Storm drops snow on area

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Courtesy photo: Gilrobert Rennels Muleshoe received 3 inches of snow Sunday, delaying school buses Monday by two hours. A few minor vehicle accidents asssociated with the snow were report. Tonjia Rolan A winter snow storm swept through the area Sunday, dropping 1/2 inch of snow, sleet and ice on Clovis and Portales, according to the […]

Honors — Dec. 4

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Ice The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program of New Mexico’s Aging and Long Term Services Department congratulates Certified Ombudsman Volunteer Fern Ice of Clovis as the recipient of this year’s Gerald F. McBride Commitment to Excellence Award. [image #1, align=left, size=medium] Ice has served as a volunteer Ombudsman for more than 10 years, advocating for the […]

Police blotter — Aug. 7

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: Around 5 p.m. July 22 an officer responded to the area of Seventh and Upsilom streets for a report of robbery. The officer made contact with a man pushing an ice cream cart and noted he appeared afraid and anxious, but the […]

Ice-cold Hounds thumped by Northeastern State

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo ENMU junior guard Stefan Mirabal drives to the basket during the first half of Saturday’s Lone Star Conference men’s crossover game against Northeastern State at Greyhound Arena. Dave Wagner PORTALES — Sometimes teams play like they practice; sometimes not. For Eastern New Mexico University’s men on Saturday, a good week […]

Tuesday morning briefing: Volleyball, questions about ice cream and the mess at 21st

Good morning.

It’s Their Business: Tropical Shaved Ice

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Name: Tropical Shaved Ice Location: 624 W. 21st St. What they do: They sell shaved ice snow cones and ice cream bars. There are 50 syrup flavors and 12 types of ice cream bars offered. Who’s in charge: Morgan Duval Employees: Five How long in business: Two years Hours: 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday […]

Needed: parents

Ice cream anybody?

Environmental move political, not scientific

Freedom New Mexico As we feared, the government has decided that polar bears are at risk because of melting arctic ice. Radical environmentalists are elated because they insist ice is melting from global warming. What’s certain to follow is a flurry of lawsuits to stop everything from oil exploration to building projects anywhere in the […]

Bahama Buck’s slated for early summer opening

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Ronnie Marez of Clovis, applies chalk on the bottom of a roof eave Monday at the Bahama Buck’s being built on Prince Street For additional informationm, see today’s business feature. By CNJ Staff Clovis residents Stephen Powell and Chris Foster are working hard to open a surf-themed shaved ice shop […]

Weather warning in effect until noon

CNJ staff A winter storm warning remains in effect throughout the region until noon today with continued expectations of blowing snow and light snow showers, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are expected to rise into the mid-to-upper 30s by mid-day, the NOAA forecast said. Morning snow showers could contribute an additional inchof snow. […]

CCC anounces coming performance

What do five men, all down on their luck and searching for a purpose, have in common? On February 22 in Marshall Auditorium, it will be a very special white suit as the National Hispanic Cultural Center (NHCC) brings Ray Bradbury’s The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit to Clovis. This 7 p.m. performance is part of […]

Jan. 6, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Baby Bargains by Denise Fields reveals the secrets to saving 20 percent to 50 percent on baby furniture, gear, clothes, toys, maternity wear, and more, along with Web sites that offer the biggest discounts, name brand reviews, and price comparison charts. Critical by Robin Cook […]

It’s Their Business: H20 Express

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Name: H20 Express Location: 1120 N. Prince St. What they do: They sell reverse osmosis water and distribute and sell bagged ice to the public and grocery and convenience stores in Clovis. They sell blocks of ice, water dispensers and bottles and carry a variety of flavored coffee beans and […]

Nov. 7, 1921

Murray’s Confectionery offered “Mistletoe Ice Cream.” … The Clovis News reported interest was growing in the Union Bible studies held at the Presbyterian Church by Mrs. Swartzbaugh. … A piano recital held by Mrs. W.T. Knight’s pupils was deemed a success.

Sept. 16, 1972

Zenith Sales and Service, located at 115 W. Grand, offered TV repair service on all makes and models of color TVs. … A demolition crew began tearing down the “cold storage” ice house on the south side of the railroad yards. … The Clovis News-Journal reported that burglars ripped a hole in the roof of […]

June 21, 1912

C.V. Steed of Clovis was serving a four-year term on the state board of embalmers. He was appointed by Gov. W.C. McDonald. … Clovis Hardware Co. was promoting an “actual cost sale” on its entire line of buggies, hacks, refrigerators and ice cream freezers. … E.T. Jernigan & Co. was Clovis’ “official Santa Fe watch […]

Discerning danger second nature to animals

By Clyde Davis: Local Columnist During the recent 12 or so inches of snow that blanketed our area, I was surprised by the reaction of our Westie terrier. We let her fur grow in winter, and she normally loves cold weather, but when I took her out in this storm, she bounced into it, turned […]

Winter makes commendable appearance

By Grant McGee: Local columnist So how about this winter weather? There was that big ice storm two weeks ago and The Big Snow last weekend. Did you go out, plop your butt down in the deep white stuff and make a snow angel? Did you roll up huge snowballs and make a giant snowman? […]

No surprise: A rush on supplies

By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers According to officials of local businesses selling cold weather supplies, eastern New Mexico residents weren’t taking the current blast of winter weather lightly as they scurried to pick up supplies before the storm Friday. Grocery stores reported much heavier traffic than normal, and other retailers were holding their posts to […]

God can bless us by slowing us down

By Curtis Shelburne: Religion Columnist As I write, a goodly portion (How’s that for a really preacherly — yea, verily, a goodly — sort of word?) of our country has been shut down by a major winter ice storm.   Truth be told, I’m glad.   Our world desperately needs to be shut down every […]