Umpiring good call for ex-players

By Dave Wagner While baseball umpires often take a lot of grief, most are in it for the love of the game. Former area high school players Wes Hatley and Ricardo Anaya said they’ve used umpiring as a means to stay close to the sport. No one does it to get rich. Anaya, 25, said […]

Public Records 1/30

Compiled from court records from Jan. 22 through Jan. 28. Marriage Licenses Kevin Joel Flores, 16, and Blanca Fabiola Flores, 17, both of Clovis. Jesse Vern Jackson, 48, and Tommie Jean Lindley, 44, both of Clovis. Joel Tonche Almaraz, 26, and Loralisa Loredo, 26, both of Clovis. Ronald Alan Hobbs, 20, of Hollyridge, N.C., and […]

Kids, adults could learn ‘down time’ lesson

I don’t know how many times this summer my daughter Laura has called me at work with breaking news. The kind that warrants, in her mind, a press conference with a blue curtain in the background, a cluster of information-starved news reporters, a crawl line on CNN and the whole shebang. At least, that’s what […]

Power II surges late

By Kevin Wilson Saturday’s 12-and-under semifinal in the USSSA state softball tournament marked the first time that Power II had trailed all season. Judging by the outcome, the team didn’t like that very much. Lorne Garcia’s two-run, two-out single capped off a late comeback, giving Power II a 9-8 win over Spitfire and a spot […]

Relay raises almost $45,000

By Janet Bresenham As the sun rose above Ned Houk Park Saturday morning, weary Relay for Life campers drank coffee, ate breakfast and recalled a night spent having fun and honoring cancer survivors, as well as those who lost their valiant fights against the disease. The Curry County Relay For Life, sponsored by the local […]