In honor of Father’s Day, 24 children from Barbara Ann’s Child Care Center revealed the good, the bad, and the embarrassing aspects of their dads. All of the children expressed appreciation for dad’s rebellion, and said their favorite thing about dad is he allows them to eat junk food before dinner, even though mom gets […]
The city of Portales will honor Joe Blair for his service to the community at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Memorial Building.
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Cannon Air Force Base Honor Guard members renders a salute during Monday’s Memorial Day Observance at Lawn Haven Gardens. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Betty Grissom said it was her husband’s request to be buried in Clovis. Grissom’s husband of 44 years, Thomas, was buried two years ago at […]
The U.S. Senate has passed a resolution cosponsored by Pete Domenici that sets July 26 as the “National Day of the American Cowboy.”
Church plans celebrations for Greens The First Church of God in Christ will honor Bishop W. Charles Green Sr. and his wife Ange this weekend for 51 years of service. The Rev. J. L’Keith Jones, pastor of Metropolitan Church of God in Christ in Albuquerque, will be the featured speaker at a 7 p.m. service […]
Editor’s Note: Due to privacy laws, these lists may not be complete. Arts Academy at Bella Vista Honor Roll A Honor Roll Third grade Jesse Alvarado, Maria Amaro, Rachael Candelaria, Samantha Cusco, Trenton Gaither, Emma Godbey, Mariah Griego, Dyllan Johnson Mari Martinez-Lucero, Joshua McLaurin, Rachell Mendoza, Esther Mendoza, Albert Ortega, TJ Richardson, Taylor Rothwell, Naja […]
Wayland Baptist University Dean Gary Mitchell reports a Wayland student has been named “Student Teacher of the Year” by the state. Mitchell said Jimmy Marez, a student teacher at Clovis’ Sandia Elementary School, will be honored Saturday at the Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell campus.
By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Science fiction fans will descend on Eastern New Mexico University on April 11 for the 31st annual Williamson Lectureship. Authors are invited to visit the campus and discuss the interactions of science and the humanities. The lectureship has been a campus tradition since 1977 to honor science fiction author […]
By Don McAlavy: CNJ columnist Marvin “Big Boy” Martin was born Nov. 8, 1885, in Calloway County, Ky., and because of his father’s ill health (asthma), his family came to New Mexico on Nov. 12, 1906. His father, Richard “Uncle Dick” Martin homesteaded near Blacktower, southeast of Field. “My father built and ran a hotel […]
Eastern New Mexico University The following area students were recognized for having made Eastern New Mexico University’s Dean’s Honor Roll for the fall 2007 semester. Melrose — Jamie K. Dickerman, Brynna R. Kos, Robin D’Nae Reed, Kimberlee A Smith Texico — Stephanie L. Bailey, Alexandra Denea Brooks, Melissa M. Freitas, Lacy Dene Price, Gabriel J. […]
La Casita Elementary Third grade A Honor Roll: Jazmine Acosta, José Antonio Alvarado, Ricky Balderas, Thomas Bynum, Andrea Carreño, Alejandro Chacón, Joel Espino, Austin Finney, Alexandria Gutierrez, Santiago Gutierrez, Consuelo Mercadal, Danielle Mezua, Bianca Olivas, Alexander Pereda, Kenya Perez, Juanita Quezada. A/B Honor Roll: Sierra Baca, Brandon Balderas, Abraham Calderon, Lee Carabajal, Merecades Chaves, Alejándro […]
ames of some honor-roll students may not be listed due to parents’ privacy concerns. Arts Academy at Bella Vista Third grade A Honor Roll: Emilio Armijo, Maria Amaro, Yailin Arevalo, Veronica Baiza, Rachael Candelaria, Dalton Fulcher, Trenton Gaither, Emma Godbey, Mariah Griego, Joshua McLauren, Esther Mendoza, Rachel Mendoza, Albert Ortega, T.J. Richardson, Brianna Sena, Isabella […]
Pat Weekley is the Pintores Art League artist of the month for January. Her paintings will be on display at Clovis-Carver Library until Jan. 31. She has been active in the art league for 11 years and has served in several offices. She also has been involved in many art shows sponsored by the art […]
By Clyde Davis: Local columnist Several years ago, Sinbad and Arnold Schwarzenegger starred in a Christmas comedy about, among other things, parents attempting to latch onto the perfect, coveted and much sought after gift for their children. As is usually the case with Christmas comedy movies, there is a heartwarming underlying message about reconciliation, real […]
Franklin Dorothy Franklin is Pintores Art League’s featured artist of the month for November. Her paintings are on display at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. She started taking art lessons in the early 1960’s from Mary Lou Garrett. Franklin, along with Don McAlavy and three other painters, stocked the former Paint’n Place Gallery with their paintings, […]
CNJ staff Two Eastern New Mexico athletes were recognized for all-academic conference honors. Senior midfielder Ryan Atkinson was elected to the Southwest Soccer Conference’s All-Academic team for the second straight year, while Zia sophomore defensive specialist Heidi Geyer gained selection to the Lone Star Conference volleyball All-Academic squad. Both teams are selected by sports information […]
Courtesy photo Pernethea Evans’ husband, Cannon Air Force Base Capt. Kermit Evans, was killed in an Iraq helicopter crash in 2006. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Pernethea Evans joined thousands in Washington, D.C., last weekend to run in the 2007 Marine Corps Marathon in honor of fallen service members. Evans’ husband, Cannon Air Force […]
By Freedom New Mexico The Bush administration’s foreign policy is a mess, given its preference for war and bluster for dealing with adversaries in the Middle East. But the administration has pursued a reasonable policy toward China, still at least a nominally communist regime that has mixed authoritarian political rule with relatively free markets. The […]
Roy Connally of Portales purchased the Clovis Motor Company. … The Kiwanis Club was offering a cash prize for the most courteous clerk in Clovis in honor of courtesy month. … R.H. Crook sold apples for 90 cents per box.
By Freedom Newspapers It is all too commonplace to think of Memorial Day as the semiofficial beginning of the summer vacation season. The attitude was reinforced by Congress in 1971, when it was pegged to the last Monday in May — to make for a nice three-day weekend — rather than the traditional date of […]