ENMU alumni shrimp boil rescheduled

CNJ staff The Alumni Affairs office of Eastern New Mexico University has rescheduled its annual Alumni Shrimp Boil for 6 p.m. on Aug. 13. at the Yam Theatre in Portales. It was originally scheduled for June 11. The cost is $30 per person, and proceeds go toward scholarships for high school seniors planning to attend […]

Airport meeting rescheduled

CNJ staff The Clovis Municipal Airport Committee meeting has been rescheduled for the same time the following 6 p.m. next Tuesday at the Clovis Municipal Airport. The meeting was postponed Tuesday. Information: Steve Summers, Airport Director, at 769-7890.

Weekly update — Dec. 12

Discrimination hearing delayed A discrimination hearing into the firing of former Melrose Police Chief Jennifer Dreiling has been delayed again. Originally scheduled for Sept. 14-15, the hearing was rescheduled for Dec. 13-14 and has now been pushed to Feb. 15-16, according to Dreiling’s attorney Dan Lindsey. The hearing is expected to be held in Clovis […]

Habitat for Humanity meeting canceled

Freedom New Mexico The Habitat for Humanity of Roosevelt and Curry Counties Inc. family support volunteer meeting scheduled for today in Portales has been canceled. The meeting is to be rescheduled for January. Information: 359-1344 or habitatrcc@yahoo.com.

Pre-trial hearing set for Mesalands president

Freedom New Mexico Pre-trial hearings on drunk driving charges against Mesalands Community College President Philip O. Barry have been rescheduled. Proceedings set to begin Monday were rescheduled for Feb. 3 in Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court in Albuquerque. The proceedings have been rescheduled three times. Barry was arrested in Albuquerque last October and charged with driving […]

School board postpones meeting

By CNJ staff The Clovis Board of Education rescheduled Tuesday’s meeting until next week because the board did not have enough members to form a quorum, according to a Clovis Schools news release. The board was scheduled for a visitation meeting at Sandia Elementary School.

Williams, Purdy earn second-place finishes

CNJ STAFF AMARILLO — Phillip Williams and Charles Purdy earned second-place finishes for the Clovis High boys in the Amarillo Relays track meet Friday and Saturday at Dick Bivins Stadium. Williams went 22 feet in long jump while Purdy threw 53-4. Other placers for the Wildcats were Matt Appelman, 10:09 for third in the 3,200, […]