Sept. 25, 1960

An 18-year-old Cannon Air Force Base airman was charged with the attempted theft of a Piper Tri Pacer aircraft and was released from the Curry County Jail on a $1,000 bond. … The Clovis News-Journal reported that junior halfback Jimmy Reynolds scored eight touchdowns, leading the Clovis Wildcats to a 44-12 win over the Tucumcari […]

Aug. 13, 1929

A racing-type plane crashed in Clovis, killing Lt. O.L. Stephens, Thos. E. Scully and Phil Berry. … Chamber of Commerce Secretary Bon Anglin said he received pledges from many cities in support of organizing a “366 Highway Association” for a route running from El Paso through Nebraska. … Mandells Department Store claimed to have “Advance […]

Hounds fall to Javelinas in twin bill

CNJ staff PORTALES — A close call went against Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team, and Texas A&M-Kingsville added some late insurance to hold off the Greyhounds 5-3 and complete a sweep of Friday’s Lone Star Conference South Division baseball doubleheader at Greyhound Field. The Javelinas (26-26, 9-9 South) won the opener 11-6. The losses […]

Warning: Grumble at your own risk

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Religion columnist Grumbling is risky business.   Of course, like any temptation, it feels good at the moment we fall to it. The act of grumbling stokes the fires of our sinful pride. It also stokes the fires of hell — the one hereafter and the one we may be creating […]

Dow’s big drop doesn’t warrant intervention

By Freedom Newspapers Well, Tuesday was certainly a dramatic day on the stock market, wasn’t it? When the Dow industrials fall 416 points in a single day — even though 3.3 percent is not all that precipitous a decline — people tend to notice and ask questions. Does it signal the end of the Bush […]

CCC fall figures down

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Clovis Community College enrollment continued a downward descent in fall 2006, according to a CCC memorandum issued to CCC Board of Trustees. Enrollment in the 2006 fall semester declined 9.42 percent when compared with the 2005 fall semester, according to a state formula used to measure enrollment, the memorandum […]

Cops and courts: $1,000 snatched from tobacco store

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Police are reviewing video footage of a hooded man who may have stolen more than $1,000 from the safe of a Clovis tobacco store around 6:30 p.m. Saturday, according to police reports. A clerk at KC Express on West Seventh Street called police to report the robbery. She said she […]

Area players to participate in all-star volleyball games

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Clovis High’s Aimee Hilburn says she’s a little sad her final competitive volleyball match is coming up this week in the Class 4A-5A New Mexico High School Coaches Association Class 4-5A all-star game in Albuquerque, but at the same time she’s ready to move on. Hilburn signed to play […]

ENMU adding film major in fall semester

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University Regents approved a new film major that will have 33 core classes in its curriculum Saturday during a regular board meeting. Students can enroll in the degree program in the fall. Robert Vartabedian, ENMU vice president for academic affairs, said the new major in digital […]

Relaxation cannot and should not be controlled

Helena Rodriguez: Local Columnist We’re such control freaks these days. We like to control our time. Control our space. Control how long our meetings last. Control agendas. Control how much input and output we will take from others and so on. I’m an admitted control freak. I control the air conditioner in my car. I […]

4/16 Engagements

Maggio/Moulder Bill and Becky Ingram and Don and Jannette Maggio, all of Clovis, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Angela Maggio, to Miles Moulder, both of Clovis. He is the son of Cindy Russell of Amarillo. The couple will exchange vows May 27 at First United Methodist Church. The bride-elect is a […]

3/10 amos

Editor’s note: Amos is a church mouse, who types by hopping on the computer keyboard, but he can’t operate the capital shift, and he shuns punctuation marks – except hyphens and dashes. life in a matchbox amendments to solomon s proverbs boss i may have mentioned this once before but life ain t easy under […]

2/12 honors

Daniele Baughman was awarded a master of occupational therapy degree Dec. 17 from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. She was awarded the degree after she completed her clinical fieldwork experiences at Advance Therapy Services in Fort Worth, Texas, and in Seton Medical Center in Austin, Texas. Four Clovis students wee named to the South […]

1/29 Honors

Jerramy Wilber of Clovis graduated in the 2005 fall semester at Eastern New Mexico University. He received a certificate of Occupational Training and Auto Body/Detail with honors. Lacie Young of Clovis graduated in the 2005 fall semester at Amarillo College.

Grad numbers up this fall at ENMU

Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers Numbers at Eastern New Mexico University continue to be rosy. Friday the university’s board of regents learned that the total number of students graduating this fall is up 69 students over last fall. There are 261 students eligible to receive their diploma at the ENMU graduation today. ENMU president Steven Gamble […]

NMAA adds 8-man football for fall

The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — The New Mexico Activities Association board of directors on Thursday approved the addition of 8-man football for next fall. Fourteen schools are scheduled to play: Menaul, Mountainair, Springer-Des Moines, Animas, Magdalena, Pine Hill, Reserve, Gateway Christian, Valley Christian, Clovis Christian, Tatum, Floyd, Logan and Melrose. The 6-man format, implemented in […]

Flu season approaching

By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer The month of October brings pleasant changes in the form of shorter days and cooler weather. The beginning of fall, however, is also the onset of flu season. Chris Minnick of the New Mexico Department of Health said flu shot shortages were not expected to be a worry this […]

Board of Regents informed of ENMU enrollment increase

By Tony Parra Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents members were told Friday enrollment at the Portales campus topped 4,000 for the first time since 1975. According to university officials, 4,052 students enrolled at ENMU for the fall semester. The fall enrollment is up 2.3 percent from the 2004 fall headcount, which was 3,959. […]

9/29 Education Calendar

Today: Eastern New Mexico University is hosting the 2005 Career Fair from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Campus Union Ballroom. Participants should dress appropriately and bring their resumes. Information: 562-2211 Today: School officials are holding a community discussion from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Ranchvale Elementary cafeteria regarding the possible closure […]

9/22 Education Digest

Clovis Head Start recruiting students The Clovis Head Start preschool and Early Head Start is recruiting students, said Head Start supervisor Margie Tapia. The public is invited to tour the facilities on 901 Martin Luther King Blvd. and receive Head Start information, she said. The official start of the preschool year was August, Tapia said, […]