TRICARE covers cancer clinical trials

By Shari Lopatin TriWest Healthcare Alliance: TriWest Healthcare Alliance TRICARE recently expanded its coverage for cancer clinical trials. This makes it possible for cancer patients with TRICARE to receive more types of treatments. Beare, who is 63 years old and cancer-free today, is a strong believer in finding a cure. “Cancer is very real, very […]

Dogs strut stuff at agility trials

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Teresa Jansen of Shallowater, Texas, runs the course with her miniature Schnauzer Radar during Saturday’s American Kennel Club Stars and Stripes Agility Trial at the Curry County Events Center. Kevin Wilson After spending the last few weekends on big rodeos, the Curry County Events Center has gone decidedly smaller this […]

Ticket feature: Clovis-Portales Kennel Club hosting third year of agility trials

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File photo The Stars and Stripes dog agility trials begin Friday at the Curry County events center and last through Sunday. Admission is free. Freedom New Mexico Starting Friday hundreds of pooches will test their athletic abilities at the Curry County Events Center in the American Kennel Club’s Stars and Stripes dog agility trial. The […]

Ticket feature: Dogs to strut stuff in agility trials

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File photo The third annual American Kennel Club-sanctioned all breed and mixed breed three-day dog agility trial is in town starting Friday at the Curry County Events Center. Dogs of all breeds and sizes will be showing their stuff for three days starting Friday at the third annual Stars and Stripes Agility Trial. Scheduled to […]

Dogs, owners show off skills at agility trials

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Tom Martin of Clovis guides Kaiser, his white German shepherd, during Tuesday night’s Meet the Breeds dog trial at the Curry County Fair. Kevin Wilson Teeter-totters, tires and tubes awaited Tuesday’s canines, whether they were tiny or titanic. Nearly a dozen dogs, mostly purebreds, were on display and in action […]

Agility trials showcase pooch prowess

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Linda Kipp of Las Lunas and her border collie Raisin race to the last hurdle Saturday on the jumps and weaves course at the second annual Stars and Stripes American Kennel Club Dog Agility Trials. Raisin was one of 150 dogs competing in the three-day event. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ […]

Anniversaries honor trials of early settlers

By Clyde Davis: Freedom columnist The second weekend of September, 2009, stands out in my mind as one of those “not to be forgotten” times. I had been one of a group to hike up Pike’s Peak — or rather, hike halfway up Pike’s Peak, to turn around and hike back down from the halfway […]

a view from under the pew: a christmas paradox

By Gary Mitchell: CNJ religion columnist Editor’s note: When Amos went shopping recently, he encountered the trials of last-minute Christmas shoppers. In frustration, he called out for the real meaning of Christmas. Just then, Sammy Salamander wiggled by and pointed him to a little nativity scene far from the malling crowd but in the heart […]

May 25, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Cricket in the Web: The 1949 Unsolved Murder that Unraveled Politics in New Mexico by Paula Moore reveals how the discovery of the body of an 18-year-old waitress in a shallow grave near Mesquite launched a series of court trials that would expose political corruption […]

Terminally ill deserve chance to try new drugs

By Freedom Newspapers The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit apparently believes that bureaucracies can and do have power so absolute that they trump the traditional right of free people to control their own bodies and try to protect their own lives. If that’s not the case, it’s difficult to see how […]

State Golden Gloves tourney starts tonight

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Elijio Sena trains at the Roy Walker Community Center on Thursday afternoon. Sena is scheduled to fight in the super-heavyweight division of the state Golden Gloves tournament this weekend. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent Until the fighters start actually showing up, beginning this morning, Chuck Haas can never quite be […]

7/17 Agriculture Digest

Food safety workshop in Clovis Fruit growers and farmer’s market vegetable growers can improve their knowledge of food safety and sanitation July 26 during a good agricultural practices workshop in Clovis. The day-long training at New Mexico State University’s Curry County Extension office, 818 Main St., will cover use of compost and manure, animal issues, […]

Ex-CHS star falls short in Olympic trials

CNJ STAFF SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Former Clovis High track star Ryan Tolbert-Jackson failed to qualify for the 400-meter hurdle finals Saturday at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials. Tolbert-Jackson, the 1997 NCAA outdoor champion in the 400 hurdles at Vanderbilt, finished sixth in her heat and 11th over among the 16 semifinalist with a […]