Kemp’s ideas of liberty will be sorely missed

Freedom Communications Several observers have claimed that Jack Kemp, who followed a sterling career in

In Tribute: Family: Practical joker took God seriously

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Sterling Graham worked hard as a farmer, a hospital maintenance supervisor, and to never lose a practical joke battle. But Graham’s greatest work, his children said, was trying to be the best Christian, father and grandfather he could be. Graham died Oct. 9 at Parmer County Community Hospital in […]

Clovis graduate became railroad chairman

BY Don McAlavy: Local Columnist The man who built Clovis’ first school and first courthouse came to New Mexico to restore his health. He didn’t live long but he accomplished much in Clovis. His name was J. Sterling Marsh, born 1878, near Lynchburg, Va. Marsh first located at Albuquerque, but then to El Paso, Texas. […]

Echelbarger, Wayne Eugene

Wayne Eugene Echelbarger Services: Have been held. Wayne Eugene Echelbarger, 82, of Clovis died Wednesday, March 31, 2004, at Laurel Ridge Healthcare. He was born Oct. 13, 1921, in Yorktown, Ill., to Jess Lee and Ida Elsie Williford Echelbarger. Family members said he served in the U.S. Army during World War II and fought at […]

Lockmiller, Cordie

Cordie Lockmiller Services: Have been held. Mrs. Cordie Mae Lockmiller, 69, of Clovis, owner of C&L Drapery and Upholstery, died Thursday, July 3, 2003, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. She was born on Jan. 25, 1934, in Clovis to James and Beatrice Smith Stephens. Mrs. Lockmiller was a lifetime resident of Clovis. She […]