CNJ Staff Residents should beware of fruit sales by persons claiming to be Future Farmers of America students from area schools. Mark Runyan, who oversees FFA at Clovis High School, said his office has received reports of fruit sales to residents in the last month. The person is claiming to be with FFA and told […]
CNJ staff Habitat for Humanity will hold a “cash and carry sale” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Bosco Hall, corner of Grand and Gamma in Clovis. The sale includes kitchen cabinets for $20, vanities for $30 and medicine cabinets for $20. Proceeds from the sale will help support Matt. 25 Hope Center, […]
By Sharna Johnson, CNJ staff writer Curry County commissioners on Tuesday voted 3-2 in favor of allowing the sale of beer and wine at the Special Events Center, reversing an earlier decision against the issue. Chairman Albin Smith provided the pivotal vote, switching his stance on the issue and joining with commissioners Bobby Sandoval and […]
Friday Case lot sale
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Ringman Dave Malcolm of Grady waits for a bidder to give him a sign during Friday’s Junior Livestock Auction at the Curry County Fair. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ Staff Writer As she walked towards the staging area, announcer Shane Hall had nothing but praise for Rosemary. “This heifer is udderly […]
By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist It’s the high season for yard sales. The Lady of the House and I prepare the night before by poring over the classifieds in the CNJ, grouping sales by opening times and neighborhoods.
A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked whether local governments should outlaw the sale, use and/or purchase of fireworks in our hot, dry conditions. Responses: • “Every year we hear of fires set by fireworks. Some are of little consequence, while others are tragic.
A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked whether local governments should outlaw the sale, use and/or purchase of fireworks in our hot, dry conditions. Responses: • “Yes fireworks should be banned except for the professional show like the one at Green Acres Park. It is frightening around my neighborhood every Fourth because it is dry […]
Saturday United Methodist Women annual rummage sale — 7 a.m.-3 p.m. 1320 W. 21st. Information: 762-3115 or 763-7450. Distribution — 9-11 a.m. sign-in. Matt 25 Hope Center, 1200 N. Thornton St., Food and clothing distribution. Information: 763-4400. Christian Concert — 2 p.m. Hillcrest Park. Raffle for $300 worth of gas, games for children, food, and […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Stephanie Lopez of Raton looks at a chess set at the Hubbyâ€™s garage sale. Lopez stopped at the garage sale while visiting her daughter in Clovis. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer When Joannie Spear goes to a garage sale, she’s mostly looking for resale value. She never thought she’d […]
Glenda Price Duke has a fancy schmancy AQHA name, but Bobby calls him Duke “because John Wayne would’ve liked him just as much as I do,” he says. Bobby and Duke hit it off the first time they met. The usual “horse breaking” activities were not necessary. “I pretty much just got on him and […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Bob Snipes shows Juana Gonzalez some of the kitchen accessories Friday on the many shelves of his garage sale on Pile Street. Snipes and Gonzalez have been friends for ten years, Gonzalez said, and she always stops by to see what Snipes is selling. Snipes said he has the garage […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Shelby Mayfield, 8, rides a bicksin gelding Saturday that her father brought to the Clovis Horse Sale to sell. Sylvester Mayfield said Shelby has been riding horses since she was a baby. Mayfield didn’t take the bid of $5,800 because he said the horse was worth closer to $7,000.
It’s New Year’s Day, which means sales, sales and more sales. Now is the time to find leather jackets and cashmere sweaters marked down 50 percent or more. Almost all stores have their winter apparel on sale to make room for their spring fashion lines. So, stock up on basic pieces for next season.
By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant The Trinity United Methodist Church’s Womens Group will be holding its annual Fall Bake, Craft and Rummage Sale from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday. The sale will be held in the multi-purpose room of the church, which is located at 1320 W. 21st St. Proceeds of the sale […]
Halloween costumes such as Raggedy Ann, Bozo and Spiderman were on sale at Kmart for $1.33. … Linda Crowl, Clovis High School student, was the winner of a writing contest sponsored by The National Council of Teachers of English. … A two-story home at 1307 Sheldon St. could be purchased through Lariat Realty for $17,000.
Freedom Newspapers Abengoa Bioenergy, of St. Louis announced Thursday that it intends to sell its Portales plant, according to plant officials. The global company acquired the Portales facility in 2002 and has since that time increased production capacity to approximately 27 million gallons per year, according to a story online in the Cherry Creek News […]
An estimated 1,500 to 2,000 people gathered at Hillcrest Park for an “Old Timers Reunion” in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Mabry. … Montgomery Ward sold denim blue jeans for $3.49 a pair. … A Clovis News-Journal classified advertisement listed a home at 1516 Wallace for sale for $15,000.
CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Junior Livestock Sale exhibitor Brian Blackburn shows off his grand champion steer “Uncle Ethan” to bidders Friday at the Curry County Junior Livestock Sale. The steer sold for about $7,300. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Chelsea Henrich, 16, mustered all her strength to control a steer more than 10 […]