Dec. 22, 1917

Five hundred Clovis residents became members of the National Red Cross during their volunteer drive. … The Hardwick Brothers gave a free Christmas show for Clovis youth and handed out popcorn balls and peanuts. … Antlers Cafe claimed to offer “the kind of meals you get at home” in an advertisement.

Note to grads: Don’t sweat small stuff

By Karl Terry: Freedpm Newspapers For me, high school graduation was extremely anti-climatic. I was glad high school was over and ready to move on to something new. Little did I know 30 years ago just how many graduations I would attend over my lifetime. I was focused on getting that one done so I […]

CHS BOYS SOCCER: Cats fall in district opener

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Clovis senior Jayme Nauman (9) battles Hobbs junior Chad Ply for control of the ball during the first half of Saturday’s District 4-5A boys soccer match at Yucca soccer Complex. (CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks) By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The Clovis High boys soccer team didn’t get off to the kind of start […]

Gift to mom taking kids to drive-in

By Bob Huber: Local columnist Mother’s Day always reminds me of a time when I supported a family, a dog pack, an ancient Ford, a cigar addiction and the federal government on $400 a month. In those days I put all our bills in a hat each month and drew one out to pay. If […]

Lady Cats finish with split

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CNJ Photo: Eric Kluth Clovis sophomore Kelli Helm, left, and Moriarty sophomore Aileen Nimick collide after going for a ball during the second half of their game during the Clovis Girls Soccer Invitational Friday at Yucca Soccer Complex. Jesse Wolfersberger Clovis’ Lady Cats opened their soccer season slowly, but learned from their mistakes and finished […]

Spring: when golf obsession reawakens

By Grant McGee Spring is here. It arrived early last Sunday morning. With its arrival, area folks’ thoughts turn to many things: Some will think of gardening, others of home improvements, a number will think of baseball. Daily I’ll be pondering the spring winds that whip across the eastern New Mexican plains, wondering how they’ll […]

House native loved pool

Eric Butler Lucille Powell proved it’s never too late to take up a new hobby. Powell’s hobby was playing pool and her billiards home was the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Clovis. She took up the game in 1966, when she was 55 years old. Powell, a native of House, died Aug. 13 at age […]