Sen. Tom Udall offering fall internships

CNJ staff Fall internships with U.S. Sen. Tom Udall, D-N.M., are open to New Mexico college students and will take place at his congressional offices including Portales, according to a press release from Udall’s office. The senator is looking for students interested in gaining experience in public service. The other office locations include Santa Fe, […]

WT’s Carthel relieved of duties

CNJ staff CANYON, Texas — Don Carthel, who coached West Texas A&M to football prominence over the past eight years, was relieved of his duties on Thursday for what it called a violation of NCAA Division II Bylaw 10.1. WT athletic director Michael McBroom told the Amarillo Globe-News that Carthel violated the rule by “knowingly […]

Zias add post players for 2013-14 season

CNJ staff PORTALES — First-year Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Josh Prock has added two prospects to the returnees from a year ago. Signing with ENMU were Breanna Conway, a 6-foot-1 junior post from Murrieta, Calif., and a transfer from Prock’s old stomping grounds, Howard Payne University, and Rodneisha Milum, a 6-foot junior […]

Anniversary — Roman

Jimmy Roman and Helen Roman are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married on Aug. 14, 1953, in San Antonio, Texas. They have four daughters, 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. All friends are invited to honor them at a come and go reception from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at 7 North Village […]

Coyotes’ second-half rally subdues Cats

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Clovis High senior Taylor Sanders battles Roswell High’s Fernando Sanchez for control of the ball in the midfield during the first half of Tueday’s season-opening boys soccer match at Leon Williams Stadium. Sanchez had a pair of goals as the Coyotes rallied for a 4-2 win.

By Dave Wagner CNJ SPORTS WRITER dwagner@cnjonline.com With his team already down two goals, Roswell High senior Fernando Sanchez pulled the Coyotes back into contention with a near-impossible shot from a tough angle late in the first half. That momentum carried over, and the Coyotes dominated the final 40 minutes to post a season-opening 4-2 […]

Meetings watch: Public Works Committee — Aug. 20

The Public Works Committee will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday to discuss the following:  Discussion of Schepps Boulevard relating to the road’s quality in front of Clovis Community College.  Discussion on a potential construction project on Llano Estacado east of Norris Street.  Discussion and recommendation regarding bridge construction at the landfill. Discussion regarding traffic […]

Cats’ Wagener assuming leadership role for CHS soccer

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Members of the Clovis High boys soccer team run the stairs at Leon Williams earlier this week before practice. The Wildcats, who finished 11-10 overall last season and were District 4-5A champions, will take on Roswell High at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the stadium in their season opener.

By Dave Wagner CNJ SPORTS WRITER dwagner@cnjonline.com Clovis High senior Adam Wagener is more than happy to help the Wildcats’ football team as a placekicker, but he leaves no doubt where his sports passion is — soccer. Wagener is in his second year of juggling the two sports. He is one of three returning defenders […]

Hounds get early scrimmage

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Clovis High grad Marshall Winn fights off a defender during Eastern New Mexico University’s intrasquad football scrimmage on Saturday morning at Blackwater Draw. The Greyhounds open the season at home on Sept. 7 against New Mexico Highlands.

By Dave Wagner CNJ SPORTS WRITER dwagner@cnjonline.com BLACKWATER DRAW — Second-year Eastern New Mexico University football coach Josh Lynn got a good early look at his squad in semi-game conditions on Saturday. ENMU wrapped up its first week of drills with an intrasquad scrimmage at Greyhound Stadium, running just over two hours in length. “This […]

Supreme Court can end obscure state marriage statues

— The Santa Fe New Mexican The New Mexico Supreme Court has a thorny case before it as the great national debate about marriage equality comes to New Mexico. The court is being asked to require county clerks across New Mexico to issue marriage licenses to same-gender couples. Many argue that because New Mexico’s statutes […]

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