Freedom New Mexico It’s hard to compete with the inauguration of a new president, but Freedom Communications is celebrating an inauguration of our own. This week, we launched a new political news and commentary Web site — www.freedompolitics.com — that aims to take the guiding editorial board principles of this company to the broadest possible […]
CNJ staff Matthew Justus, 13 of Clovis, is a finalist in an invention contest sponsored by the By Kids for Kids Web site. Check out his weight-watch collar for dogs at: www.bkfk.com Click on the “vote for your favorite idea” link to read about Matthew’s invention.
The National Geographic Magazine Web site features a photo taken in Roosevelt County in 1957. The photo, part of the site’s “Flashback” section, shows the effects of wind erosion on the sandy soil of the area. Roosevelt County Extension Agent Patrick Kircher is quoted in the caption of the photo. See it at: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/flashback/2008?image=9
Freedom New Mexico Public notices from around New Mexico are now available on a single Web site: http://www.publicnoticeads.com/NM The site was set up by the state’s newspaper publishers through their trade group, the New Mexico Press Association. It
New Mexicans can now go to a single Web site to locate
Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About noon July 16 an animal control officer took a report of an animal bite at the shelter. A volunteer said a finger on her right hand was bitten by a Dalmatian. She said she was photographing the dog for the shelter […]
Web logger Alvin Petty asks the question:
You may have noticed the reader-submitted video about Skippy the cat being lost has been removed from our Clovis News Journal Web site. That’s because Skippy has been found. Owner Clair Zarges tell us she was located four doors down in a neighbor’s yard. “Skippy climbed a woodpile against a fence and hopped over into […]
New Mexico’s Democrats and Republicans have their own Web sites, if you’d like to get ready for the June 3 primaries:
If you Google “Portales” you will soon find this Web log:
In case you haven’t noticed, our Web site has a new look today.
Changes are coming to the Clovis News Journal Web site, beginning Monday.
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This week’s player of the week, for posting a comment on our Web site that reflects the views of many, is “Clovissite.”
Christian Heller has this to say about recent criticism aimed at Clovis via the world-wide Web:
Raymond Atchley has this to say about recent criticism aimed at Clovis via the world-wide Web:
Cregg Steffler has this to say about recent criticism aimed at Clovis via the world-wide Web:
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