a DWI / Safety Presentation at the Clovis Community College on May 30th 2009 from 11:00am to 2:00pm. A re-creation of a DWI crash scene will be acted out to show the devastating effects of driving while intoxicated or driving while under the influence of […]

Air Force to fly patrols supporting Super Bowl

Air Force News Service TYNDALL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. — Air Force fighter pilots will be busy during Super Bowl XLIII as they will be flying to protect the sky around Raymond James Stadium on Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla. Airmen flying fighter jets may be visible enforcing the Federal Aviation Administration’s temporary flight restriction […]

Domenici: Cannon to benefit from Army contract

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Pete Domenici today announced that a $12.1 million contract has been approved to renovate a fuel storage and loading facility at Cannon Air Force Base, a project first funded before the base was targeted by the 2005 base closure process.             Domenici, a member of the Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittee, was […]

Detentions sign of overzealous government

Freedom Newspapers Abdel-Jabbar Hamdan of Buena Park, Calif., said his arrest and detention for two years in federal custody came from the “paranoia” of an overzealous government in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. We’re not qualified to make psychiatric diagnoses, but his detention at Terminal Island in San Pedro, Calif., for two years […]

Clovis woman training for marathon fund-raiser

Emilie Hornak: CNJ Correspondent Clovis’ Lila Johnson got a good running, or at least nice brisk walking start in preparing for Avon’s 2004 Walk for Breast Cancer slated for July 10 – 11 in San Francisco. Since deciding to participate in the 26.2 mile marathon, Johnson has been pushing herself physically by walking to and […]

Angels’ latest flick implausible

By Stacy Allen Buy the soundtrack and forget the movie. But what more can you expect from a movie that’s main goal is to make money off a poor plot and three beautiful women? I only liked a few characters in the movie. The role of Bosley’s mother is unknown, but she was definitely one […]