Cooking for one and not a leftover fan? Check this out. My mother, Marianna, said her co-worker Denice talked about the meal she’d thrown together the night before. Mom tried the idea, tweaking ingredients to suit her taste. She says it turns out well and is easy to fix. You can try different seasoning or […]
By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist More than a few writers have talked about the place where Joy and Sorrow meet. In a moment of deep contentment, someone may say, “I’m so happy I could cry!” And in the moments of deepest and most unutterable joy, we say nothing at all. We don’t live long […]
U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked about health care and other issues with New Mexico radio. Bingaman’s remarks can be retrieved by going to his website or clicking on the following link: http://bingaman.senate.gov/mediaasset/bingaman070609m.mp3 00:00 – Bingaman talks about health care reform legislation being written in the Senate. 01:44 – Bingaman talks about climate change legislation […]
U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked to New Mexico radio reporters about the “21st Century Energy Technology Deployment Act”, legislation his introduce to make financing available to bring green energy technologies to market.
U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked to New Mexico radio reporters about his trip to New Mexico and about the EPA’s finding regarding greenhouse gases.
U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked to New Mexico radio reporters about a variety of issues during his weekly radio news conference.
By Curtis Shelburne: Religion columnist I just talked to a friend who’s mighty close to boiling over. Since we’re the kind of friends who prefer to boil over together rather than letting off steam on the general populace, he vented, and I listened, offering helpful comments and keen insight. Don’t broadcast this, but I don’t […]
By Curtis K. Shelburne I just talked to a friend who’s mighty close to boiling over. Since we’re the kind of friends who prefer to boil over together rather than letting off steam on the general populace, he vented, and I listened, offering helpful comments and keen insight. Don’t broadcast this, but I don’t know […]
U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked to New Mexico radio reporters about a hearing in the Energy and Natural Resources Committee on legislation he introduced on the relationship between energy and water.
By Anita Doberman I used to think that blogging was something for young people, or those who had a specific interest in some obscure topic. In other words, not something for a mom busy with children. I looked askance when people talked about a blogging “community” that brought them closer to others. It seemed anonymous […]
By Curtis Shelburne: CNJ Religion Columnist What are the ingredients for a happy life? How do we find happiness? With the Galilean countryside stretching out below him and the Sea of Galilee in the distance, Jesus, in what we call “The Sermon on the Mount,” talked to his listeners about the Kingdom of God and […]
By Eric Butler: CNJ Correspondent As the new school year approaches, several coaches will get a shot at leading a Clovis High athletic squad. Shane Leatherwood has been hired to be the new Clovis girls soccer coach, replacing Larry Jones. Dan Replogle, an assistant on the girls basketball team, will take over in boys tennis […]
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers For Ronald Reagan, it was an early-morning layover at a small train station in Clovis. For a 20-something ticket agent, the Cold War-era words they exchanged are still memorable 42 years later. “We just talked about a lot of things,” said Dennis Edwards, now the president of Wells-Fargo Bank in […]
Clovis senior catcher Richard Urdan, getting in his swings Wednesdy in the batting cage, is one of seven returning staters for the Wildcats. By Rick White Richard Urban wrings the handle of the wooden bat with his strong hands, the easterly wind nipping at his smiling face like a 2-month-old puppy. The infield grass only […]