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Elliott Spc. Candace Elliott, daughter of Robert and Julie Elliott Clovis, graduated from Army Basic Combat Training in Fort Jackson, S.C. July 19. She was assigned to CO A, 2nd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment. She will be attending AIT at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas.

My turn: Hunger pangs lead to unique sayings

Helena Rodriguez When my sister Julie gets really hungry she says, “My big tripas are eating my little tripas.” This translates into, “My big gut is eating my little gut” or as my Uncle Paul’s wife, Roxanne, of Arkansas, says, “My belly button is about to munch on my spine.” Most of us know the [...]

East Valley Tribune purchased

Freedom Communications Freedom Communications has received a letter of intent to purchase the East Valley Tribune in Mesa, Ariz., and keep the Pulitzer-Prize winning newspaper and Web site operating, Publisher Julie Moreno said Friday. Freedom, which is operating under Chapter 11 of the Federal Bankruptcy Code, will seek approval from the bankruptcy judge to complete [...]

2-17-08 Public Record

The following people recently applied for a marriage license with the Roosevelt County clerk’s office: • Anthony D. Wallace, 19, of Clovis and Samantha Marie Harper, 19, of Clovis. • Aaron Davis Clark, 21, of Clovis and Crystal Ann Lopez, 26, of Clovis. • Emery G. Lomaintewa, 19, of Portales and Samantha Alexa Rea Ochoa, [...]

Feb. 3, 1957

• ENMU Greyhounds over came a seven point halftime disadvantage and after a nip and tuck battle came out on top of a close 77-74 count. • Julie plays at the tower starring Doris Day, Louis Jourdan, Barry Sullivan and Frank Lovejoy.

Children’s lives haven’t always been complicated

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom Newspapers I’m so out of the loop that I’ve never MySpaced, let alone started a Web page or blog. My idea of chatting is old fashioned, talking face to face with a real person, or on a real cell phone. When we were kids, MySpace.com was my bedroom, I mean our [...]

Getting kids to clean room requires creativity

By Helena Rodriguez How clean is your house? That’s a scary question to ask someone, even a good friend, during a casual conversation. “How’s your day?” and “What do you think about the weather?” These are valid conversation topics. But talk about what lies behind someone’s closed doors and inside their closets and you just [...]

July 27 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Wet, Wet! Praises galore for all the rain everyone has received over the past few weeks. Just keeps getting better as the ground gets some much needed depth to the moisture. Then all these showers continuing to add more and it is finally pretty general all over so it does a lot [...]

Fighting can be good for children’s health

Helena Rodriguez My two nieces, Anisha, 11, and Stephanie, 8, were involved in a heated argument about to turn physical when I said to my sister, “Don’t stop them! Fighting is good for them!” Julie looked at me like I was insane. “That’s right!” I said. “Fighting is good for children.” I read it in [...]