Education Digest 11/13

Clovis Community College sets on-line registration Clovis Community College students, both new and continuing, may register online Nov. 17 through Jan. 16 for the spring semester. Online registration hours are Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The […]

Nigerian-born linebacker big hit with Hounds

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Courage Idemudia is a three-year starter for the Hounds. CNJ photo: Eric Kluth. Dave Wagner PORTALES — Nigerian-born Courage Idemudia knows his first name must have a special meaning. He’s just not sure what it is. “I never asked my parents about it,” the Eastern New Mexico University junior said. “I just know I try […]

Temptations of a cultural, local nature

Clyde Davis It’s comin’ up pretty soon — next weekend, in fact. The next presentation in the ENMU theatrical offering for this semester. There is always one conjunctive with Homecoming, and this year it is The Picnic. I suppose because I have an unusual number of theater, dance, and drama people in my freshman writing […]

Development forum to cover Clovis’ progress, future

Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis business leaders are hosting a Friday meeting at Clovis Community College to discuss how the city can build on its successes. “A lot of good things have happened in Clovis,” said Beverlee McClure, president of Clovis Community College. “Often when good things happen, we don’t stop to ask why good things […]

Velez, Jose Dr.

Dr. Jose Velez Services: Have been held. Dr. Jose H. Velez, 55, of Clovis, a medical doctor, died Wednesday, July 23, 2003, at his home. He was born on May 2, 1948, in Lima, Peru, to Jose B. and Ana deRomero Velez. He came to the United States in 1976 and moved to Clovis in […]

College football not government responsibility

Freedom Newspapers Many people believe government is instituted to guarantee fairness in all aspects of life. Actually, government exists to ensure our rights and we don’t have a right to be treated fairly, except in a court of law (where we all should expect to be treated equally). But that doesn’t impress some in Congress […]

Spirit, fortitude overcome ‘giants’

Judy Brandon With each new semester, my students arrive with hopes and dreams for the future. They bring with them goals, plans and thoughts of anticipation about college and what is to many, a new beginning. Their dreams are heartfelt, distinct and meaningful. Most of them are determined to succeed against all odds. But alongside […]

Clovis CC, ENMU announce joint admission plans

Gary Mitchell A five-year, $2.6 million grant will establish a new era of cooperation between Clovis Community College and Eastern New Mexico University, officials said Wednesday. Dr. Steven Gamble and Dr. Beverlee McClure, the presidents of Eastern New Mexico University and Clovis Community College, respectively, conducted a joint press conference at Clovis Community College to […]

Zias battling injury bug

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Freedom Newspapers: Kevin Wilson/Sophomore Adrienne Sena returns a serve during Wednesday’s Zia volleyball practice at Greyhound Arena. By Dave Wagner PORTALES — A young Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball squad got even younger with injuries to their only two returning starters. Senior outside hitters Margie Goble, who spent her first three seasons as ENMU’s setter, […]

College gets gift of technology

By Gary Mitchell Clovis Community College officials recently received nearly three quarters of a million dollars to complete the construction of the college’s new library and technology center. Lynell Skarda, Citizen’s Bank chairman of the board, and Kent Carruthers, president and CEO of Citizen’s Bank, presented the college’s board of trustees with a check for […]