Greyhounds hope to have larger player pool for weekend

By Dave Wagner: CNJ staff writer Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball coach Shawn Scanlan is hoping to have closer to a full roster this weekend. The Greyhounds, with only eight players in uniform, upended Lubbock Christian 68-67 on Monday night at Greyhound Arena and return to Lone Star Conference crossover play at 4 p.m. […]

Sept. 5, 2008 Police Blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 9 p.m. Aug. 26 an officer responded to an undisclosed residence for a battery report. A male juvenile holding a bag of ice in his lap told the officer he was battered during football practice at a school in the 1500 […]

Restless Heart featured performer at Dairy Fest

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Courtesy photo Restless Heart will be performing Saturday night during Dairy Fest at the Curry County Fairgrounds. Restless Heart is scheduled to perform Saturday at the Curry County Fairgrounds from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. during the third annual Dairy Fest, with a guest performance by local fiddle player Coby Carter. Fiddle player Coby Carter, […]

Get well, Jaden

This week’s player of the week, for posting a comment on our Web site that reflects the views of many, is “Clovissite.”

Nice play, ‘Allshookup’

This week’s player of the week award — for a Web site comment that we suspect summarizes the views of most Clovis High sports fans — goes to “Allshookup.” The topic was a nail-biting state-championship basketball game.

Player of week award goes to …

The player of the week, honored for leaving a Web site comment that enlightens, inspires or just captures our interest, goes to … … Cloviscraig, a regular contributor. We liked his thoughts related to the 2007 homicide of Emmett Salisbury, who officials said may have been killed because of alleged ties to illegal drugs. “If […]

Player of the week: Peloton

Each Monday, Editors’ Notebook selects a player of the week to honor the author of a Web site comment that strikes us as particularly witty, insightful or eye opening.

Player of the week: Flyrealtor

The first winner of our “Player of the Week Award” for leaving a witty, responsible and/or helpful viewpoint on our Web site is “Flyrealtor.” She weighed in on a debate about cleaning up Clovis. “I have a great idea,” she wrote. “Just reroute 60/84 through Llano Estacado. Then no one will have to see houses […]

Dec. 12, 1974

“Children and matches” was the fire department’s tentative ruling as the cause of a fire that occurred in a storage shed in the 1400 block of South Prince Street. … The State Highway Department was preparing to synchronize newly installed traffic lights at the E. Mabry and Norris Street intersections. … An electrophonic 72-inch console, […]

Nov. 19, 1922

Mayor Denhof announced at the Kiwanis Club that he planned to pass a resolution asking New Mexico’s senators and congressmen to render any assistance in securing free mail delivery for Clovis residents. … J.C. Clinton of Colorado Springs, Colo., representing the firm of J.C. Penney Co., was making plans to open a store in Clovis. […]

Nov. 18, 1982

Members of the Curry and Quay Landowners Association turned out to hear April Moore, national coordinator for the National Campaign to Stop MX (missiles), as she warned that eastern New Mexico could become a “nuclear sponge” for the rest of the country. … Wildcat football players Doug Hubby and Mike Minnis were named offensive players […]

Sept. 9, 1969

Jackie Linton, a 174-pound junior, was named Clovis High’s winner of the first “Bad Cat” award, which was presented weekly to an outstanding football player. … Woody’s Taco Bell meat burritos were 40 cents each. … An adult education class in speed reading was scheduled to begin at Clovis High School with Mrs. Chaney Merritt […]

CHS TENNIS: Clovis duo heads for state

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CNJ file photo Clovis freshman Heather Trujillo posted a 21-5 record and a District 4-5A runnerup finish this season. Trujillo and senior Marlon Wright will represent CHS in Class 5A state singles tennis competition starting Friday. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Heather Trujillo is looking forward to playing in Class 5A state singles competition […]

Gattis celebrates 50 years of the 3 R’s

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle Twyla Coleman has taught English at Gattis Junior High School for 20 years. Coleman also did her student teaching there and attended the school from 1974 to 1976. By Rick White: CNJ Managing Editor Jerry Bailey remembers being a pint-sized freshman who developed his first schoolboy crush on his music […]

Mead receives honor

CNJ staff Clovis High senior running back Brian Mead was one of 50 players chosen in February for the Old Spice Red Zone player of the year award. Mead, Clovis’ all-time leading rusher with 4,266 yards and 55 touchdowns for his career, was one of two players chosen from New Mexico. The other was Artesia […]

Zias basketball player honored

CNJ staff PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University junior forward Rochelle Vance has been selected third-team ESPN The Magazine’s District 6 Academic All-District for her performance on the court and in the classroom. Vance has averaged over four points and rebounds per game. She has also scored 10 points on three occasions this season. To […]

Richards wins honor

Eastern New Mexico University senior forward Elizabeth Richards was named the Lone Star Conference South Player of the Week Monday. Richards averaged a team- high 27.5 points and 15.5 rebounds in the Zias two games last week, including a 76-63 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville where she had 26 points and 19 rebounds. For the season […]

COLLEGE UPDATE: Ex-CHS point guard helping McMurry

By Greg Price: CNJ sports writer McMurry University junior point guard Bud Willis did more than hone his basketball skills at Clovis High School. Under the tutelage of Wildcats coach J. D. Isler, Willis also learned his true calling in life was coaching. “When I see him coach, he teaches you how to play ball, […]

Mead named Top 5A Player of the Year

CNJ staff Clovis senior running back Brian Mead was named Class 5A Player of the Year by scout.com. The 5-foot-7 Mead led the Wildcats to a 7-4 record this season with his 2,183 rushing yards and 33 touchdowns, which led all New Mexico running backs. For his career, Mead rushed for 4,268 yards and 55 […]

5A seeding hearing today

CNJ Staff A hearing on the lawsuit filed by the parents of 19 Las Cruces football players against the NMAA will be held 10 a.m. today, according to a press release by the NMAA. After a Las Cruces judge granted a restraining order to the parents, Friday the NMAA decided to delay the selection of […]