Press release: City adding stop signs

Over the next several months the City of Clovis Public Works Department will be installing stop signs in the area located between Seventh Street and 14th Street and Cameo Street and Thornton Street. The signs are being installed to provide control at previously unmarked intersections. In order to keep with a uniform approach to the […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Diet Rehab: 28 Days to Finally Stop Craving the Foods That Make You Fat” by Mike Dow eases dieters off the foods that they have come to depend on for emotional support although they ultimately leave one feeling worse than before, and shows how to transition […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “The Body Language of Dating: Read His Signals, Send Your Own, and Get the Guy” by Tonya Reiman decodes the nonverbal signals and silent messages that state the other person’s state of mind, providing the tools needed for success in today’s dating scenarios and laying the […]

Forums to be conducted on jail bond issue

Curry County jail Administrator Gerry Billy will conduct four public forums on a $9.3 million bond issue referendum scheduled for April 3. The public forums are: • 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Clovis Carver Public Library’s north annex. • 11:30 a.m. March 15 at the Melrose Senior Center, 427 Main St., Melrose; • 6 p.m. […]

Public safety should be cause for concern

The Albuquerque Journal A federal nuclear safety board — not rabid antinuclear protesters or perennial not-in-my-backyard nuclear critics — contends the reactor at Sandia National Labs might pose safety issues. And the best Sandia can do is offer up two paragraphs of vague assurances that amount to “pay no attention to the man behind the […]

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The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library “Deep Trails in the Old West: A Frontier Memoir” by Frank Clifford offers an entertaining and informative memoir that paints an authentic, eye-witness picture of how ranchers and ordinary folk lived, worked, kept one step ahead of the law, and stayed alive in the Southwest during […]

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The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library “Power, Politics, and Universal Health Care: The Inside Story of a Century-long Battle” by Stuart Altman takes a historical look at the sometimes hap-hazard, piece-by-piece construction of the nation’s health care system, the factors that led to success or failure, and intriguing stories behind the landmark […]

Tuesday morning briefing: Code talkers and how to be a Scout

Good morning and welcome to the Tuesday briefing. Code talker The Chester Nez: World War II Navajo Code Talker presentation is 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Free and open to the public. Become a Scout The Mulligan stew dinner and Boy Scout sign-up is 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday at Oasis […]

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The Following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “The Secret Lives of Wives: Woman Share What It Really Takes to Stay Married” by Iris Krasnow uncovers the secrets of couples who manage to stay together for the long haul, and how they navigated the temptations and hard twists that inevitably occur in unions that […]

Ex-deputy chief pleads no contest

Former Portales Deputy Police Chief Lonnie Berry has pleaded no contest to three counts of tampering with public records. The plea agreement places him on 18 months of unsupervised probation. Berry declined comment immediately after the court hearing. Accusations against him were

Charges pending in Muleshoe shooting

CNJ staff The Texas Department of Public Safety is releasing few details on a Friday officer-involved shooting in Muleshoe. A release from Cpl. John Gonzales of the DPS’ Lubbock office said charges are still pending from an incident that led to an exchange of gunfire between Juan Mendoza Quezada, 44, and Muleshoe Sgt. Steve Bartley, […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “The Collapse of American Criminal Justice” by William Stuntz examines the roots of a system that has become harsh, ineffective, and discriminatory, resulting in a gigantic prison population while giving short shrift to fairness and equality. “Requiem for a Gypsy” by Michael Genelin centers on Commander […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “The Eighty-Dollar Champion: Snowman, the Horse That Inspired a Nation” by Elizabeth Letts brings to life a forgotten slice of American racing history in the moving story of an indomitable immigrant farmer, his drab, former plow horse named Snowman, and their against-the-odds journey all the way […]

Health department seeking Clovis man for treatment

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Courtesy photo Robert. J. Gutierrez, 45, of Clovis has been diagnosed with active pulmonary tuberculosis with cavitary lung disease. CNJ staff The New Mexico Department of Public Health is looking for a man it believes needs isolated medical treatment. Robert. J. Gutierrez, 45, of Clovis has been diagnosed with active pulmonary tuberculosis with cavitary lung […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “My Family Table: A Passionate Plea for Home Cooking” by John Besh was given by James and Janice Gravely in memory of Nell Morris. The James Beard Award-winning restaurateur and “Iron Chef” champion makes a case for the importance of home-cooked meals while sharing essential advice […]

On the shelves — Jan. 22

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Boomerang: Travels in the New Third World” by Michael Lewis gives a guided tour through some of the far-reaching places hard hit by the fiscal tsunami of 2008, showing that cheap credit was the prelude to the global debt crisis that lies behind today’s headlines, and […]

Get dressed on your own time, officers

Freedom New Mexico Taxpayers, reform advocates and those concerned with responsible government budgeting and reining in the power of public employee unions claimed a small victory this month when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal of a lawsuit against the city of San Diego by its police officers, seeking back pay and […]

Meetings watch: Clovis City Commission

The Clovis City Commission will meet 5:15 p.m. Thursday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Agenda items include: • Introduction of an ordinance that would combine the Parks and Recreation Board, the Keep Clovis Beautiful Committee and the Ned Houk Park Board. Members of each board have expressed frustration at an inability […]

Press release: Round two of Air Force civilian restructure affects positions at Cannon

(From Cannon Air Force Base public affairs) CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – On Jan. 11 the Air Force announces 4,500 additional positions for elimination as a continuation of its FY12 Civilian Workforce Restructure. This reduction builds on realignments announced in November and responds to the Secretary of Defense’s direction to target civilian funding at […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Summer Ball” by Mike Lupica was given by Kollye and Houston Walker in memory of Coby Joe Greenwalt. Danny Walker is the smallest kid playing in a big man’s game, but after leading his basketball team to the national championship, he finds that being at the […]