It’s Their Business: D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture

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D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture Location: 1616 N. Main St. What they do: They sell imported, hand-made furniture. They offer custom orders and building of furniture. The store also sells indoor and outdoor pottery. Who’s in charge: D. Ledezma-Pinon Employees: One How long in business: […]

Darrow, Harold “Tex”

Harold “Tex” Darrow of Santa Cruz, Calif., died Feb. 25, 2006, in Santa Cruz, Calif. A Shamrock, Texas, native, he lived in Santa Cruz, Calif., for more than 50 years. He served in the U.S. Navy aboard the USS Yorktown in the Pacific during the Korean War. A member of the National Association of Retired […]

Spanish music pioneers will be remembered

By Ben Salazar: Guest columnist Clovis’ music community suffered two great losses last month with the passing of Noe Anzaldua and Jose “Adan” Mondragon. Both individuals through their respective talents and personalities were instrumental in developing what has become known throughout New Mexico and West Texas as the “Clovis sound” for Spanish music. Anzaldua began […]

Texico, Fort Sumner advance in 1A playoffs

By Rick White: CNJ managing editor TEXICO — Texico’s bid for a third-straight Class 1A state title started slowly Saturday as the Wolverines had nearly as many fumbles as first downs in the game’s first 14 minutes. The Wolverines recovered from their butterfingers ballhandling by halftime and rolled to a 53-0 win over Ramah in […]