Allsup family honored for largess

Reporter’s Notebook 2/6 While many individuals made donations of hundreds of dollars to United Way and some people and businesses made donations in the thousands, one family made a far larger contribution and received a special award at Thursday night’s United Way annual award banquet. Lonnie and Barbara Allsup, owners of the Allsup’s chain of […]

Public Record 2/6

Compiled from court records from Jan. 29 through Feb. 4. Marriage Licenses James Reese III, 25, and Elizabeth Marie Landers, 18, both of Clovis. Robert Louis Messier, 38, and Donna Mary Jouett, 46, both of Clovis. Randy Richard Lopez, 46, and Angela Ann Lopez, 45, both of Clovis. Randall Thomas Hill, 45, and Laurie Ann […]

Police Blotter 2/6

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: A junior high assistant principal called police about 2 p.m. Jan. 27 to report a fight that had occurred between two female students, both 13 years old, just before school. School staff advised police that both students had already been suspended and […]

Cattle Markets 2/6

Clovis Livestock Auction for Wednesday February 4, 2004 Receipts: 1800 Last week: 1794 Last Year: 2595 Compared to last week: Feeder steers under 500 lbs 1.00-2.00 lower; feeder steers over 500 lbs 4.00-5.00 lower; feeder heifers 4.00-5.00 lower; slaughter cows 1.00-2.00 lower; Slaughter cows and slaughter bulls 2.00 higher. Trade moderate; demand moderate. Bulk supply […]

Clovis Man turns 75 (plus 13,000)

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Sharon Hull, a graduate student in anthropology at Eastern New Mexico University, maps a mammoth skull as she works on piecing it back together, in the foreground, Wednesday at the Blackwater Draw Site. CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth. By Michelle Seeber He lived among saber-toothed cats, hunted giant mammoths and bison and was smart enough […]

Scientists made no bones about Clovis Man evidence

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Blackwater Draw curator Joanne Dickenson points to an Agate Basin point that was found in the remains of a bison mandible in the Bison Bone Bed that dates back to the Archaic Age at the site. CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth. By Michelle Seeber Evidence of Blackwater Draw’s Clovis people was hidden for centuries before […]

Cannon wing commander leaving for Virginia

By Darrell Todd Maurina Col. Robert “Rowdy” Yates, commander of the 27th Fighter Wing at Cannon Air Force Base, has announced he will soon be leaving for Langley Air Force Base in Virginia. Langley is the headquarters of Air Combat Command, the major command of the United States Air Force that includes the 27th Fighter […]

CCC celebrates Brown v. Board

Reporter’s Notebook Clovis Community College adopted a resolution Wednesday recognizing the Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka decision. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark decision that changed the face of education in America. On May 17, 1954, the U.S. Supreme Court announced its unanimous decision that “separate educational facilities are inherently […]

Trial tabled in triple homicide

By Darrell Todd Maurina MULESHOE — The man charged with capital murder in the Oct. 10 triple slaying of his former wife and two other men had his trial postponed Wednesday morning after prosecutors said they weren’t ready to take the case to trial. Judge Gordon H. Green of the 287th District Court granted the […]

One dead in Rogers crash

PNT staff report Police are investigating an accident that left one man dead and another seriously injured after the vehicle’s driver ran a stop sign in Rogers late Tuesday night, according to officials with the New Mexico State Police. Juan Nieto, 18, of Chihuahua, Mexico, was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver, Gabriel Melendez […]