Clovis police officer, local pastor die in crash

By Mike Linn: CNJ news editor A Clovis police officer and a Methodist pastor — a husband and wife remembered for their love of God and outgoing personalities — died together shortly after 9 p.m. Wednesday night in a motorcycle accident five miles west of Cannon Air Force Base. Boden Garrison, 35, and wife Amanda, […]

Zias overhaul Cameron with game-ending 16-2 run

FREEDOM NEWSPAPERS LAWTON, Okla. — Laci Lee scored 22 to lead three Eastern New Mexico University players in double figures, and the Zias used a game-ending 16-2 run to defeat Cameron 65-63 Thursday night in a Lone Star Conference women’s crossover game at Aggie Gym. The Zias (5-7) also got 16 points from Jereena Bosket […]

Producers: Dairy food still safe

By Darrell Todd Maurina Local dairymen and beef producers said the discovery of mad cow disease in a Canadian-born dairy cow raised in Washington state shouldn’t cause Americans to shun beef or dairy products. Wayne Palla, chairman of the Southwest Council of Dairy Farmers of America, cited a DFA national press release on dairy safety […]

Suspected killer still eludes Oklahoma authorities

By Ryan Lengerich A man with ties to eastern New Mexico who is suspected of killing two Oklahoma residents last month is still on the loose. But Oklahoma police officials believe they have him contained. Scott James Eizember, 42, is suspected of killing an elderly couple Oct. 18 in Depew, Okla., police said. Prior to […]

Woods Wedding

Stephanie Cox-Chrisman of Clovis and Bernie Woods of Clovis were joined in marriage on July 5, 2003, at the Chapel of the Bells in Las Vegas, Nev. The bride is the daughter of Michael and Lilly Chrisman of Wichita Falls, Texas, and Edward and Patricia Cox of Pittsburgh. She is the granddaughter of Alice Cox […]