Many mills make up Worley’s story

By Don McAlavy: CNJ columnist Clarence Worley came to Logan in 1929, bringing a cotton gin from Stillwell, Okla. The Worley family lived in Logan until 1934, when Clarence moved them to Portales to build another cotton gin, one in Dora, and another in Causey. Later his brother, Olan Worley, and his father Arthur Worley, […]

Proactive law enforcement key for office

By Matt Murray: Guest columnist Thanks to all of you for the kindness that you’ve shown me and others involved in the “Matt Murray for sheriff” campaign. In 1976, as a 19-year-old, I was sworn in as a police officer by one of my heroes; his name was Clovis Police Chief Nelson Worley. It was […]

Sudderth, Corbin

Corbin Sudderth Services: Have been held. Corbin Alan Sudderth, 2, of Abilene, Texas, died Friday, June 10, 2005, in a Fort Worth, Texas, hospital. He was born on Dec. 12, 2002, in Abilene, Texas, to Richard Dean Sudderth and Shawna Chick. Survivors are his parents; a brother, Richard Damon Sudderth; two sisters, Megan Chick and […]

Regenhardt, Thelma

Services: Have been held. Dora Natalie Olmsted, 77, of Powell, Wyo., died Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at her home. She was born on April 2, 1927, near Mesa to Robert H. and Goldie V. Porter Elliott. She married Gene Olmsted on March 25, 1960, in Powell, Wyo. She was an accomplished seamstress and quilter and […]

Retired police chief touched lives

By Michelle Seeber Nelson Worley was clever when it came to tracking down crime suspects. Once, police were chasing a man on foot when Worley circled around in his car, rolled the window down and said, “Hey, buddy, you need some help?” The guy jumped in the car — and Worley handcuffed him. So the […]