Wildcats reserved seat tickets on sale

Reserved seat tickets for the 2010 Clovis football season are on sale at the Clovis High School athletic office and Tankersley’s, 306 Main St. Past ticket holders have until Aug. 19 to purchase their same seats. The cost of reserved seats is $48. Information: Sandy Brownlow at 769-4350, ext. 1023. Advanced single-game general admission tickets […]

March 20 Commander's Action Line

What is the base policy for reserved parking? It doesn’t seem like the base has a standardized method of assigning parking spaces. Thank you for your question. This is very timely because the 27th Special Operations Mission Support Group commander signed a revised base parking plan in February, 2009. This plan standardizes the allowable reserved […]

Band members go the distance to raise funds

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis High tuba player Zach Balli, senior, heads out with the rest of the band from their second break at Yucca Middle School Saturday during the band’s march-a-thon fundraiser. The band marched 8 miles around the city. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer For Jesika Trujillo, getting up at 8 […]

Playoff tickets on sale

CNJ Staff Reserved-seat tickets for Saturday’s Clovis High School football playoff game will go on sale today. They may be purchased at the high school athletic office or at Tankersley’s, 306 Main, according to a school news release. Season ticket holders have through Wednesday to purchase their regular-season seats. After that, unclaimed reserve seats will […]

CHS tickets to go on sale

CNJ STAFF Reserved tickets for the 2004 Clovis High football season will go on sale Monday at the CHS athletic office or at Tankersley’s, 306 Main. Reserved seasts are $35. Past ticketholders have until Aug. 18 to renew their tickets. After that, remaining tickets will be on sale only at the CHS athletic offices. Advance […]

Future population growth a factor in Ute water reserves

By Jack King: CNJ staff writer Some communities in the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority are gambling on growth to pay for their share of the Ute Water Pipeline, according to a study by a consultant to the project. The consultant, Jason Bass, an economist with Dornbusch Associates of Tucson, Ariz., said last week […]

Readers feel Tucumcari should share

Project: Reader Reaction Clovis Mayor David Lansford says Tucumcari has reserved more water than it needs for the Ute Water Pipeline project and he’s asking that city sell some of its reserves to Portales, which doesn’t have enough. Tucumcari officials have said their actions are good planning in anticipation of future growth. A recent Project: […]