Application deadline approaching for wool growers’ scholarship

May 15 is the deadline for graduating high school seniors to apply for the New Mexico Wool Growers’ Inc. (NMWGI) annual scholarship, according to NMWGI President Joan Kincaid, Pinon. “Our association looks forward to the opportunity to help a student further his or her education every year, and we encourage all qualified students to apply, […]

Couple spins wool the old-fashioned way

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Freedom New Mexico: Tony Bullocks Lloyd Maness of Corona demonstrates how to spin wool on a castle-type spinning wheel Tuesday at the New Mexico Ag Expo in Portales. Maness has been spinning wool for a year and a half. By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico A $1,500 men’s three-piece wool suits contains $15 worth of […]

God asks of us only what we can give

By Judy Brandon God does not expect us to give to him what we do not have. But he does expect us to give to him what we do have. These thoughts came to me last week from an unlikely source. I had purchased Christmas songs for the grandchildren while I was in Lubbock several […]

July 26, 1965

Cannon Air Force Base Capt. Harold Tom Godfrey and Jack Winton, of Clovis, escaped injury when the light airplane they were in crashed while attempting to land on a sod runway one mile north of Enterprise, Okla. … A Clovis News-Journal classified advertisement listed a house at 920 Meriwether for rent at $55 a month. […]

Weavers celebrate Navajo tradition

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Eleanore Nestlerode explains color variations among her freshly died yarn. Nestlerode was one of several artisans who demonstrated the craft of Navajo rug-making during the Bosque Redondo “Fabric of Life” celebration. (Staff photo: Marlena Hartz) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Eleanore Nestlerode captures nature on strands of yarn. In an open-air studio, against a […]