Weekly LSC update — Oct. 27

Standings Conf. All W-L W-L West Texas A&M 15-1 25-2 Angelo State 14-1 25-2 Abilene Christian 10-5 16-11 Tarleton State 8-7 14-13 Cameron 8-8 14-10 Texas Woman’s 8-8 10-15 Midwestern State 7-9 15-10 Incarnate Word 6-10 11-14 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-11 13-12 Texas A&M-Commerce 4-11 9-14 EasternNew Mexico 1-15 5-20 Thursday’s matches Abilene Christian 3, Texas [...]

Education digest —

Students participate in leadership conference Fifteen students from Yucca Middle School, Clovis Freshman Academy and Clovis High participated in the New Mexico Career Technical Education Fall Leadership Conference Oct. 16-18 in Bonita Park. More than 300 career and technical education students took part in workshops at the conference focusing on developing leadership skills in the [...]

LSC football update – Oct. 24

Standings All Times MDT Conf. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 6-0 7-0 West Texas A&M 5-1 5-2 Abilene Christian 4-1 5-2 Tarleton State 3-3 3-5 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2-3 4-4 Incarnate Word 2-3 2-5 Angelo State 1-4 4-4 Eastern New Mexico 1-4 2-6 Texas A&M-Commerce 0-5 0-7 Saturday’s games Angelo State 45, Texas A&^M-Commerce 14; West [...]

Weekly update — Oct. 23

County manager not subject of investigation About the only thing Curry County officials are saying is: There is an investigation and County Manager Lance Pyle isn’t the subject. Pyle was excluded from most of an executive session Tuesday that followed the county commission meeting at Melrose City Hall, then asked to attend for a few [...]

Religion digest — Oct. 21

Church hosting new Bible study Clovis’ First Christian Church is hosting a new Bible study program aimed at increasing Bible literacy among people of all ages. The Story Church Campaign offers up to 31 weeks of comprehensive Bible study using The Story, a best-selling book containing 31 chapters of carefully selected Scripture, according to a [...]

Religion calendar — Oct. 21

Saturday Contemporary Worship Service — 5 p.m., First Presbyterian Church. Information: 763-6821. Sunday Worship service and Sunday school — 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Sunday worship with communion Trinity Lutheran Church, ELCA, 1705 W. 21st St. Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Information: 763-4816. Worship service — 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m., Central Baptist Church. Fellowship and [...]

Business licenses — Oct. 18

The following business licenses were obtained from the city of Clovis in the month of September: • Life Changes Counseling & ConsultingType: CounselingOwner: Sandra TurnerLocation: 2300 Main, Suite 29 • KC Hannah ConstructionType: General ContractorOwner: R.L. SmithLocation: 3201 Axtell St. • Rusty’s GrillType: Mobile FoodOwner: Grace FinkeyLocation: 325 Prairieview • Eagle Carports Inc. Type: CarportsOwner: [...]

Business digest —

CCC receives grant from Xcel Clovis Community College has received $4,000 in grant money from the Xcel Energy Foundation. The money is part the foundation’s arts and culture focus cycle. The total award of $41,500 was spread to 13 nonprofit groups promoting the arts in eastern and southeastern New Mexico The other cycles are education, [...]

Club notes — Oct. 16

Pilot Club The Pilot Club of Clovis held their monthly business meeting at Muffley’s Backdoor Room. A report was given on a workshop in Denver by President Sue Rutter. Also attending the workshop were Pilot members Janet Barnhart and Rosie Cox. The Club recently completed their fund raising of selling nuts. Nuts will still be [...]

On the shelves — Oct. 10

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans” by Alison Owings takes the reader on a fresh journey across America as men and women from sixteen different tribal nations speak with candor, insight, and humor about what it is like to be Native American in the twenty-first century. [...]