Five constitutional amendments on ballot

Kevin Wilson Five constitutional amendments are up on the November ballot. Unless specifically noted in the text of the amendment, changes are effective immediately. Arguments are suggested by the state’s Legislative Council Service staff. Amendment No. 1: The proposal is to create an exemption of the state’s anti-donation clause, which bars government entities from giving […]

Blight battle: Clovis not alone in fight

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer A business wants to locate in your city. Like most businesses, it wants land cheap. In most cases that means land outside the core city. The business buys, the city expands and all parties are happy. Unless, of course, the older parts of the city get ignored in the […]

Golfers count on lucky charms

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Richard Garcia takes a swing at the third whole of Clovis Municipal Golf Course while his friends watch. The group varies in size from 2 to 14 players. By Liliana Castillo and Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico For some golfers, the game cannot go on unless they have their lucky […]

It’s time for a ‘mural’ victory

By Clyde Davis: CNJ columnist Even as I write this, unless it keeps snowing, we will be having the March meeting of Pintores, the Clovis Art League, this evening. Yes, there is such an art league, always open for new members. Stop by the Main Arteri at 311 N. Main for details. Pertinent to today’s […]