Day trip: Sandia Peak Ski and Tramway

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Courtesy photo Sandia Peak Ski and Tramway is located near Albuquerque. Sandia Peak Ski and Tramway • Location: From Albuquerque, I-40 East to the Cedar Crest Exit 175, North on N.M. Hwy. 14 to the Crest Scenic Byway 536, then 6 miles to ski area. • What activities can you enjoy at this location: Winter […]

Xcel offering credit for lowering energy demand

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Xcel Energy is offering credit to Clovis customers in exchange for using a new tool to help lower peak demands on electric power. Customers in Roswell, Carlsbad and Artesia are also being asked to sign up for the company’s Saver’s Switch program. The voluntary program allows Xcel Energy to […]

Aug. 14 Religion Digest

Author scheduled to speak monthly Jewish studies author Sam Peak will be speaking in Clovis once a month for the next year. Peak will speak at 6 p.m. at the Best Western Clovis Inn every third Monday. In September, Peak will speak on the second Monday of the month. Information: 309-6293

Residents asked to limit energy use

CNJ staff Xcel Energy officials are asking customers to limit power use Tuesday as expected electricity demands could outweigh production. Xcel Energy spokesman Wes Reeves said the company shut down two generators Monday in coal-fire power plants in Muleshoe and Amarillo after discovering tubes in the boilers were leaking. Reeves said the generators would go […]

Lenhart, Dorothy M.

Dorothy M. Lenhart Have been held. Dorothy M. Lenhart, 83, of Colorado Springs, Colo. died on Friday, May 27, 2005, at the Pikes Peak Hospice Residence. She was born April 30, 1922, in Alamogordo, to the late Earl Spencer and Inez Priscilla (Newsom) Callens. She married James Kenneth Lenhart on Jan. 4, 1944. She was […]

Buena Vista attorney says his clients haven’t told their side of story

By Jack King: CNJ STAFF WRITER A temporary administrator testified Monday that Buena Vista Nursing Home had a leaky roof, black mold and a “very dirty” kitchen when she was asked to step in and oversee operations on May 20. But an attorney representing Buena Vista’s owners said his clients’ side of the story has […]

Tolerance for taxes, censorship waning

Tibor Machan The Laffer curve is about how much imposition or other types of trouble people are willing to tolerate from their fellows. Arthur Laffer, a professor at the University of Southern California, is supposed to have drawn a bell-shaped graph on a napkin once to show that up to the peak point of it […]

Reichenborn, Marie

Marie Reichenborn Services: Have been held. Marie Reichenborn, 88, died Friday, Sept. 26, at Liberty Manor Health Care Center, Colorado Springs, Colo.. Mrs. Reichenborn was born Aug. 15, 1915, in Verdigre, Neb., to Joseph and Josephine Hanzlik Jaros. She married Walter Reichenborn on July 11, 1939, in Las Vegas, N.M., and had been a resident […]

The mystery of buried treasure

By Don McAlavy One of the more exciting unsolved mysteries of all time is about hidden treasure found in New Mexico. Milton E. “Doc” Noss made the discovery in 1937 at Victorio Peak, in the San Andres mountain range of central New Mexico. Noss discovered the treasure site before it was taken in as part […]