Business digest — March 20

Farm Credit to distribute cash Farm Credit of New Mexico will distribute $9.5 million in cash to stockholders by the end of March as part of its patronage distribution program. The payment is based on each stockholder’s average loan balance during 2011, and reduces member interest rates by about .75 percent. The association recorded net […]

Religion calendar — March 16

Sunday Worship service and Sunday school — 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Sunday worship with communion Trinity Lutheran Church, ELCA, 1705 W. 21st St. Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Information: 763-4816. Worship service — 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Central Baptist Church. Fellowship and doughnuts — 9 a.m., Central Christian Church. 9:30 a.m., Sunday school. Worship […]

Religion digest — Feb. 24

Music group performing March 3 The Soldiers of God Ministry music group will perform songs from its new album “Battlefield Tested” at 7 p.m. March 3 at Central Baptist Church. Soldiers of God ministry is a non-profit organization that gives concerts at prisons, juvenile detention centers and other venues to reach youth and adults through […]

Religion digest — Feb. 17

Sermon series culminates Sunday The final part in a series of sermons by Pastor Scott Seymour focusing on young Americans opting out of Christianity will be held at 10:45 a.m. Sunday at Trinity United Methodist Church. Part of the sermon “Road Blocks to Faith: When Christians Get it Wrong in Dealing With Homosexuality” is based […]

Business digest — Feb. 14

Loan committee holding meeting The Main Street Revolving Loan Committee, part of the state’s historic preservation division, will hold a special meeting 2 p.m. Thursday in the conference room of its office, located in Suite 236 of the Bataan Memorial Building in Santa Fe. The committee wil discuss loan applications from The Smithson Block in […]

Education digest —

Curry County spelling bee winners Ariel Kokoricha, fourth-grade student at Clovis Christian School, was declared champion of the Curry County spelling bee Friday. Kokoricha won the competition in the eighth round with the word epilepsy. Runner-up was Alyssa Benway, 13, an eighth-grade student at Yucca Middle School. Kokoricha will participate in the statewide spelling bee […]

Business digest — Jan. 17

Grady rancher reappointed Wesley Grau of Grady was reappointed to the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board, the national board that administers the Beef Checkoff program, by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack in late December. This will be the second three-year term for the Grady rancher, who was elected board chairman last August. Grau […]

Education digest — Dec. 8

CCC instructors to be recognized Three Clovis Community College instructors will be recognized for exceptional teaching and leadership at the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development convention May 28 in Austin, Texas. The following CCC instrcutors will receive the 2012 National Excellence Award: • Carl Armstrong, adjunct physics instructor • Bradley Heath, health and […]

Education digest — Dec. 1

School employees receive awards Clovis Municipal Schools and two school employees have received awards for maintenance operations, according to a state news release. CMS was one of 18 schools to receive a Ben Lujan Maintenance Award, the release said. Fifteen individual award winners included Clay Burch and Dimas Moreno of CMS, the release said. The […]

Religion digest — Oct. 28

Church having holiday event Trinity United Methodist Church, 1320 West 21st, is having its first Truth and Treat event from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday. Parables from the Bible will be presented in a western style. After each parable, treats will be distributed.

Religion digest — Oct. 21

Church hosting new Bible study Clovis’ First Christian Church is hosting a new Bible study program aimed at increasing Bible literacy among people of all ages. The Story Church Campaign offers up to 31 weeks of comprehensive Bible study using The Story, a best-selling book containing 31 chapters of carefully selected Scripture, according to a […]

Business digest —

CCC receives grant from Xcel Clovis Community College has received $4,000 in grant money from the Xcel Energy Foundation. The money is part the foundation’s arts and culture focus cycle. The total award of $41,500 was spread to 13 nonprofit groups promoting the arts in eastern and southeastern New Mexico The other cycles are education, […]

Business digest — Oct. 11

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Reames Clovis native awarded medal A Clovis native was awarded the New Mexico Architects Medal during the annual conference for the state’s chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Tina Reames, a 1986 graduate of Clovis and the daughter of Gerald and Bonita Majewski of Clovis, was awarded the medal that recognizes people who have […]

Business digest — Sept. 20

Owner receives Ronald Award John Snowberger, who owns McDonald’s restaurants in Clovis, Portales, Tucumcari and Roswell, was given the Ronald Award, an annual honor for the top owner/operator in each region for the fast-food restaurant. Snowberger is part of the Greater Southwest Region, which includes parts of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas and New Mexico. He was […]

Business digest —

Clovis MainStreet receives accreditation Clovis MainStreet was one of 11 MainStreet projects in the state to receive national accreditation for commercial district revitalization, according to a release from the New Mexico Economic Development Department. It is the third straight year the Clovis office has received the accreditation. MainStreet Executive Director Robyne Beaubien said that with […]

Business digest — Aug. 16

Sunland receives certification Sunland Inc. has received a certification demonstrating exceptional quality control, food safety and food tracking methodology, according to a news release from the Portales peanut processing company. Silliker Global Certification Services issued the SQF 2000 Level 3 certification, the highest achievable, according to the release. Sunland Inc., with headquarters in Portales, was […]

Business digest — July 12

New operations manager at Western Dairy Transport Marty Lewis is the new operations manager in New Mexico for Western Dairy Transport LLC, according to a news release from WDT. Lewis, who has worked for the company for 17 years, came from the position of assistant terminal manager after holding several other supervisory roles with WDT. […]

Business digest — July 4

Wheatfields holding preopening celebration Wheatfields Senior Living Community is holding a preopening celebration 11 a.m.-4 p.m. July 24. The event will include tours of the senior living community, music from the Johnny Mulhair band, food and door prizes. Information: Charles Irwin, 762-8700. Business Digest is compiled by Kevin Wilson. He can be contacted at 763-3431, […]

Education digest — June 16

ENMU newsletter takes top honors Eastern New Mexico University’s Monday Memo won first place in the nation in the category of Electronic Newsletters in a competition by the National Federation of Press Women. The Monday Memo is a weekly newsletter at ENMU featuring news, features, photos, videos and sideshows. Director of Media Relations Wendel Sloan […]

June 7 — Business digest

Farm Credit of New Mexico names new manager Brett Valentine has been named the new branch manager for Clovis’ Farm Credit of New Mexico office. Wednesday was his first day in the position. Valentine, who has been with the company since 1997, was serving as assistant branch manager and as vice president, a title he […]