Scheme or not, environmental results positive

Freedom Newspapers Although critics are claiming an agreement by Wal-Mart to preserve an acre of wilderness for every acre its stores and parking lots occupy is nothing but a cynical scheme to burnish the retail giant’s battered image, there’s no denying that it will do a lot of good for the environment. Here’s the deal: […]

Late doctor remembered through building

By Leslie Radford Clovis Community College will host an open-house for the Dr. H.A. Miller Student Services Center at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in memory of H.A. Miller. One trustee of Miller’s account Richard Rowley said he remembers Miller, a family friend and local doctor in the 1940s, from his early childhood. “He was really a […]

Reporter’s notebook: Elk Foundation holds annual banquet

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 11th annual banquet on Saturday is the group’s primary fund-raiser of the year, according to member Allan Myers. “We typically have an attendance of over 400 people at our annual event,” he said. “People from all over the country attend our banquet. ” But due to high security at Cannon […]

3/8 Business Digest

ENMR meeting coming up The 56th Annual ENMR Plateau membership meeting will occur April 16 in the auditorium at Marshall Junior High. The meeting will include reports from the cooperative’s board president, chief executive officer and committees. Four positions on the board of directors will be filled and the 2005 ENMR Plateau education foundation scholarship […]

College reorganizes student services

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Amber Ludington takes a placement test Wednesday in the new testing facility in the Dr. H.A. Miller Student Services Center at Clovis Community College. (CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Leslie Radford: CNJ Staff writer Clovis Community College is reorganizing its Department of Student Services. Dean of Student Services Michelle Schmidt said relocating the offices […]

Apathy puts First Amendment in danger

By Carol Singletary: Guest Columnist Apathy is killing the First Amendment. This according to the results of the recent Knight Foundation’s report on the state of the First Amendment among high school students and educators. The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation commissioned researchers from the University of Connecticut to question more than 100,000 […]

Cannon spouse member of group that assists grieving families

Keith Pannell: CNJ correspondent Honoring those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice while defending the interests of the United States is something many do. Helping their families during one of the toughest times of their lives is something else entirely. One local spouse is helping a non-profit organization do exactly that, and she’s doing it […]

Is your foundation made of rock or sand?

Judy Brandon: CNJ columnist In some of my early growing up years in Kansas City, Miss., mother often took Susie and me into the city to explore museums or to shop at Macy’s. Those excursions were recreational and educational. We would shop all morning and then at noon we would head to the nearest Katz […]

ENMR sponsors $25,000 scholarship

CNJ STAFF ENMR Plateau, in partnership with the National Telecommuni-cations Cooperative Association’s Foundation for Rural Service, sponsored a college scholarship program to award a $2,500 scholarship to a local high school senior, according to a press release from ENMR Plateau. Winning one of this year’s scholarships is Hailey Lee. Lee, daughter of Scott and Aprile […]

Strong faiths, foundations built on solid rock

Judy Brandon Here’s a good thought for the year 2004: build on the Solid Rock. Let me explain. When I was a child living on the outskirts of Kansas City, Mother often took Susie and me into the city to explore museums or shop at Macy’s. I remember one cold January day we headed downtown. […]

Sources

Don McAlavy Reading sources on east-central New Mexico, Curry County and Clovis: “Curry County History,” 1978, published by the High Plains Historical Foundation of Eastern New Mexico. “High Plains History,” 1980, published by the High Plains Historical Foundation of Eastern New Mexico. “Our Kind is Hard to Kill,” 1997, by Don McAlavy. “Clovis Revisited – […]