Railroad fatalities not uncommon

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The death of a 56-year-old Clovis railroad conductor Saturday was the fourth employee fatality in the last 44 days for BNSF’s southwest division. BNSF spokesman Joe Faust said a locomotive engineer lost contact with Gregory Blevins when the two were preparing to move rail cars to a side rail. […]

Battling depression not uncommon

By Anita Doberman: CNJ columnist I’ve tried writing this column many times. I really wanted to come up with something clever to say, or a comment about all that’s going on. But I find myself unable to. I ran through my list of controversial topics to discuss, but even in my present state, the excitement […]

Clovis runaways uncommon


CNJ illustration: Sharna Johnson The majority of runaway Clovis teens are just kids acting out with every intention of returning home, according to police. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Almost every other day, Clovis police take a missing persons report on missing teens, but the majority of the time the reports turn out to […]