In memory of Prothro

A memorial tree planting in honor of George Prothro is scheduled for 9 a.m. Wednesday on the front lawn of Clovis Community College.

Racing Commission sets Wednesday meeting

The New Mexico Racing Commission is scheduled to meet on Wednesday morning in Santa Fe.

Technical issues delay FNM newscast

CNJ staff The premiere of a five-minute television news and weather segment produced in part by Freedom New Mexico is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning. KVII-TV in Amarillo is scheduled to air the eastern New Mexico news report each Monday through Friday, beginning at 7:25 a.m. Monday’s first segment was delayed by technical issues. The […]

Youth slow-pitch nationals set here

CNJ staff Forty-six teams in nine divisions are scheduled to participate in the 2008 USSSA Youth Slow-pitch national championship tournament this weekend at Guy Leeder Complex. The tournament is scheduled to begin tonight, with opening cereomies set for 6 p.m. Three games will be played on each of four fields, beginning at 7:30 p.m. The […]

June 29, 2008 Cops and Courts

CNJ staff A 48-year-old Clovis man charged with 143 counts of child molestation is scheduled to stand trial in September, according to court records. Larry Hatcher’s three-day jury trial is scheduled to begin Sept. 29, records show. Hatcher is accused of forcing a now-teenage girl to have sexual relations with him over the course of […]

Zimbabwe’s shift to violence tragic backslide

Freedom New Mexico In announcing he has decided not to participate in the presidential runoff election scheduled for today, opposition Zimbabwean candidate Morgan Tsvangirai lamented that sitting President Robert Mugabe’s supporters had replaced the ballot with the bullet. He was right. Since Tsvangirai defeated Mugabe in the first round on March 29 — 48-43 in […]

Public hearing canceled

A public hearing regarding a burn ban ordinance in Curry County scheduled for Friday is canceled, according to Curry County Manager Lance Pyle. The county has decided not to pursue the ordinance.

June 6, 2008 Religion Digest

New church has choir openings The leaders of Redeeming Love Christian Fellowship Church, a new church tentatively scheduled to open July 20 in Clovis, are searching for singers to join the church’s choir ministry. The choir will be led by the Rev. Nathaniel Black, who has served as minister of music at several churches in […]

Oasis’ summer program begins Saturday

Oasis State Park near Portales has started its summer programs and has something scheduled for each weekend through the summer.

Candidate forum to be held

CNJ staff Candidates for the June 3 primaries have been invited to a Tuesday forum at the KTQM/KWKA building south of Clovis. The forum is scheduled for 6 p.m. and is scheduled for a two-hour broadcast on KTQM 99.9 FM and KWKA 680 AM. Advance questions can be sent to ktqm@plateautel.net, and listeners can phone […]

Mommy Guilt, Anyone?

By Anita Doberman I recently made plans to go see a movie with a friend and scheduled a babysitter to watch my five children for a couple of hours. When the time to leave came, I felt terrible because all the kids were crying and seemed so unhappy to see mommy leave.

Chuck wagon cook-off scheduled for Saturday

k0a01x-53chuckjudge1.jpg

Freedom New Mexico: Tony Bullocks Eddie Sandoval of Fort Worth, Texas, one of two judges at the chuck wagon competition, judges the Calk & Clark wagon from El Paso, Texas for the “Duke of the Dutch Oven” Chuck Wagon Cook-off. By Keely McDowell: Freedom New Mexico In teaching tradition, a retired educator is hoping to […]

DWI check point scheduled for Saturday

Dual credit classes meeting canceled

CNJ staff A meeting on dual credit classes for parents of Clovis High junior class students scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Clovis High School Lecture Hall has been canceled due to the weather, according to a Clovis Municipal Schools press release. The release did not indicate if the class would be rescheduled. Information: […]

Sept. 22, 1928

The Clovis News reported that a person had been working in the vicinity of Clovis picking pieces of metal off the highways and had collected 280 pounds from Clovis to Portales. … Pickwick Stages offered round trip fare to San Diego or Los Angeles for $54. … Sen. Joe Robinson, Democratic vice-president nominee, was scheduled […]

Reid set for U.S. Amateur

CNJ staff Clovis’ Travis Reid is scheduled to compete in the U.S. Amateur golf tournament, which begins on Monday at the Junior Olympic Club in San Francisco. Reid, who graduated from Clovis High in 2005 and will be a junior this fall at New Mexico State, qualified for the event by winning a sectional tournament […]

July 17, 1947

Louise Massey, NBC singing star, was scheduled to be in Clovis as one of the features for the Western Music Jamboree. … Nearly 200 people were scheduled to attend the Chamber of Commerce dinner at the Hotel Clovis ballroom. … The Clovis Pioneers baseball team was defeated by the Pampa (Texas) Oilers, 7-4, at Bell […]

July 11, 1954

Officials said $19 million of $837 million federal dollars were scheduled to be spent in New Mexico as part of a military public works authorization bill. Of the $19 million, $2.75 million was scheduled to be spent at the Clovis Air Force Base for construction. … Twin Cronies specials included four hamburgers for 98 cents. […]

Custom Classic draws 50 teams

CNJ staff The sixth annual Lil Custom youth softball tournament is slated for this weekend at Guy Leeder Complex, with 50 teams in 10 divisions scheduled to compete. Play begins at 8 a.m. Saturday, with the final games scheduled for 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tournament co-director Roger Jackson said the field is considerably larger than […]

Optimists ready for fishing derby

CNJ staff The 20th annual “Get Hooked on Fishing” youth fishing derby, sponsored by the Optimist Club of Clovis, is scheduled for Saturay at the back lake in Ned Houk Park. Derby director Jeff Baum said 100-125 youngsters from ages 3-16 are expected to participate. They are broken into seven age groups, in two-year increments. […]