Animal shelter director retires

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Louisa Maestas retired July 29 from her position as Clovis Animal Shelter director after 28 years. Sharna Johnson Her first week on the job at the animal shelter, Louisa Maestas opened the cages of dogs and cats slated for euthanasia and shoed them out the door to save their lives. [...]

Superintendent wants transparency in bond sale

Liliana Castillo The Clovis Municipal Schools sale of $8 million worth of bonds is slated for Tuesday. Proceeds are the district’s share of money needed for construction projects. Superintendent Terry Myers said school bond sales are always open to the public but he has a special desire for the public to know when money raised [...]

Ticket feature: Bobby Vee returning to Clovis Music Festival

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Courtesy photo Musician Bobby Vee has played the Clovis Music Festival a handful of times and enjoys returning. Liliana Castillo Bobby Vee is returning to play the Clovis Music Festival this year. Vee has played the festival, slated for Sept. 9-12 at the Curry County Events Center, seven times he said and calls the experience [...]

Annual calf roping, cook-off events slated for weekend

Freedom New Mexico Joe’s Boot Shop is bringing calf roping action and chuck wagon cooking together this weekend at the Curry County Fairgrounds. The fifth annual Joe’s Boot Shop Calf Roping begins Friday at the Curry County Events Center. Chris Weber, advertising representative with Joe’s Boot Shop, said organizers are expecting large crowds because the [...]

N.M. SENATORS: N.M. MILITARY INSTALLATIONS SLATED FOR NEARLY $90 MILLION FROM ECONOMIC RECOVERY PACKAGE

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall today reported that at least $87 million will be spent on upgrades at New Mexico military installations.

County roadwork slated through October

CNJ Staff Curry County will be chip sealing Curry Road H between Curry Roads 13 and 14 and streets in the J.R. Shumate subdivision through the end of October, according to a press release from the county road department. The work zone lies between Curry roads 13 and 14, H and I, Road Superintendent Dennis [...]

CHS BASKETBALL: Cats to face Taos again

CNJ staff For the second consecutive day, the weather has impacted Clovis High’s Purple Pepper Shootout. Taos was slated to meet Roswell High at 6 p.m. and Canyon, Texas, was slated to take on the Wildcats at 7:30 p.m. Canyon and Roswell could not make the trip because of road conditions, so the Cats (14-1) [...]

Ex-CHS standout Greenwalt playing in Sweeden

CNJ staff Cisti Greenwalt’s journey back to the Women’s National Basketball Association has taken a stop in Sweden. The 2001 Clovis High grad, who had two stints with the WNBA’s Seattle Storm last year, is playing in Sweden’s top division for a team in Eskiltuna, a town of about 200,000. She said her agent arranged [...]

All-star game slated in Lubbock

CNJ staff LUBBOCK — Twelve players who are planning to walk on in football at Eastern New Mexico University are slated to participate in the first West Texas Football Classic, a benefit game set for June 4 at Lowery Field. Playing for the North squad are Tyler Caffey of Plains, Omar Jordan and Randy McBrewer [...]

Toy store winds down

By Darrell Todd Maurina The Clovis location of KB Toys is among 375 stores determined to be “underperforming” or that do not fit strategic plans and are slated for closure, according to a Wednesday press release from the company. A woman who identified herself as a manager said Wednesday evening that local employees were aware [...]