Monday morning briefing: Free music, cooking tips and the JFK assassination

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Music, music, music The Eastern New Mexico University Steel Band is set to perform its Fall Concert at 7 p.m. today in the Music Building. The performance, directed by Neil Rutland, features selections from David Rudder, Chuck Mangione, Ken “Professor” Filmore, Andy Narell and […]

Tort system better than regulation

Tibor Machan Many moons ago I directed a conference on government regulation, out of which the book edited by me and the late M. Bruce Johnson, “Rights and Regulation,” was created. In this book some of those who supported government regulation — and most mainstream contributors did so — maintained that being opposed to government […]

Ticket feature: ENMU’s Saturday Night Lab series features student-directed plays

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Courtesy photo Brianna Pilon as Rosencratz, left, Laurel Petty, center, as The Player and Jason Goolsby, right, as Guildenstern. Vanessa Kahin, pictured on the far right in the photo with four people, is the director. The play is a reduced version of Tom Stoppard’s play “Rosencratz and Guildenstern Are Dead.” Freedom New Mexico Saturday, Eastern […]

March 12, 2009 Education digest

Clovis High School band members were awarded 135 individual superior medals Feb. 7 at the New Mexico Music Educators Association Southeast District Instrumental Solo and Ensemble Festival held at CHS. Band members received 13 superior solo ratings and all 10 ensembles received superior ratings. Clovis High School trumpeter Alec Blazek was selected as a member […]

New mandates will only harm auto industry

Freedom New Mexico Even as Washington doles out tens of billions of dollars to rescue unprofitable Detroit automakers, President Barack Obama cleared the way Monday to impose billions of dollars of additional costs on the industry. He directed the Environmental Protection Agency to reconsider granting 14 states waivers to set their own more strict regulations […]

“Believe” preview set for March

CNJ Staff A sneak preview for a movie filmed in and around Clovis will be shown March 8 at the North Plains Mall Cinema 7 Theaters, according to a Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce press release. Limited VIP tickets for the sneak preview of “Believe In Me” will go on sale at 8 a.m. Feb. […]

Legalization law could have eased resource strain

Freedom Newspapers It would not have made a huge difference in the most unfortunate aspects of the war on drugs. But it would have been a nice gesture. If Mexican president Vicente Fox had decided to sign a bill legalizing personal possession of small amounts of drugs now prohibited, while keeping sales and trafficking illegal, […]

CHS hosts 43rd annual All-Band Night “Pops” Honors Concert

By Gary Mitchell Tonight’s “Pops” Honors Concert promises to be fun for everyone, band officials say. More than 800 band students from the Clovis schools will perform in the 43rd annual All-Band Night “Pops” Honors Concert at 7:30 p.m. today in Rock Staubus Gymnasium at Clovis High School. Admission for the concert is $2 for […]

Choirs fare well in Southeast Disrict

CNJ Staff Clovis school choirs captured their share of top honors in the Southeast District Vocal Festival held in Clovis at Marshall Auditorium on April 9-10. Choirs from throughout southeastern New Mexico competed in concert and sightreading. Three adjudicators evaluated the concert area and one judged sightreading. Choirs earning superior ratings in either concert or […]