June 30, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Modern Dairy Goats by Mary Gordon was given by George and Dianne Davis in memory of Sue Pierce. Drawing on a lifetime of practical experience, this book deals with all aspects of goat culture from breeding to feeding, along with the care and treatment of […]

Help available for those affected by mortgage crisis

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By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Officials say Clovis isn’t feeling the mortgage crunch that’s squeezing other areas of the country. However, for those with homes that are in jeopardy, help is available. Hope Now is a free homeowner counseling service designed to help people look at their options, according to Housing and Urban Development […]

June 1, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: I Know What You’re Thinking: Using the Four Codes of Reading People to Improve Your Life by Lillian Glass helps you develop a new set of skills that will make you more perceptive to other people and to your own style. Bridge of Sighs by […]

Dead body identified

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson An ambulance carries the body of 20-year-old Isaac Zarate from the field where he was found Monday. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A body found in a Curry County field is that of a 20-year-old Clovis man reported missing since Thursday, according to the sheriff’s department. A utility employee […]

May 4, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Peter Jennings: A Reporter’s Life edited by Kate Darnton draws on more than 80 interviews in which the colleagues, family, and friends of the ABC News legend share their perspective on his life as a reporter and as a man from his childhood radio program […]

March 30, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library:

Firefighters monitoring blaze at Curry County dairy

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis firefighters Nate Joy, left, and Jim Austin attempt to contain a fire Thursday at the South Pole Dairy north of Texico. The fire started in a hay barn and the wind spread the fire to a silage pit, according to Capt. Reed Wheeler of the Texico Fire CNJ staff […]

Clovis-Carver Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Imperial Life in the Emerald City: Inside Iraq’s Green Zone by Rajiv Chandrasekaran offers an intimate perspective on the attempts of American civilians to remake Iraq and the strange, isolated city-state that resulted in Baghdad when they failed. Down River: A novel by John Hart […]

March 9, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library: Urban Landscape Architecture, edited by Bridget Vranckx, showcases the work of the world’s best architects and designers who are transforming urban spaces to keep downtown areas vital and appealing for tourism and residency. Lifeblood, by Penny Rudolph, sends Rachel Chavez on a search for answers after […]

School closings and delays

The following schools and organizations are closed due to blowing snow and weather conditions: Clovis Municipal Schools – Closed Clovis Christian School – Closed Clovis Community College – Closed House Municipal Schools – Closed Texico Municipal Schools – Closed The Ninth Judicial District and Curry County Magistrate Courts – Closed Two-hour delay Melrose Municipal Schools […]

Religion Digest: Registration ends soon for lecture

By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Early registration for St. James’ First Annual Bishop Terence Kelshaw Lectures ends Wednesday. The Rev. Nigel Mumford, director of Healing Ministry at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center in Greenwich, N.Y., will be the guest presenter at the healing mission and teaching at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 15 and 9 […]

Bilingual services offered for voters

By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico Bilingual services are available for voters in the March 4 Curry and Roosevelt county elections. Spanish-language voters will have the aid of bilingual precinct workers and an translating device at each of the precincts. Called AutoMARK, the device has an audible and visual translation of the ballot for voters, […]

Cannon airman discovered dead in home

CNJ staff An Airman assigned to Cannon Air Force Base was found dead Saturday in his residence in Clovis, a news release said. Phone calls to Cannon were not answered Saturday night. Clovis Police Chief Dan Blair said officers received the call at 12:34 p.m. to an address on Colonial Parkway. The body was sent […]

Nov. 21, 1973

The Clovis News-Journal reported that Dr. Lynn Abshere, the only obstetrician and gynecologist in Clovis, would be leaving soon and there would be no one immediately available to replace him. … Several students from Clovis High School offered to pay the expense of cleaning a six foot-tall eagle that stood in front of Hobbs High […]

First responders host benefit softball game

Freedom New Mexico Both the Portales Fire Department and the Portales Police Department will host the Guns and Hoses Cancer Benefit Softball game on Saturday, beginning at 3 p.m. at the Softball Complex. Drinks and hot dogs will be available. Raffle tickets are also being sold for a 37” TV. Tickets are $10 each or […]

Clovis News Journal offering free trial of online newspaper

CNJ staff Starting Monday, the latest issue of the Clovis News Journal is a mouse-click away. Freedom New Mexico is debuting its e-Paper feature, and is giving readers a 30-day free trial to test the online version of Freedom New Mexico’s three publications — the Clovis News Journal, the Portales News-Tribune and the Quay County […]

Letters to the Editor: Racism not at root of all injustices

It seems everyone feels their ethnicity is being discriminated against. Anything said that is not favorable to a person of a different race is taken as racist. We have National Hispanic Heritage Month, Cinco de Mayo and Black History Month. But if there was a White History Month, it would be considered racist. There are […]

Fiesta set for weekend

Freedom Newspapers The St. Helen Catholic Church Fiesta will be held today and Sunday at the church, located at 1600 South Avenue O in Portales. Festivities begin with a Mass at 10 a.m. today. From 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. a horseshoe tournament, cakewalk, game booths and a car show will be held. Food booths […]

Free legal advice offered to victims of March tornado

CNJ staff The State Bar of New Mexico’s Young Lawyer division is providing attorneys to give free legal advice, counseling and representation to individuals affected by the March 23 tornado, a press release said. Services include assistance with replacing lost documents, housing, landlord-tenant disputes, consumer rights, insurance questions and referrals to local or state agencies, […]

The great outdoors

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Freedom File Photo Hoping for a big one, Jayson LeClear, 9, of Clovis sets out his line last year at Ute Lake. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom Newspapers Wayne Clark of Tucumcari loves fishing, and 65 years of it has helped him develop a few methods. “At Ute, I fish for bass or channel cat (catfish),” […]