In Search of Ponies: Java the gender-bending cat

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer In hindsight, there were clues. But that’s hindsight. I pondered them as it sunk in, as I listened to my wide-eyed friend relay what the vet was saying on the other end of the call. “She said the procedure is done,” my friend said, “and asked if you want […]

Job fair set for Saturday

The Java Loft at 21st and Prince streets will play host Saturday to a job fair. Brad Gonzales, a NewsChannel 10 representative stationed in Clovis, said the job fair is a tie-in with the network’s affiliation with amarillojobspot.com. It is

June 30, 2008 Engagements

Flatow-Miller Carlton and Sandra Flatow of Clovis and Darvin and Andrea Lamm of Clovis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Siobhan Flatow, to Kyle Miller, both of Clovis. He is the son of Wendell and Linda Miller and Donna Fee, all of Cape Girardeau, Mo. The couple will exchange vows at 4 […]

Local business closings its doors

CNJ staff All Ways Travel, a local travel agency, will be closing its doors Friday, but the move isn’t expected to affect other businesses under the same ownership. The closing was confirmed Wednesday afternoon by an employee at the travel agency. Efforts to contact All Ways owner Tammy Garner were unsuccessful. Garner also owns The […]

Annie Moses Band to perform

CNJ Staff The Annie Moses Band from Nashville, Tenn., is coming to Clovis on Monday and Tuesday for a series of four concerts sponsored by First Christian Church of Clovis. The teenage team of one sister and three brothers, Annie, Alex and Benjamin Wolaver, are classically-trained violinists and singers who were formerly scholarship students at […]