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Students participate in leadership conference Fifteen students from Yucca Middle School, Clovis Freshman Academy and Clovis High participated in the New Mexico Career Technical Education Fall Leadership Conference Oct. 16-18 in Bonita Park. More than 300 career and technical education students took part in workshops at the conference focusing on developing leadership skills in the […]

Education digest — March 17

Clovis students qualify for national competition The Clovis Municipal Schools Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students participated in the state competition in Albuquerque, according to a news release. The release said 11 students qualified for the FCCLA National Competition to be held in July in Anaheim, California. Yucca Middle School competitors: • Samantha […]

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Daulton Hatley, 13, helps tidy up the soap box car he won in at the ninth annual Clovis Soap Box Derby. Hatley never raced in a soap box derby before this year and will be competing in the international All-American Soap Box Derby on July 25 in Akron, Ohio. Liliana […]

Camping trip shows father’s love

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist What is your best memory of your dad ? I hope that you have some positive ones. I hope, in fact, that you have so many, that you cannot answer the question. I remember the football games and wrestling matches he attended, but they are not the most precious memories. […]

June 8, 2008 Club Notes

Curry County Federated Republican Women The Curry County Federated Republican Women met May 13. The meeting was called to order at 11:30 a.m.. The prayer was offered by Carolyn Shipley and the pledge by all present. Rep. Anna Crook spoke for a moment about Senate Bill 2123, which would make EMT unionization mandatory, and asked […]

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Pure participation doesn’t save souls

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist Sometimes I think we get participation in church mixed up with real change in our hearts. Let me explain. As a child, I participated all the time in church. I attended many two-week long vacation Bible schools that were days packed with crafts, cookies, grape Kool-Aid, games and Bible activities. […]

Events set to celebrate King legacy

By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers Various activities are planned by the Portales Cultural Affairs Committee to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. and his vision and struggles to achieve a dream of nonviolence and equality in the world. Festivities begin at 10 a.m. today with a commemorative march. Used as a medium for […]

Change is only possible when one accepts Christ

By Judy Brandon: Religion Columnist During my childhood years, I took part in many two-week-long vacation Bible schools. Days were packed with crafts, cookies, grape Kool-Aid, games and Bible activities. Those my age remember the colored cards with scripture verses for each day. The first day’s verses started out fairly easily but by the end […]