Internet better off without FCC’s proposal

Freedom New Mexico Julius Genachowski, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, has announced that the commission will take up a new strategy for regulating the Internet at its Dec. 21 meeting. Proposed in the spirit of what has popularly become known as net neutrality, the new rules would forbid Internet service providers from blocking any [...]

Press release: Rep. Luj

Washington, DC – Today, Congressional Republicans continued to block important, job creating legislation that will help America become more globally competitive. The America COMPETES Act will improve American competitiveness, encourage economic development and help train a new generation of researchers and scientists. “Today’s vote shows again that Congressional Republicans are more interested in scoring political [...]

Quilt blocking tips featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on quilt blocking methods, creating ambiance in the home and remodeling will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. and noon Thursday. Jean Gilles Dean is a quilting expert from Midland, Texas, and she’s going to explain why a quilt needs to be blocked and when [...]

Clovis standout refining game for WNBA

By Jesse Wolfersberger: CNJ staff writer Former Clovis High School standout Cisti Greenwalt is trying to get tough. Greenwalt is in the Sacramento Monarchs’ training camp for the second straight year, and she hopes to make the final roster this time around by getting mean in the post. “She needs to be more aggressive,” Monarchs [...]

Campus prank goes haywire

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist It began with the “Jack the Ripper” movie. This horror flick, from sometime in the 1930s, contained all of the classic elements that make for a still viable fright-night feature. As the main focus on the campus horror movie evening for Halloween, it was supplemented with “Sorry, Wrong Number” and [...]