Politics prevent square deal for Curry County

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Curry County may be New Mexico’s third smallest county, but it’s never hard to find. “You see a map of New Mexico,” said County Commissioner Frank Blackburn, “and you can spot Curry County quickly because of those stair steps.” The “stairs” that separate Curry County, from Quay County to […]

Feb. 22, 2009 Court Records

The following criminal cases were recently closed through the 9th Judicial District Court. To view individual cases, visit http://www.nmcourts.gov/caselookup/app and search by case number. Searches can also be conducted using last name, first name and by comparing the case number to the search returns. Under the “Register of Actions Activity” section of each case, activity […]

Lujan economic tour stops in Clovis

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan addresses media outside Cannon Air Force Base Thursday afternoon. The congressman said he’s made supporting projects that benefit military families a priority. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Lujan told Clovis and Curry County officials Thursday that a $787 billion federal […]

Feb. 15, 2009 Dispositions

The following criminal cases were recently closed through the 9th Judicial District Court. To view individual cases, visit http://www.nmcourts.gov/caselookup/app and search by case number. Searches can also be conducted using last name, first name and by comparing the case number to the search returns. Under the “Register of Actions Activity” section of each case, activity […]

Clovis business licenses

Clovis business licenses: 2008: October November December

Feb. 1, 2009 Dispositions

The following criminal cases were recently closed through the 9th Judicial District Court. To view individual cases, visit http://www.nmcourts.gov/caselookup/app and search by case number.Searches can also be conducted using last name, first name and by comparing the case number to the search returns.Under the “Register of Actions Activity” section of each case, activity is listed […]

State of New Mexico

State of New Mexico

Public notices available on Web

Freedom New Mexico Public notices from around New Mexico are now available on a single Web site: http://www.publicnoticeads.com/NM The site was set up by the state’s newspaper publishers through their trade group, the New Mexico Press Association. It

Head Rattler axed

In case you missed it: Longtime Tucumcari football coach Dub Smith says he’s been fired. Smith, the Rattlers’ head coach for 10 years, led the team to the state Class 2A title in 2002. Tucumcari was 5-6 last year. http://www.qcsunonline.com/news/coach_5981___article.html/football_rattlers.html • • • Sometimes, you can get something for nothing. Admission is free at Sunday’s […]

Happy Easter

Here are a few links to Easter-time stories you may have missed that were published in the past week in the Clovis News Journal and online. Happy Easter from the CNJ. http://www.cnjonline.com/articles/amazing_26866___article.html/astonishing_journey.html http://historyandspirituality.freedomblogging.com/http://www.cnjonline.com/news/crosses_26926___article.html/wooden_church.html http://www.cnjonline.com/opinion/peace_26899___article.html/test_recent.html

Mick remarking again

Mickey Winfield is blogging again. See what he has to say: http://micksremarks.freedomblogging.com/ • • • Earl is doing battle with a calf today. The daily comic can be found under “More features” below or at this link: http://www.cnjonline.com/sections/editors-notebook/earl/• • • Have you participated in our Web poll lately? To access it, click on “More features” […]

Editor has opinions

Editor David Stevens has a few final thoughts on the mayor’s race: Falling, with style

That’s what feet are for

Read any good blogs lately? Try Dianna Hernandez’s “An alternate ending:” An alternate ending

Election night, blow by blog

The editor blogged live on Tuesday night during Clovis’ municipal elections. See how it turned out: Falling, With Style

Player of the week: Flyrealtor

The first winner of our “Player of the Week Award” for leaving a witty, responsible and/or helpful viewpoint on our Web site is “Flyrealtor.” She weighed in on a debate about cleaning up Clovis. “I have a great idea,” she wrote. “Just reroute 60/84 through Llano Estacado. Then no one will have to see houses […]

And the winner is …

Now that cnjonline.com readers have learned to use our new system to leave online comments, seems like we should recognize the best players. And so each Monday, we will present a “Player of the Week Award,” for a comment that strikes our fancy. We’ll be looking for witty, responsible, helpful viewpoints. This week’s winner is […]

A few comments on comments

Three online reports have generated dozens of reader comments in recent weeks. That’s good, Editor David Stevens reports, but we do have a few rules. Check out his Web log: Falling, With Style • • • Need a little inspiration? Check out the Bible verse of the day, compiled by Dianna Hernandez. To access it, click […]

Here’s who’s news

Have you read Lorrie Lynch’s “Who’s News Blog?” USA Weekend’s columnist writes about the celebrity news of the day: Who’s News Blog • • • Want to participate in questions and answers with the editors? Email us

‘I hope they remember that I cared’

David Lansford, Clovis’ mayor the past 12 years, is stepping down next week. We have an in-depth feature scheduled for Sunday’s paper. In a two-hour interview this week, Lansford talked about highlights, and lowlights, in his career as a public servant. How would he like Clovis residents to remember him? “I hope they’ll remember that […]

It’s history

Do you know the history of Clovis? Check out the daily “Historically accurate” feature: Historically accurate • • • Have you visited Earl’s cartoon world? You just might get a kick out of him. Earl’s world • • • Read any good blogs lately? Sharna Johnson tells animal tales: In search of ponies • • […]