Controlling supply a business key

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: CNJ Columnist Have you heard the story about the young man who walked into the grocery store and was astonished to see pile after pile of salt bags? The young man exclaimed to the owner, “Boy! You must sell a lot of salt.” “No, I hardly ever sell any salt,” the store […]

‘It takes everybody doing the job’

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Gloria Mares has worked for the school system for 28 years. She said most custodians leave because they cannot adjust to the once-a-month pay. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Mike Linn: CNJ news editor Adriana Corrales has gotten used to the screaming, the kicking and the obscenities. The booking clerk at the Curry County Adult […]

Early turnover good first start in Iraq

Freedom Editorial We hope the early turnover of sovereignty in Iraq did foil a possible terrorist attack timed to coincide with the scheduled turnover today, although there’s no direct evidence of that. It’s about time the terrorists were fooled or frustrated. No matter the timing of the ceremony, of course, what all parties choose to […]

Bronchos get the best of Elida

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Elida’s Blaine Bumguardner (left) fouls Grady’s Domingo Diaz during Tuesday’s EPAC game in Texico. CNJ photo by Eric Kluth. By Eric Butler TEXICO — Modest as they were, one team was going to have its winning streak snapped in Tuesday’s first round game of the EPAC boys tournament between Grady and Elida at the Texico […]