Still fighting for more transparency

By Sarah Welsh: Guest columnist Twenty years ago this month, Bob Johnson hung out the shingle for the New Mexico Foundation for Open Government and began soliciting members. The free open-government hotline started ringing that day, and it hasn’t stopped since. Bob wasn’t starting from square one. NM-FOG had been officially incorporated the summer before, […]

Ministry more of a calling than a career

By Curtis Shelburne: Religion columnist Twenty-five years. Easter Sunday was for my wife and me our 25th anniversary. “Interesting,” someone might say, “since three of your four sons are older than 25. Glad you got around to tying the knot.” Now did I say it was a wedding anniversary? No, I did not. But, though […]

June 7 Club Notes

ENM food bank On May 29 the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico hosted its first luncheon party to honor volunteers that staff commodity sites within the eight northeastern counties the food bank serves. Twenty-seven people attended. Honored were: Frances Johnson and Marjorie Watkins of Clovis and Ann Duncan, Jeanie Meeks and Mary McClure of […]

Man sentenced for food store robbery

Clovis, NM – Matthew Chandler, Ninth Judicial District Attorney, announced today Frank Lasky, age 22, was sentenced today to serve twenty-one (21) years in prison.