March sets new record highs for Clovis

Three new records for daily high temperatures in Clovis were set in March, including Saturday when the thermometer peaked at 87 degrees, one degree higher than the previous mark set in 1946, according to Accuweather.com According to the website, there were 23 days in March when the high was above the historical average high — […]

Business feature: Company launches recruiting app

An international manufacturer with a presence in Clovis is taking applications for its next few years of expansion worldwide. It's also giving out another application. CNJ photo illustration: Kevin Wilson Cummins is about a month into its release of a job recruiting app. It can be downloaded for free for Apple devices, with Android and […]

Federal student loan scheduled for rate hike

Kandese Spikes is one of about 1,600 students at Eastern New Mexico University that have been issued the federal Stafford loan. CMI staff photo: Christina Calloway Zackary Hinds, left, and John Bonner are among about 1,600 Eastern New Mexico University students who have a federal Stafford loan. Interest rates for that loan are expected to […]

Business digest – April 3

Civic center manager promoted Global Spectrum, the company that manages the Clovis Civic Center, has promoted Operations Manager Maria Rainsdon to the center's general manager position. Rainsdon, who had also served the center as catering manager, will oversee day-to-day operations at the center — a 30,000 square-foot facility that hosts various events from banquets to […]

Hounds’ rally falls short this time

For the fourth consecutive game, the Eastern New Mexico University baseball team fell into a huge hole. This time, the Greyhounds couldn't escape. Abilene Christian scored seven first-inning runs — six after two were out — and led 9-0 after 1 1/2 innings on Sunday before hanging on for a 13-9 win at Greyhound Field […]