Bahama Buck’s slated for early summer opening

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Ronnie Marez of Clovis, applies chalk on the bottom of a roof eave Monday at the Bahama Buck’s being built on Prince Street For additional informationm, see today’s business feature. By CNJ Staff Clovis residents Stephen Powell and Chris Foster are working hard to open a surf-themed shaved ice shop […]

Volunteer opportunity: Foster grandparents

Foster grandparents are needed to help children in the public schools. Volunteers must complete a background check and have a physical examination, as well as some training. “It’s well worth the time if you enjoy helping children,” said Judy Casady, secretary for the program. Information: 763-6009

Foster grandparents

Foster grandparents are needed to help children in the public schools. Volunteers must complete a background check and have a physical examination, as well as some training. “It’s well worth the time if you enjoy helping children,” said Judy Casady, secretary for the program. Information: 763-6009

It’s their business: Bearly Used

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Bearly Used Name: Bearly Used Location: 915 Main St. What they do: Sell consignment clothing, furniture, and household decor. Who’s in charge: Dian Foster Employees: 1 How long in business: 17 years Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday Contact: 762-7461 or e-mail bearlyused@plateautel.net Of note: Foster […]

In Tribute: Former pastor defies doctor’s predictions

By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer When Otis Foster had a stroke, doctors predicted he wouldn’t make it through the night. The Baptist deacon, farmer and grandfather of 30 defied the odds for 18 years before he died May 16. He was 96. “I told my dad he was a bull, he was going to […]

Fostering love

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Charles and Anna Easley have been foster parents to nearly 100 children over a span of 22 years. (CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer This afternoon, the Easley house is quiet. The only distractions are the bouncing logo on the computer screen, and the Easleys’ dog, who scratches on the […]

Hot toys top shopping lists

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CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisleJulia Waid of Clovis shops for toys at Wal-Mart Friday with her daughter, Harlea, who turns 2 on Wednesday. By Tonya Fennell: CNJ staff writer He’s a furry, red monster with googly eyes who goes by the name of Elmo. And he tops the list of must-have Christmas toys of 2006, […]

ENMU exhibit puts face on plight of state children awaiting adoption

By Casey Peacock: Freedom Newspapers Combining art with heart, a photographic exhibit featuring children in New Mexico awaiting adoption opens Saturday at Eastern New Mexico University’s Golden Library,. The exhibit offers the public the opportunity to view photos of children, who are waiting to be adopted. Hoping to raise awareness, the Heart Gallery provides a […]

Council tackles teen pregnancy at forum

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CNJ Staff Photo: Tony BullocksSallie Foster, chairman of the Maternal and Child Health Council of Curry County, gives the opening presentation during Thursday’s Teen Pregnancy Summit at the Clovis Civic Center. By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Evidence poured from the women in the room: A social service agent whose youngest client is a pregnant […]

Bollinger-Foster Engagement

Darrel and Brenda Bollinger of Clovis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jalaina Bollinger, to Brandon Foster of Clovis. He is the son of D.H. Foster of Lazbuddie, Texas, and Kathy and Ray VanCleve of Tijeras. The bride-elect is a 2000 graduate of Grady High School and a 2006 graduate of Texas […]