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Dora splits with Sundown

STAFF REPORT The Dora Coyotes had little problem with Sundown Tuesday with a 58-35 victory, while the Lady Coyotes weren’t as lucky as they dropped their game against Sundown 66-35. Dora’s top two scorers outscored Sundown on their own in the boys’ contest, with Dalton Privett scoring 29 and Zaccary Dewbre getting 9. The Coyotes […]

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Editorial: NMAA must provide level playing field

In 2014, teams of Albuquerqueo-area home-school students won the middle- and high-school divisions of the state Science Olympiad, complete with trips to nationals. In 2015, the New Mexico Activities Association has decided it wants to keep those students from competing unless the public school they would normally attend has 1.) a Science Olympiad team that […]

McDonald: Love greatest reason to give thanks

As you get older, you get more used to death. At the very least, you become familiar with seeing your elders pass on. Death can be painful; oftentimes more so for the ones left behind. It’s a tragedy when a loved one’s life is cut short; for parents, the loss of a child must be […]

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Faith and Lifestyles

Clovis native wouldn’t be anywhere else

Kristi Sparks was born and raised in Clovis, and will always be a Clovis Wildcat at heart and a lover of the community. In high school, Sparks participated in the choir, pop choir, Honor Society and spirit club and was once voted most spirited. She enjoys serving others but admits to having a hard time […]

Terry: Much to be thankful for after hard times

I must be a slow learner, especially in matters of thankfulness. But God’s still working on teaching me all about it. Since last Thanksgiving, I’ve felt pretty sorry for myself and I’ve been broken more than a few times over that period. Things are a lot brighter now and I’ve actually got a lot for […]

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