The Albuquerque Journal Every few years, it seems, there is a move in the Legislature to get various criminal records expunged. In 2007, it was sold as a way to protect victims of identity theft who were wrongly arrested. In fact it went much further, allowing for the removal of any reference to a misdemeanor […]
Robin Fornoff Freedom Communications has agreed to sell the Clovis News Journal, Portales News-Tribune, Quay County Sun and their affiliated publications to Clovis Media Inc., Publisher Ray Sullivan told newspaper employees Tuesday afternoon. All 60 full-time and two part-time associates will retain their jobs in ownership transition, expected to take place before the end of […]
FNM correspondent: Jillian Holbert Peanuts, jewelry, clothes, candles and purses were available at Saturday’s Peanut Valley Festival in Portales. Jillian Holbert The 38th annual Peanut Valley Festival held something for all who attended Saturday. The festival was held at Eastern New Mexico University’s Campus Union Building. Upstairs in the Ballroom, vendors sold fudge, holiday decorations, […]
CNJ staff New Mexico American Water will be sold to a Canadian utility company in an estimated $470 million deal, the company announced Monday in a press release. In the agreement, EPCOR Water (USA) Inc. would purchase companies providing water and wastewater services in Arizona and New Mexico, according to the press release. American Water, […]
New Mexico American Water will be sold to a Canadian utility company in an estimated $470 million deal. In the agreement, EPCOR Water (USA) Inc. would purchase companies providing water and wastewater services in Arizona and New Mexico, according to a Monday press release from NMAW. American Water, which stands to make a $20 million […]
January 24, 2011 – American Water Works Company, Inc. (NYSE: AWK), the largest investor-owned U.S. water and wastewater utility company, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with EPCOR Water (USA) Inc. (“EPCOR USA”) to sell 100 percent of the stock of its companies that provide regulated water and wastewater services located in […]
By Ruth Burns: PNT correspondent When the Winfreys sold the H-Bar Ranch to Jim Newman and Tom Trammell in 1897, Newman asked his cousin (my grandfather), R. L. “Bob” Wood, to take over the ranch as foreman. Bob had come with Newman to the DZ Ranch near the present town of Arch in 1882 and […]
CNJ staff Sold out for the fifth year in a row, the Milk Lover’s Ball will take place Saturday night in Clovis. Michelle Heavyside, President of the United Dairy Women, said the ball is a fundraiser to help three local children’s homes. More than 500 tickets have been sold, she said. In it’s fifth year, […]
Cookbooks being sold Women of the Church of God Anderson are selling cookbooks to raise money for the group’s activities. The money will fund activities, missions and Christmas baskets for the underprivileged. Paula Stevens with the group said the cookbooks are made up of local recipes from Portales, Melrose, Clovis and Friona. The cookbooks are […]
Freedom New Mexico Women of the Church of God-Anderson are selling cookbooks to raise money for the group’s activities. The money will fund activities, missions and Christmas baskets for the underprivileged. Paula Stevens with the group said cookbooks are made up of local recipes from Portales, Melrose, Clovis and Friona. They are $12 and can […]
By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: CNJ business columnist In order to make good management decisions, the usage and regular review of monthly financial statements are necessary tasks. The two basic financial statements are the balance sheet and the profit and loss (income) statement. The profit and loss statement is the focus for this article. The income statement […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Pat McDaniel presented the Pink Ladies Women’s Auxilary with a plaque commemorating Margaret Jones and the scholarship the women’s auxiliary will establish in her name at the organization’s annual banquet Tuesday at the Clovis Civic Center. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Anyone who knew Margaret Jones knew she was […]
Name: All About Braces Location: 1423 N. Main What they do: They carry and sell durable medical equipment, which includes bracing, diabetic shoes, mastectomy prosthesis and bras. They also sell compression garments and stockings that are sold off the shelf or custom made. The business also sells wheelchairs, canes and walkers. Who’s in charge: Carol […]
Clovis National Bank, First National Bank and Citizens Bank of Clovis advised readers to keep an eye on their account balances because many merchants were complaining to the banks about having their checks turned down with notations of “Insufficient funds.” … A.S. Beck returned from a visit to Chillicothe, Texas, were he visited on business. […]
W.C. Estes returned from Santa Fe, where he went to a meeting of the board of directors of the New Mexico Automobile Club. … City commissioners made plans to pave the streets of Clovis. … The City Drug Co. sold the “Eugene Wave” hair permanent for women.
Freedom New Mexico Both the Portales Fire Department and the Portales Police Department will host the Guns and Hoses Cancer Benefit Softball game on Saturday, beginning at 3 p.m. at the Softball Complex. Drinks and hot dogs will be available. Raffle tickets are also being sold for a 37” TV. Tickets are $10 each or […]
Advance elements of the Cannon-based “Black Falcons” returned to their home base from a deployment to Turkey. … The Clovis News-Journal reported that President Kennedy summoned top congressional leaders back to Washington and planned to make a nationwide television report because of an “International situation of the highest security.” … Rex Sporting Goods, 308 Main, […]
Roy Connally of Portales purchased the Clovis Motor Company. … The Kiwanis Club was offering a cash prize for the most courteous clerk in Clovis in honor of courtesy month. … R.H. Crook sold apples for 90 cents per box.
J.R. Walker Market, located on Main Street, sold fresh and cured meats. … The Clovis Journal reported about 800 pupils attended the city’s schools. … John Boykin, nephew of S.J. Boykin of Clovis, was visiting from Mara Vias.
City commissioners approved an ordinance levying a tax of 1 cent per gallon on all gasoline sold at retail stores in Clovis. … Dr. V. Scott Johnson, who had practiced medicine in Farwell for 15 years, opened an office at 419 Mitchell in Clovis. …Guthals Produce Co. at 200 E. 1st St., sold a variety […]