Auto-making best left to Detroit

By Bob Huber: CNJ Columnist We were barely out of bib overalls when my boyhood friend Smooth Heine joined me in celebrating our independence by assembling a motorized vehicle on a budget of $13.67, the total value of our lifetime savings and investment portfolio. Actually, we were in the early stages of a primal urge […]

Commissioner charged in family dispute


By Andy Jackson: CNJ staff writer Curry County Commissioner Ed Perales said an argument with his daughter and wife has been blown out of proportion. He said he did not hold his daughter and wife in a room against their will, as alleged in a police report. Perales, 40, was arrested Sunday by Clovis police […]

Quenon, Belinda

Belinda Quenon Services: Have been held. Belinda Faye Cruger Quenon, 50, of League City, Texas, died Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2004, at her home. She was born April 5, 1954, in California. Survivors include her husband, Max E. Quenon of League City, Texas; two sons, Michael Cook and J’Max Sterling Quenon, both of Grand Junction, Colo.; […]