Time to leave behind spiteful behavior

Clovis Media Inc. Enough already. In the last three months, a lot of us have expressed views — sometimes even boos — about former Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield and new-old Mayor David Lansford; the evils of socialism and conspiracy theories; federal funding needs and city government priorities; and the nation’s opinion of Clovis versus who […]

Education column: Program nurtures future teachers

Last week I had occasion to spend time in Lisa Jo McCasland’s family and consumer science classroom at Clovis High School, talking with one of her students. McCasland and six of her students recently returned from Baltimore, Md., where they attended the 23rd annual National Conference of Future Educators Association. The students accompanying McCasland were […]

What’s happening — March 14

Today Toddler Time story hour — 10 a.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library. Information: 769-7840 Ethics training — 9:30 a.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library. Information: 769-7840 Planning and Zoning Commission meeting — 3 p.m., 321 Connelly. Information: 769-7828 Thursday Pre-school story hour — 10 a.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library. Information: 769-7840 Basic computer skills workshop — 9 a.m. to […]

Views mixed on daylight saving time

Christina Calloway Usually we have no problem “falling back” but when it comes to “springing ahead,” daylight saving time can be an inconvenience, and residents and businesses in eastern New Mexico are preparing for the time change. Some residents are embracing the extra hour of daylight while others wish we were more like our neighbors […]

Tuesday morning briefing: Show time and a tax scam

Good morning, and welcome to the Clovis Media, Inc. Tuesday morning briefing. And Bingo was the show … oh: The Clovis Community College Cultural Arts Series is bringing “The Queen of Bingo,” hailed as a play in the style of “The Carol Burnett Show.” The show is 7 p.m. March 21 at Marshall Auditorium. Tickets […]

Engagements —

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May-Guthals Daniel and Crystal May of Clovis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kaylamarie May of Clovis, to Ean Guthals of Clovis, son of Bryan and Deirdre Guthals of Clovis. The couple will exchange vows at 3 p.m. on June 29, 2012, at Central Baptist Church in Clovis. A reception will be […]

Police investigating possible drive-by shooting

CMI staff At least seven shots were apparently fired at a house in the 1100 block of West 12th Street about 8:30 p.m. Thursday in what police are calling a drive-by shooting. No one was injured in the shooting and no suspects have been arrested, according to police reports. Reports indicate no one was in […]

Tucumcari officer charged with breaking and entering

CMI staff An off-duty Tucumcari police officer charged with breaking and entering and criminal damage to property surrendered Monday to New Mexico State Police in Tucumcari, said State Police Lt. Lance Bateman. Bateman said Pete Vargas, 32, was taken into custody at 1:30 p.m. at the Quay County Magistrate Court. Bateman said Vargas was processed […]

County wasted tax money on investigation

Most of us have disputes at work at one time or another. Sometimes employees complain about the boss — and vice versa. These issues are usually resolved when the adversaries sit down and talk. Or maybe staff meetings are held and policies are reviewed and changed. In some cases, there’s no way to work things […]

Thursday morning briefing: Game time and the Wienermobile

Good morning and welcome to the Thursday briefing. Game time It’s 42 Play Night 6 p.m. Friday at Wheatfields Senior Living Community, 4701 N. Prince St. It’s a game of dominoes open to anyone. Admission is free. Information: 762-8700. Fun for kids A couple of things for kids today at the Portales Public Library: Teen […]