Texans complete sweep of Hounds

CNJ staff PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team wasn’t able to salvage the finale of their opening Lone Star Conference series on Sunday. Tarleton State had double-figure hits for the fourth consecutive game and the Texans rode an eight-run sixth to a 13-6 victory over ENMU at Greyhound Field. Third baseman Ethan Stuckly […]

Cardinals complete sweep of Zias

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — Designated player Lea Padilla doubled twice, scoring one run and driving in the other, as Incarnate Word completed a three-game Lone Star Conference softball series sweep of Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday with a 2-0 victory. ENMU (6-21, 1-8 LSC), which has lost eight in a row in the […]

Education feature: Texico students helping complete shop facility

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Courtsey photo: Terry Whitener Cesar Chavez, left, and Paden Hagler, right, weld together a new sheet metal storage rack. This is part of a project that is providing necessary tools for the school’s newly-modeled shop facility. Benna Sayyed Powers Hagler taught himself to weld as a youngster growing up on his family’s farm about four […]

Local schools ready for students

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Alisa Boswell: Portales News-Tribune Clockwise from left, Mario Cabreras and Bo Cravy, of Newt & Butches Roofing, pass some tectum decking to Jared Ryan and Caesar Ramirez Friday morning as they work on the new special education building at Marshall Middle School in Clovis. According to the workers, tectum decking is sound-deadening material built into […]

Buffs complete series sweep against ENMU

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team got decent pitching on Saturday. It’s offense, though, continued to struggle and the defense came undone in the second game of a Lone Star Conference doubleheader against West Texas A&M at Greyhound Field. Senior right-hander Anthony Smith pitched a complete-game eight-hitter with four strikeouts and no […]

On the shelves — Jan. 30

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library The Library maintains a collection of documents on flood management that illustrate a broad range of flood-proofing techniques, building designs to minimize damage, personal safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and structural repair methods. Most of these publications are available for checkout, and a complete list is available […]

Press release: Crash investigation not complete

Clovis, NM: Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler and Clovis Police Chief Steve Sanders announced today that although the preliminary reconstruction of the crash involving a Clovis police officer and the death of Mary Castillo is complete, the cause of the November 17, 2010 crash continues. On Friday, December 3rd, District Attorney Matthew Chandler met […]

Runway construction to begin Dec. 6

Kevin Wilson Officials involved with the runway expansion at the Clovis Municipal Airport hope for a boring project and much better service 10 months from now. Airport Director Steve Summers said the runway extension is expected to be complete in September 2011, with dirt work set to start Dec. 6. The runway will be extended […]

Education digest — Oct. 28

CHS students to audition for all-state choir Thirty-two students from Clovis High School and the Freshman Academy were selected by audition to perform with the 2011 New Mexico All-State Choir, according to a news release. The all-state audition process includes singing a prepared solo by memory, memorize and perform a required choral piece and contestants […]

Voters approve $16 million school bond issue

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis High School teacher Keith Ingram congratulates Superintendent Terry Myers after the school bond passed Tuesday in the Curry County Clerk’s office. Liliana Castillo Sixty-three percent of voters approved Clovis Municipal Schools’ $16 million bond proposal Tuesday — 1,561 votes for and 926 against. Fourteen percent of 18,059 voters eligible […]

Foreman: Mabry road work temporary fix

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson A resurfacing of Mabry Drive from Prince Street to Norris Street has been finished, and a state crew starts Tuesday on resurfacing from Prince Street to Thornton Street. Maintenance Foreman Lee Marquez said the project is supposed to keep the road together until a more complete project starts 18 months […]

RiverHawks complete sweep of ENMU

CNJ staff TAHLEQUAH, Okla. — The Eastern New Mexico University baseball team put itself squarely behind the 8-ball in the race for a Lone Star Conference tournament berth. Northeastern State completed a devastating four-game sweep of the Hounds on Saturday, routing ENMU 11-0 and 12-1 behind three-hit pitching performances by Jason Travis (1-1) and Josh […]

Census forms available for residents who didn’t receive them

CNJ staff Residents who have not received a census form in the mail can pick up and complete a form at various Questionnaire Assistance Centers located in the city. Census workers will staff the following locations: Motor Vehicle Department, 814 W. Sixth St., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. New Mexico Workforce Connection, […]

Census forms available

Residents who have not received a census form in the mail can pick up and complete a form at various Questionnaire Assistance Centers located in the City of Clovis. There will be Census workers at these locations who can help residents complete forms where necessary. The sites are as follows: • MVD 814 W 6th […]

Clovis Census committee holding march to mailbox event

CNJ staff The 2010 Complete Count Committee is hosting a “March to the Mailbox” event from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. U.S. Postal Service workers will be on location to accept completed forms. Locations for the event are the Clovis Apartments, Lincoln-Jackson Community Center and the Gateway Apartments. Information: 769-7828

Press release: City holding Census event

The 2010 Complete Count Committee will be hosting a March to the Mailbox event, Saturday, April 10th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at various locations throughout the city. “The purpose of this event is to encourage folk who have not yet handed in their census form to do so” advised Claire Burroughes, Legislative & […]

TexAnns complete series sweep of ENMU

CNJ staff STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State erased a three-run deficit with five runs in the fifth, capped by Julie Norris’ three-run homer, and the TexAnns held on for a 5-4 win Saturday over Eastern New Mexico University and a sweep of their three-game Lone Star Conference South Divisin softball series. It was the sixth […]

Javelinas complete series sweep of Zias

CNJ staff KINGSVILLE, Texas — Lindsey Brown picked up her third pitching victory of the series and drove in three runs, leading Texas A&M-Kingsville to a 13-5 win over Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday and a sweep of their three-game Lone Star Conference South Division softball series. Brown (8-6) pitched a complete-game shutout in […]

Churches to hold Christmas services

By Jenna DeWitt: CNJ staff writer For many Christians, the Christmas holiday would not be complete without celebrating with their faith community. Some Christian denominations have weeks, even a month, centered on celebrating the birth of Christ. For Episcopalians and other churches that follow the liturgy, Christmas Eve is just the start of the 12-day-long […]

Cold cereal can’t replace hot breakfast

By Karl Terry: PNT columnist When did cereal get a complete aisle to itself at the grocery store? The selection boggles the mind and can completely derail a trip to the supermarket if you’re a parent with young kids. Not having kids of my own, I get to stand in the aisle and stifle a […]