Legislators seek input through advertising

Kevin Wilson It’s a long road from eastern New Mexico to Santa Fe, and it’s a tough process once a citizen gets to the New Mexico Legislature. A quartet of local legislators have tried, to noted success, to make the process a two-way street of communication by simply asking, “Tell us what you think.” The […]

Traditional promotion still in use

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Freedom New Mexico: Tony Bullocks A barrel placed on the intersection of 1st Street and W Grand Avenue promotes a Shenandoah concert tonight at the Event Center. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico When it comes to promoting an upcoming event, the advertising options are well-known: Newspapers, radio, television

Developer under fire over N.M. ads

By Steve Terrell: The New Mexican A California development company that has been advertising in New Mexico in recent weeks might be in violation of state lobbyist laws, according to a complaint filed Thursday with the Secretary of State’s Office. SunCal, which is planning a project on Albuquerque’s West Mesa, has advertised on television and […]

Freedom New Mexico takes home 19 NMPA awards

Freedom New Mexico Freedom New Mexico claimed 19 awards, and the Clovis News Journal took the general excellence award from the New Mexico Press Association, which held its annual awards ceremony Saturday night in Albuquerque. Freedom New Mexico papers, including the Portales News Tribune and Quay County Sun, took 12 first-place awards. Newsroom employees taking […]

New FNM advertising director committed to customers

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks FNM Advertising Director Ian Cooke moved to Clovis in March from San Bernardino, Calif., where he served as the outside classified sales manager for the San Bernardino County Sun. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Ian Cooke, new advertising director for Freedom New Mexico, wants to provide local businesses consistent […]

Co-op Advertising Program Awards $395,550 to Communities and Nonprofit Organizations Statewide

SANTA FE–The New Mexico Economic Development Department is awarding $395,550 to 65 New Mexico communities and nonprofit organizations as part of the Co-op Advertising Program, Cabinet Secretary Fred Mondrag

March 26, 1947

The Clovis Rotary Club was preparing to host its annual “Farmers Day” program in which each member brought a farmer as a guest. … Paving was under way on Prince Street from 14th to Commerce Way. … The Silver Grill at Seventh and Main was advertising its sundaes with “lots of fruit and plenty of […]

Free money for businesses? Whatever

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: Everybody’s Business Many people have viewed the infamous commercials with the “Question-Mark Man,” Matthew Lesko, that usually air late at night or early morning advertising “free” money from the U.S. government. Is there “free” money, or grant money, to expand or start a business? My colleagues around the nation and I cringe […]

Musical nostalgia lousy advertising tool

By Helena Rodriguez: Local columnist Nothing makes me want to rush out and buy a bottle of Mylanta for my heartburn more than hearing the theme song to “Welcome Back, Kotter.” Yeah, right! Continuing with an eloquently titled topic I started a few weeks ago “How stupid do they think I am?” I’m not going […]

Moore, Randy C.

Randy C. Moore Services: Have been held. Randolph “Randy” Cleo Moore, 54, of Clovis, died Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2004, at Covenant Medical Center in Lubbock. He was born June 21, 1950, in Clovis, to Charles Hughes Moore and Georgian Mozelle Phillips Moore. He graduated from Clovis High School in 1968. He served in Vietnam in […]

Liquor industry doesn’t need tax money to survive

Freedom Editorial D oesn’t it just — pardon the expression — lift your spirits to learn the poor liquor industry is getting a boost from taxpayers? Granted, it’s just a tiny boost, but when you are a struggling business, you need all the help you can get, we reckon. Yes, the Distilled Spirits Council is […]

Alliance recruiting drama performer

By Darrell Todd Maurina The Clovis Christian Ministerial Alliance decided Thursday morning to bring a man to Clovis who recites the entire Gospel of John from memory as part of a drama presentation. Brad Sherrill, the presenter, is coming on Sept. 18 to Sandia Presbyterian Church in Albuquerque and the Rev. Brad Reeves of Kingswood […]

Newspaper T.V. guide sees change

CNJ Staff Clovis and Portales TV watchers will see some changes in their newspaper television inserts beginning today. The size will decrease from 28 to 24 pages each week and all inserts, whether placed in the Clovis News Journal or the Portales News-Tribune, will carry listings for Cox Communications in Clovis, ComCast in Portales, and […]

Garden show returning

Gary Mitchell Touted as one of the city’s most economically enhanced weekends, this year’s Home and Garden Show in Clovis should provide a good financial jolt for local and out-of-state businesses, show co-chair Jim Sitterly said. “The residual effects of this show are phenomenal,” said Sitterly, who planned the show for March 29-30. “It’s great […]