June 22, 2008 Births

Gonzales Richard Paul Gonzales was born May 10, 2008, at Plains Regional Medical Center to Richard and Miranda Gonzales of Clovis. He weighed 7 pounds and 8.2 ounces. He has two sisters, Alycia Gonzalez, 13, and Victoria Chavez, 11. Grandparents are George and Ruby Gonzales of Fort Sumner and Joaquin G. and Naty Madril of […]

Santa Fe law partner running for Udall’s seat

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By Sarah Meyer: CNJ staff writer Republican Marco Gonzales, a partner in a Santa Fe law firm, is running for the 3rd Congressional District. He worked as a defense aide to Sen. Pete Domenici, R-NM, for 10 years. He said this experience, along with his education, will serve him well in the office being vacated […]

Feb. 3, 2008 Honor Rolls Part II

La Casita Elementary Third grade A Honor Roll: Jazmine Acosta, José Antonio Alvarado, Ricky Balderas, Thomas Bynum, Andrea Carreño, Alejandro Chacón, Joel Espino, Austin Finney, Alexandria Gutierrez, Santiago Gutierrez, Consuelo Mercadal, Danielle Mezua, Bianca Olivas, Alexander Pereda, Kenya Perez, Juanita Quezada. A/B Honor Roll: Sierra Baca, Brandon Balderas, Abraham Calderon, Lee Carabajal, Merecades Chaves, Alejándro […]

Jan. 11, 2008 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Jan. 3 through Wednesday: Shawn Michael Blair, 33, to Kimberly Dawn Johnson, 35, both of Clovis Wilfredo Junior Nieves Ocasio, 23, to Vanessa Lynn Pepin, 20, both of Clovis Jerry Leon Marshall, 41, to Sharon Sue Dixon, 39, both of Bovina, Texas Nicholas Ryan Richardson, […]

Clovis police patrolling mall

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Clovis police are spending more time at the North Plains Mall in response to concerns and complaints about disruptive teens, according to Capt. Patrick Whitney In recent weeks, Whitney said the police department has assigned its gang unit and patrol officers to walk through the mall on evenings and […]

Family shares parade experience

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Santa Claus waves to the crowd on Main Street Saturday during the 11th Annual Christmas Light Parade. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Raidon Gonzales’ face lit up with excitement and reflected light as a Clovis Fire Department truck drifted slowly down Main Street. The six-year-old sat on his father’s […]

Oct. 19 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records from Oct. 11 through Wednesday: Quinn Darvon Moses, 19, to Tamra Linette Askew, 20, both of Texico Bradley Wayne Lyon, 25, to Ginger Colleen Henderson, 25, both of Clovis Christian Miguel Molinero-Ledesma, 24, to Julyn Pearson, 36, both of Clovis Kenneth Jeffrey Kelley, 21, to Carolyn […]

Attorney general replacements offer little hope

By Freedom Newspapers The surprise resignation — what took him so long? — of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales suggests a curious pattern in the Bush administration. A Cabinet official is seriously criticized, for reasons good and bad, and defends himself poorly. Calls proliferate for resignation or impeachment or prosecution/torture/execution, but the president stands by his […]

Gonzales’ exit long overdue

By Freedom Newspapers Attorney General Alberto Gonzales should save President Bush the trouble of asking for it — a procedure that obviously pains the president when it come to loyal aides — and submit his resignation immediately. Gonzales may well be a decent person with a compelling personal history. And the position of attorney general […]

Local Guardsmen volunteer for border

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer A handful of Clovis National Guardsmen wait for word they will head south to support U.S. border patrols. As of yet they are unsure when or where they will go, but they have begun volunteering for the detail, according to Sgt. 1st Class Terry Stevens, public information officer for […]