Letter to the editor: Lack of pool facilities problem

In his Sunday column, Clyde Davis pointed out that Clovis could use more public pools. The lack of swimming facilities was one of the issues raised in a study related to United States Air Force personnel moving to Cannon AFB. This is definitely a problem in Clovis. Potter Pool, like any outdoor pool, is closed […]

Dealing in diving

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CNJ staff photo: Tony BullocksJeremy Kitzhaber, owner of Clovis SCUBA, assembles a scuba unit Monday in his shop, located in the back of his home. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer When you sell a product that has no particular use within a 100-mile radius, it helps when your customers are your friends. That’s the […]

Clovis swimmers finishing solid season

By Jesse Wolfersberger: CNJ staff writer The Clovis swim team will cap off its best season in school history by sending at least four swimmers to the state championships on Feb. 17 in Albuquerque. For the state meet, senior Alyssia Pyeatt, sophomore Amber Espinoza, senior Victoria Erdmann and sophomore Yvette Fisher will swim both the […]

Sadly, dumpster-diving days long gone

By Grant McGee: Local Columnist When I took the trash out the other day, I realized my dumpster-diving days are over. There, by the dumpster, was a really good designer chair. I looked at the thing. All that was wrong with it was the canvas on the seat had given way. A good cleaning, a […]

Strong offseason gives Lady Cats hope

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Clovis senior Erin Holland swims the breaststroke during a cool down lap Thursday at practice. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By John Eisel: CNJ sports writer Through its three-year existence, the Clovis girls swimming team has never qualified anyone for the state meet. The Lady Wildcats hope to change that in February. First-year coach Vincent DeMaio […]