Clovis Community College hosting variety show

Clovis Community College will host the High Plains Chorale Variety Show Sunday at the campus’ Town Hall building. The free concert is set for 2:30 p.m. More than 30 singers from throughout the community will perform contemporary tunes, African American spirituals, and classics from such writers as Stephen Foster and George and Ira Gershwin. Selections […]

Volunteer opportunity: Retired and senior volunteer program

Retired and Senior Volunteer Program offers a wide variety of opportunities for older adults. Information: 763-6009

July 12, 1945

City commissioners approved an ordinance levying a tax of 1 cent per gallon on all gasoline sold at retail stores in Clovis. … Dr. V. Scott Johnson, who had practiced medicine in Farwell for 15 years, opened an office at 419 Mitchell in Clovis. …Guthals Produce Co. at 200 E. 1st St., sold a variety […]

July 8, 1964

Officers were investigating a burglary at Sears, which was located at 701 Main. An undetermined amount of clothing was taken. … Jerry Leon Shed had his jail sentence deferred by Judge E.T. Hensley Jr., after being picked up in Oklahoma for breaking and entering. He was picked up in Ardmore Okla. with a skull in […]

Dairies spur alfalfa production

By Leonard Lauriault: Ag Sense Alfalfa acreage continues to increase in the Texas counties west of I-27 and Curry and Roosevelt counties despite the declining availability of water for irrigation in the region. This increase is directly related to an increase in the number of dairies in the area. Although alfalfa may not produce as […]

March 3, 1916

A smallpox scare was beginning to reach “serious proportion,” The Clovis Journal reported. The newspaper did not estimate the number afflicted with the disease but a headline reported “Many avoid quarantine by not reporting disease.” Health officials warned they were considering a ban on Clovis residents leaving town by train. The epidemic was reported under […]

Chaplain enjoys serving soldiers

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Courtesy photo: Airman 1st Class Randi RickardsCapt. Eusebia Rios of Cannon Air Force Base takes aim during a dodgeball game. By Janet Taylor-Birkey: Freedom Newspapers Capt. Eusebia Rios can often be seen at squadron briefings, but she’s just as likely to be avoiding a fast speeding ball in a friendly game of dodgeball at the […]

AgSense: Planting plans should begin before harvest

By Rex Kirksey: Guest columnist As the wheat harvest approaches, we all hope the threat of hail holds off for at least a few more weeks. But, even before this year’s wheat crop is out of the field, planting plans for next fall should be well under way. Proper variety selection is one management tool […]

5/21 School menus

House Monday: Breakfast — Omelets and salsa, cereal, juice and milk . Lunch —Variety of pizza, corn, fruit, salad bar/soup, and a variety of milk. Tuesday: Breakfast — Breakfast pizza, cereal, juice and milk . Lunch — Hamburgers with cheese, tater tots, green beans, fruit, salad bar/soup, and a variety of milk. Wednesday: Breakfast — […]