Low water levels expose berm in Greene Acres Lake

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Due to drought conditions and low levels at Greene Acres Park, a berm was exposed in recent weeks in the southeast corner of the lake. Liliana Castillo A berm in the southeast corner of Greene Acres Lake has become exposed in recent weeks with drought conditions causing low water levels […]

Smoke on the Water fireworks display lights night sky over Greene Acres Park

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CNJ staff photo: Gabriel Monte Several hundred Clovis residents gathered at Greene Acres Park to see fireworks light the night sky. The Clovis Chamber of Commerce’s Smoke on the Water fireworks display drew several hundred Clovis residents Sunday to Greene Acres Park. Radio station Q101.5 FM accompanied with music the chamber’s annual choreographed fireworks show […]

Greene Acres Park has long history

By Bill Kinyon: Guest columnist As I watch the continued improvements to Greene Acres Park, I am reminded of how it began. I thought that some folks might be interested in the history of the park. In 1963, the Clovis Jaycees were looking for a project. We noticed that the low drainage area south of […]

Greene Acres Lake reopens

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Kevyn and Amanda Flowers carry their 2-month-old daughter Kaliyah around Greene Acres Lake Wednesday while enjoying a warm and sunny day. They said fishing restrictions weren’t a concern but they wished the walking/jogging trail was wider. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The lake at Greene Acres Park is open […]

Press release: Greene Acres Lake reopens

The lake at Greene Acres Park which was temporarily closed by the City of Clovis February 27th, 2010, due to elevated levels of fecal coliform bacteria has been reopened today.

City uncertain when Greene Acres Lake will reopen

CNJ staff Greene Acres Lake continues to be closed to the public and city officials are unsure of when it will reopen. Interim Parks and Recreation Director and Public Works Director Clint Bunch said the lake is being tested regularly for elevated levels of fecal coliform bacteria. High levels of the bacteria were discovered and […]

Official: Bacteria numbers in lake dropping

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Alfredo Macias of the city’s water and waste department secures netting Monday at Green Acres Lake to prevent people from fishing. The lake was closed to the public Saturday because of elevated levels of fecal coliform bacteria and will remain closed until the levels drop to acceptable standards. By Sharna […]

Greene Acres Lake temporarily closed to public

CNJ staff Greene Acres Park lake was closed to the public Saturday because of elevated levels of fecal coliform bacteria, according to a news release. Clovis Public Works Director and interim Parks and Recreation Director Clint Bunch said the lake will remain closed until contaminant levels drop to safe levels. Bunch said the lake will […]

Breastfeeding challenge to be held at Greene Acres Park

CNJ staff Women and babies will gather at sites around the world for the Ninth annual Breastfeeding Challenge 11 a.m. Saturday. Clovis mothers will gather at Greene Acres Park. Mothers and children at sites across Canada, the U.S. and other countries will compete to set the record for the most children breastfeeding at one time.

April 27, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: The Life of Graham Greene by Norman Sherry was given by Michael Pollack in memory of Elsie Heden. Through unparalleled access to letters, diaries, and Greene himself, this volume reveals with eloquence and insight the life of the novelist and playwright who also served as […]

April 20, 2008 Library Books

Books available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: The Life of Graham Greene by Norman Sherry was donated Michael Pollack in memory of Elsie Heden. Through access to letters, diaries, and Greene himself, this volume reveals the life of the novelist and playwright who also served as a British double agent during World War II. Louder […]

Farmers sponsor July 4 boat race

By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer Local dairy farmers will sponsor the first Greene Acres Boat Race this afternoon as part of the city’s Fourth of July activities. The race is a part of a fund-raiser for the Matt 25 Hope Center. Coordinator Kent Ware said $80,000 has been raised from entry fees and other […]

Day of Caring set

What:United Way of Eastern New Mexico Day of Caring When:9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 1:30 to 4 p.m. Saturday Where:Greene Acres Park Why:To provide local organizations with volunteer assistance while promoting the spirit of caring throughout the community. Overview: United Way Executive Director Erinn Burch said the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization will meet […]

Hometown hero: Greene

By CNJ Staff Air Force Master Sgt. David N. Greene has deployed to an overseas forward-operating location to support the missions of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom, according to an Army and Air Force Hometown News press release. He is the son of Jeffrey and Pearl Greene of Clovis. The master sergeant graduated in […]

Fireworks show shy on funds

By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer The Smoke on the Water fireworks show is $10,000 shy of the $25,000 needed to fund the event, according to Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce officials. With less than a month before the show blasts off, officials are hoping to raise the money from donations made by businesses and […]

Lady Cats take twin bill

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Clovis High sophomore Samantha Ramos hits the ground after diving to catch a pop fly to end the fifth inning in the opener of Tuesday’s doubleheader against Roswell Goddard at Lady Wildcat Softball Complex. (CNJ staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer Clovis High senior Rachelle Urban had a nice, comfortable outing […]

Greene, Laura

Laura E. Greene, 51, of Muleshoe, died Monday, Feb. 20, 2006 at her home. She was born May 18, 1954, in Albuquerque. She married Charles Greene in Oklahoma City on Jan. 3, 1977. In 2000 they moved to Bovina. She worked in the family business, Master Trim, for many years. She also worked in the […]

Government care not always best for animals

CNJ staff O ne of the last known sanctuaries for the Devils Hole pupfish, only 180 of which are known to exist in the wild, became a scene of devastation and carnage earlier this month — but not because of bulldozing land developers, industrial toxins or greedy commercial fishers. Nearly half the fish were killed […]

Area troops to be saluted

Clovis and Portales residents are throwing a party for their military neighbors from 1 to 7 p.m. Saturday at Greene Acres Park in Clovis. The event is dubbed, “Salute to Our Troops: A Homecoming Celebration,” and will feature welcome speeches by both city’s mayors, an F-16 flyover, live music, games and entertainment. Residents from both […]