Businesses move out of downtown

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson Clovis’ Brown Shoe Fit Co. Manager Scott Crowley said moving the company’s two shoe stores from Main Street in downtown Clovis to North Prince Street will allow them to consolidate both stores under one roof andwhile gaining increased customer traffic. Sharna Johnson After 40 years doing shoe business in downtown […]

Dayhoff selling Clovis shoe stores

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Selling his two Clovis shoe stores was a bittersweet decision for Randy Dayhoff. After 56 years of ownership by the Dayhoff family, the business — Randy’s Shoes and Randy’s Workboot Store in the 400 block of Main Street — will be sold Wednesday to Brown’s Shoe Fit Co. of […]

3-25-08 It’s their business

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The Shoe String Name: The Shoe StringLocation: 421 MainWhat they do: It is a consignment business that carries clothes, shoes, purses, furniture and household items.Who’s in charge: Tracy OrozcoEmployees: TwoHow long in business: More than three yearsContact: 762-5210 It’s their business is compiled by CNJ administrative assistant Dianna Hernandez. She may be contacted at 763-6991 […]

Rotation key to proper shoe ownership

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers I work with a lot of women in my office, and I’m pretty sure that nearly half of the people I know are women. They always tell me the lesson Cinderella teaches is the right pair of shoes can change your life. But what if the opposite is true, and […]

May 22, 1959

Clovis Bowling Club was preparing for its grand opening at 2400 W. Seventh St. Door prizes included custom-fitted bowling balls and shoes. … Martha Wayne, the Jackson Twins and Boots were among popular comic strips. … Village Record Shop, 113 E. Seventh St., was introducing a new line of “quality long plays” for $1.98 each. […]

A sole man

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Sterlin Sasser demonstrates how to remove the sole of a boot at his shop in downtown Clovis. (CNJ Staff Photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Not all shoes can get a life extension, even in his hands. Grabbing a cowboy boot embellished with turquoise stitching, Sterlin Sasser refers to welt — the […]

Security bans: How far will airports go?

By Freedom Newspapers The arrests in England of those accused of plotting to blow up American airliners has reawakened the public to the threat that international terrorism poses. Fortunately, British counter-terrorism agents, with significant help from Pakistani intelligence officials, detected the plot weeks ago and moved in to stop it as it reached “a critical […]

Empty stocking: Dec. 23, 2004

Today’s focus: Debbie Household members: 4 Children: 2 Special circumstances: My husband and I are both full time students with little income and not enough money for Christmas. Clothing needs: Boy’s pant size 34 x 32; girl’s pant size 16 girl; boy’s shirt size L; girl’s shirt size L; boys shoe size 8; girl’s shoe […]

Empty Stocking: Nov. 26, 2004

Today’s focus: Sheila Household members: 4 Children: 3 Special circumstances: “ I am asking for help because I really need it. I don’t have money to give my kids a good Christmas. I know that I can’t do it for them, and I don’t want them to go without because of me.” Her holiday hopes: […]

Edwards Sr., James

James Elmore Edwards Sr., 85, of Clovis, Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Laurel Ridge Healthcare in Clovis. He was born on July 11, 1919, in Vici, Okla., to William H. and Vivian T. Edwards. He married Helen Van Burkleo on June 3, 1951, in Altus, Okla. He earned a bachelor degree from the University of […]