Retiree competes in pro bowling

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Freedom New Mexico: Clarence Plank Retired Tech. Sgt. Doug Kirkman practices at Mainline Bowl in Clovis. Kirkman is a member of the Senior Professional Bowling Association. By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico For Doug Kirkman the road to becoming a professional bowler has been full of holes, but he is making the best of the […]

Jury system imposing on business

I operate a small company with 14 employees. It is difficult for me to find professional, trained help, so each employee is vital to my business’ everyday operations. Panel jurists are not informed until after 5 p.m. whether they have jury duty the next day. Scheduling is impossible to plan, not knowing whether an employee […]

Commander monitors professional pulse

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan Cannon Family Practice Element Leader Capt. Lorraine Rivera-Emmanuelli shows personnel information to Lt. Col. James Reineke, chief nurse and Medical Operations Squadron commander. By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico Lt. Col. Jim Reineke keeps his finger of the professional pulse of the nurses and medical technicians at Cannon Air Force […]

In tribute: Athlete strived for perfection

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Courtesy photo Cecil Davis, a 1950 graduate of Clovis High School, went on to play baseball and basketball at Wayland Baptist University and professional baseball in the Detroit Tiger and Cincinnati Reds organizations. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Clovis native Cecil Davis aimed for perfection in every sport he played and every job he […]

Wine selection tips offered

By Anita Doberman: Local columnist You probably know by now that I am Italian, and I occasionally enjoy a good glass of wine. While I am not a professional wine connoisseur, I am going to share some basic tips, to help you pick a good bottle of wine, that my grandpa back in Italy has […]

A Country Rodeo

by Glenda Price Professional rodeos are fun, but my favorites are the small-town amateur “punkin rollins” and the ones at neighbor ranches. If we have an announcer at all he mostly yells through whatever kind of speaker system he can rig up. Often the local funnyman finds some baggy pants, borrows his wife’s makeup (which […]

June 17, 2008 Business Digest

New Mexico Machinery expanding operations locally Roswell-based New Mexico Machinery announced Monday it will expand its business to the Roosevelt and Curry county market with a new location in Portales at the intersection of U.S. 70 and N.M. 467. The business is expected to bring 12 professional-level jobs to the area.The business will include sales […]

Oct. 14 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: A 23-volume set of books, five videos and one audiocassette on fishing were given to the library in memory of Olen “Charlie” Gibbs. Covering every aspect of skills, techniques, equipment, bait, species, and cooking of freshwater fish, this series provides a complete angler’s library. The […]

Brothers earned spots in baseball’s history

By Don McAlvy: Columnist Five years ago I wrote a column about the Pioneer Baseball team in Clovis. You might remember that I called it the semi-professional baseball team. Did I ever get into trouble. You don’t want to mess with professional sports and fans of professional sports. Morning after the column ran I got […]

June 26, 1970

Three men were arraigned on charges of marijuana possession. A raid was conducted at the home of one of the suspects at 915 Axtell. Officials estimated they found 1 1/2 ounces of the drug. … Clovis Memorial Hospital officials had agreed to a new standard in work clothes for women. They were allowed to wear […]