Empty Stocking donations list

CNJ staff The Salvation Army’s most successful Christmas campaign in the last five years collected $52,034 between Red Kettles and Empty Stocking Funds. The second most successful year was in 2007 when the organization raised $46,501. Empty Stocking donations this year totaled $9,843. The following is a list of Empty Stocking donators furnished by the […]

All-LSC North football list

FIRST TEAM OFFENSE Player, team, Pos., Year, Hometown • Wes Wood, Eastern New Mexico, QB, So., Muleshoe • Baylen Laury, Southeastern Oklahoma, RB, Sr., Forney, Texas • Josh Birmingham, Central Oklahoma, RB, Fr., Luther, Okla. • Darrin Reeves, Southeastern Oklahoma, FB, Sr., St. Jo, Texas • Jessie Poku, Eastern New Mexico, WR, Sr., Murphy, Texas […]

Holiday happenings — Oct. 31

The following is a list of local holiday happenings today: • Parkland Fall FestivalWhen: 6-8 p.m.Where: Parkland Baptist ChurchCost: Free • Harvest CarnivalWhen: 7:30-9 p.m.Where: Faith Christian Family ChurchCost: Free • Trinity Assembly of God Harvest FestWhen: 6-8:30 p.m. Where: Trinity Assembly of God, 601 S. Ave. B., PortalesCost: Free • Trick or Treat at […]

Land use committee approves conflict reduction list

Argen Duncan The Joint Land Use Study Policy Committee on Monday approved presentation of a proposed study-area map and a list of possible actions to reduce conflicts in land and airspace use between Cannon Air Force Base and other communities. The map and suggested actions will be presented to the public in a 6 p.m. […]

Fair season beginning

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File photo Curry County fair organizers have promised a blend of traditional favorites and new attractions throughout the week. Sharna Johnson The Curry County fair begins Monday with what organizers have promised to be a blend of traditional favorites and new attractions throughout the week. Animal shows and sales, baking and crafting contests and other […]

Not many food items on ban list

Karl Terry Michelle Obama doesn’t like beets and apparently neither does her husband. My grandmother once called me her little beet-eater because I liked the red root vegetable that I really only ever got at her table. I don’t think they were fresh beets too often but their sweetness seemed to me a little like […]

Honors — July 18

Mosolf Becky Mosolf of Clovis was named to the spring 2010 Dean’s List at Taylor University.

Mind better occupied with God than with fear

Curtis Shelburne Recently I decided that it might be interesting to start making a list—a list of the things the media tell us we should be afraid of. If you focused just on the morning shows in a two-week period, I’m betting you’d find that on every day, multiple times more often than not, the […]

June primary election ballot

The following is the list of candidates appearing on the ballot for the June 1 state and county primary election:

Curry County primary filing list

As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, the following had candidacy for office in the Curry County primary election: • District 64 state representative: Incumbent Anna Crook, Republican; Wade Lopez, Democrat • Magistrate Judge, District 1: Johnny Chavez, Democrat; Incumbent Duane K. Castleberry, Republican • Magistrate Judge District 2: Genaro Soto, Democrat; Incumbent Richard Hollis Jr., Republican […]

Weather delays area schools

CNJ staff Inclement weather has delayed the start of school on Tuesday in the following districts: * Clovis schools are delayed two hours. * Clovis Christian school delayed two hours. * Clovis Community College will start at 10 a.m. * Eastern New Mexico University will start at 11 a.m. * Portales delayed two hours. * […]

Police investigate muggings

By Sharna Johnson, CNJ staff writer Clovis police are investigating about half a dozen muggings within recent weeks. This weekend, two purse snatchings added to a growing list of residents who have been robbed. Capt. Patrick Whitney said the descriptions victims have been able to provide police are sketchy at best and police are having […]

Local organizations offer Haiti aid options

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U.S. Air Force photo: Senior Airman Erik Cardenas Airman 1st Class David Showers, 27th Special Operations Support Squadron, gets blood drawn by Tech. Sgt. Michael Buongiorne, 27th Special Operations Medical Support Squadron, in preparation for deployment to Haiti. Approximately 45 Airmen from here prepared to support earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. CNJ staff Here is […]

Difficult to imagine what’s next

By Karl Terry: CNJ columnist A comment by a coworker last week about how much technology has changed just in our middle-aged lives spawned a long list of new things we never would have dreamed. At the top of that list is cell phones. All involved in the discussion remembered through first-hand experience party-line phone […]

Medicare plan enrollment open

CNJ staff Medicare Part D open enrollment is 10:30 a.m. Thursday at La Casa Senior Center. Medicare beneficiaries can shop for a better Medicare Part D drug plan by reviewing a list of options for the 2010 Medicare Part D Plan list. Anyone seeking to enroll will need a drivers license or identification card, Medicare […]

Cancellations and postponements

The following is a partial list of postponements and cancellations due to weather. We will update throughout the day: • The Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast set for Friday. A reschedule date has not been announced. • Celebration of Life holiday memorial service at Best Western Clovis Inn. Postponed until 5:30 p.m. Dec. […]

Chili dogs, TweetDeck top my list

By David Stevens: Editor for Freedom New Mexico I have much to be thankful for today, including a family full of colorful characters, dogs that like to play ball and a cat that doesn’t scratch (me anyway). My house has central heat and air, my car has cruise control and I won the lottery last […]

Local projects possibly on governor’s freeze list

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks A $100,000 grant from the state for improvements to the Clovis Wellness Center, which includes the city’s aquatic center, is part of a list of projects that might be frozen until the Jan. 2010 legislative session. By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico A press release from the governor’s office late […]

Meetings watch: City commission approves ‘wish list’ budget

The Clovis City Commission met Thursday night at the Clovis-Carver Public Library’s north annex. The following items were included in the consent agenda — items approved unanimously without discussion: • Recommendations from City Manager Joe Thomas for “wish list” budget changes for the fiscal year 2010 budget. From an available pool of about $673,000, Thomas […]