The campus will close today at 4 p.m. No classes will be held tonight and the Health and Fitness Center will not be open.
Students at Clovis’ Zia Elementary school are returning to class after a fire alarm sounded about 10:20 a.m. today.
By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A 72-year-old Clovis man suffered a broken leg in a failed attempt to fend off a robbery with a bag of turnips. Larry Porter is being treated at a Lubbock hospital after police said two men robbed him in front of his home. Porter had just exited his vehicle […]
By Randall Chase: The Associated Press WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The creditors committee in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of Freedom Communications will be allowed to seek an alternative to the company’s reorganization plan, a Delaware judge has ruled. Following a hearing Wednesday, Judge Brendan Shannon granted the committee’s request to allow its investment bankers to […]
By Karl Terry: CNJ columnist Writing has always come easy to me. Sometimes research and fact checking haven’t been as natural. A good example of that was last week’s column about animated movies. It was easy to write and came together quickly. Several people told me they enjoyed it and agreed with me. Several wrote […]
Freedom New Mexico President Barack Obama officially took personal possession of the war in Afghanistan on Tuesday night, announcing that 30,000 additional U.S. troops will be hustled into Afghanistan over the next six months. He’s hoping for another 10,000 or so from other NATO countries. The president said his first objective is not setting up […]
Hey kids … It’s time to get your letters sent to Santa if they’re going to reach the North Pole before Christmas Eve. And don’t forget to send the Clovis News Journal a copy of your letter so we can publish your requests. That’s right, we’re planning to publish the letters to Santa on Dec. […]
By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Area officials are split on whether a system of releasing jail inmates on furloughs is working properly. District Attorney Matt Chandler said his office stridently and uniformly opposes furloughs unless an inmate’s life literally depends on it. “We don’t like them. The furloughs are not coming from us… “We […]
By Curtis K. Shelburne: Local columnist My kids tell me that I’m younger now than I was when they were growing up. I think “childish” may be what they have in mind; I prefer to think in terms of “younger.” It seems to me that the transformation started sometime after my wife and I discovered […]