LSC races tight heading into final week

CNJ staff The Lone Star Conference basketball regular season is down to its final week. All but one of the 21 teams — 10 men’s, 11 women’s — remain in the running for the conference tournament, which is slated for Feb. 29-March 4 at Allen, Texas. The top eight teams on each side qualify. For […]

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Clovis BPO Does Clovis BPO Does held a regular meeting on Jan. 26 with President Sandie Kitchens presiding. Entertainment Chairman Kandi Hall announced there would be an Elks/Does Valentine’s Dinner and Dance on Feb. 11. The cost is $15 per person for advance sales and $20 at the door. Membership Chairman Sammye May read a […]

Regular church attendance can make you fat

Curtis Shelburne Have you heard the latest “health” news? It seems that going to church—I mean really going, so regularly that folks notice when you’re absent—not just going at Christmas and Easter and whenever completely convenient and the barometric pressure is right and none of the kids are kicking balls and no relatives are visiting […]

Club notes — March 13

Beta Phi Four members and seven guests attended the regular meeting Feb. 7 at 11 a.m. at Furr’s Cafeteria. The chapter received a thank you letter and a tax receipt from Bread of Life Orphange in Brosteni, Romania. March will be Forcaster Seal’s. Bring all aluminum tabs, coupons or anything else you have to turn […]

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Beta Phi Six members attended the regular meeting on Nov. 2, 2010, at Collene Baldwin’s. Patsy Lornez received her 25-year pin and was also presented a service pin in honor of Ola Curry’s five years of membership in Epsilon Sigma Alfa Educational program. The capitol of New Mexico is Santa Fe and is the fourth […]

Pecos League to hold series in Clovis

One day after dropping the Clovis Pioneers from the 2011 lineup, the Pecos League is scheduling a preview of what it hopes could be a launching point to its inclusion in the independent league in 2012. Commissioner Andrew Dunn said Clovis is the scheduled host for a three-game regular season series between the Carlsbad Bats […]

Commission gives jail administrator raise

Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Jail Administrator Keith Norwood will get a $1,500 raise and training he asked for but commissioners told him to pay for a concealed weapons permit himself. The 4-1 decision was made Thursday during a regular Curry County Commission meeting. “I too have a concealed carry permit (and) I’m an elected […]

Club notes — Nov. 14

Clovis BPO Does Clovis BPO Does held a regular meeting on Nov. 4, 2010. The Nominating Committee presented the slate of new Drove Officers for 2011. All present were elected to their respective offices. Judiciary Chairman Kristy Marney read the proposed new standing rules and by-laws for the Drove. These will be voted on at […]

Comfortable cows important to dairy owners

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Freedom new Mexico: Tony Bullocks Dairy cows on Greenfield Park Dairy are provided with special mats in the milking parlor, providing extra comfort to for the standing cows during milking. Argen Duncan Cows have regular pedicures. Really. Dairy owners use pedicures — hoof trimming — along with a variety of other methods to keep their […]

Police records division closing for training

CNJ staff The records division of the Clovis Police Department will be closed July 26 for staff training. The training is to implement a new records management software, according to a press release. Regular hours will resume the following day at 8 a.m. Information: 763-9428.

Richardson to deliver final State of State address

By Steve Terrell and Kate Nash: The Santa Fe New Mexican Gov. Bill Richardson delivers his eighth and final State of the State address today, shortly after the second regular session of the 49th Legislature convenes in Santa Fe. Richardson, who by law can’t seek a third consecutive term, promises his speech will be short, […]

Lone Star Conference baseball, softball update

CNJ staff Baseball standings(Regular-season final)

Meetings watch — City commission

CNJ staff The Clovis City Commission meets in regular session 5:15 p.m. Thursday at the Clovis-Carver Public Library’s North Annex. Agenda items include: • An ordinance to authorize the sale of industrial revenue bonds for Southwest Cheese. • Approval for two members to serve on the civil aviation board. • Task orders for the Wastewater […]

March 4, 2009 Lone Star Conference Basketball Standings

Freedom New Mexico Standings (Regular season final) All times Mountain Men South Division Div. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 10-2 21-6 Angelo State 8-4 20-7 Texas A&M-Kingsville 8-4 18-9 Tarleton State 6-6 18-9 West Texas A&M 6-6 16-11 Abilene Christian 4-8 10-16 Eastern New Mexico 0-12 4-23 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Central Oklahoma […]

Residents make Farmers’ Market regular stop

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CNJ Staff Photo: Gabriel Monte Martie Hale, 71 of Clovis, said she buys her vegetables from the Farmers’ Market in Clovis because they are fresher than produce at supermarkets. “I need to eat well, to stay as healthy as I can,” she said. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer On doctor’s orders, Martie Hale of […]

Education feature: Schools facing shortage of crossing guards

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo The Clovis schools system is seeking 7 crossing guards. CNJ staff The Clovis Municipal Schools system is short on crossing guards. Clovis schools needs to fill two regular positions and five substitutes Joel Shirley, deputy superintendent of operations for the school district, said a full staff of crossing guards would […]

Official: New ID system protects students

By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent Finger imprints and new rules for school publications were the major topics of conversation Tuesday in a regular meeting of the Clovis Municipal Schools board of education. Though Clovis schools superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm said only a couple of complaints had made their way to her desk regarding a new system […]

Rodeo champ stays busy

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo World all-around champion Trevor Brazile of Decatur, Texas, competes in steep roping on Thursday at Curry County Mounted Patrol Arena. Part of the week-long Pioneer Days celebration, the event featured some of the world’s top steer ropers. By Eric Butler: CNJ correspondent The 38th annual PRCA Pioneer Days Rodeo began […]

Mule baseball trivia

Major League Baseball’s first pitch of the 2008 regular season is less than a week away.

3-11-08 It’s their job

Name: Glamour PetsLocation: 1520 Pile St. What they do: They offer dog grooming services including regular, medicated or oatmeal baths, toenail clipping, ear cleaning, decorative ribbons and nail polish.Who’s in charge: Tani MaloneEmployees: TwoHow long in business: More than two yearsHours: Monday through Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Contact: 763-4083 or e-mail: tmalone3@suddenlink.netOf note: Malone suggests […]