Aug. 31 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Aug. 23 through Wednesday: Oscar Francisco Torres, 32, to Arabella Vargas, 32, both of Clovis James Douglas White, 37, to Laura Louise Loflin, 33, both of Clovis John Robert Navarro, 25, to Sabrina Michelle Romero, 25, both of Clovis Trung Thanh Nguyen, 20, of Fort […]

Aug. 26 Police Blotter

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: Around 1 a.m. Aug. 19 an officer responded to the hospital emergency room for a battery victim. A woman told the officer her 14-year-old son had been beaten up at the fair by a boy who […]

Aug. 24 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Aug. 9 through Wednesday: Donald Wayne Gibbs, 28, to Ashley Nicole Gates, 21, both of Clovis David Samuel Ellestad, 26, to Victoria Marie Reed, 27, both of Clovis Eduardo Hernandez, 18, to Catherine Jean Sloniker, 18, both of Clovis Myron Dwayne Spurlock, 26, to Crystal […]

Aug. 30, 1941

State Police Capt. A.P. Winston received notice that he had been selected as one of five in the United States for a scholarship of Automotive Safety Foundation at the Northwestern University Traffic Institute. … Veterinarian E.E. Kraus was a distributor for Lice Oil Spray. … Clovis Livestock Sales reported that prices for fat cows were […]

Aug. 29, 1950

An advertisement for Coca-Cola listed a six bottle carton of soda for 25 cents. … Jack Skipworth, Clovis rodeo roper, filed a lawsuit in district court after his champion horse “Big Red” escaped another man’s stable and was hit by a car. Skipworth claimed the man did not have the authorization to put Skipworth’s horse […]

Soccer team changes schedule approach

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CNJ Staff Photo: Gabriel Monte Junior Jesus Loya works on his header technique during Wednesday’s Clovis High’s boys soccer practice at Yucca Middle School. The team begins its season Aug. 25 at Rio Rancho. By Dave Wagner: CNJ Sports Writer The Clovis High boys soccer team put together a solid season in 2006, posting the […]

Aug. 15, 1943

Farmers were reported to be happy when they received word that 600 wheat parity checks totaling $80,503.25 had been issued. … J.C. Penney was advertising back-to-school specials. … And Bonnie Cross, an administrative assistant, was born in Clovis.

Foxes looking for three-peat in Class 1A

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Coming off back-to-back Class 1A state championships, Fort Sumner coach Dexter McDaniel is hoping the Foxes can do something they’ve never done. “We’re excited about this year because the boys have an opportunity to three-peat, which is something never done at Fort Sumner,” said McDaniel, beginning his fourth season […]

School data posted on Web

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer As the first day of school draws near, school Web sites have information for parents to get their children ready for school. Parents can find registration dates, opening days, lunch menus, schedule pickup times and other events listed. Clovis Municipal Schools Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm said school closures because of […]

Scorching summer expected to persist

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Crusita Ponce, 27, of Clovis stands in line Thursday at the Bahama Babes snow cone stand to buy treats for herself and her children. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Don’t expect a break anytime soon from the mid-90s temperatures baking the High Plains. The high temperature in Clovis has […]