Clovis teens face felony charges in burglary

Argen Duncan Five Clovis teenage boys face felony charges, accused of aggravated burglary for an incident that occurred Monday in Roosevelt County, according to the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office. A release from the sheriff said one of the ways aggravated burglary happens is when a person breaks into a dwelling, then arms himself. It is […]

Teenage girls give testimony during second day of murder trial

CNJ Staff Two teenage girls gave testimony for the prosecution Tuesday morning that placed three brothers and two other men at the apartment complex where 10-year-old Carlos Perez was shot and killed more than two years ago. Melissa Sanchez was the first witness in Day 2 of the first-degree murder trial of Edward Salas, 23, […]

Bliss trumps wrongs

By Anita Doberman: CNJ Columnist Children ask all sorts of embarrassing questions and sometimes put us on the spot. This weekend, I had a lot of explaining to do when we visited New Orleans. I went with my five children and my teenage babysitter — naturally hubby still deployed. We thought that it would be […]

Shame not enough to change D.C. culture

By Mona Charen: Syndicated Columnist “We should not subject young men and women to this kind of activity, this kind of vulnerability.” So said Illinois Congressman Ray LaHood, who is recommending that the congressional page program be suspended at least temporarily. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, you cannot trust members of the United States Congress with […]

T-shirts and jeans are still in style for teens

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Clovis High School seniors Terrance Walker (left), and Larry Parker sport their favorite NFL player’s jersey at last week’s college fair at Clovis Community College. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tova Fruchtman CNJ STAFF WRITER With school in full-swing, homework, reading and extra-curricular activities have become daily routines. Perhaps, the most drastic change from summer […]