4/28 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: At 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, an officer was called to Marshall Junior High School, and a student was arrested and booked for possession of marijuana on school grounds after marijuana was found. The student was released after booking. • • • Officers responded to a […]

3/26 Organizations

Fairfield Extension Club The Fairfield Extension Club met March 10 at the club building. Hostesses Marie Wells and Viola McGregor made a sausage and a dish. Everyone else brought an accompanying dish. Thirteen members attended the meeting. Judy Griego and Nadine Fixter spoke about Senior Companions and Foster Grandparents. New members are welcome. For information, […]

3/5 Anniversary

Butler Charles and Verna Butler of Clovis celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The couple married March 2, 1956, in Phoenix. They have two children and three grandchildren. The couple met at a country-western dance on Christmas Eve in 1955 and dated for two months and one week before they married. […]

3/5 Organizations

BPO Does No. 108 Clovis BPO Does No. 108 held a regular meeting Feb. 23 with President Gaylynn presiding. After roll call of officers, the meeting was called to order. The first order of business was to honor charter members Marge McCullough and Lena Klebold, who recently died, and remaining charter members of the Drove, […]

2/26 Organizations

El Portal Club The El Portal Chapter of Daughter of the American Revolution met Feb. 11 at the First Christian Church in Clovis. Regent Wanda Dunn presided. Guest included Christie Allen, Melrose High School Good Citizen, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Allen, Katie Haynes Burns, Madison Stewart, the grade level winner of he American […]

2/19 Organizations

Chaparral club The Chaparral Extension Club met Jan. 12 in the home of Jeanetta Mesner, with Sheryl Abdill co-hosting. President Sheryl Abdill called the meeting to order with Dorothy Bean giving the council report. Hostesses for the next few meetings were set up. The Domino Tournament was discussed. The group will make support bears during […]

12/25 Organizations

El Portal Chapter The El Portal Chapter club met at 6 p.m on Dec. 10 at the Territorial Restaurant in Portales. The program focused on Christmas traditions. Nine members of El Portal Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution and 10 guests held a formal evening of dining. Regent Wanda Dunn presided over a […]

10-30 Club Notes, Engagments, and Births

Club Notes Delta Kappa Gamma Delta Kappa Gamma met Monday in the Ingram room of Clovis Carver Library. Cheryl Hinrichs, president, opened the meeting with the collect. Hostesses served refreshments as members Jodie Boyd, Peggy Ingram, Mary Lee Rogers and Linda Riley arrived. District Attorney Matt Chandler presented a very informative program on drug use […]

Charges could interrupt Israel, American relations

Freedom Newspapers This could turn out to be nothing much, or it could be a major scandal that ends up affecting U.S. relations with Israel. The emerging Larry Franklin-AIPAC story bears watching because it could signify an organized effort to affect U.S. policy in the Middle East — perfectly legitimate — that veered over the […]

6/12 Honors, Reunions, Organizations

Honors Schumpert Wade Schumpert of Clovis has been named to the Dean’s List at Lubbock Christian University for the spring semester of 2005. To qualify for the list, students must be taking a minimum of 12 semester hours and achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above for the entire semester. Hale Roberta Ann […]

Research shows ancestor impacts

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Gladys Williamson, a member of the staff at the Clovis Branch Family History Center, clips obituaies from newspapers. Obituary listings are one part of many published items available to help anyone retrace his or her family history. (Courtesy photo) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Correspondent At the Clovis Branch Family History Center, the past takes precedence […]

Organizations – Club Notes 10/31

Friendship Rebekah Lodge Friendship Rebekah Lodge met Tuesday for its regular meeting. It was the 94th anniversary of the Lodge. Noble Grand Vicky Howard and Chaplain Robbie Wicker served sandwiches, chips and birthday cake. Wanda Scott and Melvin and Serena Goar talked about some of the things that happed at the Rebekah assembly in Deming. […]

Club Notes

Pleasant Hill Womens Club Meeting The Pleasant Hill Womens Club met on Sept. 18 with eight members present at the Pleasant Hill Fire Department meeting room. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon by hostesses Donna Donahey and Alice Pierce. Alice Pierce, president, called the meeting to order and thanked members who helped clean […]

Friends say volunteer leaves a legacy of service

By Gary Mitchell Karen Shayotovich left a lasting impression on everyone she met, according to family and friends. Karen Sue Shayotovich, 59, died June 21 at her home in Clovis after a valiant struggle against cancer. A two-time cancer survivor, the last battle took its toll. “She had a long, hard fight, but none of […]

Organizers say KENW teleauction hits goal

By Kevin Wilson Two weeks after the KENW Tele-auction, event organizers say the desired results were met — just like the 26 auctions before it. While exact figures are not yet calculated, tele-auction coordinator Sheryl Borden said the annual event brought in about $75,000 to 80,000 in net profits for the station. “I would say […]

god s mudbug wrestler

by amos Editor’s Note: Amos is a churchmouse, unable to use the keyboard shift keys and unschooled in the art of punctuation. boss i just met the strongest mudbug in the church pew underworld he was the top bug in the pro mudbug wrestling circuit his name is ted the million dollar mudbug wrestler and […]