Local Roundup: Movie memorabilia for sale at Chamber

CNJ staff Posters, props, photos, T-shirts and other memorabilia from the movie “Believe in Me” are for sale at the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce, according to a Chamber news release. The original cast and crew polo shirts, basketball key chains and props are available. Photos displayed at the Red Carpet Reception at the Clovis […]

Thunderbirds seeking new team members

Mach Meter staff report The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, scheduled to perform at Cannon Air Force Base May 27, is looking for professionals to join an elite team known for precision flying and community involvement. Volunteers are needed in eight career fields: avionics, crew chief, egress, fuels, electro/environmental, structures, public affairs, graphic […]

High school seniors embrace early stages of college search

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Clovis Christian School senior Corey Hastings, right, looks at a U.S. Air Force Academy catalog Wednesday at the school. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Ryan Lengerich: CNJ staff writer Clovis Christian School senior Andrew Hertel has a plan for college. He wants to study law at Texas Tech University. He has taken his ACT, a […]

Finding CRSC eligibility worth the effort

By Tom Philpott: Military Update Retired Army 1st Sgt. Arthur C. Thornburgh of Ewell, Ala., figures the Department of Defense owes him $20,000 so far in Combat-Related Special Compensation. The missing payments, he said with evident frustration, go back to June 1, 2003, the day he applied and also the day the CRSC program began. […]

CHS offers help for students’ college application anxiety

By Ryan Lengerich The college selection process can become stressful as graduation approaches, but seniors shouldn’t panic yet, said two Clovis High School advisors. “Certainly it is never too late for one of our seniors to get help from us in the application process,” said CHS Head Counselor Jerry Odom. As seniors approach their high […]

Development director looks toward Portales’ future

By Tony Parra PORTALES — Darla Wilhoit, Portales’ new community development director, will work in conjunction with Roosevelt County Community Development Corporation (RCCDC) for the future of economic development of Portales. The RCCDC is a non-profit organization and separate entity from the city’s community development office, where Wilhoit works. “This is a great opportunity for […]