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Leahy speaks at Memorial Day observance

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Cannon Connections: Karl Terry Col. Timothy Leahy, commander of the 27th Special Operations Wing at Cannon Air Force Base, speaks during the 62nd annual Memorial Day observance in Portales. By Helena Rodriguez, Cannon Connections Freedom does not come without sacrifice and those who have sacrificed their lives shall never be forgotten. Those were the words […]

Cannon Community May 30

Heart Link Marrying into the military can be confusing for anyone. Spouses are invited to learn more about the military lifestyle and benefits at a Heart Link event. This fun-filled day will be June 20 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Free lunch and childcare will be provided. Contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center […]

Airman Leadership Class of 2008-E graduates

27th SOW Public Affairs The following airmen graduated this month from Airman Leadership School Class 2008-E: • Staff Sgt. Jovon Serrano, 27th Special Operations Civil Engineer Squadron; • Senior Airman Dustin Anderson, 27th Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron (John L. Levitow Award winner); • Senior Airman Robert Blodgett, 27th Security Forces Squadron; • Senior Airman […]

What's Happening May 30

Friday

Sports Briefs May 30

Friday Family Bowl-a-Rama — 5 p.m. at Cannon Lanes Saturday Cosmic Family Fun Night — 5 p.m. at Cannon Lanes Monday Retiree special — Golfers with a retired military ID will receive $2 off daily green fees and 50 percent off electric carts. Mondays and Tuesdays, now through Oct. 31. Tuesday Retiree special — Golfers […]

Rising costs claim comics

Several readers noticed that Tuesday’s papers in Clovis and Portales had only one page of comics. Since we don’t publish on Mondays, we’d been publishing Monday and Tuesday comics in the Tuesday paper … until this week.

Clovis superintendent apologizes for yearbook controversy

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Jessie Hardison broke down into tears while speaking during an open forum at Tuesday’s Clovis school board meeting. Hardison said that many of the speakers were “only showing hate” and that “God loves you for who you are.” By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Clovis Schools Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm on […]

Preliminary city budget includes new position

CNJ staff The Clovis City Commission approved a $33.1 million preliminary budget for the 2009 fiscal year during a special meeting Tuesday at the Bert Cabiness Government Center. The budget includes $83,000 for an assistant city manager position. The assistant city manager position has been vacant and unfunded for three years, according to city officials. […]

Candidates discuss issues

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer

Muleshoe students get involved in ‘LAPD’

CNJ staff Editor’s note: This is the final story in a series of profiles on area high school graduating seniors. A group of seniors at Muleshoe High School led a program designed to make a difference in their community and school. Muleshoe began Leaders Advocating a Positive Difference in 2004 to create harmony between classmates. […]

Head Start accepting applications

CNJ staff The Texas Migrant Council is accepting applications for enrollment in its summer program for children ages 6 weeks old to 5 years old, according to a council press release. To be eligible, children must be from migrant and seasonal farm worker families who meet income guidelines, the release said. The program emphasizes all […]

Candidate signs reported stolen

A Curry County Commission candidate said more than $250 worth of campaign signs have been stolen from various locations throughout the community. In a police report filed May 21, Gloria Wicker told police more than 25 of her campaign signs were taken from locations where she placed them three days earlier. A Democrat, Wicker is […]