Lady Cats looking to rebound from loss

By Dave Wagner If there was a chance the Clovis High Lady Wildcats would overlook Carlsbad in tonight’s 7 p.m. District 4-5A matchup at Rock Staubus Gym, that went out the window on Saturday. The Lady Cats had hoped to take the district race by the throat, but instead dropped a five-game decision to Eldorado […]

Southwest Cheese Company hopes to begin construction within months

Eric Butler Engineering, architectural and construction firms have been lined up as work on a $200 million cheese processing plant south of Clovis is expected to begin within the next three months. And a name for the plant, which will provide around 200 permanent jobs when operational, has been selected. Officials hope that the Southwest […]

Working seniors give ‘retirement’ new definition

Freedom Newspapers T he face of retirement in America is changing dramatically, as many seniors put to rest the idea that the “golden years” mean saying goodbye to work and becoming a permanent fixture in a comfortable recliner. AARP recently announced the findings of its 2003 Working in Retirement Survey, which showed that many seniors […]

Hotel Clovis: Eyesore and opportunity

Project: Reader Reaction A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked for opinions on what to do with Hotel Clovis. Some responses: “Tear it down. No one seems to plan on doing anything with it, and the cost to restore is outrageous. I realize that it is a part of Clovis’ history, but what good does […]

Guantanamo spies should have been avoided

Mona Charen This ought to shut up our European detractors who’ve been screaming that we are torturing prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Not only do we provide the inmates there with medical care, surgery, dentistry, reading matter, familiar and religiously permitted foods, copies of the Koran and religious services — we’ve also provided spies. Two, at […]

Reichenborn, Marie

Marie Reichenborn Services: Have been held. Marie Reichenborn, 88, died Friday, Sept. 26, at Liberty Manor Health Care Center, Colorado Springs, Colo.. Mrs. Reichenborn was born Aug. 15, 1915, in Verdigre, Neb., to Joseph and Josephine Hanzlik Jaros. She married Walter Reichenborn on July 11, 1939, in Las Vegas, N.M., and had been a resident […]

Shipp, Bill

Bill Shipp Services: Have been held. Mr. Bill Shipp, 77, of Cheshire, Ore., died Saturday, Sept. 20, 2003, in Cheshire, Ore. He was born on May 19, 1926, in Portales, to Madora and Joseph H. Shipp. He grew up in Portales. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II . He married Ysletta […]

Tindle, Gladys

Gladys Tindle Services: Have been held. Gladys Joyce Tindle, 85, of Santa Fe, died Wednesday, Sept. 24,4, 2003, in Santa Fe. She was born on Oct. 3, 1917, in Bunch, Okla., to Harve Maloy and Jessie Foster. She married Alexander Tindle in 1939 and they moved to Roswell. They eventually settled in Melrose where they […]

Martinez, Juanita

Juanita Martinez Services: Will be held at a later date. Juanita Martinez, 83, of Lorena, Texas, died Monday, Sept. 8, 2003, at her home. She was born on Nov. 18, 1919, in Puerto Rico, to Juan Martinez and Lucrecia Medina. She was a retired executive secretary. She was preceded in death by her parents. Survivors […]

Cannon focuses on fitness

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Fitness assessment monitor Pat Friday demonstrates the ergonomic cycle fitness test at Cannon Air Force Base’s Health and Wellness Center while Capt. Mila French and fitness program manager Evan Spencer observe. CNJ staff photo: Darrell Todd Maurina. Darrell Todd Maurina CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — As they get ready to meet new Air Force physical […]