Clovis grad honored by Texas Bandmasters

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Courtesy photo Randy Vaughn, a former Clovis band member was inducted into the Texas Bandmasters hall of fame. Randy Vaughn, retired band director at Klein High School, was installed July 26, in the Texas Bandmasters Hall of Fame in ceremonies held in conjunction with the annual Convention of the Texas Bandmasters Association meeting in San […]

Prep Football Scoreboard, Sept 17

Elida 46, Vaughn 18 San Jon 53, Dora 41 Raton 38, Portales 34 Cleveland 28, Clovis 17 Farwell 33, Tucumcari 10 Dimmitt 25, Bovina 18

Sometimes, weatherman gets it right

By Grant McGee: Local columnist Did you know it takes 4 1/2 hours to get to Roswell? It does if you go by way of Fort Sumner and Vaughn. It’s not the best way to get to the Chaves County seat, but it’s the way we ended up going last Saturday. My daughter Wendy was […]

Feb. 20, 1968

Clovis school teachers voted 189-163 not to back the New Mexico Education Association Council’s decision to strike in Santa Fe. Voting was by secret ballot. … More than 250 airmen from the Air National Guard were planning to travel to Cannon Air Force Base, where they would undergo 40 days of training. … The Clovis-Portales […]

Friedrichs, Arney Vaughn

Arney Vaughn Friedrichs, 32, of Clovis, died Sunday, April 30, 2006. He was born April 21, 1974, in Clovis. He was employed at the International House of Pancakes and ENMRSH in Clovis. He was preceded in death by his father, Tony Melvin Friedrichs. Survivors include his mother, Roxa J. Friedrichs of Logan; girlfriend, Jennifer; children, […]

Weaver, May

May Weaver, 93, of Clovis died Friday, March 24, 2006, at Farwell Convalescent Center in Farwell. She was born Jan. 12, 1913, in Weston, Mo., to John and Florence Lober. Her family homesteaded in Vaughn in 1907. Before she was born, the family traveled back to Weston, Mo. She grew up and graduated from school […]

Lady Cats, Mayfield set to meet again

By Eric Kluth: CNJ correspondent RIO RANCHO — The Clovis and Mayfield girls basketball teams have only met twice the last two years — both times in The Pit for the Class 5A state championship. This season, the squads scheduled a regular-season meeting. But before that takes place, the Lady Wildcats and Lady Trojans will […]

Pinson, Victoria “Vicky”

Victoria “Vicky” Pinson, 68, of Vaughn died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis following an illness. She was born April 26, 1937, to the home of Cleofes and Elvira Duran Rael. She attended schools in Vaughn. She worked as a cook for the various restaurants in Vaughn for several years. […]

11/11 Public Record

The following marriages licenses were compiled from court records from Nov. 2 to Nov. 9: • Joseph Michail Ramos, 24, to Carlene Michele Tucker, 18, both of Clovis • Ulyssess Artez Cooper, 32, to Leslie Elizabeth Martinez, 19, both of Clovis • Brandon Alan Waltz, 24, of Clovis to Jeanine Kay Mackey, 30, of Panhandle, […]

Cars leave tracks on memory lane

Grant McGee: Local Columnist There was some show on public TV the other night; some in-depth news thing about high crimes and misdemeanors in Peru. In one of the shots of the Peruvian Palacio de Justicia in Lima, a Bajaj motorcar zipped past. Bajaj is an Indian vehicle manufacturer. They make three-wheeled cars and scooters. […]