Voicemail beep: My time to shine

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ Columnist When discussing his company’s revolutionary iPhone a few weeks ago, Apple CEO Steve Jobs addressed a crowd of shareholders as to how the phone could be more efficient. “We have caller ID, we have text messaging,” Jobs told a cheering crowd. “We don’t need voicemail.” OK, Jobs never really said […]

Positive light doesn’t shine on everything

By Anita Doberman I can usually talk myself into seeing things in a more positive light when something doesn’t go my way. I don’t always succeed, but I put the effort in most areas of my life, except for one: my parents-in-law, and particularly my mother-in-law. I can face long trips with my five little […]

Let’s let Clovis’ spirit shine through

BY Liz Eisenbraun, guest columnist Wow, what an amazing few weeks the Clovis-Curry County Chamber of Commerce and I have spent with the directors and producers of the movie “Believe in Me.” When I initially found out there was a chance that a portion of the movie could be filmed in our area I thought, […]

Pay problems are prevalent for troops

By Tom Philpott: Military Update Systemic pay problems that added to the hassle of mobilization for tens of thousand of Army Reserve and National Guard members since 9/11 have largely been corrected and should not hit the next rotation of reserve forces into Iraq and Afghanistan, says a senior defense pay official. Patrick T. Shine, […]