American 11-12s hold off Zia

CNJ staff Jarron Hill went 2-for-3 and John Meyers struck out 13 in 5 2/3 innings Tuesday night to lift American past Zia 8-5 in a first-round game of the District 3 Little League 11-12 tournament at Dickenson Field. American led 8-0 before Zia rallied for five runs in the top of the fifth, capped […]

July 2, 2008 Meetings Watch: Civil Aviation Board meeting

This is a report of Tuesday’s Civil Aviation board meeting. • Clovis Municpal Airport Manager Steve Summers said the airport is getting ready to start rehabilitation of its main runway. He said the start date of the project will be scheduled after a meeting next week with the project contractor and the city’s engineering consultant. […]

Let’s ride

A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked about four-day work weeks for government employees in eastern New Mexico.

Commissioners approve pay increase for county manager

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Commissioners and Curry County administrators toured the Special Events Center Tuesday morning after the county commission meeting. Work on the center is about 85 percent complete according to project supervisor Randy Kamradt. By CNJ staff writer: Sharna Johnson Curry County Commissioners decided to award County Manager Lance Pyle a $14,500 […]

Alcohol sales being considered by Texico officials

By CNJ staff writer: Gabriel Monte Texico city officials are looking into allowing alcohol sales in the city. Proponents say alcohol sales could increase city revenues. Detractors say burdens outweigh benefits. The idea was brought up last month during a roundtable discussion regarding the city’s budget, according to Texico City Clerk Carolyn Johnson. She said […]

Actor unfathomable as president

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ columnist It’s a little overdue, but I’ve got to say it — I miss Tim Russert. He kept people honest, and he was the national voice for Buffalo Sabres fans like me. But I’m glad to know the late “Meet the Press” host wasn’t perfect, and in discovering that I found […]

Success, good deeds tainted by scandal

Freedom New Mexico So what are we to think of Broadcom co-founder Henry Samueli now that he has pleaded guilty to making a false statement to Securities and Exchange Commission investigators, and been suspended from involvement with the Anaheim Ducks, which he and his wide bought in 2005? On the one hand, Samueli is a […]

Military Feature: Multimedia merger expands Cannon’s news coverage

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CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Senior Airman Amy Slye said her job function as a videographer has changed from just documenting incidents to producing news stories as the result of a merger between the Cannon Air Force Base Public Affairs desk and the base multimedia department. By CNJ staff writer: Gabriel Monte The Cannon Public […]

ENMU soccer coaches moving on

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University will have two new soccer coaches for the 2008 season. Women’s coach Travis McCorkle was named Tuesday as the women’s coach at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas. ENMU and Angelo State are both members of the Lone Star Conference. Men’s coach […]

New Mexico American files for rate increase

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Carrie Phipps of Clovis waters a friend’s plants on Tuesday. CNJ staff The average water bill in Clovis could go up about $5 a month as soon as April of next year if the a rate adjustment request from the city’s water provider is approved. New Mexico American Water filed Monday a request to the […]