Local radio station switches to news format

Freedom New Mexico Area listeners will have to look elsewhere for their sports talk now that KCLV-AM 1240 in Clovis dropped its ESPN Radio programming. KCLV switched to a talk radio format on Jan. 1. Rick Keefer, general manager of Zia Broadcasting, said ESPN Radio had been on KCLV for 10 years. “It garnered a […]

Clovis baseball team seeking new manager

Kevin Wilson John Harris found the Sox fit him better, and the Clovis Pioneers are looking for a new manager four months before their professional baseball debut. Harris, a 1973 graduate of Clovis High School, was named Wednesday as the manager of the Amarillo Sox, who will play in the American Association this season. The […]

Only you can judge what is right

Last week’s column emphasized the need for each of us to do the right thing in order to improve society. Most commenters seemed to agree, but were not necessarily sure what “the right thing” is. Fair enough. Real right and wrong are pretty easy to grasp as long as you aren’t looking for excuses or […]

Cowboys have different resolutions

We all are encouraged to make New Year’s resolutions. From what I’ve been reading it seems most “regular” folks are resolving mainly to lose weight and exercise more. Cowboy promises are different. When I asked my lanky friend Wilford about his, he thought a bit and then asked, “You mean it’s a new year already?” […]

Now GOP’s chance to rein in spending

Freedom New Mexico A s a new Congress reflecting the will of the voters as of November finally assumes office, with Republicans holding a majority in the House and more effective power in the Senate, we can expect symbolic gestures and a few substantive moves in the direction of less-intrusive government. Whether legislators will move […]

Press release: Exploratory deep well in Clovis finds little water

CLOVIS, NM (Jan. 6, 2011) – Extensive testing of New Mexico American Water’s exploratory well into the Lower Dockum Formation has revealed a water source of insufficient quality and quantity to provide a supplemental source to the Ogallala Aquifer. The exploratory well was drilled to determine if the Lower Dockum Formation, which lies below the […]

Cowboys pick Jason Garrett as new coach

By Jaime Aron: The Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas —

Defense secretary announcing military cuts

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Robert Gates is announcing the latest round of cost-cutting measures for the military, including a plan to do away with a new amphibious vehicle that can ferry troops to shore while under fire. The plan is aimed at staving off potentially deeper cuts by the White House or Congress by […]

ENMU capsules —

Freedom New Mexico Men ENMU (3-7) at East Central (7-6) • When: 7 p.m. (MST) today in a Lone Star Conference crossover game at Ada, Okla. • Last outing: The Greyhounds have been off since losing to Central Oklahoma 103-85 on Dec. 20 at Greyhound Arena. The Tigers defeated Southwestern Christian 75-57 on Tuesday at […]

Citizens’ committee opens meetings to public

Sharna Johnson A citizens’ committee has appointed its own chairman and voted to open meetings to the public, overriding two directives from Curry County commissioners as its first order of business. Attorney Richard Rowley II said during the group’s first meeting Tuesday, he was selected to serve as chairman and spokesman for the courthouse committee. […]