9/28 Business Digest

Public invited to attend meeting at City Hall The public is invited to attend a meeting at 7 p.m. today at City Hall to provide input and help shape future projects in the downtown area. The meeting will focus on the Metropolitan Redevelopment Area and the issues, goals and visions the public has regarding downtown’s […]

8-21 Honors

Chairez Anica M. Chairez, was nominated to attend the Junior National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, D.C. She attends Yucca Junior High School, and maintains a 4.0 GPA. Mrs. Lena Willis, a history teacher at Yucca Junior High school nominated Ms. Chairez for the conference. Burdell Anneka Burdell of Clovis was the recipient of a […]

Some public offices plan skeleton crew

By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer Essential public services will be available during the Base Realignment and Closure regional hearing on Friday, but many public offices will operate on skeleton crews and others will be shut so employees can participate in the rally and events. “We have so many people who are just essential people, […]

5/26 Court Dispositions

The following dispositions were recently filed in the Magistrate Court: • Ginger Rodriguez, 29, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended or revoked, is ordered to serve 357 days supervised probation, attend the Aspen program and pay all fines. • Yvonne Romero, 26, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended or revoked, is ordered to […]

5/12 Student Profiles

Jeffe’ Gendreau Jeffe’ Gendreau is the daughter of Dave and Denise Gendreau. She is a senior at Clovis High School. Tell us about your pets? I have three wonderful dogs. Two Boston terriers and a long-haired Chihuahua. They are crazy. Without them here, I don’t think our family would have as much fun because our […]

Public forum opportunity, not political game

The Clovis News Journal, in partnership with radio station KTQM, is hoping to introduce local residents to the five finalists being considered for superintendent of the Clovis Municipal School District. We’ve invited candidates to participate in a public forum set for 7 p.m. April 14 at Clovis Community College’s Town Hall. We picked that Thursday […]

Readers enjoy Christmas parade (mostly)

Reader Reaction A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked for reviews on Saturday’s Christmas parade down Clovis’ Main Street. Some responses:   “I REALLY ENJOYED THE parade, but there was one float preaching on a very loud speaker to ‘admit your sins and come to Jesus Christ.’ I am a Christian and I attend church […]

For 55 years, men in Clovis have met outside of church to study the Bible

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Don Reid studies from Hebrews chapter 11 Thursday as he prepares his lesson for the Clovis men’s Bible class Sunday. Reid’s lesson will be titled “How big was Abraham’s faith?” By Tova Fruchtman: CNJ Staff writer In 1949, I.D. Johnson, Ed Dillon, Lloyd Potter and Tom Seery decided the weekly Bible study in their homes […]

Families, friends share in graduates’ joy and accomplishments

Gary Mitchell Family members of this year’s Clovis High School graduating class displayed almost as much determination to attend the ceremonies Saturday morning as the graduates did in getting their diplomas. “People were here at 5:45 a.m.; that’s when the first ones got here,” said Wayne Anderson, the music coordinator for Clovis schools, who was […]