July 23, 1917

The Clovis National Bank tendered the contract for the construction of its new $15,000 home to contractor C.L. Overby. … Curry County men were given numbers to be drawn in an attempt to build up the nation’s Army. …The Clovis Journal reported that the Lyceum Theatre would soon begin showing the greatest line of current […]

Mother still one of the true greats

By Grant McGee: Local columnist My mom is the greatest mom there ever was and I love her just a whole lot. Well, I know there are lots of folks who think their mom is the best. I’m not exactly happy about where my mom is. She’s 88 years old and spends her days in […]

Student profile: O’Shea

CNJ staff Ka’Lani O’Shea is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of Bill and Brenda O’Shea. What do you envision your life being like in 10 years? I see myself graduating from medical school and being engaged. Who is your hero and why? My mom. She is able to support our […]

Pastor profile: Doug Brooks

By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer Name: Doug Brooks Age: 48 Church: Parkland Baptist Church Background: Graduated from Carlsbad High School in 1976, Wayland Baptist University in Plainview, Texas, in 1983 and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1987. First pastorate was in Joy, Texas, from 1984 to 1991. Became pastor at […]

Musician’s fame didn’t eclipse Spanish heritage

By Freedom Newspapers David Letterman once called his one of the greatest voices in all of music. Baldemar Huerta, known worldwide as Freddy Fender, rose from the humble beginnings of a migrant worker to the summit of fame in the mainstream music industry — and he did it three times. And although he changed his […]

5/12 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. the search for a great mom at first glance pastor leroy beetle made a really terrible blunder the other day boss he asked […]

STUDENT PROFILE: Jennifer Rich

Jennifer Rich is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of Janet and Rory Rich. What did you think about Sept. 11? I woke up that day to the sound of my father’s voice. I got up and went to see what all the fuss was about. Then I saw it: The […]

12/29 Student Profile

Benjamin Mousseau is a senior at the Clovis High School. He is the son of Sheryl and Marcel Mousseau. Who is invited to your fantasy dinner and why? Charles Darwin to discuss the theory of evolution, Plato to discuss the theories of life, and Jesus Christ to discuss religion. What is so great about your […]

Jesus’ love brings about greatest change of all

By Judy Brandon: Local Columnist Years ago when my parents were in seminary in Kansas City, our family had the opportunity to live among other families who were living at the seminary. We lived on the seminary grounds in apartments three stories high so we had seminary families all around us, below us and above […]

Area citizens react to loss of Ronald Reagan

By Ryan Lengerich: CNJ staff writer Mary Lewis said she never missed a Ronald Reagan movie. The 77-year-old Texico resident praised the former president. “I just loved him, he was just so handsome and such a good actor,” she said. “He was a wonderful president and a loving husband.” Reagan, the nation’s 40th president, died […]

Student Profiles 11/20

PERRY JACKSON Perry Jackson, 18, is the son of Phil and Camille Jackson and is a senior at Clovis High School. Tell us about your pets? My pet is a cocker Spaniel named Maggie. She is about two years old and I have had her for about a year. What is so great about your […]

The greatest changes in life come from within

Judy Brandon Years ago, when my parents were in seminary in Kansas City, our family had the opportunity to meet other families living at the seminary. They were from all over the United States and even foreign countries. We lived on the seminary grounds in apartments three stories high. So we had seminary families all […]