12-8 Business digest

New hotel holding ribbon-cutting Clovis’ newest hotel, Holiday Inn Express, will be holding a ribbon cutting at 2 p.m. Dec. 10. The hotel is located at 4728 North Prince. Guests at the ribbon cutting are invited to take a tour of the hotel and meet the staff. Light snacks will be served.

Dedication and ribbon cutting marks opening

Clovis Community College will officially open Phase I of the Allied Health Center at 10 a.m. on October 29 with a dedication, ribbon cutting, open house, and reception. The building will be dedicated in honor of longtime Clovis residents and friends of the College, Don and Gustenia Bonner.

Congress needs to take vacation from meddling

Freedom New Mexico Disney theme parks are known for their thrilling rides, cutting-edge video performances, top-notch fireworks displays and souvenir shops. At least one, Disney World in Florida, has an entire shopping district where visitors can leave with the signature mouse ears, high quality jewelry and anything Disney in between. Among the many articles of […]

Commissioners urge caution for property buyers

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The Clovis City Commission is urging citizens to be more careful when purchasing property in tax sales. The commission heard three requests for waivers of demolition and weed cutting liens on properties purchased in a March state tax sale. That brings the total to half a dozen such requests […]

Seniors coping with rising costs on fixed income

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Mary Dodd of Melrose was shopping Wednesday at S&S Supermarket. She said the economy has changed the way she shops, but she’s paying the difference because “you have to have food.” By Sarah Meyer: CNJ staff writer Clovis senior citizens said they are coping with the high price of gas […]

Women’s medical center reopens with more to offer

By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent The Women’s Medical Center in Clovis recently expanded its facility with the addition of seven examination rooms. At 2000 W. 21st St., the center celebrated its extra 2,000 square feet — to 13,000 now — with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception on Friday. “Now we have a total of 23 […]

Business Digest 12/9

Some state land open for tree cutting Commissioner of Public Lands Patrick H. Lyons has announced he is opening state trust lands for the cutting of Christmas trees during the holiday season, at no cost to the public. Ten parcels of state trust land will be opened for tree cutting through Christmas Eve. Beginning Friday, […]

Hahn, Wayne

Wayne Hahn Services:Have been held. Mr. Wayne Hahn, 79, of Portales, died Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2003, at his home. He was born on July 7, 1924, in Portales, to Elver and Alvin Hahn. He was a lifelong resident of Portales. He married Louise Barber on June 24, 1944, in Lubbock. They operated their dairy farm […]