Editorial: Prosecutors in Stevens’ trial need sanctions

Prosecutors of ex-senator now in trouble. Good. It seems that a serendipitous confluence of unusual events is responsible for the heightened scrutiny that prosecutors who worked on the now-dismissed corruption case of former Alaska Republican Sen. Ted Stevens are receiving. Whatever the reasons, the attention is welcome, especially if it leads to more effective sanctions […]

Coaching candidate says Hounds need to win right away

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Andrew Helton is one of three finals for the job. He’s been assistant coach at Division I South Alabama the last two seasons. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Tom Izzo was never a collegiate head coach before he came to Michigan State, and he led the Spartans to a national championship. Andrew Helton doesn’t […]

Man facing multiple charges after car chase

A 24-year-old Clovis man faces multiple charges after a high-speed motor vehicle chase ended when he slammed into a parked vehicle. Among the charges Carlos Lopez faces is a second offense of aggravated DWI, leaving the scene of an accident involving great bodily harm and resisting and evading or obstructing an officer, Curry County Undersheriff […]

Clovis man convicted of child pornography possession

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Courtesy photo Willard Ballard was found guilty Wednesday of 25 counts of possession of child pornography and faces more than 37 years imprisonment. CNJ staff A 35-year-old Clovis man was convicted of 25 counts of possession of child pornography and faces more than 37 years imprisonment. Willard Ballard was found guilty Wednesday by a Curry […]

Jury Finds Clovis man guilty of 25 Counts of possession of child pornography

Matthew Chandler, Ninth Judicial District Attorney, announced today that Willard Ballard, age 35, was found guilty of twenty-five (25) counts of Possession of Sexual Exploitation of Children.

Everybody’s business: The scoop on when to incorporate

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer, Ed.D.: CNJ columnist At some point in a business’ life the question of when to change legal entities, moving from a sole proprietorship to a corporation, surfaces. There are several schools of thought on this topic. One is risk. As a sole proprietorship (a single owner business), liability is unlimited. This means […]

Curry County centennial celebration events start Saturday

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Members of the Curry County Centennial Committee met Monday at the Curry County Events Center to make final plans and to get an update on the April 18th activities. CNJ staff Curry County is set to kick off its commemoration of 100 years of history later this week, a start […]

Board of Education to meet

The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education will hold a visitation meeting at James Bickley Elementary (500 W. 14th Street). Agenda items include: • A workstudy session on strategic planning. • A requestion for permission for Gifted and Talented program students from James Bickley and Ranchvale elementary schools to travel to the Destination Imagination Global […]

Local group planning protest rally

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer A Clovis group is asking citizens to bring lunch and a voice, and they’ll provide the TEA. In following with the nationwide trend, a group that calls itself the Clovis Patriots is holding a noon forum Wednesday on Main Street. The portion of Main Street between Seventh and Eighth […]

Advisory: Rep. Luj

Tomorrow, Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Hounds rout Tigers, move into fifth in LSC

Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — Junior designated hitter Ethan Wagner hit a pair of homers, and Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team exploded for 13 runs in the last two innings of a 15-5 Lone Star Conference rout of East Central Sunday at Greyhound Field. The Greyhounds (23-22, 18-18 LSC) won the weekend series 3-1 […]

Press release: Broadway comes to Clovis

Take a memorable journey from one show-stopping song to the next when Clovis Community College and The Citizens Bank of Clovis present The Best of Broadway—The Songs of Andrew Lloyd Webber on Saturday, April 25 at 7pm in Marshall Auditorium. This concert is part of the 2008-2009 Cultural Arts Series. This special performance is a […]