Rising costs claim comics

Several readers noticed that Tuesday’s papers in Clovis and Portales had only one page of comics. Since we don’t publish on Mondays, we’d been publishing Monday and Tuesday comics in the Tuesday paper … until this week.

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What a year

We have several letters to the editor planned for Sunday’s paper. Here’s a preview:

Letters set for Sunday

We have several letters to the editor planned for Sunday’s paper. Here’s a preview:

If it feels good, watch out

We have several letters to the editor planned for Sunday’s paper. Here’s a preview:

Honoring the fallen

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Clovis High School English teacher Renie Smith, center, presents Sandra and Leroy Segura Sr. a picture of their son, Leroy Segura Jr., a former student of Clovis High School, Monday afternoon as part of a gold tag ceremony at the Traveling Tribute Wall. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer With […]

Recycling program ends at CAFB

Recycling collection has come to an end at Cannon Air Force Base and military family housing, due to funding restrictions and lack of available marketing for recycled material in the local area, according to a news release. All other collections remain the same. The contractor will pick up all recycling bins located at MFH units […]

It’s Their Business: Sandia Wholesale

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Sandia Wholesale By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: Sandia Wholesale What they do: They sell snack items and paper products in bulk quantities. Who’s in charge: Jim Graham Employees: 1 How long in business: 19 years Hours: 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m., Monday through Friday Contact: 769-3779 Of note: Graham brings his miniature schnauzer, […]

Recycling does more than reduce waste

By the 27th Special Operations Environmental Flight Our Nation recognizes Nov. 15, 2007, as America Recycles Day. Each of us can help protect the environment by following the three “Rs” (reduce, reuse and recycle) in their daily processes. How do the three “Rs” improve our quality of life? They reduce greenhouse gases, create jobs, make […]

Clovis News Journal offering free trial of online newspaper

CNJ staff Starting Monday, the latest issue of the Clovis News Journal is a mouse-click away. Freedom New Mexico is debuting its e-Paper feature, and is giving readers a 30-day free trial to test the online version of Freedom New Mexico’s three publications — the Clovis News Journal, the Portales News-Tribune and the Quay County […]

Reporter’s Notebook: Boy teaches others art of origami

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Courtesy photo By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor IF IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD, it takes a school to build a Senbazuru, and then some. That’s what fifth-grader Jacob Jones learned this past school year. For his independent project in the Gifted and Talented Program at Zia Elementary School, the 11-year-old chose […]

June 7, 1914

Mayor B.D. Oldham, who established Clovis’ First National Bank in the city’s infancy, said he was moving to Dallas for a position with a “large mercantile firm.” Oldham was also president of Clovis’ Chamber of Commerce and school board. … Former Clovis resident Geraldine Buchanan jumped into a “raging river” in California in an attempt […]

Rusty memories: Time capsule unearthed

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Clovis Mayor David Lansford, left, and Fire Chief Ray Westerman examine a time capsule Friday that was buried in 1957 at the Clovis Fire Department. The unearthing was the first event of Clovis’ centennial celebration. (CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer The star of the show was a rusty metal […]

Tornado tales: Bowling alley source of refuge

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer About 15 people huddled inside or near the locker room of Mainline Bowl on Friday night as the tornado roared by, according to employee Steve Foisie. The group included three employees and mostly children who were there to bowl. “The kids were crying,” Foisie said. Foisie heard a loud […]

America Recycles Day aims to reduce waste

America Recycles Day has been celebrated since 1997 to encourage recycling and preserve resources. Jake Madril Wednesday is America Recycles Day – a day set aside to encourage Americans to recycle and buy recycled products. First celebrated in 1997, the number of participants has grown each year as communities and individuals renew their commitment to […]

Finding the right chemistry

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks: Texico High chemistry teacher Wayne Anderson tracks the flight of a metal ring that was part of an class experiment Wednesday on electrons. By Marlena Hartz : CNJ staff writer Taped on the wall, there are nature’s elements — symbols on a periodic table. Wayne Anderson campaigns to reveal them. […]

Smell of money could be a lot worse

By Grant McGee: local columnist “It stinks here.” I overheard these words from a young woman visiting Clovis. I was standing in one of our stores when I heard this declaration. I was curious as to what Clovis smells like to a visitor. “Excuse me for overhearing you,” I said with a smile. “But what […]

Columnist takes heat for paper editorials

Ned Cantwell : State Columnist Miss Thistlewhistle, when you’ve finished popping chewing gum and making purring noises over the phone to Hank the Hunk, I need some help here. No, you won’t need the IPOD, just a notepad. Help me get a message out. Call David Stevens at the Clovis News Journal. If he’s not […]

Hundreds walk for cancer cure in area’s annual Relay for Life

By William Thompson Anna Winslow, a freshman at Portales High School, said she was walking in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life Friday night because she loves her grandmother so much. “My grandmother has had cancer three times,” Wallace said, “I’m doing this for her.” Wallace was joined by hundreds of area residents as […]

2/17 amos

Editor’s note: In light of Valentine’s Day just past, a reader asked about Amos’ love life, and, in response, he has requested we re-run this column about Jenny, his next-door neighbor, with whom he has fallen in love (although he prefers to say, “grew in love,” and it does seem to have a more natural […]