Tankersley’s marks 50 years in Clovis

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CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Homer Tankersley, president of Tankersley’s men’s clothing store in Clovis, arranges a Jack Victor men’s suit display. The store celebrated its 50th anniversary Saturday. Benna Sayyed Homer J. Tankersley opened Tankersley’s clothing store more than five decades ago with a letter of credit from a friend and fewer than 100 […]

Fireworks stands open despite restrictions

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Monday was the first day vendors were allowed to sell fireworks in the state. Taylor Vest of Roadrunner Fireworks said the first week or so of fireworks season will be slow but business usually picks up closer to Independence Day. Stands close July 6. Sharna Johnson Despite restrictions, stands opened […]

CRP lands opened to area livestock grazing

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Club notes — Nov. 28

RGH Auxiliary The Nov. 17, 2010, executive committee of the Roosevelt General Hospital Auxiliary met in the conference room. President Sid Phillips opened the meeting with the reading of the auxiliary prayer. The minutes were approved as read by Adele Breech after the correction of Liaison Gay Weese’s report of her fourth graders’ Christmas card […]

Jesus remains reason for season

By Judy Brandon: CNJ relgion columnist The day after Thanksgiving is always highlighted as a busy shopping day. I watched as news featured film footage of people camped outside certain stores in hopes to get their hands on the latest video game console. I saw people sleeping on cots in line and reclining in fold-up […]

July 1 Police Blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 8 p.m. June 8 drug agents served a search warrant at a residence in the 1400 block of Lea Street. Officers knocked on the door but when they received no response, attempted to make entry into the residence, until a man […]

Clovis Holiday Inn Express opens

Holiday Inn Express has opened a new hotel in Clovis. According to a press release, the new hotel on North Prince includes 80 rooms, an indoor pool and fitness center. A spokesperson for Holiday Inn said the hotel represents a $7 million investment by the corporation. The hotel opened its doors for business May 28.

Business feature: New dealership arrives in Clovis

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Hamilton Hyundai has a stock of about 30 vehicles. Owner Gary Hamilton said the dealership has 10 employees as of Monday, and he hopes to increase that total to 17 over the next few months. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer On Monday, General Motors filed for bankruptcy. Also on Monday, a Clovis Hyundai dealership […]

Cats go to 19-0

Clovis beat Roswell 96-41 Tuesday in a non-district boys basketball game at Rock Staubus Gym. Clovis jumped out to a 54-26 halftime lead. Jaye Crockett scored 25 points for the undefeated and top-ranked Wildcats (19-0) in the first half while Jaden Isler added 14. Look for Kevin Wilson’s game report on VarsityNow on this page. […]

Go Giants

The editors asked: No Cowboys. No Broncos. No Hank Baskett. Do you care about watching the Super Bowl? Maybe for the commercials or to see Tom Petty perform at halftime? Here’s what one reader had to say: • “Sure I am going to watch the Super Bowl. It is an American tradition. We as Americans […]