9/15 Student Profiles

Stephen Tunnell is a senior at Clovis High. He is the son of Arthur and Diane Tunnell. What’s your favorite TV show, past or present? Jeopardy. Do you have a favorite joke? There are two muffins sitting in an oven. The first muffin turns to other muffin and says, “Man it’s hot in here. The […]

9/1 Student Profile

Mary Cate Burns is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of James Burns and Katie Haynes. If money were no object, what would you do to make the world a better place? I would give everyone food, shelter, and access to and education. What is your favorite smell? Brewing coffee. Who […]

5/12 Student Profiles

Jeffe’ Gendreau Jeffe’ Gendreau is the daughter of Dave and Denise Gendreau. She is a senior at Clovis High School. Tell us about your pets? I have three wonderful dogs. Two Boston terriers and a long-haired Chihuahua. They are crazy. Without them here, I don’t think our family would have as much fun because our […]

Local faith-based groups have mixed feelings on government funding

By Tova Fruchtman, CNJ staff writer Sheila Savitz was reluctant to take any money from the government for the Life Changers Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation center she has been trying to open for six years. She wanted the center to be faith-based. “I didn’t want the state telling me you can’t say Jesus,” she said. […]

Freedom Newspapers

The presidential campaign is stalled debating the inflammatory merits and demerits of the candidates’ Vietnam War service — even as America has an actual war being conducted by an actual president, George W. Bush, whose leadership the country has viewed for nearly four years. And there’s an actual challenger, Sen. John Kerry, who has a […]

Clovis Christian eligible at last

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Clovis Christian coach Carlos Velasquez gives sophomore quarterback Ryan Boatman (left) and the rest of the offense the play during Thursday’s practice at CCS. CNJ photo by Rick White By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent At the little campus of Clovis Christian School, a major shift of outlook is taking place. Accreditation with the state board […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Club plans ‘Astronomy Day’ activities

By Ryan Lengerich, CNJ Staff Writer On the Web: www.astroleague.org The Clovis Astronomy Club will hold “Astronomy Day” activities from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Clovis-Carver Public Library north annex. Club Secretary Carol Nash said telescopes, displays, giveaways and hands-on activities will take place throughout the afternoon. She said the club has […]

Student Profiles 1/22

Tyrell Northcutt, 17, the son of Todd and Tammy Northcutt, is a senior at Clovis High School. What is your favorite TV show, past and present? M.A.S.H. I love to watch the old reruns. Now, I like to watch Law and Order. What’s so great about your favorite sport? Cross Country is a great sport […]

Student profile: Brian Mead

Brian Mead, the son of John and Carolyn Mead, is in the ninth grade at Yucca Junior High School. What is your idea of a perfect day? Not too warm and not too cold, not windy, and going out to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner and finding $1,000,000 in the street. What is so […]

Tucumcari First Baptist Church celebrates its 100th birthday

By TV Hagenah Tucumcari’s second oldest protestant church commemorated the 100th anniversary of the founding of the church the evening of Jan. 4 with a birthday cake, balloons, a room full of people, entertainment and a singing of “Happy Birthday” to the church. “I think it is wonderful,” said First Baptist Church associate pastor David […]