Alltech expects full production by mid-January

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer International animal supplement manufacturer Alltech has begun limited production in its Curry County facility, according to company officials. The Nicholasville, Ky.-based company’s 240-acre facility is located east of Clovis along Curry Road 10. The company upgraded the former Superior Grain Sugar Refining plant to produce its Yea-Saac Farm Pak. […]

April, 27, 2008 Club Notes

Altrusa International Inc. Altrusa International Inc. of Clovis met April 14 at Muffley’s Back Door. Members were served dinner by hostesses Mary Weigl, Suzanne Funicella and Phyllis Davidson. Following dinner, Davidson, the club president, introduced Judy Benitscheck, 2008 spelling bee organizer. She presented a program to the group outlining the process of organizing the local […]

Oct. 22, 1962

Advance elements of the Cannon-based “Black Falcons” returned to their home base from a deployment to Turkey. … The Clovis News-Journal reported that President Kennedy summoned top congressional leaders back to Washington and planned to make a nationwide television report because of an “International situation of the highest security.” … Rex Sporting Goods, 308 Main, […]

Senate should scrap Sea Treaty and start fresh

By Freedom New Mexico On May 15, President Bush offered further evidence that he has strayed far from traditional Reaganite Republican principles by urging the Senate to ratify the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea Treaty. With a Democratic majority, ratification has become a possibility. It would be a mistake. The Law of […]

Gonzales’ exit long overdue

By Freedom Newspapers Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should save President Bush the trouble of asking for it — a procedure that obviously pains the president when it come to loyal aides — and submit his resignation immediately. Gonzales may well be a decent person with a compelling personal history. And the position of attorney general […]

Humanity still being devalued by slavery today

Editorial This editorial might have been published to commemorate Black History Month. Or, on Feb. 23, the 200th anniversary of the abolition of the British slave trade. Or Jan. 1, the day the Emancipation Proclamation freed American slaves in 1863. When it comes to slavery, sadly, it’s always timely. Inhumanity is timeless, reducing free people […]

Student profile: Maher

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Megan Maher is a Clovis High School senior. She is the daughter of Robert and Angela Maher. Tell us about your pets: I absolutely adore my two cats. Gizmo joined our family a few years ago when we got her from a friend, and Gadget, my black cat, was […]

Club notes: Altrusa International

CNJ Staff Members of Altrusa International of Clovis met at Muffley’s Backdoor for their monthly program meeting. Hostesses for the evening were Glenda Hileman, Kathy Travis, and Joanne Winslow. The group was treated to a fresh vegetable dinner. The guest speaker for the evening was Dr. Stephen Naggs. He talked about coming to Clovis and […]

Attacks on Israel continue without end

By Mona Charen: syndicated columnist “Israel believes this threat is existential,” explained a clearly dubious former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia Richard Murphy. Well, how could they think that? (And by the way, all former ambassadors, especially those who served in Saudi Arabia and now serve as advisers to Saudi banks, should be taken with […]

Club Notes 7/9

Altrusa Altrusa International of Clovis members met at Muffley’s Back Door for their monthly program. A salad supper was served. New officers were installed: Phyllis Davidson, president; Nancy Taylor, vice president; Jennifer Gomez, recording secretary; Beverly Fitz, corresponding secretary; Glenda Hileman, treasurer; and JoAnn Winslow, Mary Weigl and Amber Folk, directors. Carolyn Muffley conducted the […]

Mideast democracy has its peculiarities

By Mona Charen: Syndicated Columnist In Israel and the Palestinian territories, two new governments are taking shape. The Kadima Party, which will (just barely) head Israel’s new coalition government, seeks simply to separate and insulate Israel from the homicidal intentions of its Palestinian neighbors. On the other side of the fence, Hamas is settling into […]

Milosevic’s manipulation did irreparable harm

Freedom Newspapers In the end, Slobodan Milosevic may be best remembered as simply one more petty example of what Hannah Arendt called the “banality of evil.” A midlevel communist apparatchik who took advantage of various incidents as the former Yugoslavia was unraveling along with the rest of the communist enterprise in the late 1980s to […]

Israel won’t solve problems with Iran

By Mona Charen: Syndicated Columnist It is remarkable how quickly discussions about Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons turn to Israel. “Well,” worriers are reassured, “Israel will never permit Iran to go nuclear. Remember Osirak?” Very well. In 1981, Israeli planes streaked across the desert at low altitude and destroyed the Iraqi nuclear reactor at Osirak, […]

Gideons united by mission to spread Gospel

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Gideon member Len Santi hands out a Bible to a student on a bus Tuesday near Gattis Junior High. The Gideons were handing out Bibles at area schools this week. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer Their backgrounds vary and they worship at churches of many denominations. However, the members of […]

Some fear vitamin guidelines will interfere with purchases

By Marlena Hartz: Freedom Newspapers Joy Armstrong is afraid she may not be able to purchase certain quantities of vitamin and mineral supplements due to tightening international guidelines. The Clovis resident regularly orders vitamins from a research center and has been doing so for more than 40 years. Ever since she was diagnosed wheat intolerant, […]

8-21 Club Notes

Altrusa International Foundation, Inc. Nancy Taylor of Clovis was recently elected to serve on the Board of Trustees of the Altrusa International Foundation, Inc. The International Foundation was established in 1962 to assist Altrusa clubs and other worthy organizations carry out community service programs throughout the world. She has been a member of Altrusa since […]

Molina, David

David Molina Services: Have been held. David G. “Uncle-Tio” Molina, 67, of Nogales, Ariz., died Tuesday, June 14, 2005, at Kindrad Hospital in Tuscon, Ariz. He was born on Dec. 28, 1937, in Clovis, to Frank and Amalia Tenorio Molina. He was a journalist who worked at Clovis News Journal and Nogales International newspaper. He […]

Foreign aid could negate incentive for reform

Freedom Newspapers The agreement among the world’s economically developed countries, called the G-8 countries, to forgive more than $40 billion in debt owed by some of the world’s poorest countries to international institutions like the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund could be the beginning of a fresh start for those poor countries. But […]

Iraqi elections fraught with irony, hope

CNJ staff Today’s elections in Iraq are brimming with ironies. A celebration of democracy and freedom features curfews under which citizens are not allowed on the streets after dark, candidates fearful of appearing in public, stores and restaurants closed, concrete barriers restricting movement in major cities and heavily armed police and security forces everywhere. It […]

News from Iraq more than just disheartening

Freedom Newspapers The story that will make the biggest splash may not have been the most disheartening news out of Iraq in the last week or so. Not that it wasn’t disheartening to learn that some 380 tons of conventional explosives — perhaps more destructive than the chemical and biological substances usually lumped into the […]