CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Bailiff Tommie Means observes the action on election day Tuesday at the courthouse via closed circuit cameras. David Stevens Clovis’ Matt Chandler, running his first statewide race, trailed incumbent Gary King by 21,000 votes with 15 of 33 counties reporting in the attorney general’s race. Curry and Roosevelt counties did [...]
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Max Best of Clovis places his ballot into a voting machine Tuesday at Zia Elementary School. Best said it his civic duty to vote, “you can’t complain if you’re not taking part.” By David Stevens: FNM editor Tuesday night’s blog reported at least four New Mexico attorneys general have come [...]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Paula Vander Dussen, front, and George Vander Dussen cast their vote Tuesday at Mesa Elementary School. OK, now the Curry County vote totals are all in … sorta. About 85 ballots remain uncounted at midnight but the winners appear to be the same as projected about two hours ago. Dan [...]
Alvin Petty’s latest blog is on pain, suffering and evil.
Mike Higgins, who writes a regional sports blog for our Web site, has e-mailed with an answer to a reader’s question about Clovis basketball legend Bubba Jennings.
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis’ Wes Gant received his ballot at Zia Elementary from the judges. Officials at Zia said the turnout at their polling location was greater than they expected. By David Stevens: Editor David Lansford would not say prior to the election which candidate he supported to succeed him after 12 years [...]
Mike Higgins’ sports blog is live on our Freedom New Mexico sites today. He writes about high school, college and professional sports of local interest. You can find the feature under “Blogs” in the blue bar atop the Clovis News Journal home page or go to: Short Rutts • • • New Mexico lawmakers recently asked [...]
We’ll be adding two new bloggers to our Web site in the coming weeks. Mike Higgns has been one of the Golden Spread’s biggest sports fans the past five decades. His “Short Rutts” blog should be live any day now. Andy Kastelic, a theater major at Eastern New Mexico University, will be writing about his [...]
A good jolt of electricity from a wind farm that zigzags across rangeland in De Baca and Quay counties will be used during Sunday’s Super Bowl at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., according to a story in Thursday’s Albuquerque Journal. The NFL wanted to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the Super Bowl [...]