Commissioners indicate preference to keep current air service

Kevin Wilson Clovis city commissioners indicated a preference to keep the city’s current airline carrier during their regular meeting Thursday night. There was little discussion on most items, including a recommendation to stay with Great Lakes Airlines at the Clovis Municipal Airport, in a 50-minute meeting. Great Lakes, which has served Clovis since 2006, submitted […]

Suffocation ruled out in child’s death

By CNJ Staff Preliminary autopsy findings indicate a 2 year-old girl who died Sunday did not suffocate as police initially thought. “There were no indications of suffocation or any means of a physical foul play to have caused her death,” said Clovis police Capt. Patrick Whitney. Medical investigators were not able to reach a determination […]

Preliminary autopsy: Death ruled suicide

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A 20-year-old Clovis man found hanging from a utility pole on Monday committed suicide, according to preliminary autopsy results. Family members said they do not believe Isaac Zarate intentionally killed himself, but may have suffered a concussion that contributed to his death. Zarate had been missing since Thursday morning […]