Reporter’s Notebook: Fort Sumner grad featured on “Chopper Challenge”

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Courtesy photo Ralph Randolph, a Fort Sumner graduate, places the gas tank onto his Jim Beam custom chopper during filming of Country Music Television’s “Chopper Challenge.” Ralph Randolph, a 1984 Fort Sumner High School graduate, was picked as one of nine chopper builders for Country Music Television’s “Chopper Challenge.” Viewers vote on the winner. Randolph […]

F-16 personnel moving

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Cannon Air Force Base airmen with positions specific to F-16s will be given new assignments by a relocation team in February, according to a Cannon Air Force Base spokesperson. A team from Randolph Air Force Base in Texas will assign approximately 300 airmen permanent changes of station Feb. 5-9, […]

Supreme Court heading toward divisive territory

Freedom Newspapers The U.S. Supreme Court is moving from a period when it has been handling some of the easier cases on its docket, resulting in a surprising number of unanimous decisions, to handling more controversial decisions that will almost surely split the high court. One case decided last week led newly installed Chief Justice […]

8/15/04 Engagements

Rodriguez-Randolph Edward and Patrina Rodriguez of Clovis, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Allesondra Rodriguez of Clovis, to Robert Randolph of Belleville, Ill., son of Carl Randolph and Joan Green of Ocala, Fla. The couple will exchange vows at 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 21, 2004, at Faith Christian Family Church in Clovis. […]