McGee: That new-fangled 21st century work ethic

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist Did we waste our time back in the 20th century having a work ethic? You know, being on time for a job, finishing a job, stuff like that. It seems there’s a new way of doing things here in the 21st century. This came to mind when I ran into […]

Construction to begin on 21st Street

CNJ staff The city of Clovis will begin construction on 21st Street between Prince Street and Norris Street today. The project is estimated to take eight to 12 weeks, according to City Engineer Justin Howalt. There will be lane closures during the period and drivers are being cautioned to seek alternate routes. The project will […]

Overpass, 21st Street improvements on public works agenda

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Committee merging, updates on the Hull Street Overpass and improvements to 21st Street during Wednesday’s Public Works Committee meeting. Also the agenda for the 8:30 a.m. meeting at City Hall includes a request to present comments on the city’s trial program with polycarts for sanitation instead of dumpsters. The […]

Bovina man dies in two-car collision

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Law enforcement works on the scene following a crash at the intersection of 21st Street and Sugarbeet Road. Don Teague, 74, of Bovina, was pronounced dead at the scene. Three others were transported to area hospitals. CNJ staff A Bovina man died in a two-car collision Saturday at Sugar Beet […]

Governor candidate scheduled to speak

CNJ staff Allen Weh, candidate for New Mexico governor, is scheduled to speak to the High Plains Patriots Club from 7-8 p.m. today in the Masters Centre Conference Room at 801 E. 21st St. in Clovis. The event is open to the public.

Job fair set for Saturday

The Java Loft at 21st and Prince streets will play host Saturday to a job fair. Brad Gonzales, a NewsChannel 10 representative stationed in Clovis, said the job fair is a tie-in with the network’s affiliation with amarillojobspot.com. It is

Public Education Department joins forces with Oracle Academy to prepare rural students for 21st century careers

Santa Fe, NM – The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has joined forces with the Oracle Academy, Eastern New Mexico University – Roswell, and General Communication, Inc. (GCI) to launch an innovative distance learning program that will help rural New Mexico students develop the technology and business skills needed for 21st century careers. “This […]

Public Works director: Prince Street construction ahead of schedule

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Jimmy Vela of Nick Griego & Sons Contruction smooths out a driveway approach Monday on Prince St. The driveway is being replaced as part of the ongoing Prince Street construction project. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Business owners that lie within a construction corridor on Prince Street appear to be taking the chaos in […]

Pizza Hut robbed Sunday night

CNJ staff Clovis police are investigating an armed robbery Sunday night at the Pizza Hut on 21st Street. According to a CPD press release: • Just before midnight after the restaurant had closed, an employee was confronted outside by a male with a bandana over his mouth holding a small rifle-type gun. • The suspect […]

Aug. 1, 2008 Police Blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 1 a.m. July 23 an officer on patrol on West 21st Street stopped to talk with two male subjects he saw walking. When the officer approached, one of the males started running away and the officer saw him throw a bag […]