City approves bid for Hull Street overpass

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The Clovis City Commission spent a little time Thursday discussing city crime rates, and almost none discussing the Hull Street Overpass. After more than 16 months without the structure, and a bid $2.5 million less than expected, commissioners approved work with Hamon Contractors of Denver with no discussion after […]

March 28, 2008 Religion Digest

By Janet Bresenham: Freedom New Mexico Students fed during break As a community outreach, Kingswood United Methodist Church is providing free lunches for students this week during Spring Break, according to church spokeswoman Rhonda Boswell. Church member Lucy Hartle organized the outreach, she said. Lunch will be served today from 11:30 a.m. to noon in […]

Happenstance often a factor when it comes to naming businesses

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A.C. Bryant, left, gets a refill of coffee as he sits at the Foxy Drive-In Friday with Gerald Clancy. Bryant is the original owner of the Foxy Drive-In, which has been in Clovis since 1956. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers When people create a business, it’s not much of a stretch […]

Historic tiles undergoing restoration

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Kenneth McMahan examines a tile bearing the insignia of his World War II cavalry regiment on Thursday morning at his home. He purchased the tile more than 20 years ago for placement on the Lyceum Theatre walkway. (Staff photo: Sharna Johnson) By Leslie Radford: CNJ staff writer History is being replaced one tile at a […]