Monument leaves its mark

Courtesy photo: museumofnewmexico.org A unique new museum designed by Navajo architect David Sloan —shaped like a hogan and a tepee — and an interpretive trail, provide information about the history of Fort Sumner and Bosque Redondo Indian Reservation, according to the New Mexico State Monuments website. By Airman 1st Class Jette Carr: 27th SOW Public […]

Weddings — Dec. 26

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Palmer Heather Risdon and Brian Palmer of Bosque Farm were married Dec. 9 at 11 a.m. in Belen. The bride is the daughter of Keith and Lisa Risdon of Clovis and the granddaughter of Gordon and Darrell Spies of Clovis. The groom is the son of Robert and Geri Palmer of Albuquerque and the grandson […]

CHS soccer teams finish play in tourneys

CNJ staff ROSWELL — Freshman Taisha Bosque scored off a corner kick and added an assist Saturday as the Clovis girls soccer team won their first game of the season, a 2-0 decision over Las Vegas Robertson. Sophomore Christa Milner added a goal for Clovis (1-5) while Celsey Eldridge and Kayla Ware combined for four […]

Portales’ Erf, Partin brothers reach semis

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Staff photo: Andy DeLisle Portales’ Bethany Self lost to Sandia Prep’s Chelsea Lehman in three sets Friday afternoon at the state tennis tournament in Albuquerque. By Mickey Winfield ALBUQUERQUE — Portales senior Ella Erf and the Ram doubles tandem of Walker and Skyler Partin advanced to the state tennis semifinals after big wins Friday afternoon. […]

Lady Rams fall in finals

CNJ staff ALBUQUERQUE — The Portales High girls tennis team edged St. Michael’s 5-4 in the state team Class 1A-3A semifinals on Saturday before losing in the title match to Bosque 9-0. “I thought we were a little intimidated going into Bosque; I thought we could have done better,” Lady Rams coach Michelle Wallis said. […]

Lantz-Casados, Darla

Darla M. Lantz-Casados, 48, of Los Alamos, died Monday, Feb. 27, 2006. Family members said she was a giving and creative person who enjoyed life to its fullest. She enjoyed painting, photography, creating flower arrangements, snow skiing, bicycling, and sports. Family members said her greatest pleasure in life was being a grandmother. She was a […]

11/2 Local Roundup

Police: Possible suspect in attack Clovis Police said Tuesday they have a possible suspect in connection with Friday’s attack on a Clovis woman at her home on the 900 block of Connelly Street. Clovis Police Detective Tony Bosque said he is waiting until the victim positively identifies the suspect from a photo line-up before pursuing […]

Memorial to Navajo Long Walk to be dedicated near Fort Sumner

CNJ staff The forced relocation of the Navajo and Apache people to the Bosque Redondo, a crumbling internment camp located in Fort Sumner, began in 1862. The grueling 350-mile march is now known as the Navajo Long Walk. A host of dignitaries will gather at the historical site Saturday for the Bosque Redondo Memorial opening […]

Police investigating infant’s death

By Mike Linn: CNJ news editor Clovis police are investigating the Friday death of a Clovis infant as child abuse, according to a press release from the Clovis Police Department. Detective Tony Bosque said a suspect has agreed to speak with police today about the incident. The 41-year-old suspect — who maintains his innocence — […]

Article puts want and need in perspective

Ned Cantwell There is something on my mind this morning, and I am not looking for a chorus of “it’s about time.” I get to thinking about the little, green Ford Ranger truck in my driveway. It’s from the 1990s but does everything I need it to do. It gets me to the post office, […]