Boeing labor deal sets poor precedent

A key to American prosperity is the freedom of companies to run their operations how they see fit, wherever they decide is best for them. That freedom took a hit this week in a case involving Boeing, the aerospace and defense giant. Although this matter doesn’t directly affect our area, anything that damages the company’s […]

Education column: ‘Prize Patrol’ rewards effort, hard work

A Clovis Municipal Schools school bus filled with a somewhat boisterous group of individuals was seen traveling the streets of Clovis one day last week. A closer look revealed that this lively group was traveling with a giant banner, noisemakers, giant placards, and cameras. Nope … not students. Turns out this group was made up […]

‘Dale’s Restaurant’ in Melrose damaged by fire

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson The interior of Melrose Tire, known to village residents as “Dale’s Restaurant,” burned Sunday night in a fire. The fire has left residents without a daily restaurant, a place to fix flats or get diesel fuel. Kevin Wilson The giant white block letters on the red facade couldn’t be more […]

Giant map takes students to South America

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Texas Tech education faculty Reese Todd asks Zia Elementary sixth graders to show the flow patterns of rivers in South America Wednesday on the National Geographic Giant Traveling Map at Central Baptist Church. Liliana Castillo Clovis students walked across South America this week. It was a basketball court-sized National Geographic […]

Education column: Giant maps to visit elementary schools

If you happen to be in the vicinity of Zia Elementary or La Casita Elementary schools next week, there is a distinct possibility that you may see students hopping across the Amazon, hiking across the Andes, or stretched out in the rain forests of Brazil as part of an interactive trek through the continent of […]

Cupcakes, polyester featured on show

Information on organizing your home, working with polyester fiber and preparing giant cupcakes will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Laura Dellutri will share tips on how to change your life from chaos to calm and make your home an oasis to come home to. Her company […]

Clovis PD seeking state accreditation

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The Clovis Police Department is one of nine state departments working toward accreditation. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The Clovis Police Department is taking a giant step to become more transparent. This month, the New Mexico Law Enforcement Professional Standards Council — the accrediting authority for the state — is evaluating the department’s application. […]

Former Giant walks for recovery workers

By Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico George Martin was a Giant on the field, and he’s also a giant off the field. Martin is walking across the country, more than 3,500 miles in total, to benefit the rescue and recovery workers from the World Trade Center attack on Sept. 11, 2001. He passed his journey’s […]

Land of Enchantment has much to offer

By Ryn Gargulinski: Columnist When TV Honeymooner Ralph Kramden always joked about sending his wife to the moon, he could have done it easier than his proposed punching her hard enough in the head. He could have simply sent her to New Mexico. Yes, it is cool that the Land of Enchantment is on the […]