Oct. 28, 1978

At a meeting of Clovis city commissioners, a new city ordinance gave the municipal judge authority to require litterbugs to pick up litter. … Sirloin Stockade, 2018 Mabry Drive, guaranteed a lunch in 10 minutes or it was free. … Clovis High School basketball coach Jimmy Joe Robinson was one of five guest speakers at […]

‘How bad can it be?’ invites trouble

By Grant McGee: Local columnist My friend Robyne Beaubien heard The Lady of the House and I were heading up to Amarillo. “Don’t take I-27,” Robyne said. “They’re repaving it and it’s a mess.” She suggested we take an alternate route. The day came for our trip and we headed up the road. As we […]

9-23 Engagements

Adams-Williams Jim and Donna Adams of Amarillo, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lori Adams of Amarillo, to Ryan Williams, of Amarillo. He is the son of Brad and Jan Williams of Clovis. The couple will exchange vows Oct. 13, 2007, at The Wedding Chapel in Amarillo. The reception will follow the […]

Letters to the Editor: Global warming poses heated threat

I have to respond to Brett Johnson’s column, “Take doomsayers with grain of dust” from April 15. Yes, I did know snow was expected on March 30 (and ice and snow on more recent weekends.) Our local weather forecasters keep me well informed and I appreciate their efforts. As for Johnson’s warning of doomsayers, I […]

CHS TRACK: Robles wins two events

CNJ staff AMARILLO — Clovis High junior Manuel Robles accounted for all but two of the Wildcats’ 24 points with wins in triple jump (45-10) and high jump (6-6) in the Amarillo Relays on Saturday. The Cats finished eighth out of 16 teams, while Clovis’ girls were seventh out of 20 schools with 36 points. […]

FBI: Girl held in local home

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Graham Staff and wire reports The man who kidnapped a 10-year-old Oklahoma girl last month is believed to have held her overnight at a Clovis residence before releasing her at a city convenience store, authorities said Tuesday. Marissa Graham of Texhoma, Okla., was recovered safely Jan. 19, but her abductor remains at large. The FBI […]

Panhandle town bears charm of yesteryear

Filled with history that dates back to the 1800s, Pampa, Texas, has a wide variety of activities and attractions for visitors to experience. Located in the Texas Panhandle, northeast of Amarillo, Pampa is home to industries that include oil and gas, cattle and railroad. High school sports are also an integral part of the community, […]

Weary Cats prevail

CNJ staff AMARILLO — Despite feeling the effects of playing their sixth game in 11 days, the Clovis Wildcats had enough energy left to hold off Amarillo High 61-49 Tuesday in a back-and-forth contest. The Cats piled it on in the third quarter and shut Amarillo down with excellent defense, Clovis coach J.D. Isler said. […]

Amarillo High tops CHS

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Clovis High’s Jasmine McDonald and Amarillo High’s Joni Unruh, left, jump for the tip off at Rock Staubus Gym on Tuesday, By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The good news for the Clovis High girls basketball team is that it may not see a better team this season than Amarillo High. It took them a […]

Cats survive Sandies scare

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Clovis High’s Layne Strebeck posts up on Amarillo High’s Jonathan Ries, right, in Tuesday’s boys match up at Rock Staubus Gym. Clovis defeated the Sandies 66-52. By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent Based on how Clovis High started out against Amarillo High on Tuesday, a 66-52 win for the Wildcats might sound about right. But after […]

CHS BASKETBALL: Clovis home at last

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Clovis sophomore Antiesha Brown, left, goes against senior guard Britni Montague in practice Monday at the Rock Staubus Gym. Clovis coach Miles Watters said Amarillo has a strong inside-outisde game. (CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks) By Greg Price: CNJ sports writer Coming off solid performances in three-day tournaments, Clovis hosts Amarillo in a boys-girls basketball […]

Oct. 20, 2006 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Oct. 12 through Wednesday: • Cody Bryce Hunter, 19, to Brittany Elaine Myers, 20, both of Clovis • John Douglas Wood, 55, of Broadview to Becky Lynn Tidwell, 53, of Clovis • George Nelson Burger, 30, to Susanne James Menks, 26, both of Clovis • […]

Day Trip: Living museum only short drive away

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The Amarillo Botanical Gardens features indoor and outdoor exhibits. A grand opening will be held Oct. 7 for the conservatory. Courtesy photo By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers The Amarillo Botanical Gardens provides visitors with an opportunity to experience the sights and smells of a variety of plants and foliage. “A botanical garden is a museum […]

Waterparks help summer travelers make a splash

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Waterparks are a keen and cool way to spend a day’s vacation in the sizzling summer. There are three waterparks reachable for a day trip from Portales and Clovis: White’s City Resort in Carlsbad, Splash Amarillo and Texas Water Rampage in Lubbock. Splash Amarillo The shaded park includes many water slides, a lazy river, wave […]

Volunteers to thank for saving Cannon

Letters to the Editor We are pleased to hear the good news about the future of Cannon Air Force Base. Your community has some great volunteers who have participated with the Committee of Fifty and their dedication over the years has paid off. We are only sorry that Doc Stewart is not here to celebrate […]

Allen, Phyllis

Phyllis Allen, 95, of Amarillo, and formerly of Clovis and Lesbia, died Wednesday, June 14, 2006, at Jane Bivins Home in Amarillo. Born Nov. 9, 1910, in Bellview to John and Agnes Phillips, she worked as a nurse. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jesse F. Allen. Survivors include two sisters, Willie Ann […]

Cervantez, Pearl

Pearl Cervantez, 88, of Bovina died Tuesday, June 6, 2006, in Amarillo. She was born Oct. 23, 1917, in Tucumcari to Sugundo and Lala Hernandez Brito. She married George Cervantez in 1940 in Bovina. She was a former coordinator of the Indigent Care Program at Parmer County Community Hospital in Friona, a homemaker and a […]

Bass, Cletus R.

Cletus Ray Bass, 40, of Melrose died Sunday, June 4, 2006, in Tulsa, Okla. He graduated from Melrose High School. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He worked with his father at the Tire Store and with many area farmers and wheat harvesters. He also worked at the Melrose Grain Elevator and […]

Cochran, Dorthy M.

Dorthy M. Cochran, 74, of Clovis, died Sunday, June 4, 2006, in Clovis. She was born Oct. 13, 1931, in Fredrick, Okla., to Homer and Minnie T. Hawley Langston. Family members said she enjoyed sewing, going to garage sales and spending time with her children. She was preceded in death by her sons, James and […]

Anderson, Richard “Andy”

Richard L. “Andy” Anderson, 70, of the Rhea community and formerly of Clovis, died Wednesday, May 31, 2006, at BSA Hospital in Amarillo. He was born June 6, 1935, in Drayton, N.D., to Dave and Ann Durheim Anderson. He married Velta Knight on Dec. 2, 1955, in Farwell. He served in the U.S. Air Force […]