Senior happenings —

CRSMA Senior Diners Club 901 West 13th St., Clovis Monday: Closed. Tuesday: Green salad, green chili chicken enchiladas, pinto beans and plums/toppings. Wednesday: Gravy, pork chops, mashed potatoes, green peas, biscuit and cherry cobbler. Thursday: Sliced tomatoes, baked chicken, broccoli, cheese and rice casserole, strawberry/bananas, apple and wheat roll/margarine. Friday: Pasta salad, barbecue beef sandwich, [...]

You can control the way you react

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A friend of mine had lunch Tuesday in Lubbock. I don’t know what she had, but I do know she’s probably not going back there. She got a fortune cookie after her meal, and the fortune read, “Did you enjoy your meal? Order another one to go.” Really? It’s one thing to try to upsell [...]

African royalty visit Portales, Roosevelt County during cultural exchange tour

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Alisa Boswell Portales and Roosevelt County officials visited with African royalty Wednesday during a lunch at Portales City Hall. King Nzamane and King Mukuni, both of Zambia, Africa, have been crossing New Mexico for more than a week, visiting officials in cities such as Santa Fe, Albuquerque and Clovis. The kings, along with their New [...]

Thursday morning briefing: The price of lunch, a new house and full rights granted

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. No free lunch Clovis Municipal Schools’ students who buy regular priced lunches will see a 5-cent per meal increase beginning in August with the 2011-2012 school year. Prices will increase from $1.75 to $1.80 per meal for elementary school students and from $2 to [...]

Thursday morning briefing: Music, building and the Teflon Don

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Music, music, music Evening of music is 7 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 1101 Pile St., in Clovis. It features Jane Begley Saied of Clovis with acoustic, bluegrass, folk and contemporary music. There is also poetry and readings. Free and open to the public. [...]

Hamburgers childhood treat

Having lunch with a couple of guys that are older fogies than myself I couldn’t win, so I just listened. The talk turned to hamburgers and how cheap we used to buy them growing up. When they got down to a quarter burger I knew I couldn’t beat that myself. I can maybe remember a [...]

Thursday morning briefing: Cinco de Mayo, good eats and rodeo

Good morning, happy Cinco de Mayo and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Good eating Portales Municipal Schools lunch menus for May are available at the district website http://www.portalesschools.com/ And here’s a link to the Clovis Municipal Schools menu http://www.cms.k12.nm.us/food_service/index.html Rodeo fun The Resistol All-Around Ranch Rodeo kicks off at 1 p.m. today [...]

Forrest community reunion planned

Freedom New Mexico A reunion is being held May 28 for the Forrest community. A lunch will be held with a $10 charge for adults and $5 for children. The deadline to RSVP is Sunday with checks payable to the Forrest Everybody’s Club. Contact Mary Sours for information: (575) 458-6635.

Wednesday morning briefing: Cannon’s first woman, music forbidden and a chance of rain

Good morning. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the Freedom New Mexico Wednesday briefing. Meet the first woman The Women’s Initiative Network luncheon in April features the first female commander of Cannon Air Force Base’s 16th Special Operations Squadron. Lt. Col. Tracy Onufer will speak at the luncheon set for noon April 27 at [...]

Their view: No such thing as free lunch

No such thing as free lunch Paul Gessing is president of New Mexico’s Rio Grande Foundation, which promotes limited government, economic freedom and individual responsibility. Here’s his take on state subsidies: It is easy to get caught up in the minutiae when it comes to economic policy. With the state facing a $400 million deficit [...]