Our people: A clean sweep

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Liliana Castillo: Freedom New Mexico CMS custodian Lois Bunting enjoys her job because she can touch children’s lives. Clovis resident Lois Bunting has worked for Clovis Municipal Schools as a custodian for 22 years. Bunting and her husband Woody Bunting moved to Clovis in 1985 when he received orders to Cannon Air Force Base and […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Kindness keeps couple going

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Courtesy photo By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer BROTHERS-IN-LAW Woody Wood and Larry Herring tease each other that they are now related by blood. Wood, 73, of Clovis lost a kidney to cancer and Herring, of Michigan, donated his when Wood’s remaining kidney began to fail. Wood continues to face health issues, including having had […]

March 17, 1948

Anthony’s was selling bedspreads for $5 and lace tablecloths for $2. … Five men were fined $25 each for drinking in public. Another man was fined $25 for wife beating, the Clovis News-Journal reported. … Woody Electric Co. at 117 W. Grand was offering free 10-day home demonstrations on radio-phonographs.

March 17, 1948

Anthony’s was selling bedspreads for $5 and lace tablecloths for $2. … Five men were fined $25 each for drinking in public. Another man was fined $25 for wife beating, the Clovis News-Journal reported. … Woody Electric Co. at 117 W. Grand was offering free 10-day home demonstrations on radio-phonographs.

Scouts taught more than survival skills

By Grant McGee: Local columnist The folks who run the Boy Scouts of America in the Clovis area are having a recruiting drive. Just hearing about the Boy Scouts brought back all kinds of good memories. I was in Troop 62 in a city back east. I don’t think it was a typical Boy Scout […]

Guns have place, but not at my place

By Grant McGee I was kicking back in Elida with my good friend Kent, bard of the Pecos. We were having iced tea, talking about his return to this small outpost of Roosevelt County. During a lull in the conversation, my mind wandered to the rifle by the door. There weren’t any firearms in my […]

Woody, Pearl

Pearl Woody Services: Have been held. Pearl O. Woody, 93, of Amarillo, died Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2005, at her home. She was born in 1912, in Santa Anna, Texas, to Robert E. and Effie Mae McDonald. She attended Ranchville School. She married Byron W. Woody on Dec. 20, 1934, in Deaf Smith County, Texas. She […]