Clovis native top sniper

CNJ staff Clovis High graduate Herman Gomez was a member of a team that placed fourth among 37 teams last month at a national sniper competition in Gastonia, N.C., according to a press release from the Franklin, Tenn., police department, where Gomez is an officer. A member of Franklin’s SWAT Team, Gomez teamed with Ryan […]

Club notes — Sept. 18

Altrusa of Clovis Altrusa International of Clovis met for their monthly evening meeting on Sept. 12. Guests attending: Donna Herman, Annie Depre, Gwenda Alexander, and Emily Crowe. Members attending: Kathy Travis, Mary Weigl, Leslie McCloud, Glenda Hileman, Nancy Taylor, Margaret Blazek, Carolyn Muffley, Narcie Tucker, Pat McCollough, and Sylvia Bean. Donna Herman, Altrusa District 10 […]

Pet of the day: Herman

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Name: Herman About: Herman is a beta fish. He is tough. He has been with me for more than two years and moved half-way across the country. For most of the time he lived in a fishbowl mounted on the wall but now he lives in a vase on a desk in the office. Owner: […]

Gifted students often bored

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Clovis adminsitrators exploring programs that target school’s elite. Morning after morning, Alan Herman struggled to motivate his son to go to school. “He didn’t want to go to school because it was boring,” Herman told the Clovis Municipal Schools board Tuesday during a special work session. Herman’s son is […]

La Casa offers clarity on Medicare program

By Tony Parra: Freedom Newspapers La Casa de Buena Salud healthcare officials are offering enrollment help for those who have not signed up for the new Medicare prescription drug program. Debra Herman, pharmacist clinician and director of pharmacy services for La Casa de Buena Salud, said since the start of enrollment in the Medicare program […]

Cousin avenges pranksters

Bob Huber: Local Columnist When I was a kid, Halloween was the high-water mark on the calendar of my life. Oh sure, I fiddled with Christmas to please parents, but Halloween allowed me to shake down neighbors, tip over outhouses, and remain anonymous. Costumes were no big problem. They were made from feed sacks, worn […]

Eylicio, Nora

Nora Eylicio Services: Have been held. Nora Eylicio, 70, of Clovis, died Sunday, Oct. 3, 2004, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She was born on April 13, 1934, in Valencia County, to Jose and Nicolasa Flores. Family members said she was a homemaker, a loving mother and grandmother. She was a long-time resident […]

Halloween was simpler in the old days

by Bob Huber Editor’s note: Bob Huber’s column, which is usually published on Mondays, is running early this week because of the topic: When I was a kid, the joy of Halloween ranked second only to Christmas. It was that wonderful night of the year when we could be ghosts, goblins, and other evil things, […]

Clark, Herman C.

Herman Clark Services: Have been held. Herman C. Clark, 88, of Portales, died Tuesday, May 25, 2004, at Laurel Ridge Nursing Home in Clovis. He was born on Aug. 5, 1915, in Dickens, Texas, to Cora Mae and Man Clark. He grew up in the Rogers area and graduated from Rogers High School. He attended […]

Dorwald, Tina Geries

Tina Geries Dorwald Services: Have been held. Tina Geries Dorwald, 43, of Elmendorf, Texas, a social worker, died Friday, April 30, 2004, at Muleshoe Area Medical Center. She was born Feb. 18, 1961, in Dallas, Texas, to Herman and Alta Norton Geries. She graduated from Texico High School in 1979 and Western Illinois University in […]