Police: Roommate shot in leg

CNJ staff A Clovis man was shot in the leg by his roommate Monday night after an argument between the two escalated, according to Clovis police. Guy Schilling, 50, was taken to Plains Regional Medical Center and later transferred to a Lubbock hospital, according to an email from Clovis Police Chief Steve Sanders. Sanders said […]

Look no further than feed store

I remember looking out my bedroom window early one morning and seeing our 2-year-old gelding we called Chapo limping toward the corral, dragging a bloody hind leg. He had spent much of the night with his leg hung in a cattleguard. It was awful. My dad, as most cowboys, was a fairly good veterinarian. He […]

Cannon airman faces charge after shooting self in leg

CNJ staff A 39-year-old Cannon Air Force Base airman faces a possible misdemeanor charge after shooting himself in the leg Saturday. Curry County sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a gunshot wound at a home in the 3000 block of Cottonwood Drive around 8:45 p.m. Initially, the injured man could not tell officers what […]

Robbery victim still in recovery

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Courtesy photo Larry Porter is still hospitalized, recovering from a broken leg he received during a Nov. 30 robbery that took place in his driveway. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A month after he was robbed and beaten in his own driveway, 72-year-old Larry Porter of Clovis remains hospitalized and is struggling to recover […]

Man breaks leg attempting to fend off robbery

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A 72-year-old Clovis man suffered a broken leg in a failed attempt to fend off a robbery with a bag of turnips. Larry Porter is being treated at a Lubbock hospital after police said two men robbed him in front of his home. Porter had just exited his vehicle […]

First person: Unlucky break

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Matthew Lolley broke his leg in four places during a scrimmage before the 2008-2009 football season began and will have to sit out the season. Matthew Lolley, a junior at Clovis High School, skipped playing football his sophomore year. When he returned his junior year, he broke his leg in […]

Aug. 22. 2008 What's Happening

Friday Crab Leg Fiesta — 5 to 8 p.m. The Landing. Reservations: 784-2853. Late Nighter — 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. The Landing. Featuring DJ Damage. Open to the public. Civilians must use West gate and be 21 years of age with I.D. Information: 784-2853. Open Recreation — 4 to 6:30 p.m. for tweens and […]

Portales woman shot in leg in Albuquerque hotel

CNJ staff A Portales woman was shot in the leg early Friday morning while she slept at an Albuquerque hotel, according to Albuquerque police. Sylvia Montano, 56, is listed as stable after receiving treatment at University of New Mexico Hospital, Officer Nadine Hamdy said Friday afternoon. It is a unique case, Hamdy said, considering the […]

Clovis teen benefits from early detection

ADVANCED TREATMENT

Albuquerque Journal photo: Sam Adams Cody Unser, left, and Kenneth Nation, 15, of Clovis, talk after meeting Monday at the University of New Mexico Hospital. By Olivier Uyttebrouck: The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — A tingling sensation in Kenneth Nation’s hands and legs were his first indication that something was wrong. Two days later, on June […]

CHS GOLF: Cats set for wide-open district meet

CNJ staff HOBBS — Monday’s District 4-5A boys golf tournament at Chaparral Country Club should be interesting. Clovis, Hobbs and Carlsbad have all earned two of the necessary three legs to reach Class 5A state competition in May, so the tournament winner is in and the other two will be out. The Wildcats struggled in […]

CHS GOLF: Clovis girls notch third state leg

CNJ staff Clovis High’s girls shot a four-person score of 372 to capture team honors on Monday in a triangular golf tournament hosted by CHS at Municipal Golf Course. The Lady Wildcats posted a score of 372, giving them the third and final leg needed to qualify for next month’s Class 5A state competition. Portales […]

CHS GOLF: Cats move up two places in tourney

CNJ staff ROSWELL — Clovis High’s boys moved up two notches on Tuesday to finish seventh in the two-day Roswell Invitational golf tournament, played at the New Mexico Military and Spring River golf courses. The Wildcats shot a four-man total of 338 on Tuesday at Spring River for a two-day total of 670. Portales, led […]

CHS GOLF: Clovis teams in middle of pack

CNJ staff ROSWELL — Clovis High’s golf teams were lodged in the middle of the pack after Monday’s first round of the two-day Roswell Invitational golf tournament. Clovis shot 332 and was tied with Deming for ninth in a field of 20 boys teams who played at New Mexico Military Golf Course. The CHS girls […]

CHS GOLF: Cats top Rams in playoff for team title

CNJ staff LOVINGTON — For the first time this spring, the Clovis High boys golf team put everything together. Led by sophomore Tyler Fontenot’s 3-over-par 74, the Wildcats shot a four-man total of 305 and won a playoff with Portales on Wednesday for the team championship in the Lovington Invitational tournament. Artesia was third in […]

CHS GOLF: Portales boys dominate invite

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The Portales boys golf team has a Class 3A state title in mind this spring after finishing second a year ago, and they made a convincing showing on Monday. The Rams shot a four-man score of 307 in the three-team Clovis Invitational at Chaparral Country Club, outdistancing the host […]

Clovis girls take second

CNJ staff HOBBS — Senior Tiffani Reid shot 41-44 — 85 to finish second and lead Clovis High’s girls to a second-place finish in the season-opening Tasker Invitational golf tournament on Monday at Hobbs Country Club. Reid earned a leg for the Class 5A state tournament, but the Lady Wildcats fell three shots short of […]

Man shot in leg Tuesday afternoon

CNJ staff An adult male was shot in the leg shortly before 1 p.m. Tuesday in the vicinity of Grand and Maple streets, according to 9th Judicial District Attorney Matt Chandler. Authorities have declined to identify the victim, citing an ongoing investigation. Chandler said at 9 p.m. Tuesday, police were conducting multiple interviews and had […]

Roosevelt County man shot in leg

Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — A 19-year-old Roosevelt County man was shot in the leg sometime Sunday night in Portales, but police aren’t sure exactly where the incident occurred or who shot him. Police were summoned to Roosevelt General Hospital by an emergency room desk clerk at 10:30 p.m. Sunday. The clerk reported a patient with […]

James Woodrow Lee, Louis Kendrick

Editor’s note: World War II officially ended Sept. 2, 1945, when the Japanese signed surrender terms. We’re honoring the war’s area veterans over the next several months with these brief profiles. James Woodrow Lee Date of birth: Sept. 30, 1916 Dates of service: January 1943 to June 1946 Hometown: Portales Lives in: Portales Theater and […]

Common sense and bureaucracy rarely meet

By Curtis K. Shelburne Lately at our church we’ve been studying the “fruits of the Spirit.” We plan to talk about “Patience” soon, but I think I need the lesson right now! Recently, I had under my care a genuine, certifiable, hurricane refugee (excuse me, “evacuee”). She was and is my sister, flown up to […]