Residents protest poly-cart program

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File photo Frank Rubio of the city’s public works department goes through poly-carts in November. The city is trying the trash collection system on a trial basis, with some complaints from residents. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Dozens of residents trashed the city’s trial program for trash poly-carts, but city officials insist their minds […]

Foreclosure process long, frustrating

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer For dozens of Clovis property owners, April 1 didn’t feel like much of a joke. That’s the day the city filed a foreclosure suit on their properties with the city poised to take over titles for liens ranging from $180 to nearly $50,000. There were 128 properties on the […]

Veterans organization hands out turkeys to needy

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson AMVETS Chaplain Manuel Medina hands a turkey to Maria Seniseras Friday at Bella Vista Arts Academy. The AMVETS had 250 turkeys to give away to area families in need. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Dozens of families left Bella Vista Arts Academy Friday afternoon carrying frozen turkeys for their […]

Farwell cowgirl among nation’s best barrel racers

Eric Butler: Freedon New Mexico Of the dozens of competitors on the first night of the annual Pioneer Days Rodeo, one resident of Farwell was sure sitting pretty after taking a risk over a year ago. Cassie Moseley, 27, finished the 2008 season at fourth place year-end standings in barrel racing. Entering the Professional Rodeo […]

Rollers rare occurence

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Snow rollers were visible across Tucumcari throughout the weekend. Tucumcari Elementary School secretary Kim Garcia said, “The last time I saw them was when we had that really big snow in 1986.” (Courtesy photo) By Chelle Delaney: Freedom Newspapers Women likened them to jellyrolls, or rolls of batting. Men described them as looking like logs […]