Capturing the essence of a city

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo A grandmother’s eyes is one of Armenta’s works in progress. By Liliana Castillo, CNJ staff writer Ruben Armenta, 49, has seen the essence of Clovis. It is in the intriguing, mysterious and hardworking eyes of the individuals of Clovis as a part of his painting project “Eyes of Clovis.” • […]

Hounds will look to throw ball in 2008

CNJ staff PORTALES — Get ready for Air Ribaudo. Eastern New Mexico University coach Mark Ribaudo said the Greyhounds are scrapping their option offense next season, and have recruited accordingly as they prepare to make the change. National signing day for football is Wednesday, and Ribaudo said he hopes to have about 30 letters-of-intent in […]

Notes on appreciation, understanding

Anita Doberman It’s almost impossible not to think about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan during the holidays. As military families, we may have loved ones away, and the holidays can be a particularly trying time. I find the holidays reveal a deep disconnect between military families and civilians. Most non-military people I come across […]

CHS boys soccer team optimistic

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Sophomore forward Daniel Rojas works on a trapping drill during Clovis High boys soccer practice earlier this week. The Wildcats open the season at Rio Rancho on Saturday. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Last year was a breakthrough season for Clovis High boys soccer under coach Shaun Gill, and […]