Peace on Earth sparks controversy

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer As a resident of a community with a strong military presence, I’ve often heard, “Freedom isn’t free.” It’s a notion that we sometimes have to sacrifice for our way of life, and it makes sense. As a reader of current events, I’m coming to fear something else. Apparently in […]

Jensen, Loyce “Alliene”

Loyce “Alliene” Jensen, 72, of Katy, Texas, died Saturday, April 29, 2006, at Christus St. Catherine Hospital in Katy. She was born Jan. 23, 1934, to Steve Allen Pillow and Althea Suther Pillow in Bovina, Texas, and raised in Clovis. She married James L. Jensen on Feb. 1, 1957, in Clovis. She was primarily a […]

Isham, Shirley

Shirley Isham No services scheduled. Shirley Isham, 74, of Clovis died Saturday, September 4, 2004, at her home in Clovis. She was born on April 7, 1930, in Waynoka, Okla., to Clifford and Edith Whiteman Durkee. She came to Clovis in 1946. She married Jack Isham on Aug. 29, 1949, in Fort Sumner, and she […]

Zias swept in season-ending series

CNJ STAFF KINGSVILLE, Texas — Sophomore Tori Johnson pitched her first shutout of the season while senior Robyn Jensen hurled her third complete game of the weekend Saturday as Texas A&M-Kingsville completed a four-game Lone Star Conference South Division softball sweep of Eastern New Mexico University with 8-0 and 6-2 victories. The Javelinas (31-24, 10-8 […]

Some are veterans because ‘it was the right thing to do’

Freedom Newspapers We will honor our nation’s military veterans with a holiday on Tuesday, for all the blood and anguish and separation they’ve endured in the name of freedom. Veterans Day, the Department of Veterans Affairs tells us (www.appc1.va.gov/vetsday) is set aside to thank and honor those who served honorably in the military. “Veterans Day […]