By Glenda Price There are stories about bachelor cowboys – they don’t clean their camp, they don’t cook at all, they’re cranky. Not true. I’ve known several bachelor cowboys, and those “truisms” are myths. In fact those guys, living alone, don’t have to worry about another person messing things up, and that’s the way they […]
By Judy Brandon: Religion columnist I heard this story first-hand this past week. The following incident happened this summer.
The following books are available for checkout at the Clovis Carver Public Library: 101 Dalmatians by Justine Korman, Cars by Ben Smiley, Clifford: Four Favorite Stories by Norman Bridwell, Dinosaurs: Four Favorite Stories by Grace MacCarone, Disneyâ€™s The Little Mermaid by Michael Teitelbaum, Eight Silly Monkeys by Steve Haskamp, Farm Animals by Wade Cooper, Going […]
CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Senior Airman Amy Slye said her job function as a videographer has changed from just documenting incidents to producing news stories as the result of a merger between the Cannon Air Force Base Public Affairs desk and the base multimedia department. By CNJ staff writer: Gabriel Monte The Cannon Public […]
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Betty Mobley, left, and Aloha Starbuck of Clovis enjoy a laugh at Friday’s 8th Annual Pioneer Women of the West Breakfast at the Clovis Civic Center. Starbuck wore her favorite bonnet to the breakast because her grandmother said it was her best one. By Keely McDowell: CNJ staff writer Area […]
Readers sometimes ask why we don’t always name criminal suspects in crime stories.
Sunday is the one-year anniversary of the deadly tornado that ripped through eastern New Mexico. Our newsroom staffs are planning in-depth coverage in
We’re beginning to compile content related to the one-year anniversary of the March 23 tornadoes that caused major damage in Curry, Roosevelt and Quay counties. We’d like to hear your stories and publish your photos from before, during and after the big winds. If you’d like to share memories of that scary night: Email us […]
We’re planning ahead – at least thinking about planning ahead – and starting to compile content for the one-year anniversary of the March 23 tornadoes that caused major damage in Curry, Roosevelt and Quay counties. We’d like to hear your stories and publish your photos from before, during and after the big winds. If you’d […]
By Clyde Davis: Columnist The other day, while doing some browse-shopping in our local chain bookstore, I came across two books to put on the “maybe” list. Complete scripts, or at least apparently complete, for “It’s A Wonderful Life” and “Miracle On 34th Street.” Since both rank high on my favorite blond’s list of touching […]
By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom Newspapers A popular piece of advice for writers is to write about what you know. But writing about what you know can be extremely painful when you’ve been affected by the destructive demon of methamphetamine. Crank. Ice. Chalk. Tweek. Nose candy. There are many ways to label this man-made drug, but […]
Students at La Casita Elementary School listen attentively Wednesday as Native American storyteller Debra Morningstar shares stories with the students that demonstrate how to live in balance and harmony. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Here, there is no museum mentality. Rattles, turtle shells, rabbit pelts, animal skulls and handmade […]
By Curtis Shelburne: Religion columnist Christians really do stand on shoulders of giants By Curtis K. Shelburne It’s been a long time since I sat in a classroom in the old main building at Abilene Christian University and listened to Lemoine Lewis lecture on church history. Professor Lewis knew whereof he spoke. Harvard-educated […]
By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers While Portales people knew him as “Jack,” the Eastern New Mexico University professor and all-around nice guy, Jack Williamson, cast a large shadow in the science fiction community. Terms and even ideas adopted by science or Hollywood often had their roots in science fiction. Williamson coined or made popular a […]
By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer In 1947, Richard “Gene” Pershall of Clovis was infatuated with the military and wanted to follow in his older brother’s footsteps. At the age of 15, he pestered his father to let him join the Army Air Corps. Reluctantly, his father agreed and signed a consent form stating Pershall […]
By Helena Rodriguez: Local columnist My friend Bernard likes to look at Chevy porn. When I queried him recently about a stack of magazines piling up in his closet, he referred to these car magazines as his “Chevy porn.” It’s no secret he is into Chevys. He even has pinups of his beloved Chevys all […]