First person: Keeping connected

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Courtesy photo: Bob Morgan Jeff Moore retired earlier this month following 35 years with ENMR-Plateau. He left as chief operating officer of the cooperative’s wireline division. When Jeff Moore first moved to Clovis in 1964, it was just a few months before he started selling newspapers along Main Street as a part-time job. Nearly half […]

Officials: Bank consolidation should mean job gain

CNJ staff Officials for US Bank said their plan to consolidate two branches in Clovis should result in a small gain of jobs. Following the close of business July 15, the branch located at 801 Pile Street will close. On July 18, services will resume at the bank’s location at 2501 N. Prince Street. US […]

United Blood Services holding blood drive

CNJ staff United Blood Services is holding a blood drive 10 a.m.-2:15 p.m. Saturday at 21st Street Church of Christ. All donors will be registered in a drawing for a gas grill, cover and utensils. For an appointment, visit bloodhero.com or call 800-333-6920. Walk-ins are also welcome.

Easter happenings

The following is a listing of Good Friday and Easter services at area churches: Clovis churches • Victory Life Church — 10 a.m., Sunday • Central Baptist — 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to noon, Sunday. No Sunday School. Guest singer Adam Paul Williams to sing with choir and perform and concert […]

Easter church services

The following is a listing of Good Friday and Easter services at area churches: Clovis churches Victory Life Church — 10 a.m., Sunday Central Baptist — 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. to noon, Sunday. No Sunday School. Guest singer Adam Paul Williams to sing with choir and perform and concert at 6 […]

Everybody’s Business: Watching for new markets key to success

Business owners should always keep an eye on new markets. The federal, state, and local governments are markets that may be overlooked. Government entities have a need for products and services that small businesses provide. There are several methods government entities use to purchase products and services; including the use of solicitations for individual jobs/bids, […]

Banking regulations may alter fees, services for customers

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CNJ illustration: Sharna Johnson New federal bank regulations designed to cap fees to merchants could mean new or increased fees to consumers. Sharna Johnson Alterations to rubber check forgiveness and free checking are just some of the ways new banking regulations may impact consumers, as the federal government works to curb bank fees. “I think […]

Pregnancy center holding fundraising banquet

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Pregnancy Resource Center volunteer Coleen Pierce and executive director Janet Birkey talk Tuesday about how furniture in the clients room should be situated at the center’s new offices on Main and Seventh Streets. Liliana Castillo The Pregnancy Resource Center offers an array of services for free. To do that, the […]

More businesses donate toward Lighthouse homeless shelter

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Lighthouse Mission Executive Director Richard Gomez said workers are expected to break ground on a new homeless shelter sometime in the next week. Sharna Johnson Businesses and contractors continue to step forward and donate their services, bringing the Lighthouse Mission’s new homeless shelter closer to being a reality. Executive Director […]

Firm contracted for Tres Amigas management services

CNJ staff Tres Amigas, the electric power transmission company planning to build a superstation near Clovis, has given global consulting, design and construction firm CH2M Hill a contract to provide program management services, according to a news release. The Tres Amigas superstation is expected to tie together America’s three power grids for the first time […]