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By Sharna Johnson, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Aug. 6--The search for middle ground on a proposed county nuisance ordinance continues.
By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Aug. 5--High fuel costs may have grounded private pilots in Clovis but they have played a hand in the increase of passengers flying out of Clovis in the last year, according to Clovis Municipal Airport Director Steve Summers.
By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Aug. 2--Eastern New Mexico schools are facing an uphill battle trying to meet the state's adequate yearly progress. Nine Clovis schools and all five Portales schools fell short of AYP this year.
By Liliana Castillo, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 31--The movie "Swing Vote," a movie about a loveable loser named Bud Johnson in a fictitious Texico, New Mexico, who ends up being the deciding voter in the presidential election, is scheduled for release Friday.
By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 29--Eastern New Mexico health care officials said the region is not as impacted by a state-wide nursing shortage because of the availability of new nurses from local colleges.
By Liliana Castillo, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 24--Janice Green picked the right day to come to town. Green and her family live 14 miles east of Farwell and limit their trips to the city.
By Liliana Castillo, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 24--In the minimal light backstage, Caleb Brandon took his place behind a podium and placed a headset on his head. He took a deep breath as the first song began.
By Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 22--Xcel Energy officials are asking customers to limit power use Tuesday as expected electricity demands could outweigh production.
By Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 18--WASHINGTON -- A bill that would help fund a new dairy consortium and other agriculture initiatives affecting New Mexico was approved by the Senate Appropriations Committee Thursday, according to press releases from the offices of Sen.
By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 18--Inside what looks like an 8-foot tall green beach ball is a satellite terminal that represents the future of special operations communications technology.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.