Gone fishin’

A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked about summer vacations.

Tapping reserve wrong approach to oil conflict

Freedom New Mexico L iberals in Congress have gone out of their

Red Ryder gone, but not forgotten

By Don McAlavy: CNJ Columnist Editor’s note: This was the first column Don McAlavy wrote for the Clovis News Journal. In 1965, Vora Hartley had purchased the old Westward Ho Motel on First Street in Clovis. She had hired friends of mine, Tom and Celine Yelverton, to manage the place. I was single back then […]

Public Affairs merges with multimedia

By Gabriel Monte, Cannon Connections The Cannon Public Affairs department is has gone from just producing written stories and photographs to broadcasting video stories on the Commanders Channel in the last year. The multimedia department combined with the public affairs desk and grew from a staff of four people to 20 people, according to Public […]

They were biting

Lili Castillo has gone fishing.

March 26, 2008 Police Blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 5 p.m. Wednesday an officer responded to a home in the 1400 block of Edwards for a harassment report. A man said he had gone to a restaurant on Prince Street after seeing a commercial advertising a special. He said the […]

Wildcats move to 20-0

The Clovis Wildcats moved to 20-0 Friday with a 78-65 win Friday at Artesia. Jaye Crockett led the top-ranked Wildcats with 23 points. The Lady Wildcats beat Artesia 52-32 at Rock Staubus Gymnasium. Anteisha Brown led Clovis (8-12) with 14 points and Mariah Sena added 11. Other scores from Friday: Boys Elida 78, Fort Sumner […]

Rivalry in family

The editors asked: No Cowboys. No Broncos. No Hank Baskett. Do you care about watching the Super Bowl? Maybe for the commercials or to see Tom Petty perform at halftime? Here’s what readers had to say: • I’m from New York so I’m loving it. I have a son-in-law who lives in Boston so we […]

Eli’s coming

The editors asked: No Cowboys. No Broncos. No Hank Baskett. Do you care about watching the Super Bowl? Maybe for the commercials or to see Tom Petty perform at halftime? Here’s what readers had to say: • The Super Bowl will be worth watching (because of) the Eli Manning story.” – Bill Gaedke • “Nuts. […]

Tom who?

The editors asked: No Cowboys. No Broncos. No Hank Baskett. Do you care about watching the Super Bowl? Maybe for the commercials or to see Tom Petty perform at halftime? Here’s what readers had to say: • “Nuts. Cowboys gone, Seahawks gone, football season is over. Might watch the commercials, though. … Who is Tom […]

‘Good question’ man gone

Journalism lost a good friend Monday when George L. Prothro, a former managing editor at the Clovis News Journal, died after a bout with cancer. Today would have been his 63rd birthday. The current CNJ staff will miss his phone calls suggesting “good questions” to ask about curious events around town. • • • Sometimes […]

Change hits home during visit to past

By Grant McGee: Local columnist Where’d my hometown go? I thought about this as I looked around the city I lived in as a kid. As I drove around my hometown of Roanoke, Va., last month I noticed a lot of stuff was gone, a lot of stuff had changed. Now I know Roanoke is […]

It’s Their Business: Junk Be Gone

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Junk Be Gone By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: Junk Be Gone What they do: They haul away unwanted items. Items that are still capable of being used are donated to the Lighthouse Mission or Salvation Army. Who’s in charge: Tony Bogusz Employees: One How long in business: Six months Hours: By appointment Contact: […]

Stateside spouse stays busy volunteering

Janet Taylor-Birkey Gidget Sanders is a stateside spouse who has been left behind for four deployments in just three and half years of being married to Senior Airman Nicholas Sander, 27th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, currently deployed to Balad, Iraq. Like many spouses, Mrs. Sanders said coming home to an empty house is one of the […]

Locking your keys in the car can be a positive experience

Greg Allen An occasional memory lapse can be a good thing. That “occasional memory lapse” happened to my wife Suzanne last week, but it reinforced the good feelings she and I both have about living here. Suzanne had gone to the library downtown to return some books and discovered she had locked her keys in […]