Press release: City adding stop signs

Over the next several months the City of Clovis Public Works Department will be installing stop signs in the area located between Seventh Street and 14th Street and Cameo Street and Thornton Street. The signs are being installed to provide control at previously unmarked intersections. In order to keep with a uniform approach to the […]

Press release: Edwards garners LSC weekly honor

RICHARDSON, TEXAS — Junior forward Aaron Edwards (Long Beach, Calif. / Gardena HS/San Bernardino Valley College) from the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team has been selected as the Lone Star Conference South Division Defensive Player of the Week for his strong play in the Greyhounds’ season-opening victory against Northern New Mexico, last weekend. […]

Education digest — Sept. 9

ENMU professor’s art on display Vignettes by artist Mic Muhlbaurer are on display at the Eula Mae Edwards Museum and Gallery. The exhibit “An Autobiographical Series” will run until Oct. 30. Muhlbaurer said the vignettes represent five year increments of time from her birth to age 50. Muhlbauer is a professor of fine arts at […]

Book tribute to woman, history she preserved

By Don McAlavy: Curry historian While working to help establish the outdoor drama theatre near San Jon, I first met Eula Mae Edwards at her Southwestern Artifacts Museum in San Jon. Eula Mae (Smith) Edwards was the only child of Robert and Estella Smith who lived in Quay County for almost 40 years. Her father […]

Eula Mae Edwards Museum and Gallery to feature watercolorist Suzy Powell

Eula Mae Edwards Museum/Gallery will be exhibiting the award-winning work of Suzy Powell, Plains, Texas watercolorist, from November 3 through December 18, 2009. Her art has been featured in North Light Magazine, on covers of Texas Country Register, Oklahoma Festival, Writers Post Journal, and Senior Connection (Chicago, Illinois). Many of Powell’s scenes are sentimental and […]

Private sector probably best bet for Edwards

Freedom New Mexico It has been a few days since John Edwards went on national television to admit an extramarital affair. While the passage of time has calmed some of the tumult surrounding this latest sex scandal, North Carolina’s former senator has yet to emerge on the other side of this dark cloud of controversy. […]

Edwards’ actions indefensible

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ columnist It was easy to defend John Edwards. His message of two Americas — one for rich people he was thankful to be in, and one that just didn’t work for anybody else — was easy to believe. It was easy to defend John Edwards when he was getting negative attention […]

July 2, 2008 Education Digest

Local artist featured at Eula Mae Edwards Gallery The Eula Mae Edwards Museum and Gallery at Clovis Community College will feature local artist Jon Birdsong, according to a press release. The show of watercolors will be on display until Aug. 29, with a public reception held from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the […]

Opera coming to Clovis

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Soprano Jamie-Rose Guarrine and baritone Andrew Darling of the Santa Fe Opera perform Susanna and Figaro’s first act duet from Mozart’s “The Marriage of Figaro” and Gian Carlo Menotti’s short operetta, “The Telephone.” The Santa Fe Opera is including Clovis on its 15-city tour throughout New Mexico and west Texas. The performance is set for […]

Curry County Democratic caucus results

CNJ staff Hillary Clinton: 680 Barack Obama: 521 John Edwards: 36 Bill Richardson: 23 Christopher Dodd: 3 Joe Biden: 2 Dennis Kucinich: 2 Provisional: 82 Uncommitted: 16 Undetermined: 5 1,370 voted (15 percent of registered voters)

Edwards quits Democratic presidential race

By NEDRA PICKLER and BECKY BOHRER NEW ORLEANS — Democrat John Edwards bowed out of the race for the White House on Wednesday, saying it was time to step aside “so that history can blaze its path” in a campaign now left to Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama. “With our convictions and a little […]

Democratic presidential candidates

By Freedom New Mexico Editor’s note: The following profiles of presidential candidates are intended to help voters decide whether individual freedom will advance or retreat if the candidate is elected.Today we focus on leading Democratic candidates. We’ll look at Republicans on Thursday. Hillary Clinton A Hillary Clinton presidency poses substantive threats to individual freedom. Her […]

John Edwards not exactly the ‘freedom’ candidate

Not sure which presidential candidate is best for America in 2008? Our editorial pages offer brief summaries on where the candidates stand on individual freedom. We’re not thrilled with any of the options, but the extremes range from John Edwards – we think he’s basically wrong on everything – to Ron Paul, whose ideas of […]

Richardson officially out of presidential race

The Associated Press SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson ended his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination Thursday after poor finishes in the first two contests in Iowa and New Hampshire. “It is with great pride, understanding and acceptance that I am ending my campaign for president of the United States,” he […]

Commission passes $49 million budget

By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor Clovis City Commission adopted a $49 million budget for the 2007-2008 fiscal year at Thursday’s meeting, over the opposition of Commissioner Ron Edwards, who faulted it for not addressing pay adjustments for firefighters and emergency medical technicians. Edwards said the fire department is “headed for a train wreck” because […]

Haircuts don’t make Edwards hypocrite

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Since it’s already come up and will come up more in our campaign season, let’s have a vocabulary lesson. Today’s word is “hypocrisy.” On dictionary.com, it’s “a person who pretends to have virtues, moral or religious beliefs, principles, etc., that he or she does not actually possess, esp. a […]

Barfield III, “J.K.”

“J.K.” Barfield III, 66, of Texico died Tuesday, June 27, 2006, at his home following an illness. He was born March 18, 1940, to James Knox Barfield II and the former Thelma Donna Burleson in Stanton, Texas, where he attended grade school. He attended middle school in Clovis and graduated from Fort Sumner High School. […]

Vohs, Edwards win seats

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Len Vohs, left, talks with Clovis Mayor David Lansford on Tuesday at City Hall after Vohs won a seat on the Clovis City Commission. Vohs defeated Gloria Wicker for the District 2 seat. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Just a sliver of registered city voters logged in at polls Tuesday, […]

Kirksey, Doris

Doris Maxine Kirksey, 80, of Clovis died Monday, Feb. 27, 2006, at her home. She was born Jan. 28, 1926, in Walker, Iowa to Otha Francis and Ina Smith Hendrickson. She married Glenn Kirksey on Sept. 14, 1950, in Clovis. She was a homemaker, and a member of 16th and Pile Church of Christ. She […]

Municipal candidates get priorities straight

By Andy Jackson: CNJ staff writer They’ve knocked on doors and talked to voters, and now with the election two days away, City Commission candidates say they understand the people’s priorities. They said voters care about issues such as water, roads, drainage, crime and youth. Len Vohs and Gloria Wicker are running for the District […]