CEO of Freedom Communications to head Playboy

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Scott Flanders became chief executive officer of Freedom in January 2006. By Mary Ann Milbourn Scott Flanders, chief executive of Clovis News Journal’s parent company, Freedom Communications Inc., confirmed Monday he is leaving the company to head Playboy Enterprises Inc. Flanders, 52, said he will quit his Freedom post June 30 and become CEO at […]

Ex-ENMU coach named Golden State’s top exec

OAKLAND, Calif. — The Golden State Warriors have named former Eastern New Mexico University coach Larry Riley their top basketball executive. The Warriors cut ties with Chris Mullin, executive vice president of basketball operations, and replaced him with Riley on Monday. Riley coached at ENMU from 1978 to 1988. Riley, an assistant general manager since […]

Freedom Communications implementing furloughs

Freedom New Mexico IRVINE, Calif. — Faced with continuing industry weakness in advertising spending, Freedom Communications Inc., parent company of Freedom New Mexico, announced on Friday a company-wide furlough program. Hourly and salaried associates at all levels of the company will take five days off work, without pay, between April 1 and June 30. “We […]

Zias go 2-2 in California tourney

CNJ staff SEASIDE, Calif. — Eastern New Mexico University finished 2-2 after losing twice on Saturday in a volleyball tournament being hosted by Cal State Monterey Bay. Late Saturday, the Zias (2-6) lost to host Cal State Monterey Bay 25-22, 27-25, 25-11. Senior Vanessa Wilcox had nine kills and sophomore Veronica Valdez seven for ENMU. […]

Zias post two wins in California tourney

CNJ staff SEASIDE, Calif. — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team picked up its first two wins of the season Friday in the Cal State-Monterey Bay Tournament. The Zias (2-4) swept William Jessup in the first match of the day and beat Cal-State Stanislaus 3-1 later. Senior Vanessa Wilcox recorded nine kills — with […]

May 25, 2008 Weddings

Finch-Boling Laurie Kathryn Finch of Sacramento, Calif., and Michael Jay Boling of Farwell were joined in marriage March 29, 2008, at a men’s club in Sacramento. The Rev. Joe Magliato performed the Christian wedding ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Jack and Christine Finch of Garden Grove, Calif. The bridegroom is the son of […]

Reid, Aggies take WAC golf title

CNJ staff SAN JOSE, Calif. — New Mexico State captured its second Western Athletic Conference championship in three years on Wednesday, finishing the three-day conference meet at 27-over-par 891 for a five-stroke margin over Boise State. Junior Travis Reid, a Clovis High grad, tied for sixth with a 54-hole total of 75-74-75 — 224, 8 […]

March 9, 1971

Santa Fe Railway had named James E. Boyd as division engineer for Clovis. He was coming to town from San Bernadino, Calif. … Clovis Health Club at 1121 Thornton was offering $3 per week memberships for a limited time. … R&F Steak House at 500 S. Hull was open 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. […]

Griffin, Charles

Charles M. Griffin, 57, of Portales died Tuesday, June 27, 2006, at Roosevelt General Hospital in Portales. Born Sept. 9, 1948, in Crockett, Texas, to Gladys and Melvin Griffin, he moved to Portales in the early 1970s following a brief time in the Army.  For several years he worked at Cissell Moving and Storage Co. […]

Chavez, Monica L.

Monica Lucero Chavez, 90, of Turlock, Calif., died Thursday, June 22, 2006, at her home. She was born Feb. 1, 1916, in Juan de Dios, Mexico, and lived in Turlock for 52 years. She was a homemaker and member of the Sacred Catholic Heart Church. Family members said she enjoyed raising her children. She was […]