Letter to the editor: City needs conservative leadership

In the final days leading to the mayoral and City Commission election, I’d like to take a moment to remind the citizens of Clovis about an important vote they cast last year to defeat the insidious Affordable Housing Plan the mayor and her minions on the City Commi-ssion tried to shove down their throats. When […]

LSC races tight heading into final week

CNJ staff The Lone Star Conference basketball regular season is down to its final week. All but one of the 21 teams — 10 men’s, 11 women’s — remain in the running for the conference tournament, which is slated for Feb. 29-March 4 at Allen, Texas. The top eight teams on each side qualify. For […]

WT cancels final two days of event

CNJ staff CANYON, Texas — The final two days of a three-day event hosted by West Texas A&M were canceled due to cold and windy weather conditions. Eastern New Mexico University’s softball team went 2-1 in three games on Friday. The Zias (3-4) were to face Texas-Permian Basin and Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday. ENMU […]

Final day of tourney canceled

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANTONIO — The final day of games in the St. Mary’s NCAA Division II College Classic softball tournament was canceled on Saturday due to storms in the area. More rain was expected today and Monday, so the slate of games will not be made up. Eastern New Mexico University, which went […]

Portales says yes to Sunday alcohol sales

Portales voters approved Sunday alcohol sales by a narrow margin in a referendum Tuesday. The final total was 311-278 for allowing sales of alcohol on Sunday at local restaurants. Election officials described the flow of voters as steady most of the day, but only a fraction of the city’s 6,007 registered voters ended up casting […]

Seconds matter in team roping

Julie Bryant In team roping, seconds can mean thousands of dollars to be won, or lost, and that was the case for more than 200 team ropers who made their way on Saturday to the Curry County Event Center to compete in the United States Team Roping Championships Southwest Regionals. Among them was a pair […]

Education column: Clovis schools implementing xeriscaping

The final curtain has come down on the school year, and students are well into their summer activities. Meantime, Clovis Municipal Schools Operations folks have moved into high gear, and it is their moment — pun intended — to shine. Across the district at our school sites and other buildings, things are happening. Gene Bieker, […]

Curry County Ranch Rodeo results

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Courtesy photo Women’s winning team. The Pacheco Ranch, from left, Romni Durrett, Poppy Richardson, Jodi Gates, and Shana McIntosh. Final results Sunday from the second annual Curry County Ranch Rodeo: • Team — 1. Stierwalt/Broken H Ranch, Shidler, Okla., and Bronson, Kan. (Shane Stierwalt Lane Sierwalt, Doug Hall, Cliff Hall). 2. Wilson T4 Cattle Company, […]

LSC weekly softball update — May 4

(Regular-season final) South Division Div. All W-L W-L Angelo State 15-6 40-10 Incarnate Word 15-6 31-21 West Texas A&M 14-7 40-14 Texas Woman’ 11-10 29-24 Abilene Christian 11-10 28-27 Tarleton State 10-11 22-25 TX A&M-Kingsville 5-16 24-31 ENMU 3-18 13-41 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 13-4 44-8 Southeastern Okla. 13-5 36-17 East […]

Architects hear feedback from school staff on middle school’s design

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis Schools Food Service director Paul Kline, left, and Middle School Project Manager Jeremy Trumble go over floor plans for the kitchen and cafeteria for a new middle school Saturday at a design meeting held with architects at the administration building. Liliana Castillo Architects of a third middle school completed […]