Music festival committee meeting Friday

CNJ staff The 2011 Clovis Music Festival Committee will meet noon Friday at the Business Enterprise Center, 105 E. Grand Ave. The committee is responsible for planning and organizing the Clovis Music Festival. This year’s festival will be held Sept. 8-11 at the Curry County Events Center. The committee is chaired by Randy Petty. Volunteers […]

Health care audio conference set

CNJ staff An interactive audio conference is being held to acquaint businesses on what healthcare reform means to them. Sponsored by the Clovis-Curry County Chamber of Commerce, the 90-minute conference will be conducted by the Kiplinger Washington Editors. It is being held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the boardroom at the Business Enterprise Center. Cost […]

Business Feature: Enterprise Center open for business

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CNJ staff photo: Helena Rodriguez Sara McClain, front, and Stephanie Jamison answer telephones for American Medical Alert. By Helena Rodriguez: CNJ staff writer The new Business Enterprise Center is now open for business at 105 E. Grand Ave. Located inside of the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce and Clovis Industrial Development Corp. building, the center […]

Restricting business mars free enterprise

Freedom Newspapers An antiquated law that was patently unfair when it was enacted back in 1979 likely will remain in effect thanks to Texas congressmen closing ranks around protected special interests. The Wright Amendment, which prohibits Southwest Airlines from flying long-haul routes out of Love Field in Dallas, is long overdue for the scrap heap […]

Proposed business center unveiled

By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer A preliminary plan for a Business Enterprise Center was presented Thursday at the Clovis City Commission meeting. The project includes two museums, computer labs and a business help center. “With all of the growth we have experienced, with all the people who might want to start their own business, […]

Center community once had two schools

Don McAlavy: Local Columnist The Center community a few miles south of Clovis was organized in 1905, four years before Curry County was incorporated. There were only two permanent families there then. The other patrons of the community were bachelors and old maids, who were holding down the claims. In the fall of 1906, several […]

Chamber of commerce seeking grant for bigger, better building

By Eric Butler: CNJ CORRESPONDENT If the Clovis-Curry County Chamber of Commerce gets its way, a future ribbon cutting will be for its own move into a bigger building. The chamber is seeking a $900,000 economic development grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce to establish a Business Enterprise Center. Such a center would serve […]