CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Curry County Manager Lance Pyle discusses the Open Meetings Act resolution the county commission signs during a citizen’s courthouse committee meeting Thursday at the county courthouse. Pyle said the resolution does not require committee meetings to be open to the public. Kevin Wilson The Curry County Citizens Courthouse Committee decided […]
There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms producing hail and brief tornadoes late this afternoon and early evening across all the counties of eastern New Mexico along the Texas border … as thermodynamic conditions and wind profiles are favorable for strong convection across this area.
By Clyde Davis: Local columnist It was couched under fiction, but a cursory reading revealed that it almost had to be factual. A brief Internet research time confirmed that to be the case. Mountain Gazette, a no-frills chronicle for outdoor lovers, carried the original story. In a ski town in Colorado, a ski town in […]
Clovis’ Glass Doctor has been recognized by Allstate as a best-in-class auto glass repair shop. Glass Doctor of Clovis was recently listed as a Tier 1 auto glass shop through Allstate’s nationwide Distinguished Performers Program, according to a press release. The distinction of Tier 1 indicates a repair shop meets the best criteria for customer […]
By Don McAlavy: Local columnist A brief article in the Clovis News of Dec 23, 1920, said, “Boy Scouts organized in Clovis by Rev. Polston at the Christian Church. Sixteen boys are meeting regular.” This troop was evidently short lived as nothing else was found about it. Clovis was active in helping organize the Council […]
CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – The 27th Special Operations Wing commander, Col. Stephen Clark and the Chairman of the Local Growth Management Organization, Lonnie Leslie will be speaking to the Clovis City Commission Aug 6 at 5:15 p.m. at the north annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N Main St, Clovis, N.M. Colonel […]
By Karl Terry: CNJ columnist It was a brief respite but last Sunday’s rainstorm provided us with hope during a long dry winter. The evidence of that hope was everywhere as the wife and I rose before daylight Monday for a trip to Lubbock. The night before the rare February thunderstorm had left us eating […]
By Karl Terry: Freedom New Mexico columnist I experienced a brief moment of regret wishing I had switched to another record. But as I cued up the record and the sounds of The Guess Who’s “Clap for the Wolfman” came out of my computer speakers and Wolfman Jack howled “You thought she was diggin’ you […]
Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 10 p.m. Nov. 22 an officer on duty in the area of 16th and Prince Streets was told of a subject seen carrying a firearm. Officers located the subject and after a brief foot pursuit, took the man into custody. A […]
Who: Ben Ray Lujan Seeking: New Mexico’s 3rd Congressional District seat. Seat is held by: Tom Udall, who is leaving the seat to run for the U.S. Senate. Opponents: Republican Dan East, Independent Carol Miller. (Editor’s Note: Candidates are given a choice of three questions to answer specific to the seat and its challenges. The […]
Saturday Double “E” Night — 5 p.m. at Cannon Lanes. Four-person Texas Scramble — 8 a.m. Shotgun start, Whispering Winds. Monday Nine-hole Scramble — 5 p.m. Shotgun start, Whispering Winds. Retiree special — Golfers with a retired military ID will receive $2 off daily green fees and 50 percent off electric carts. Mondays and Tuesdays […]
Blogger Mike Higgins has a brief interview with former Clovis Wildcat football standout Joe Yankovich.
By Freedom New Mexico In a brief filed last week with the Supreme Court, the Bush administration paid lip service to the idea that Americans have an individual right to possess a firearm. But the practical implications of its argument show the government is speaking with a forked tongue. Last year, the U.S. Court of […]