Letters to the editor — Dec. 29

Agencies performing admirably Born and raised in Clovis, I have never witnessed what has gone down this year. Local law enforcement has spent more time literally in the field than the farmers due to the increase in theft of copper and other materials. I also have never seen such activity in grass fires as this […]

Hounds unable to overcome mistakes

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Eastern New Mexico University receiver Jessie Poku gets his hands on Midwestern State kick returner Trey Wolfe during the first quarter of Saturday’s Lone Star Conference crossover game at Greyhound Stadium. Dave Wagner BLACKWATER DRAW — Coach Mark Ribaudo knows the Eastern New Mexico University offense will make mistakes. After […]

Attorney general unable to determine open meeting violation

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The Attorney General’s Office says it was unable to determine if three Curry County commissioners held an illegal meeting in November, but admonished commissioners to exercise caution when gathering in a quorum, according to an opinion issued Friday. In February, the Clovis News Journal filed a formal complaint with […]

First Person: Bingo is her game-o

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CNJ Staff Photo: Liliana Castillo Glenda Null finds joy in ovolunteering for local seniors. Glenda Null, 54, calls bingo at a senior residence center, Dumpster dives for clothes to donate and makes rounds to homes of the elderly that are unable to leave their homes. She turned to volunteering after she was diagnosed with rheumatoid […]

2008 Curry County Fair Horse Show results

Editors note: The following are horse show fair results from the 2008 Curry County Fair. Due to deadlines these were unable to run in the Clovis News Journal’s Curry County Fair tab. Curry County Fair Youth Horse Show fair results: Judge:

Recent moisture too late for wheat harvest

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Curry County Extension Agent Stan Jones his year’s harvests would be a complete opposite of last year when dryland wheat crops received enough moisture to produce 1.5 million bushels of winter wheat compared to the 453,300 bushels a year before. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Most area farmers will […]

4/28 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: At 2:20 p.m. Tuesday, an officer was called to Marshall Junior High School, and a student was arrested and booked for possession of marijuana on school grounds after marijuana was found. The student was released after booking. • • • Officers responded to a […]

4/23 Local roundup

Firefighters: Lightning likely started grass fire Firefighters were battling a grass fire in Tolar on Saturday evening that likely was started by lightning, according to Lt. Tim Peterson of the Clovis Fire Department. Peterson said eight personnel and four units were dispatched to battle the blaze that he estimated was burning in a line across […]

4/9 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: Officers responded to a call at 9:30 p.m. Monday about shots fired in the 1100 block of Hinkle Street, and the caller said someone fired three to four rounds from a silver truck and drove away. Other witnesses reported hearing shots, saying […]