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Video: Pet of the Week - May 30 2013

This 2-month-old pug-mix is sweet and has a curly tail. For adoption information, call 356-4404 or visit the animal shelter at 1700 N. Boston. This 2-month-old pug-mix is sweet and has a curly tail. For adoption information, call 356-4404 or visit... Full story

 

Anniversaries - June 2

Elliott: 50th Gary and Cheryl Elliott of Clovis will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary 2 p.m.-4 p.m. June 8 at Central Baptist Church in Clovis. The celebration will be hosted by their families. The couple was married June 9, 1963, in First...

 

Engagements - June 2

Pollock-Glover Cooper and Missi Glover of Grady announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kaitlen Glover of Grady, to Seth Pollock of Clovis, son of Gail Pollock and the late Jimmie Pollock and of Artesia. The couple will... Full story

 

Weddings - June 2

Leffler-Guhrke Melissa Ann Leffler of Clovis and Austin Edward Guhrke of Clovis were joined in marriage June 1, 2013, in Clovis. The Rev. Tonjia Rolan performed the wedding ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Tonjia and Loyd Rolan of Clovis. The... Full story

 

Graduates - June 2

King Clovis' Melody M. King received a bachelor's degree in social science education secondary during Oklahoma Baptist University's 2013 spring commencement May 17 in the university's Raley Chapel....

 

Club Notes - June 2

Encanto Garden Club Encanto Garden Club held a meeting May 22 at Jeanne Augenstein's Melrose home. Augustein gave a tour of her established southwestern landscaping. Raised vegetable beds have been constructed throughout her property incorporated... Full story

 

Salad, floral tips coming up

Information on floral arranging, preparing salads with toppers and finding your passion in life will be the featured topics on "Creative Living" 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Casey Schwartz, afloral designer and co-owner of Flower Duet in...

 

Senior Calendar - June 2

La Casa Senior Center 1120 Cameo St., Clovis Monday: Daily Activities 9 a.m. .- 4 p.m. Tuesday: Daily Activities 9 a.m. .- 4 p.m.; 1 p.m. Bingo in Clovis; Sewing class 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in Portales Wednesday: Daily Activities 9 a.m. .- 4 p.m.; Bingo...

 

Honors - June 2

Naceanceno Kevin Naceanceno, a sophomore middle level math and science education major from Texico, was among more than 1,000 Harding University students included on the dean's list for grades achieved during the spring semester. Best Ryan Best of... Full story

 

On the Shelves - June 2

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library Work Happy: What Great Bosses Know by Jill Geisler provides a practical, concrete guide to creating a happy and thriving environment in which employees can do their best work with pos...

 

Drought impacts more than just soil

"This is dust storm country. It is the saddest land I've ever seen." Washington Daily News reporter and columnist Ernie Pyle wrote those words in 1936 after a trip across the drought-ravaged Midwest. They could sum up where we're at in eastern New...

 

Planning for the worst

They spend hours each month preparing for what they hope will never happen — a disaster. Comprised of volunteers culled from almost every public and government sector in Roosevelt and Curry...

 

Three candidates named for judge's position

Gov. Susana Martinez will have three candidates to chose from when deciding who will replace retiring District Court Chief Judge Teddy Hartley following a sometimes dramatic session Friday of a special judicial nominating commission. The candidates...

 

In search of ponies: Drought takes toll on animals, too

Sepia toned skies, roaring winds, heat and the one ingredient that could change it all — rain — grievously absent. Such is summer in New Mexico, one of those places where a rain shower doesn't do much more than make dirt circles on windows right... Full story

 

Be it person or pool, leaks seem dangerous

The Lady of the House and I have one of those store-bought, above ground pools in the backyard. We set it up a few weeks ago. The Lady of the House reasoned if we set it up while the days were mild the probability was low that we'd get into one of...

 

Judge: Starving NM herd can be sold to Texas buyer

ALBUQUERQUE — A judge agreed Thursday to allow an eastern New Mexico rancher to sell his herd of allegedly emaciated cattle to a Texas buyer after a state agency seized livestock from his drought-stricken ranch. A Tucumcari district attorney told... Full story

 
 By CMI staff    publish/News    May 31, 2013

Muleshoe man escapes briefly following life sentence

A convicted killer stole 40 seconds of freedom after being sentenced to life in prison Friday when he escaped while being escorted from district court in Muleshoe. Daniel A. Cardon Jr., 50, who was convicted earlier in the day by a Bailey County...

 

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