Floyd jamboree tuning up

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Freedom New Mexico: Clarence Plank Keane Brown plays fiddle while rehearsing with the Floyd Jamboree Band on Sunday at Floyd High School. The Floyd Lions Club Country Jamboree is celebrating 60 years of entertainment. By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico The annual Floyd Lions Club Country Jamboree celebrates 60 years of music Thursday through Sunday […]

Clovis High graduates 370

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Friends Molly Walker, left, and Janie Balch take another photograph of themselves with help from friend Sujel Delahoz as they wait for the graduation ceremony to begin. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer The old gym at Clovis High School was a flood of Wildcat purple caps and gowns as […]

Focus on finances, not recipes

For your consideration, two thoughts about the presidential election I had when I should have been at the gym: • One of the most common attacks you’ll hear on Barack Obama is that he’ll raise your taxes. So why is he getting attacked for turning down $85 million in taxpayer money? That’s the amount Obama […]

Summer camp focuses on leadership skills

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Michelle Williamson, middle, helps teammate Juan Ceniceros, left, walk his way across an uneven two-by-four during a ropes course during a Leadership Odyssey activity in Clovis Community College’s gym. The activity helps students learn to work toget By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer About 20 students watched warily as Clovis Community College faculty member Brad […]

Wildcadettes to do their thing

Proud parent Raymond Mondragon reports the Clovis High School Wildcadettes are scheduled to perform their drills at 6 p.m. today at Rock Staubus Gym.

Feb. 22 – Drum away

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis band members Jesika Trujillo, left, and Jared Finch drum away between games Friday night at Rock Staubus Gym. Both have been playing the drums for four years. Finch said he loves drumming because it’s “the greatest thing in my life.”

Oct. 28, 1978

At a meeting of Clovis city commissioners, a new city ordinance gave the municipal judge authority to require litterbugs to pick up litter. … Sirloin Stockade, 2018 Mabry Drive, guaranteed a lunch in 10 minutes or it was free. … Clovis High School basketball coach Jimmy Joe Robinson was one of five guest speakers at […]

Exercise important for moms

By Anita Doberman: Columnist This week I took my youngest daughter, 11 months old, to a play date with several other moms, which was really an opportunity for me to enjoy some grownup company. As it often happens when women get together, our conversation eventually drifted toward issues of weight and looks, culminating with a […]

Education Digest: Outstanding service awards given

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Eastern New Mexico University recently presented awards for outstanding service to the university. ENMU Spirit of Eastern winners are as follows: n Winning in the “support” category were Sandra Whiting, department secretary in the Office of Advising; John Burns, custodial/maintenance operations at ENMU-Ruidoso; Maggie Gardels, senior secretary in the […]

Author profiles area basketball teams

By Don McAlavy: Local Columnist Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of profiles of Curry County high school basketball teams based on the book “Ghost Town Basketball,” by Steven Flores of Albuquerque. Flores can be reached at flores_1@msn.com and 294-4275. • Lincoln-Jackson High School was established in Clovis in 1924. The school’s […]