Bloggers speculating governor wants changes

Robin Fornoff If Republican Gov. Susana Martinez has started a war within her own party as some political bloggers are speculating, few are talking about it for the record. Speculation centers on two of eastern New Mexico’s senior Republican senators: Senate Minority Leader Stuart Ingle of Portales and Clint Harden of Clovis. Harden announced his […]

Officials warn of ‘phishing’ scams targeting troops

By Lisa Daniel: American Forces Press Service WASHINGTON — U.S. Strategic Command officials are urging renewed vigilance against Internet-based identity theft after detecting a widespread “phishing” expedition against servicemembers. Phishing is a term used to describe deceiving people into divulging personal information such as passwords or account numbers over the Internet. Beginning as early as […]

Press release: DWI checkpoint for March 26

On Friday, 03/26/10, from 10:30 PM to 2:30 AM, Officers of the Clovis Police Department will be conducting a DWI Sobriety Check Point somewhere within the City of Clovis. Officers will be specifically targeting drunk drivers. The ODWI Grant makes this possible from Safer New Mexico Now.

City targeting money from state euthanasia law change

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CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson A male setter watches and licks his lips in anticipation as Animal Control Officer Robin Wiggins fills his bowl with food Friday at the Clovis Animal Shelter. City officials are still waiting for money promised by the state to aid in a forced change from the gas chamber to lethal […]

DWI saturation patrol Scheduled For Saturday Night in Clovis

April 19, 1921

Car thieves were targeting a carnival in town. Cars were stolen on two successive nights. One was recovered, but had been stripped of parts. … As workers paved the north end of Main Street, The Clovis Journal encouraged business owners to do away with “unsightly awnings” in hopes of achieving a “metropolitan appearance.” … The […]