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Bee Hive Homes announces new manager Bee Hive Homes of Clovis and Portales has announced Sarah Stricklin as its new manager at both facilities. Stricklin, a registered nurse and former caregiver at Bee Hive Home, has also worked in a Denver hospice and a neuroscience critical care unit in Casper, Wyo. She succeeds Pam Norberg, […]

Military digest —

Elliott Candace Elliott, daughter of Robert and Julie Elliott, arrived at Fort Jackson, S.C. on May 9, to begin the first phase of her nine weeks of Army Basic Combat Training. She will graduate in July.

Education digest —

Children’s theater performing in Grady The Missoula Children’s Theatre will be performing a music production of King Arthur’s Quest in Grady Friday. This is the third year the MCT has performed at Grady. Grady students will play various roles in the two performances and have had one week to prepare for the show. The afternoon […]

Business digest — May 3

Stripes stores raise money for charity Stripes convenience stores raised $618,429 for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals during its March 7-April 3 fundraising campaign, according to a release from the company. Stripes has locations in Clovis, Portales, Texico and Muleshoe. Stripes raised funds by asking customers to purchase a $1 Miracle Balloon icon or donate spare […]

Business digest: Railroad employee honored

A Clovis employee of BNSF Railway was recognized as one of the company’s Safety Employees of 2010. Locomotive Engineer Rick Spears, who has been part of the Clovis site safety team for more than 10 years, was honored at an April 6 awards ceremony in Fort Worth, Texas. He serves as chairman and facilitator for […]

Education digest — April 14

Students participate in state competition Clovis Municipal Schools Gifted and Talented students participated in the state competition of the Stock Market Game, according to a news release. The game provides students a way to learn about investing. Mesa Elementary students won second place and Zia elementary students took third place. The teams will be honored […]

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Eastern in Action service day April 16 Eastern New Mexico University’s Eastern In Action group has scheduled its second annual community service day for April 16, according to a news release. Students, faculty and staff will assist Portales residents in teams with anything they need help with such as cleaning, painting, yard work and pulling […]

Religion digest — March 4

Gospel group holding concerts Blackwood Legacy, a Nashville-based gospel group, will hold a pair of concerts March 13 in Clovis. The group will perform 9:30 a.m. at Central Christian Church and 6 p.m. at the First Church of God. The concerts are both free of charge, but a love offering will be received. Information: www.blackwoodlegacy.org […]

Education digest — March 3

Muleshoe team places fifth at challenge Muleshoe High School’s academic challenge team took fifth place at the Area 5 Academic Challenge, according to a news release. Sixteen teams from across west Texas and south plains competed in the event organized by the Texas Association of Community Schools and held at MHS. The fifth place award […]

Business digest —

Hotel awarded by franchisor The Comfort Inn & Suites hotel in Clovis was awarded 2010 Gold Hospitality Award from its franchisor, Choice Hotels International, Inc. The hotel is one of only seven hotels within the state, and one of 94 hotels within the Comfort brand to receive “Gold Award” status. The award is given to […]

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Black history celebration set Good Samaritan Inc. will hold its inaugural black history celebration noon to 4 p.m. Feb. 26 at Trinity Lutheran Church. The event will feature praise dancing, gospel singing, keynote speakers from the community and clergy and testimonials from people who have overcome addictions. The event will be preceded by an 11 […]

Education digest — Feb. 17

Schools closed for holiday The following area schools are closed Monday in observance of Presidents’ Day: • Clovis Municipal Schools • Eastern New Mexico University • Melrose Municipal Schools • Clovis Christian School • Portales Municipal Schools

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Scholarship program deadline Feb. 25 The American Cancer Society’s Cancer Survivor College Scholarship Program deadline is Feb. 25. The possible lifetime award is up to $10,000 per student offered in increments of $2,500 per year. Application packets can be obtained by calling 866-500-3272 or 1-800-ACS-2345. To be eligible to apply for the scholarships, the students […]

Education digest —

Fishtank Ensemble to play Tuesday Clovis Community College’s Cultural Arts series will host the Fishtank Ensemble at 7 p.m. Tuesday, according to a press release. The band members include classical-trained violinist and vocalist Ursula Knudson, gifted fiddler Fabrice Martinez, master Flamenco guitarist Doug “Douje” Smolens and the world’s best slap bass player Djordje Stijepovic. Tickets […]

Education digest — Nov. 18

CCS hosting fall festival Clovis Christian School is hosting a fall festival Friday. The event will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the school’s west campus on Humphrey Road and is a fundraiser for the school. The event will include silent auction and games. Information: 935-2279

Education digest — Nov. 11

ENMU Brass Choir holding concert The Eastern New Mexico University Brass Choir will perform “A Holiday Concert,” according to a press release. The concert will be held 8 p.m. Tuesday at Buchanan Hall in the music building. Seven holiday songs will be performed. The songs are “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring,” “Canon in D,” “Es […]

Education digest — Oct. 21

Eastern theater to put on ‘Peanuts’ production Eastern New Mexico University’s theater department will perform “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” according to a news release. The performances will be held 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday on the Mainstage of the University Theatre Center. Tickets are available at the box […]

Religion digest — Sept. 17

Ministry hosting worship event Agape Love Ministries is hosting a event called Fire in the Park from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at Potter Park, according to a news release. The event will include food and games and features Voices of Harmony, Sevin, La Tonya Henry, Hezekiah Sherley, and Rosalind Sanders Jones. Information: 799-4923 Religion […]

Education digest — Aug. 26

CHS hosting open house Clovis High School is holding an open house for parents and students on Monday, according to a news release. Counselors will run an abbreviated schedule for parents to go through their child’s classes and meet their teachers. The event will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at Clovis […]

Business digest: Restaurant manager recognized

Restaurant manager recognized Clovis’ Red Lobster’s general manager has been recognized for his service to Darden Restaurants. Jason Cooper of Clovis recently received the Diamond Club Award, a top honor for the national company, according to a company press release. Cooper was recognized for “living Red Lobster’s core values of respect, integrity, genuine caring, hospitality […]