Birthdays —

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Courtesy photo From left, Sue Fielden, Winnie Moore and Sherrod Fielden. Moore Winnie Moore of Clifton, Texas, celebrated her 90th birthday 10 a.m. Oct. 10 at Sunset Ministries in Clifton. The celebration was hosted by her daughter and son-in-law, Sue and Sherrod Fielden. Winnie was born Oct. 20, 1921, in Milam County, Texas. She has […]

First person: Keeping connected

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Courtesy photo: Bob Morgan Jeff Moore retired earlier this month following 35 years with ENMR-Plateau. He left as chief operating officer of the cooperative’s wireline division. When Jeff Moore first moved to Clovis in 1964, it was just a few months before he started selling newspapers along Main Street as a part-time job. Nearly half […]

Shoutouts — Oct. 31

On behalf of Winnie Moore and her family, we would like to thank everyone who attended her birthday celebration, gave cards and/or gifts as this helped to make Winnie’s birthday celebration a wonderful success. Thank you millions from Winnie Moore and Family

Religion feature: Church to host bible study simulcast

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Argen Duncan: Portales News-Tribune Emmanuel Baptist Church in Portales is sponsoring a satellite broadcast of a day-long presentation by popular women’s Bible study author Beth Moore on Saturday. Argen Duncan Bible study author Beth Moore, who focuses on women’s ministries, is appearing in Portales Saturday via satellite. Linda Davis, who helped organize the event at […]

Grocery store lawsuit settled out of court

Freedom New Mexico A lawsuit against a grocery store operated by former State Rep. Brian Moore, R-Clayton, was settled out of court, Moore said. The suit was filed by the state’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on behalf of an applicant for employment at Ranch Market in Clayton. The $30,000 settlement, paid to the applicant, contains […]

First person: Meeting student needs

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis schools Student Support Services Executive Director Tamara Moore-Callahan took over the position last year. Tamara Moore-Callahan, executive director of student services for Clovis Schools, took over the position after Cindy Osborn retired last year. Moore-Callahan and her husband moved to Clovis while her husband was in the military. He […]

Press release: Neighbors lead police to burglar

A 22-year-old local Clovis man identified as Anthony Moore was arrested September 23rd, 2009 by Clovis Police Detectives and Patrol Officers on 1count each of Residential Burglary, Felony Tampering with Evidence, Felony Larceny and Criminal Damage after watchful neighbors contacted police immediately with personal suspect identifying information and suspect vehicle description upon seeing suspect Anthony […]

Neighbors help nab burglar

A Clovis man is accused of burglary after neighbors called police Wednesday to report him removing items from a house on their street. Anthony Moore, 22, is charged with burglary, felony tampering with evidence, felony larceny and criminal damage. Police said they believe he may be involved in other recent burglaries. Moore is being held […]

Press release: Former state rep wants lieutenant governor post

Clayton businessman Brian Moore announced today he’s entered the race for the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor.

Feb. 15, 2009 Engagements

Reed-Moore Joe and Becky Reed of Melrose announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, D’Layna Reed of Melrose to Jordan Moore of Clovis. He is the son of Jeff and Melissa Moore of Clovis. The couple will exchange July 31, 2009, at The Rose Garden in Clovis. A reception will follow. The bride-elect […]

May 25, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Cricket in the Web: The 1949 Unsolved Murder that Unraveled Politics in New Mexico by Paula Moore reveals how the discovery of the body of an 18-year-old waitress in a shallow grave near Mesquite launched a series of court trials that would expose political corruption […]

May 18, 2008 Club notes

The Beta Phi Chapter of ESA met May 5. The meeting was called to order by President Collene Baldwin, who recited the opening ritual. The meeting was attended by seven jewel pin members, two pledges, one reinstalled member and one guest. Hostess was Suzy Moore. A state convention was held in April in Las Cruces […]

Clovis native to work with Consumer Product Safety Commission

DOMENICI STATEMENT ON DEPARTURE OF STAFF MEMBER AUTUMN MOORE OF CLOVIS             WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Pete Domenici today announced the departure of his staff member Autumn Moore of Clovis.             Moore, who completed an internship with Domenici’s office in the summer of 2005, has served in various capacities, including legislative correspondent and legislative […]

12-21 Marriages and divorces

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Dec. 6 through Wednesday: • Todd Casey Gilbert, 21, to Jennifer Jenee Johnson, 23, both of Clovis • Lafayette Dean Charleston, 40, of Apo, N.Y., to Ursula Vatrese Floyd, 36, of Clovis • Charles Joe Moore, 29, to Brandi Jeanelle Stotts, 28, both of Clovis […]

Local Roundup: Court officials warn of scam

CNJ staff A recent scam that plays on citizens being called for jury duty has court officials getting the word out. A caller claims to be a jury coordinator and tells the citizen he or she didn’t report for jury duty and asks for a social security number and date of birth, so the caller […]

Quay school official announces candidacy

By Chelle Delaney: Freedom New Mexico Dennis J. Roch, assistant superintendent for Tucumcari schools, has announced his candidacy for the District 67 state representative position. Roch’s announcement Friday was made jointly with District 67 incumbent, Republican Brian Moore of Clayton, who said he would not seek re-election. Moore’s term expires December 2008. “I think he’s […]

Ex-ENMU coach dies of cancer

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CNJ file photo Dan Buzard, who died Tuesday at the age of 39, spent 17 seasons coaching in the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball program. By Mickey Winfield: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — Former Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team coach Dan Buzard lost his three-year battle with brain cancer early Tuesday morning at […]

Electric transformer shooting investigated

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A rural Curry County electric transformer shot by an unknown suspect Sunday will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to repair and has spurred a criminal investigation, according to officials. The transformer, located at a substation on Curry Road R north of Ranchvale, serves about 1,000 meters for the […]

History comes to life

By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers Speaker Van Ann Moore brought to life Carrie Wooster Tingley and Katherine Kennedy O’Conner to the delight of the audience during the seventh annual Women’s History Brunch and Exhibit on Friday at the Portales Public Library. Moore described the contributions and accomplishments of Tingley and O’Conner during the 1920s and […]

Legislature passes halfway point

By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers With the 60-day session of the 2007 New Mexico Legislature just past the midway point, local legislators say the pot’s just beginning to boil at the Roundhouse. “Right now we’re in the middle of a lot of things,” Sen. Stuart Ingle, R-Portales, said. “This is where it really gets busy.” […]