July 14, 1915

Hazel Moye of Clovis died of scarlet fever. There were no funeral services at the home due to the nature of the illness and the victim’s home being quarantined, but a host of sympathizing friends followed the remains of the little girl to the cemetery. … The Clovis Journal celebrated its six-year anniversary. … Rural […]

May 29, 1913

A.B. Wagner had been named Clovis’ postmaster. His salary was $2,100 per year. … The son of Sheriff D.L. Moye returned home “cheerfully” after running away two days earlier, The Clovis Journal reported. … Government officials said there was no need for Clovis residents to worry about a grasshopper infestation facing neighboring counties. A mixture […]

Street scuffles leave several injured

By Don McAlvy: Columnist Editor’s Note: The following was reported in the Thursday, July 5, 1917 edition of the Clovis News Journal. An attack upon Clovis Chief of Police Finis Sadler him injured, and blacksmith Jake High and Curry County Sheriff Dick Moye were injured in a later incident. The attack upon Chief Sadler arose […]