June 8, 2008 Weddings

Gore-Haynie Tabitha Gore and Gavin Haynie, both of Clovis, were joined in marriage June 7, 2008, at the First Church of the Nazarene in Clovis. Pastor Darwin Speicher performed the traditional Christian ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Rusty and Gwenna Gore of Sudan, Texas. She is the granddaughter of U.J. and Derotha King […]

May 18, 2008 Library books

The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library: American Masters of Sculpture by Charles Caffin was given by Jerry and Doris Wallace in memory of Ruth Gore. The works of 11 of America’s foremost sculptures are presented along with photographs representative of their most outstanding pieces and an analysis of the elements of composition […]

Global warming scare tactics help Gore score Nobel

By Freedom New Mexico Former Vice President Al Gore, who says he “used to be the next president of the United States,” has won the Nobel Peace Prize for advancing scary half-truths, flat-out errors and politically inspired schemes about global warming. We congratulate Gore and hope it’s some personal consolation. Nevertheless, we’re uninspired as Gore […]

8-19 Library books

The following books are available in the Clovis-Carver Public Library: American Art in the Columbus Museum by Brigette Foley was given by the faculty and staff of the West College of Education in memory of Ruth Gore. This breathtaking volume contains a remarkable collection of 101 works of painting, sculpture and decorative arts from notable […]

Gore’s ‘Live Earth’ benefit concert hits flat note

By Freedom Newspapers We didn’t catch much of Al Gore’s “Live Earth” extravaganza last weekend. A Gilligan’s Island marathon was running on TV Land and we couldn’t tear ourselves away. But we weren’t surprised to read that it was a poorly received, and reviewed, dud. Some “cause concerts,” like some causes, are better than others. […]

Gore’s global warming warning goes to extremes

By Freedom Newspapers Former Vice President Al Gore returned to Washington on Wednesday to whip up global warming hysteria, calling on Congress to cut greenhouse gases 90 percent by 2050 and impose new taxes on carbon emissions. “I know the phrase sounds shrill,” was Gore’s own understated assessment of his testimony before the House Energy […]

Hollywood not totally unbiased

By Anita Doberman: Columnist It’s always fun to watch the Academy Awards, if only to see celebrities’ faces when they win, and especially when they lose. There is the teary acceptance speech, always a favorite for me. A few years ago Halle Berry was almost incoherent, and I still got choked up. There’s watching the […]

Gore, Flora Mae

Flora Mae Gore Services: Have been held. Mrs. Flora Mae Gore, 101, of Clovis, died Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2005, at the Retirement Ranch in Clovis. She was born on May 23, 1903, in Custer County, Okla., to William and Eliza Cannaday Epperly. She attended high school in Camargo, Okla. and finished high school at Southwestern […]

Gore, Lillian Marie

Lillian Marie Gore Services: Have been held. Lillian Marie Gore, 89, of Pocatello, Idaho, died Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at her niece’s residence in Pocatello. She was born March 21, 1915, in Elida to Edith and Ted Wilmes. She was the oldest of five children whose parents homesteaded in Elida. She grew up near Elida, […]

Gore, Harold

Harold O. Gore, 92, long-time Clovis attorney, died Friday, April 9, 2004, in Clovis. He was born Oct. 16, 1911, in Belen to Bert and Bertha Gore. He graduated from Clovis High School, the University of New Mexico and George Washington University Law School, passed the bar at age 21, and at age 25 was […]

Gore may be setting Dean up to take fall

Tibor Machan What is one to make of Al Gore’s brazen act of endorsing Howard Dean for the presidency? Certainly it is a slap in the face of Sen. Joe Lieberman, Gore’s 2000 running mate. But what is its substance? Is Gore really someone who considers Howard Dean’s opposition to the war with Iraq so […]

Curry County jail inmate dies after swallowing meth

By Darrell Todd Maurina An inmate at the Curry County Adult Detention Facility died early Sunday morning at Plains Regional Medical Center after swallowing methamphetamine, according to a report released Tuesday by the Clovis Police Department. Martin Smith, 22, of Clovis, is the second inmate in less than a year to die of a drug […]