Children’s home more than house

My newest buddy is a 4-year-old from the New Mexico Christian Children’s Home — eight miles from Portales on Highway 236. Gary Cox, a house parent, brings the little ball of energy when he joins us for noon-time hoops in Portales. The boy, whose parents are incarcerated, and I visit when I get benched for […]

Clovis’ newest police chief discusses plans, challenges

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Steve Sanders was sworn in as Clovis’ police chief on Oct. 13. Steve Sanders was sworn in as Clovis’ police chief on Oct. 13.Sanders, 47, is a former commander with the Northglenn Police Department, has more than 21 years of experience in law enforcement and also holds a master’s degree […]

Sheriff’s office deploys newest drug dog

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Sheriff Matt Murray (left) and Undersheriff Wesley Waller (right) watch as Aaron and Erica Romero search a cell at the jail Tuesday. They said Aaron will be searching the facility regularly for narcotics from now on. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer As sheriff’s deputy Erica Romero pointed out vents, […]

Bahama Buck’s opening next month

This e-mail arrived on Wednesday from a representative of Clovis’ newest business:

Likely changes can be overcome

By Grant McGee: CNJ columnist The newest issue of “Mother Earth News” landed in the mailbox the other day. The Lady of the House thumbed through its pages as we sat under our shade tree. I was just starting to doze off when she laughed a bit and tossed the magazine on my lap. “Read […]

May 11, 2008 Letters to the Editor

Newest campus deemed a success Clovis’ Freshman Campus has been a success.

May 11, 2008 Letters to the Editor

Newest campus deemed a success Clovis’ Freshman Campus has been a success.

June 10, 1938

Clovis’ newest ordinance prohibited dancing in any place where alcoholic beverages or food were sold. The headline in the Clovis News-Journal proclaimed “Commission abolishes night clubs.” … Another new ordinance limited city residents to one horse per lot. … The Santa Fe Railway announced “improved passenger train service” to Kansas City, Chicago and Los Angeles. […]

March 7, 1984

Clovis’ newest city commissioners were James. B. Moss, James R. Dickenson, Jay Michael Johnson and Patrick C. Sandoval. Russell Muffley beat nine other candidates for the municipal judgeship. The March 6 election brought out 4,128 voters. … A Rotan, Texas, woman won the “name the cup contest” sponsored by Clovis-based Allsup’s convenience stores. She selected […]