Toddler’s name released

CNJ staff State police have released the name of a 19-month old toddler who was struck and killed by a vehicle Wednesday evening in south Clovis. Aadyn Noack was pronounced dead at 7 p.m. at Plains Regional Medical Center, police said. He was the son of Bradley and Amber Noack of Texico, police said. Clovis […]

State police investigating toddler death

State police said a 20-month-old boy was killed Wednesday evening in the 2300 block of South Prince Street after being hit by a vehicle. State police spokesman Lt. Rick Anglada said a vehicle was backing out of the driveway when it ran over the child. Anglada said the child died at Plains Regional Medical Center. […]

Residents commemorate Juneteenth

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CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Tony Woods, left, served deserts such as peach cobbler and cakes during Saturday’s Juneteenth celebration at O.G. Potter Park. The desert station went through about five cake trays. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer It took three days after June 16, 1865 before blacks in the south received the news […]

Candidate forum to be held

CNJ staff Candidates for the June 3 primaries have been invited to a Tuesday forum at the KTQM/KWKA building south of Clovis. The forum is scheduled for 6 p.m. and is scheduled for a two-hour broadcast on KTQM 99.9 FM and KWKA 680 AM. Advance questions can be sent to ktqm@plateautel.net, and listeners can phone […]

Zias place two players on All-South first team

CNJ staff RICHARDSON, Texas — Junior center fielder Laura Thompson and sophomore second baseman Rebecca Quinones were selected to represent Eastern New Mexico University on the All-Lone Star Conference South softball team, released on Wednesday by the conference office. ENMU (28-28, 6-12 South) also got senior first baseman Anna Hershkowitz and sophomore left fielder Alex […]

City receives grant to repave streets in south Clovis

CNJ Staff The city received about $350,000 Tuesday from the state to repave several streets in the south Clovis area, according to a city press release. The city applied for the Community Block Grant to fund street improvements for low-income residential areas. Public works director Harry Wang said the city hoped to get about $500,000 […]

Blackmon earns MVP honors

CNJ staff Former Clovis High standout Brittany Blackmon closed out her two-year career at South Plains College in Levelland, Texas, by earning most valuable player honors for the 2007-08 Western Junior College Athletic Conference basketball season. Blackmon, who helped Clovis High to a 30-0 record and the Class 5A girls state championship in 2005, averaged […]

TexAnns keep Zias reeling in South play

CNJ staff STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State punched over the game’s only runs in the bottom of the fifth and the TexAnns kept Eastern New Mexico University struggling in Lone Star Conference South Division play Friday with a 2-0 victory. Brooke Saulters (4-6) pitched a four-hit shutout for Tarleton (10-14, 2-2 South), which handed the […]

Campaigns are first for YouTube

By Steven Greenhut: Guest Columnist After speaking to a group of veterans in South Carolina last April as part of his “Straight Talk Express,” Sen. John McCain was asked by an audience member when the United States would send an “airmail message to Tehran.” The senator stopped for a moment, then reminded the audience of […]

Redman-Trotter, Northcutt honored

RICHARDSON, Texas — Senior guard Justin Redman-Trotter has been selected to represent Eastern New Mexico University on the All-Lone Star Conference South Division second team in voting by division coaches released Wednesday by the conference office. Meantime, ENMU’s women were represented on the South’s honorable mention list by freshman guard Tori Northcutt. Redman-Trotter, a senior […]

Angelo State cruises past Hounds

CNJ staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Junior guard Maso Hamilton came off the bench for 19 points Saturday night and Angelo State cruised to an 83-49 Lone Star Conference South Division men’s victory over Eastern New Mexico. Junior forward Denell Stephens added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Rams (15-10, 4-6 South), who scored […]

Texas Woman’s posts win over Zias

CNJ staff DENTON, Texas — Texas Woman’s held Eastern New Mexico University to one field goal over the first 16 1/2 minutes of the second half Thursday and the Pioneers pulled away to a 65-48 Lone Star Conference South Division women’s victory. Freshman point guard Tiandrea Dixon scored 15 points and dished out six assists […]

Zias get first win in South

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CNJ courtesy photo: John Vestal ENMU freshman Patricia Malouff puts up a shot against Texas A&M-Kingsville guard Ali Scott in Saturday’s Lone Star Conference South Division women’s game at Greyhound Arena. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — A hot hand early and some toughness late helped the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball […]

Tucumcari teen dies in accident

CNJ staff A Tucumcari teen died Saturday morning in a one-vehicle accident in eastern De Baca County, according to State Police Lt. Cleo Baker. Robert Marquez, 15, was driving a 1986 Jeep Cherokee south on N.M. 252 about 10 miles south of House around 8 a.m. when the vehicle left the road and rolled over […]

LSC releases baseball, softball polls

CNJ staff RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University has been picked 10th in the 12-team Lone Star Conference in baseball and fifth in the seven-team LSC South Division in softball in preseason polls released by the conference office. The polls were voted on by coaches, sports information directors and various media representatives. The LSC […]

Obama wins South Carolina in racially charged primary

By David Espo and Charles Babington: The Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. — Barack Obama routed Hillary Rodham Clinton in the racially-charged South Carolina primary Saturday night, regaining campaign momentum in the prelude to a Feb. 5 coast-to-coast competition for more than 1,600 Democratic National Convention delegates. Former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina was running […]

Javs beat Hounds in South opener

CNJ staff KINGSVILLE, Texas — Texas A&M-Kingsville went on an 18-7 run over the final 5 1/2 minutes of the first half and defeated Eastern New Mexico University 74-65 Wednesday night in the Lone Star Conference South Division men’s opener for both teams. Senior center Stephen Story came off the bench for 15 points to […]

Romney wins Michigan GOP primary

By Liz Sidoti and Glen Johnson: The Associated Press DETROIT — Mitt Romney scored his first major primary victory Tuesday in his native Michigan, a win he desperately needed to give his weakened candidacy new life and set the stage for a wide-open Republican showdown in South Carolina in just four days. Romney was the […]

Dec. 12, 1974

“Children and matches” was the fire department’s tentative ruling as the cause of a fire that occurred in a storage shed in the 1400 block of South Prince Street. … The State Highway Department was preparing to synchronize newly installed traffic lights at the E. Mabry and Norris Street intersections. … An electrophonic 72-inch console, […]

Mustangs throttle Hounds

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson ENMU running back Tim Hammett drags Midwestern State defensive back Darius Bortters into the end zone in the third quarter for the Greyhounds’ only score in Saturday’s 63-7 Lone Star Conference South Division loss to the Mustangs. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer BLACKWATER DRAW — There wasn’t much to […]