McGee: Marriage is a sweet deal

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist It was another Saturday morning, another morning of venturing forth out onto the High Plains in search of great yard sales. I was hungry so I sank a knife into the big pan of brownies The Lady of the House had baked the day before. “What are you doing?”said a […]

Hungry bears no laughing matter

By Glenda Price: CNJ columnist One summer my husband and I ran what was called a “guest ranch” in the mountains. It was a group of cabins built so they enclosed a middle open space where children could play and grownups could visit. Wood for the fireplaces was stacked in there as well. Besides handling […]

Walk will aid hungry

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By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer We walk because they walk. That’s the philosophy behind today’s Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty (CROP) walk. The fundraiser provides money to feed the hungry at local, national and global levels. It is estimated families in some countries walk an average six miles a day to get food and […]

Editorial: Proposed laws threat to growth of Internet

Freedom New Mexico Thousands of revenue-hungry, budget-poor taxing agencies are turning their appetites to the Internet, where new business models generate big bucks, much of it beyond tax collectors’ reach. A host of proposals in statehouses and Congress to tax and regulate the Internet threaten to unleash a multitude of unintended, unpleasant consequences. These government […]

Education feature: Lunch ladies keep stomachs satisfied

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Alejandro Chacon, from left to right, Lydia Gonzales, Lindsey Perry and Saul Molina help food service manager Sonya Campos serve lunch on the first day of school after the holiday break at La Casita Elementary School. La Casita serves 417 meals at La Cas By CNJ staff writer: Liliana Castillo […]

Jaden Isler improving

CNJ Staff Clovis High School Athletic Director Brian Stacy said Clovis High senior Jaden Isler was talking, coherent and hungry Saturday morning.“I think everything’s looking good,” Stacy said. Isler, who helped Clovis reach the Class 5A state title games in football and basketball this school year, collapsed and lost consciousness Thursday evening while attending a […]

Web site can help the state’s hungry

By Ned Cantwell It’s outrageous, is what it is. While the rest of us super-size our double cheeseburger at McDonald’s, slop more sour cream onto the giant baked potato at Cattle Baron, squeeze one more enchilada onto the plate at La Fonda, our New Mexico neighbors are going hungry. I don’t mean hungry in the […]