You may have noticed the reader-submitted video about Skippy the cat being lost has been removed from our Clovis News Journal Web site. That’s because Skippy has been found. Owner Clair Zarges tell us she was located four doors down in a neighbor’s yard. “Skippy climbed a woodpile against a fence and hopped over into […]
Does Clovis need an assistant city manager? Mayor Gayla Brumfield talks about the issue with Clovis News Journal videographer Tony Bullocks.
In case you missed it:
Portales’ Vern Witten brought us some old news with a new perspective the other day.
You’ve seen the warning: “Red flag conditions.”
The Roosevelt County community of Pep will host a pony express run on July 5.
In case you missed it: A fire last month destroyed a historic caf
The weekend drownings of Clovis’ Tyler Fontenot and Farwell’s Joe Haseloff were the first in almost four years at Lake Brownwood, according to the Abilene Reporter News.
Friday is the deadline to nominate an outstanding education graduate for Eastern New Mexico University’s Hall of Honors.
The city of Portales will honor Joe Blair for his service to the community at 6 p.m. on Tuesday at the Memorial Building.
Coming Sunday: Did you know a Clovis native was once a big part of the Pixar animation studio?
Entertainer Jimmy Dean and his wife Donna recently donated $1 million to Wayland Baptist University’s Second Century Campaign.
Adam G. Bass, a media field strategist with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) organization in Los Angeles, has been reading our stories on the Clovis yearbook controversy.
Several readers noticed that Tuesday’s papers in Clovis and Portales had only one page of comics. Since we don’t publish on Mondays, we’d been publishing Monday and Tuesday comics in the Tuesday paper … until this week.
The Buck Ramsey Heritage Award will be given Sept. 20 at the annual Nara Visa Cowboy Gathering. It goes to an individual, family or ranch that reflects the spirit of the West.
Oasis State Park near Portales has started its summer programs and has something scheduled for each weekend through the summer.
The Roosevelt County Extension Office will host a seminar on Africanized bees — so-called killer bees – on Thursday at Jake Lopez Community Center on the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds.
Five Baylor University students are scheduled to bike into Clovis today promoting suicide prevention. They’ll be in Fort Sumner on Saturday.