Data on higher education needs to be published

Freedom New Mexico One potential benefit of a tight budget is the opportunity to assess priorities and goals. That’s true for a family or a business. And it’s especially true for a government, which, by definition, depends on taxes taken from people. This month California’s nonpartisan Legislative Analyst’s Office issued a report, “Improving Higher Education [...]

Melrose residents holding benefit for restaurant, tire shop

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File photo Melrose Tire Service, known in the village as Dale’s Tire Shop, was damaged in an October fire. Residents are holding a dinner, dance and charity auction to help defray rebuilding costs for the shop, which opened in 1991. Kevin Wilson It’s first and foremost a business, but longtime owner Dale Bigler would also [...]

Ball to benefit local charities

CNJ staff The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico and Clovis Police Department’s Shop with a Cop program will benefit from the annual Mayor’s Ball. The ball is 6:30 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Clovis Civic Center and will feature live entertainment by Will Banister and the Mulberry Band. Tickets are $75 per person or [...]

Housing plan didn’t benefit Cannon

Those of us who lived in Washington were amused at what we called the “Washington Monument Syndrome.” When budget cuts were threatened, we were told “we will have to close the Washington Monument.” No one threatened to close an obscure park in North Dakota; always the Washington Monument. Clovis is doing the same with its [...]

Shoutouts — Aug. 7

Center thanks benefit sponsors The Community Service Center in Portales held its 12th annual barbecue benefit dinner on July 15, 2011. The dinner was a huge success thanks to the support of our local citizens and businesses. All proceeds from the dinner will directly benefit the Community Services Center’s senior meal site. The Community Services [...]

Chili’s hosting benefit

CNJ staff Chili’s of Clovis is hosting a fundraiser to benefit former Clovis resident and BNSF Foreman Paul Young, who lost both legs and an arm in a train accident in May. “Hugs for Paul Night” is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday and Chili’s will donate 10 percent of sales to assist Young [...]

Press release: Greg Skarda Memorial Golf Tournament to benefit Leadership Clovis

CLOVIS, NM – The 2010-2011 Leadership Clovis Class’ Annual Golf Tournament – in memory of the late Greg Skarda, an alumni of Leadership Clovis – will be held at Chaparral Country Club, Saturday April 16th with registration beginning at 8:00 am and a shotgun start at 9 am. The cost for this 4-person scramble is [...]

Rocking chair rock-a-thon to benefit Relay for Life

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Saturday’s rock-a-thon benefit is in honor of Kris Weaver, a Clovis veterinarian who died from cancer in 2010. Liliana Castillo Relay for Life team Dream Weavers will be rocking Saturday away to raise money. That’s rocking in a rocking chair. Team member Chris Pettigrew of Clovis said the rock-a-thon is [...]

Cell regeneration benefits wounded

Sometime this year, at the Army Institute of Surgical Research on Fort Sam Houston, Texas, more severely burned service members will benefit directly from the emerging science of cell regeneration. In a new clinical trial, doctors will remove a small patch of a patient’s undamaged skin. The patch, no bigger than a small Post-It note, [...]

Monday morning briefing: A biker benefit and a big explosion

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. College meeting The Clovis Community College board of trustees will be holding their monthly meeting 8 a.m. Wednesday in room 512. The meeting is open to the public. Land use info Information about the Cannon Air Force Base Joint Land Use Study is available [...]