Music sets tone for student success

By Alan Dropps: Guest columnist Today marks the beginning of “Music in our Schools Week.” This event is celebrated annually in the Clovis Municipal School District. We celebrate in a variety of ways. We hold a poster contest for our elementary students, present a “Grand Concert,” perform individual school concerts, and conclude the week with […]

Press Release: Wind farm developer sets Farwell meeting

Scandia Wind Southwest, LLC, a Texas wind farm developer, and the Parmerton Rhea, LLC landowner’s steering committee, have finalized land lease negations for the area of the Mariah Project in Parmer County, Texas. Parmerton Rhea, LLC landowner’s steering committee has negotiated on behalf of the landowners. The Mariah wind power project encompasses more than 200,000 […]

United Way director: Companies ‘bread and butter’ of fundraising campaign

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Freedom new Mexico: Tony Bullocks James Bickley principal Todd Morris places some food items into a backpack Friday for student to have for over the weekend. This is one of many programs funded by the United Way of Eastern New Mexico. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico Anyone who works in a Clovis or Portales […]

ENMU sprinter sets mark

CNJ staff ALBUQUERQUE — Eastern New Mexico University track athletes Kyle Harris and Tyler Anderson had strong outings Saturday in the Tailwind Invitational track meet, hosted by the University of New Mexico. Competing against largely Division I competition, Harris, a junior, earned a provisional qualifying mark for the NCAA Division II national outdoor meet in […]

Senate sets limits on campaign contributions

By Kate Nash: The New Mexican Ethics reform advocates say they made progress with the approval by the Senate on Thursday of a campaign contribution limit measure, but still have other reforms on their to-do list this session. “It is a big step forward,” Steve Allen, executive director of Common Cause New Mexico said of […]

Zias’ Murphy sets mark in setback

CNJ staff PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University got off to a fast start Thursday night, but the Zias were overtaken by Tarleton State and dropped a 28-30, 25-22, 25-18, 25-15 Lone Star Conference volleyball decision to the TexAnns at Greyhound Arena. ENMU junior Caitlin Murphy collected 25 digs in the loss, though, and broke […]

Habitat for humanity ReStore opening

Habitat for Humanity Sets Grand Opening For ReStore in Portales Habitat for Humanity of Roosevelt & Curry Counties will hold a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its ReStore in Portales on Saturday, August 23rd at 10:00 a.m. at 308 North Main.

Racing Commission sets Wednesday meeting

The New Mexico Racing Commission is scheduled to meet on Wednesday morning in Santa Fe.

Surveillance act sets dangerous future precedent

Freedom New Mexico The Senate passed Wednesday the FISA (Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act) Amendments Act of 2008 as a “compromise” between Democrats and Republicans, although it was by and large a victory for the Bush administration. President Bush signed it into law on Thursday. Twenty Democrats voted for the bill, including Sen. Barack Obama, who […]

Time to honor cowboys?

The U.S. Senate has passed a resolution cosponsored by Pete Domenici that sets July 26 as the “National Day of the American Cowboy.”