Business digest: Furniture store expanding

Portales’ Ashley Furniture owners have expanded to Clovis with a new sales location at 4005 N. Prince. Manager Bobby Hamilton said the furniture store, which opened Friday, serves as a branch of the Portales business owned by Max and June Merrick and carries many products from the Ashley Furniture line. The Clovis store — called […]

Business digest: Locals graduate from program

Locals graduate from program Curry County Treasurer Bernice Baker and Clovis City Commissioner Dan Stoddard are among the 23 statewide professionals who recently graduated from Leadership New Mexico’s Local Government Leadership Program, according to a release from Leadership New Mexico. The program is a partnership between the New Mexico Association of Counties, the New Mexico […]

Education digest: Schools holding parent, teacher conferences

Schools holding parent, teacher conferences Clovis schools are holding parent and teacher conferences Monday. There is no school. Clovis high School’s schedule is 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Coaches at CHS are holding practices in the morning to meet with parents during this time. The Freshman Academy, Marshall and […]

Education digest: School board meeting Saturday

School board meeting Saturday The Clovis Municipal Schools board of education is meeting in executive session 10 a.m. Saturday at the administration building. The closed meeting is to discuss threatened of pending litigaion in Coach J.D. Isler’s federal case. An agenda for the meeting can be picked up from the superintendent’s office 24 hours prior […]

Education digest: Schools closed for holiday

Schools closed for holiday Area schools will be closed Monday for President’s Day. Clovis Municipal Schools central office is also closed.

Business digest: Leal’s to raise funds for United Way

Leal’s to raise funds for United Way The Leal’s Mexican Restaurant crew is gearing up to give to United Way on Thursday, when 10 percent of sales will go towards United Way of Eastern New Mexico’s fundraising drive. The organization, which funds charities in Curry and Roosevelt counties, reported last week it is at $481,137 […]

Religion digest: Church hosting Valentine’s fundraiser

Church hosting Valentine’s fundraiser First Christian Church is hosting a Valentine’s Day fundraiser to raise money for its youth program, according to a news release. The fundraiser includes a catered Italian dinner and a concert by musical group The Texan’s. Tickers are $15 per person for dinner and concert and $10 per person for concert […]

Education digest: Literacy council seeks volunteers

Literacy council seeks volunteers The Curry County Literacy Council is looking for volunteers, according to a council news release. The council provides education program that help American adults learn to read and write. Volunteers in the program help teach adults basic literacy, GED preparation, math and English as a second language. To volunteer, visit www.clovis.edu […]

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.

Religion Digest: Cookbooks being sold

Cookbooks being sold Women of the Church of God Anderson are selling cookbooks to raise money for the group’s activities. The money will fund activities, missions and Christmas baskets for the underprivileged. Paula Stevens with the group said the cookbooks are made up of local recipes from Portales, Melrose, Clovis and Friona. The cookbooks are […]