June 22, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Three books in the Daughters of Lancaster County series by Wanda Brunstetter, two volumes of Sisters of the Quilt series by Cindy Woodsmall, and The Crossroad by Beverly Lewis were given by Maria Inman in memory of Sara Denise Shell. Readers of Christian fiction will […]

May 20, 2008 Best Bet on TV

What: Shark Where: CBS When: 8 p.m. What it’s about: In the series finale, Sebastian’s nemesis, convicted murderer Wayne Callison (Billy Campbell), escapes from prison and threatens to take revenge on Sebastian by harming Julie.

Zias take series from WT

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — At 5-foot-4, Laura Thompson doesn’t exactly look like the home run type. She put a charge into one on Sunday, though, and all but clinched a Lone Star Conference South Division series victory for the Eastern New Mexico University softball team. With runners at first and second […]

Hounds turn back Javelinas in series opener

CNJ staff A four-run fifth — on only one hit — broke the game open and Eastern New Mexico University went on to a 7-4 victory over Texas A&M-Kingsville Friday night in the opener of a four-game Lone Star Conference baseball series at Greyhound Field. Leading 3-2, the Greyhounds (13-8, 7-6 LSC) loaded the bases […]

Angelo State turns back Zias in series opener

CNJ staff PORTALES — Angelo State’s Kari Galm scattered eight hits and shortstop Macy Baker homered, leading the Rambelles to a 4-1 Lone Star Conference South Division victory over Eastern New Mexico University at Zia Softball Field. Galm (10-1) lost her bid for a shutout in the bottom of the sixth when ENMU’s Haley Hays […]

Aggies nip Hounds in opener

CNJ staff LAWTON, Okla. — Pinch-hitter Josh Mathieson led off the bottom of the 10th with his first home run of the season, giving the Cameron Aggies a 4-3 Lone Star Conference baseball victory over Eastern New Mexico University on Friday in the opener of a four-game series. Mathieson’s blast made a winner of reliever […]

Wildcats pull away

Jaye Crockett scored 27 points to lead Clovis to a 77-61 win over Eldorado in a boys basketball game Tuesday in Albuquerque. Jaden Isler added 20 points and Bryce Hill 17 as the Wildcats stayed unbeaten at 15-0. The game was tied at 28 at halftime. • • • Here’s a list of stories we’re […]

Generosity makes Rockies top pick

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer With Tom Brady throwing touchdown after touchdown for my fantasy football team and Kevin Garnett lacing them up for the Boston Celtics, I’m really happy with the way Boston sports are going. However, I can’t go for baseball’s Boston participant. Nothing against the Red Sox, but I’m rooting for […]

Oct. 25, 1917

The Clovis Journal reported that Chicago won the World Series with a 4-2 victory over the New York Giants. … Dr. A.L. Dillon was among Curry County prohibition supporters organizing a statewide fight for prohibition. … The latest style of women’s boots could be purchased at Jackman’s for $10.

Religion Digest: Church holding animal blessing

There will be a blessing of the animals at 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Trinity Lutheran Church located at 1705 W. 21st St. The blessing will be hosted by Pastor Margot Thompson of Trinity United Methodist Church and Father Ben Wright of St. James Episcopal Church. All animals are asked to be caged, leashed […]

Oct. 4, 1933

The Clovis Evening News-Journal reported the New York Giants took the opener of the World Series against the Washington Senators. … Diamond brooches ranging in price from $30 to $15 could be purchased at May Bros. Jewelry at 320 Main St. … The Clovis Evening News-Journal invited Clovis baseball fans to join them at their […]

North wraps up series sweep

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle Clovis’s Jordan Garrett waits for her turn at the plate during Saturday’s finale of the NMHSCA all-star softball series at Lady Wildcat Complex. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer In her last game at Lady Wildcat Complex, Clovis High’s Jordan Garrett went out with a bang. Unfortunately for her South […]

‘Sopranos’ fans left fuming

By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer Many fans of the critically acclaimed HBO series, “The Sopranos,” felt they were left hanging by Sunday night’s final episode. “I was like, ‘That’s it?’” said Tammy Batchelor, 42, senior manager of Clovis’ Hollywood Video. “Literally, I spent money on HBO for two years for that.” After a blood […]

Zias ride hot bats to sweep of Abilene Christian

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s bats were smoking on Sunday, helping the Zias greatly improve their position in the battle for a Lone Star Conference tournament berth. ENMU used consecutive big innings to outlast Abilene Christian 13-9 in the opener, then rode a five-hit pitching performance from freshman […]

ENMU, Buffs adjust baseball series

CNJ staff PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s four-game Lone Star Conference South Division series against rival West Texas A&M has been shuffled. The teams meet in 1 p.m. twin bills today and Friday at Potter County Memorial Stadium in Amarillo. Originally, the teams were to play single games on Friday night and Sunday afternoon […]

Highlands rallies for series split

CNJ staff PORTALES — Coming off two eight-inning losses on Saturday, it would’ve been hard to blame New Mexico Highlands’ softball team for feeling snake-bit when Michelle Anderson’s two-run homer in the seventh forced an extra frame again on Sunday. The Cowgirls recovered, though, scoring three times in the eighth for a 10-7 win over […]

Inspirational sports movies overrated

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer There’s one thing I’m looking forward to about 2007. It’s not the party I’m planning to celebrate the San Francisco 49ers’ seven-win season, and it’s not the 50-something credit card offers I’ll receive (I could have pooled all of my offered credit limits in 2006 and bought a $137,000 […]

Holidays evoke many emotions

By Clyde Davis: Local Columnist Along about mid-December, few of us can be blamed, or even held accountable, if we begin to get a bit Scroogified about the season. That might be especially true if one hasn’t done all of one’s shopping, and knows that the other schedule-challenged shoppers will be out there, running around […]

CNJ wins 14 awards

CNJ Staff The Clovis News Journal captured 11 first-place honors and three second-place awards Saturday in the New Mexico Press Association contest. Two other Freedom Newspapers of New Mexico, the Portales News-Tribune and Quay County Sun, earned four first-place awards as well. First place for newspapers with under-10,000 circulation went to the Clovis News Journal […]

Momentum a monumental deception

By Steve Chapman: Syndicated columnist Once you read the first sentence of this column, its momentum will carry you from paragraph to paragraph until a few minutes from now, you arrive, blissfully enlightened, at the final word. No, you say? You may stop reading right now, or halfway through? Well, that’s a shame. But it […]