College halls dedicated to educators

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Jay Gurley speaks Wednesday at Clovis Community College, where the Town Hall was redidicated as the Dr. Jay Gurley Town Hall. Also seated are James H. Turner, left, for whom the Business Service Center was dedicted, and Clovis Community College President John Neibling. CNJ staff report Clovis Community College dedicated […]

Cultural Arts Series ready to enter tenth year

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Courtesy photo The 2010-2010 Cultural Arts Series line up includes a performance of “The Music Man.” Liliana Castillo The Clovis Community College Cultural Arts Series schedule is set for its 10th year. The schedule includes a plethora of entertainment ranging from a Broadway musical to a cirque show. “The whole theme is bringing the world […]

Education digest —

Blood drive planned at Clovis Community College Clovis Community College will be host to a blood drive Thursday. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the commons area Appointments are available. Donors much have a valid identification, weigh more than 100 pounds and be well. Information: 769-4154

College scoreboard

Midwestern State 44, ENMU 17, final

Spouse: CCC tailored to military

Cannon Connections photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis Community College student Kayla Blair reads during a break at her work study job in the college’s marketing department. Liliana Castillo The population of students with a connection to the military at Clovis Community College is a minority group which may be why such students say they feel special. […]

Airmen balance service, school

Emmy Awards

Cannon Connections photo: Jared Tucker Staff Sergeants Kenneth Hopkins and Kenneth Langford walk to their public speaking class Monday at Eastern New Mexico University. Both men are avionics technicians in the Air Force and stationed at Cannon Air Force Base. By Jared Tucker: Cannon Connections Time is hard to find when balancing an active duty […]

Meetings watch — Clovis Community College board of trustees

At its meeting Wednesday, the Clovis Community College board of trustees: • Voted to name the college town hall after Jay Gurley in recognition of his service to CCC and the community. • Voted to name the Business Service Center at CCC after James H. Turner in recognition of his service to the college. • […]

Monday morning briefing: Parents night, horse news and seeing the world

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Senior parent night Clovis High School is hosting the class of 2011 senior parent night 6:30 p.m. today at CHS lecture hall. College entrance exams, college application process, information on scholarships, financial aid, graduation, career exploration will be discussed at the meeting. Information: CHS […]

Mesalands president resigning

Freedom New Mexico Mesalands Community College President Phillip O. Barry is calling it quits in a year. Barry told the college board Tuesday that he plans to retire effective the fall 2011 school year. Attempts to reach Barry and board Chairman J. Bronson Moore for comment Wednesday were not successful. Richard Primrose, Quay County manager, […]

Friday morning briefing: Clovis man honored, school supplies needed and 21st street blues

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. Clovis native honored Dalton (Ga.) State College has honored former president and Clovis native James A. Burran,dedicating the college’s 75-foot bell tower in his name. Burran grew up in Clovis and graduated from Clovis High School in 1968.

CCC presenting musical ‘Rent’

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Courtesy photo Rent’s cast is made up of actors from various cities in New Mexico and Cannon Air Force Base. Freedom New Mexico Clovis Community College’s theater department will be performing the Tony Award and Pulitzer prize-winning musical “Rent” next week. The show will be performed 7 p.m. nightly July 28 through July 31 with […]

Students say Kids College puts fun in summer

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Elyssa Dominguez, 13, uses a tool to add a detail to a bowl during a wheel-thrown pottery class at the Clovis Community College Kids College program. It is held at the college each summer. Liliana Castillo Christian Crider said summer is usually boring. This year, he took two classes during […]

State Line Tribune gets new editor

Will Anderson has been named editor of the State Line Tribune, effective Sept. 1. The Tribune is a weekly paper with a circulation of 1,350 in Parmer County, serving Farwell, Bovina, Lazbuddie and Texico. Anderson is a Farwell native who served 26 years in the Navy, recently returning to Farwell upon his retirement, according to […]

Press Release: “Rent” coming to Clovis

Clovis Community College’s Theater department will be performing the Tony Award and Pulitzer prize-winning musical RENT, by Jonathan Larson, on July 21-25, 2010, with curtain times of 7:00 p.m. nightly, and a Sunday matinee performance beginning at 2:00 p.m. All performances will be held in Town Hall on the CCC campus and tickets are $10. […]

Freshman pair claims college title

A new horse. The notion that freshmen don’t win national championships. Just details to Chance Kiehne and Michael Trujillo. They had a calf to rope. The pair finished their goal Saturday night, taking second in the short round and earning enough points to claim first place in team roping at the College National Finals Rodeo […]

Press Release: ENMU’s Kiehne and Trujillo second in team roping college finals

CASPER, WYO – After taking fifth in the second go and fourth in the third go of the team roping at the College National Finals Rodeo, the duo of Chance Kiehne (Fr., Springerville, Ariz./Springerville HS) and Michael Trujillo (Fr. Portales, N.M./Portales HS) from the Eastern Mew Mexico University are currently in second place, with a […]

Letter to the editor: Seidenwurm dedicated to students

In my 25 years as an administrator at four community colleges, I have had the opportunity to work with about 40 superintendents of schools at 27 different school districts. While I found most of those superintendents easy to work with, I have never worked with a superintendent more supportive of the local community college than […]

Day trip: Dinosaur bones on display at museum

Cannon Connections photo: Clarence Plank A large bronze of a Triceratops head offers children and adults a chance to see how big the dinosaur was at Mesalands Community College’s dinosaur museum. Place: Mesalands Community College’s Dinosaur Museum. Location: It is 78.2 miles from Cannon Air Force Base and takes about 1 hour and 35 minutes […]

‘RENT’ auditions scheduled

Freedom New Mexico Clovis Community College’s theater department is holding auditions for the musical “RENT” 7 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Actors should have a song prepared or be prepared to sing the national anthem at the audition. The production will be a rock opera so every character sings. Actors are needed to play characters between […]

Greyhounds add junior college forward

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team has signed junior college transfer Aaron Edwards of Gardenia, Calif. to a letter-of-intent for the 2010-11 season. Edwards, a 6-foot-7, 200-pound forward, helped San Bernadino Valley College win its third consecutive Foothill Conference championship and claim its first undefeated season in conference play at […]