Teal, Eva

Eva Loree Teal, 88, of Odessa, Texas, died Monday, June 28, 2004, at Blue Bonnet Nursing Home in Albany, Texas. She was born on March 24, 1916, in Comanche, Texas, to George C. and Elizabeth Gleaton Anderson. She was raised in Comanche, Weatherford and Littlefield, Texas, and in Springer. She married Julius Crofton Teal on […]

Teal, Julius Crofton

Julius Crofton Teal Services: Have been held. Julius Crofton Teal, 85, of Odessa, Texas, died Monday, March 8, 2004, in Yuma, Ariz. He was born on Aug. 29, 1918, in Comanche, Texas, to Jess and Ada Dyson Teal. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in the United States Navy from Sept. […]

Hill, Dorothy Lofton

Dorothy Lofton Hill Services: Have been held. Dorothy Lofton Hill, 76, of Wichita, Kan., died Sunday, June 27, 2004. She was born on Nov. 12, 1927, in Hollene. She was raised in Clovis and graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, Ark., with a degree in recreational education. She was preceded in death […]

Hamilton, Joe

Joe Hamilton Services: Have been held. Mr. Joe Hamilton, 75, of Clovis, died Friday, June 25, 2004, at Farwell Convalescent Center. He was born on Aug. 21, 1928, in Altus, Oklahoma to Houston and Vera Hamilton. He moved to Brownfield, Texas when he was less than a year old. He graduated from Brownfield High School […]

Stabbing suspect says he acted in self defense

By Mike Linn, CNJ news editor A Clovis man accused of stabbing an acquaintance to death Monday afternoon told police in interviews he was acting in self defense, a detective with the Clovis Police Department said. Joel Cordova, 24, of Clovis, is being held at the Curry County Adult Detention Center on an open count […]

Clovis schools, Boy Scouts partnering again

By Ryan Lengerich, CNJ staff writer Four schools will continue to use a supplemental academic program thanks to donations from two local companies. Boy Scout District Executive Director Scott Kilian told the Clovis school board on Tuesday he has secured $15,000 in funding for a character-building program owned by the Scouts. “Learning for Life,” is […]

Task force tackling water shortage issues

By Darrell Todd Maurina, CNJ staff writer Responding to drought conditions that have reached emergency levels in some parts of New Mexico, an interim committee of the State Legislature is holding two days of meetings in Clovis to discuss water supply concerns. Tuesday’s first session of the Water and Natural Resources Committee met at Clovis […]

SWL suspends operations for another year

CNJ STAFF The Southwestern League, a Class A independent minor league baseball circuit which suspended operations for this summer hoping to field at least six to eight teams in 2005, won’t resume its operations now for at least another year. League president Bob Lipp said the league has only about four teams ready to go […]

Hounds set camp for youth

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Eastern New Mexico University senior quarterback Steven Hinson, shown last fall in a game against Angelo State, is one of several Greyhounds football players scheduled to take part in a free camp for area youth in Portales on Aug. 9. CNJ file photo By Dave Wagner With the start of football practice just around the […]

City’s annual budget to include major capital projects

By Darrell Todd Maurina: CNJ Staff Writer Clovis city commissioners voted Tuesday night to approve a $53.9 million budget for the 2004-05 fiscal year. Tuesday’s meeting took less than 10 minutes since most of the discussion took place in a July 20 daytime budget hearing, commissioners said. The revised budget adopted Tuesday by the commission […]