Group organizes health care forum

Christina Calloway The 27th Special Operations Medical Group organized the Cannon Care Group in May to keep the Cannon Air Force Base community aware of medical group issues. The open forum is for medical group staff and anyone on base. Usually the group goes over health-related topics for the first hour and then the group […]

Child Sense: Helping your child learn the basics of organization

Priscilla J. Dunstan Teaching our kids how to be organized starts at an early age. The habits that will aid them as they move through life start when they are young with simple systems learned at home and in their own space. Even when they are young, they can learn how to put away their […]

Team sports can build character

By Glenda Price: CNJ columnist My grandchildren have introduced me to organized team sports for kids, and it’s great fun — for everyone. Parents who succumb to poor sportsmanship during their children’s games make the news now and then, but I can tell you most families are not like that. They are their kids’ cheerleaders, […]

Ticket feature: Christmas light parade big holiday attraction

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File photo The Christmas Light Parade usually attracts between 80 to 100 entries. The parade will run down Main Street from 14th to Grand streets. By Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico The annual Christmas Light Parade will light up downtown Saturday. The parade starts at 6 p.m. and the route follows Main Street from 14th […]

Labor put forth by jobholders enriches lives

Freedom New Mexico Labor Day for most Americans has evolved into just another excuse to have a three-day weekend, perhaps with a nod to the unofficial end of summer and a celebration of the first week of college football. Perhaps this is appropriate considering that of the federally mandated holidays this is the one that […]

Youth sports provide good chuckle

By Glenda Price My grandchildren have introduced me to organized team sports for kids, and it’s great fun — for everyone.

First person: Jason Bloomer

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Eastern New Mexico University cheerleader Jason Bloomer, 21, has been involved in competitive cheerleading since he was five. Given the choice of video games, sleep or studying, Eastern New Mexico junior Jason Bloomer will always go with video games or sleep. He learned not to give himself the option of […]

Students should be focus

By Clyde Davis: CNJ Columnist Last week, this column centered on the contributions of teachers to the lives and futures of students and included a statement concerning how school provides a structured and organized, thus safe, environment for many children. It would take up valuable space to describe in detail how many children, growing up […]

Jan. 21, 1934

City officials were working with law enforcement to clarify laws related to liquor sales. Bottle sales would require a special permit under the proposed new law. … Fifth-grade English classes at La Casita had organized a “Better English Club.” … The “Orient Express” was playing at the Mesa theater downtown. … And Clovis homemaker Ruth […]

To-do lists: powerful tools to accomplish mission

Lt. Col. Raymond Lopez How often have you gone home at the end of a day feeling frustrated because you had accomplished far less than you had planned? How many times has your to-do list grown by more items in one day than you marked off in a whole week? For most of us, this […]

Clovis ministers make meeting more formal

By Darrell Todd Maurina After many years without an organized ministerial association, Clovis now has an organized fellowship with about two dozen pastors trying to work together for community improvement. The Rev. Lance Clemmons, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Clovis and chairman of the newly organized Clovis Christian Ministerial Alliance, said that when he […]