Furniture delivered to displaced families

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CNJ staff photo: Tonjia Rolan Matt 25 Hope Center Director Steve Reshetar helps load donated furniture to be delivered to families displaced by the Feb. 1 Clovis Apartments fire. Tonjia Rolan Over the weekend, Matt 25 Hope Center’s Director Steve Reshetar and staff delivered donated beds, dressers, sofas and tables to storage units of three […]

No such thing as leftover chili

Information on a new die cutting machine, making positive changes in our lives and selecting unfinished furniture will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Sandy McCauley represents Accugraphic Sales Inc., and they make a machine called a Klic-N-Kut. She will demonstrate how the machine can cut vinyl […]

Reader-submitted content: Local requests return of mementos

Dolores and Quinton Hardy On Thursday April 21st we were victims of a break-in and property was stolen. What was stolen was a large piece of furniture, a cherry wood highboy. This piece of furniture was very large and awkward to move, along with this cabinet the entire contents were also taken. Many of the […]

Business digest: Furniture store expanding

Portales’ Ashley Furniture owners have expanded to Clovis with a new sales location at 4005 N. Prince. Manager Bobby Hamilton said the furniture store, which opened Friday, serves as a branch of the Portales business owned by Max and June Merrick and carries many products from the Ashley Furniture line. The Clovis store — called […]

Family feud lasted 40 years

By Don McAlavy: CNJ columnist I was up at the Loring filling station at 21st and Main in 1978 when a furniture truck pulled in and the two men got out and inquired of me where Oakhurst Street was. I gave them directions and then made a few inquires of them, seeing the sign on […]

It’s Their Business: Woodwork Shoppe

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Woodwork Shoppe By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: Woodwork Shoppe Location: 115 Main St. What they do: Wood furniture repair, build furniture to specification and specialize in building and repairing chairs and drawers. Who’s in charge: Chick Taylor Jr., and his wife, Scotty Employees: 2 How long in business: 17 years Hours: Monday through […]

12-11-07 Business licenses

The following business licenses were obtained from the city of Clovis in the month of November: • J.G. Technologies Inc. Type: General Contractor Owner: Bert Gearhart Location: P.O. Box 1480, Tijeras • Simply Salads Type: Restaurant Owner: Thelma R. Sena Location: 2200 N. Main Suite 1D • Plateau Telecommunications, Inc. Type: Utilities Location: 2701 N. […]

It’s Their Business: D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture

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D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: D’s Tex-Mex Rustic Furniture Location: 1616 N. Main St. What they do: They sell imported, hand-made furniture. They offer custom orders and building of furniture. The store also sells indoor and outdoor pottery. Who’s in charge: D. Ledezma-Pinon Employees: One How long in business: […]

It’s their business: Bigs Lots

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor Name: Big Lots Location: 820 E. 21st St. What they do: Sell name-brand products at closeout prices. Who’s in charge: Ralph Aguilar is the manager. Employees: 19 How long in business: Two years Hours of business: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday, […]

Era ending soon for family furniture shop

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CNJ Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Ronnie and Venita Brooks have run Shipley Furniture since 1980, when they purchased it from Venita’s parents, Fred and Ruby Shipley. The couple said the store will close within the next few weeks. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer One day a customer, well past retirement age, entered Shipley Furniture […]