School budget review meeting May 25

The Clovis Municipal Schools board is meeting 5:30 p.m. May 25 to review the 2010-2011 school year budget, according to a legal notice. The meeting is open to the public and is being held at the administration office board room.

Clovis woman arrested for marijuana distribution

CNJ staff A Clovis woman was arrested Wednesday for distribution of marijuana. Emily Jaramillo, 27, is being held in lieu of $26,000 bond and is charged with distribution of marijuana, two counts of child abuse and possession of drug paraphernalia, said Undersheriff Wesley Waller. Also arrested was Ray Gomez, 37, on a warrant for failure […]

Officials decline comment on meeting between board members, concerned citizen group

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Officials have declined to talk about a Thursday afternoon meeting held between two school board members and a group calling for the removal of Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm. The meeting was held at the school’s administration building. Board President Mark Lansford, who attended the meeting with fellow board member Lola […]

Education digest: JROTC holds awards banquet

JROTC holds awards banquet The Clovis High School Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps held their annual awards banquet over the weekend. The group also announced the corps leadership for next year. The change of command ceremony will be held at 7:15 a.m. Wednesday at the JROTC drill pad at the high school. The ceremony is […]

Health care audio conference set

CNJ staff An interactive audio conference is being held to acquaint businesses on what healthcare reform means to them. Sponsored by the Clovis-Curry County Chamber of Commerce, the 90-minute conference will be conducted by the Kiplinger Washington Editors. It is being held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the boardroom at the Business Enterprise Center. Cost […]

Business workshop being held

CNJ staff A training workshop is being held Wednesday to help businesses evaluate and improve their progress. Free and open to the public, the workshop helps business people evaluate where they are in their business and how to continue improving the overall performance of their business. Trainer Retha Shiplet provides professional development to businesses and […]

Freedom strikes deal for Arizona paper sale

Freedom New Mexico Freedom Communications filed a motion Tuesday with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware seeking approval of the sale of its Phoenix-area publications to 1013 Communications LLC, an affiliate of Thirteenth Street Media. In a statement, Freedom said company officials hope a hearing will be held in early March and that the transaction […]

Jan. 3 Club notes

Chapparral Extension Club The Chaparral Extension Club held their annual Christmas Party at Trinity Luthern Church on Dec. 10 with 16 members in attendance. Sheryl Abdill called the meeting to order. Jeanetta Mesner read “My Christmas Card List”. The group answered roll call with their Christmas plans. June Phillips read the minutes and Dorothy Bean […]

Press Release: Clovis’ Martin appointed president of state school board group

The New Mexico School Boards Association (NMSBA) held their Annual Convention on December 4th & 5th. During the Convention, the Association elected new officers and Clovis Board of Education Secretary, Terry Martin, who was Vice-President of NMSBA last year, will take over as President-Elect of the Association for 2010. Terry is completing seven years of […]

Press release: Holy Ghosts play still on

The performance of Holy Ghosts will still be held tonight at 7 p.m. at Town Hall at Clovis Community College.

Relay for Life kickoff to be held Thursday

You are invited!

Inmate charged in smuggling case

CNJ staff A 26-year-old Curry County inmate has been charged with two felonies for getting his girlfriend to smuggle narcotics into the jail for him. Michael Padilla was charged Wednesday with conspiracy to commit trafficking and criminal solicitation to commit a felony, according to Undersheriff Wesley Waller. Waller said Padilla is being held without bond. […]

Flute recital offers variety of musical styles

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist F irst there was Ian Anderson, the driving force behind Jethro Tull. Then there was James Galway, and after that came Paul Horn. These, in order of my awareness of them, were the musicians who drew my attention to the music of the flute. Flute music, played with excellence and […]

Blessings lost when people are divided

By Curtis Shelburne: Local columnist Some of the most beautiful truths of the Christian faith can be found in our great hymns, the treasures held mostly in common by Christians of all flavors. We may be divided over lots of molehills made mountains, but, thank the Lord, even behind the walls we’ve built to separate […]

Press release: Peanut Festival in Portales this weekend

PORTALES–The annual Peanut Valley Festival at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will be held in the Campus Union Building from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17, and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 18.

Quilt show features work of generations

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan High Plains Quilt Festival judge Nell Smith evaluates one of the many quilts hanging at the Memorial Center in Portales Wednesday. The festival opens to the public Friday and Saturday. Freedom New Mexico About 175 quilts will be on display Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Building in Portales for […]

Workshops, auctions among activities at quilt festival

Freedom New Mexico About 175 quilts will be on display Friday and Saturday at the Memorial Building in Portales for the High Plains Quilt Festival. The fourth annual event costs $3 for both days and includes hourly workshops. Sharon King, executive director of the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce, said the workshops cover a mix […]

Curry to host county conference

CNJ staff Curry County will host the 2013 New Mexico Association of Counties annual conference. The county was selected Friday, according to Curry County Manager Lance Pyle. The conference will be held June 19-21, 2013, and about 700 attendees from the state’s 33 counties are expected to attend. “We are excited about this opportunity to […]

Religion digest: New church opening its doors

New church opening its doors Sunday morning will mark the first day of services for The Vine, a new church to be held at Clovis Christian School’s Elementary Campus. Coffee and snacks will be served at 9:30 a.m. with children’s worship at 10 a.m. and worship services at 10:30 a.m. Preschool care will be provided […]

Concert planned to benefit crash victims

CNJ staff The community of Melrose is rallying around two of their own who were hospitalized after a head-on collision Aug. 8. The community is planning a benefit concert 3 p.m. Sept. 5 to help the families with medical expenses. Ramon Arenivar and Jordan Beard have under gone several surgeries, according to event organizer Randy […]