April 11, 2008 Religion Digest

Church hosts free health screenings, clothes giveaway The Church of Christ at 16th and Pile streets will sponsor an afternoon of free health tests, blood donations and a clothes giveaway on Saturday, according to associate minister Allen McKinney. Registered nurses and a local doctor will provide free testing for hearing, blood pressure, blood sugar levels […]

Feb. 1: AAA New Mexico weekend gas watch

AAA NEW MEXICO’s WEEKEND GAS WATCH New Mexico’s average higher than neighboring states (Albuquerque, New Mexico – February 1, 2008) – New Mexico’s average price per gallon of gasoline is highest in comparison to neighboring states: New Mexico      $2.966 Colorado        $2.908 Arizona         $2.881 Texas           $2.874 Oklahoma        $2.867 The New Mexico average for regular […]

Jan. 25, A.A.A. N.M. gas watch

Albuquerque – Gasoline prices in all of the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch Communities have declined for two consecutive weeks, except for Durango.  The New Mexico average gasoline price per gallon has dropped 3.8 cents and the national average is down 9.7 cents since January 11, 2008. The New Mexico average for regular unleaded […]

Ho, hum: Cats breeze again

The Clovis Wildcats improved to 17-0 with an 82-52 win over Borger. Jaye Crockett led the Wildcats with 27 points and Jaden Isler added 21. Clovis beat Portales 31-28 in a girls game. Antiesha Brown scored eight points and Jadee Isler added six as Clovis completed a season sweep of the Lady Rams. Go to […]

German sausage anyone?

St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Bovina will host its annual German Sausage Dinner from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. (CST) on Feb. 3. Cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children under 6. Or you can purchase sausage for $4 per pound. The menu includes creamed potatoes and gravy, green beans, sauerkraut, bread and […]

Letter to the Editor: Gasoline pricing strategy long outdated

I have waited much too long to comment on the price of gasoline, so here goes. The 9/10 cent pricing practice was initiated at a time when a 1/10 cent saving per gallon of motor fuel represented a much larger portion of the total purchase price than is the case today. The industry-wide and unchanging […]

Fuel duel: Fire marshal ends gas war on Prince

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Gas prices dropped to 49.9 cents a gallon Wednesday at the Allsup’s at the corner of Prince Street and Llano Estacado. (Staff photo: Andy DeLislie) By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer When a fevered gas war between rival convenience stores snarled traffic at one of the city’s busiest intersections Wednesday afternoon, Clovis Fire Marshal Allan […]

Gas tax repeal good first step for New Mexico

By Ned Cantwell About every third day some well-intentioned soul sends me an e-mail forward, the intent of which is to suggest I should be thankful it costs only $67.87 to fill up my small pickup. Well, I am not grateful, so stick that in your tank. The idea, I think, is to remind me […]

High gas prices helped avoid shortages

By Walter Williams: Syndicated Columnist With all the recent hype and demagoguery about gasoline price-gouging, maybe it’s time to talk about the basics of exchange. First, what is exchange? Exchange occurs when an owner transfers property rights or title to that which is his. Here’s the essence of what transpires when I purchase a gallon […]

Drivers keeping eye on fuel prices

By Andy Jackson: CNJ staff writer Deanna Fe Briseno said she doesn’t mind waiting 25 minutes in line to buy gas if it saves her money. The Clovis woman stopped Saturday to buy gas at the Allsup’s on Prince Street, where the cost for regular-unleaded gasoline as much as 17¢ a gallon cheaper than other […]