Book reviews

Dining on the B&O Co-authored by Clovis resident Karl D. Spence, “Dining on the B&O” is a culmination of a lifelong love of trains and fascination with the B&O Railway. The 170-page book written by Spence and Thomas J. Greco, has revived the experience of dining on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, offering a unique […]

Children’s book creator offers lessons for all

Freedom New Mexico We don’t recommend a lot of books in this space, particularly when the book is about fictional mice. Then again, not many children’s book characters teach so much about liberty. “Indy-Pindy The Liberty Mouse,” the creation of Farwell libertarian blogger Kent McManigal, takes his readers on a journey full of challenging, real-life […]

11/24 4-H results

The following are winners of the Curry County 4-H Awards Banquet held Monday at the county fairgrounds. Members complete a book of records about their projects throughout the year. The books are judged and the youth are awarded on how well they do in completing the task. The Adam Burford Award is a $250 scholarship […]

Elementaries hosting book fairs

CNJ staff Four Clovis elementary schools are hosting book fairs this week. Funds from the book fairs will go to the schools’ libraries. Lockwood —

Fear of indoctrination starting dangerous trend

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist Two years ago, we took my grandson Jason to Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque. Since he had an interest in photography, we got him a small, one-use camera and he took some wonderful shots, worth entering in county fair. This was at age 7, and a few opportunities that came along […]

Religion digest: Church hosting book sale

St. James’ Episcopal Church is hosting a book sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the church at 1117 N. Main. Martha Fuller with the church said proceeds from the event will benefit missions and outreach projects. The sale will include gently used books, DVDs, and CDs. The Women of St. James’ will […]

Couple looking to part with windmill collection

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Freedom New Mexico: Eric Butler Bill Dalley looks over a guest book stationed near the windmills on his property in Portales. Visitors from across the U.S. as well as some from Germany, Brazil and Australia have stopped in to take in the 85 antique windmills. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico Some collections, like stamps […]

The governor that time forgot

By Don McAlavy: Local columnist I have book cases that are full of old history books. One of the books fell out of the case yesterday. The book was titled “My Life in the Mountains and on the Plains” and the man who wrote the book was that old New Mexico governor. David Meriwether, Virginia-Kentucky […]

Author to host book signing

Freedom New Mexico Native New Mexican Kathleen Rodgers followed her husband from base to base during his twenty-year career as an Air Force fighter pilot. She met her husband while he was assigned at Cannon Air Force Base. She wrote a book about her and her family’s experiences called The Finale Salute. The author will […]

Feb. 15, 2009 On the shelves

The following book are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Strong at the Broken Places: Voices of Illness, a Chorus of Hope by Richard Cohen was given by Kappa Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in memory of Marc Hayes. The remarkable story of five ordinary people trapped in the complex world of serious chronic […]