Club notes —

Daughters of the American Revolution The January meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution was held in the home of Vicky Stratton in Portales on Jan. 14. After opening rituals led by Regent Pam Wallace, the President’s General’s New Year message was read by Stratton. Jessie Strauch, who is a charter member of the […]

Club notes — Nov. 13

Beta Phi Eight members of Beta Phi had their October Social Oct. 15 at IHop. The girls enjoyed a scrumptious breakfast. Collene Baldwin, Sandy Friday, Dottie Good, Laura Lofflin, Patsy Lorenz, Bev Miller, Suzy Moore and Rachel Wallace were in attendance. — Submitted by Bev Miller

Club notes —

Beta Phi Five members and four guests of the Beta Phi enjoyed a delicious breakfast held July 9, 2011, at the Rose Garden in Pleasant Hill for their Rush Social and a pledge ceremony was held for Dottie Good and Rachel Wallace. Collen Baldwin, Nathan Blandings, Sandy Friday, Laura Loflin, Patsy Lorenz, Bev Miller, June […]

Police blotter — Sept. 26

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: Around 5 p.m. Sept. 8 an officer was flagged down by a woman in the area of 12th and Wallace streets. The woman said someone had just driven by her home and fired a gun towards residences. Officers spoke with two men […]

Office store originally printing plant

By Don McAlavy: FNM columnist L ester Wallace Oswald started work at the Clovis Printing Plant at 313 Main in 1932. (I worked for Wallace Oswald at the print shop from around 1947 for 40 or more years.) Oswald was born Oct. 18, 1902, in Delaware, Ohio. Mildred Ufferman was born in the same city […]

Two Clovis Women Sentenced to Serve One Year for Aiding in Curry County Jail Escape

Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced today that Robin Kirven, age 40, and Samantha Wallace, age 21, was convicted of Harboring a Felon. The incident stems from August 24th, 2008, when Michael England, along with seven other jail inmates escaped from the Curry County Detention Center. England was awaiting trial for Tampering with Evidence […]

Press release: Women sentenced for aiding in escape

Clovis, NM ~ Ninth Judicial District Attorney Matthew Chandler announced today that Robin Kirven, age 40, and Samantha Wallace, age 21, was convicted of Harboring a Felon. The incident stems from August 24th, 2008, when Michael England, along with seven other jail inmates escaped from the Curry County Detention Center.

June 15, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at the Clovis-Carver Public Library: Cowboy Values: Recapturing What America Once Stood For by James Owen was given by Jerry and Doris Wallace in memory of Sue Pierce. Living by the code of a simpler time that centered on honesty, loyalty and courage, the working cowboy personifies bedrock values that […]

It’s Their Business: Roller World

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Name: Roller World Location: 1721 Wallace What they do: They have an indoor skating rink and offer skate and roller blade rentals from toddler to adult size. Employees also play skating games such as Limbo with customers. They also have a bounce house, miniature blacklight golf, an arcade, and a snack bar. Who’s in charge: […]

May 18, 2008 Library books

The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library: American Masters of Sculpture by Charles Caffin was given by Jerry and Doris Wallace in memory of Ruth Gore. The works of 11 of America’s foremost sculptures are presented along with photographs representative of their most outstanding pieces and an analysis of the elements of composition […]

Three arrested in 13-month-old homicide case

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Booking photo: Curry County Adult Detention Center Larry McClendon and two other Clovis men are charged with an open count of murder in the 2007 shooting death of Emmett Salisbury. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Vassie Salisbury said she had given up hope anybody would be arrested in her son’s homicide after 13 months. […]

Yes, we can still count on death and taxes

By Curtis K. Shelburne: Local columnist It’s usually best for me to avoid much writing — or thinking — about the following subject. It’s just not healthy for me, and I’m fatalistic about the whole mess anyway. Alas, the monster’s long out of the box, never to be tamed. I love our country with all […]

Jan. 13, 2008 Club notes

Curry County Extension Council The Curry County Extension Council met Jan. 7 at the Extension Office. The meeting was called to order by vice-president Linda Roberts. Amy Armenta read the minutes from the last meeting. Helen Casuas gave the treasurer’s report and reported there were 146 members. Linda Roberts announced the MRSA Leadership Training Class […]

Jury convicts man of armed robbery

CNJ staff and wire reports A 19-year-old Clovis man faces up to 35 years in prison for armed robbery after a Curry County jury convicted him Wednesday, according to the district attorney’s office. Anthony Wallace was convicted of felony armed robbery, felony aggravated burglary, assault with intent to commit a violent felony, intimidation of a […]

Local Roundup: Thomas’ status to be discussed

CNJ staff Clovis city commissioners will go into an executive session in today’s meeting to discuss personnel matters regarding City Manager Joe Thomas, Mayor David Lansford said. The meeting is scheduled for 5:15 p.m. at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Lansford said the Commission will discuss Thomas’ status as city manager, but […]

Sept. 23, 1952

The Clovis Veterinary Hospital, located at 104 Hull, claimed to offer facilities for large and small animals in a Clovis News-Journal advertisement. … A two-bedroom house could be rented at 2817 Wallace for $75 a month. … The Clovis News-Journal reported a 5-year-old child brought the total number of suspected polio cases in the county […]

Aug. 4, 1935

Jean Bickley, 9-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bickley, narrowly escaped asphyxiation by carbon monoxide while enroute to Clovis from Albuquerque. A leak was thought to have penetrated the floor of the family car. … Gov. Clyde Tingley and Secretary of Agriculture Hensey A. Wallace were surprise guests at the Chamber of Commerce […]

Teens accused in robberies

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer Two Clovis teens have been charged in connection with robberies that took place about the same time and place a homicide occurred last week. District Attorney Matt Chandler said the teens have not been charged in connection with the killing. “Additional information is being collected, (investigators) are completing interviews […]

Wallace, Billy

Billy R. Wallace, 75, of Alamogordo, died Sunday, March 12, 2006. Born Aug. 15, 1930, in Fort Sumner to Ross and Ruby Wallace, he was the hospital plant manager at Holloman Air Force Base before his retirement in 1985. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, secretary of the Alamogordo Bowling Association and […]

Hounds looking for help

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball coach Shawn Scanlan figures next year has to be better for the Greyhounds — almost no matter what happens. After winning Lone Star Conference South Division titles the previous two seasons, what was expected to be another good year in 2004-05 […]