Fort Sumner Schools Honor Rolls

First grade A Honor Roll Blaed Andreas Dylan Bassler Emmarie Casaus Clarysa Romero A/B Honor Roll Allyssa Casaus Brooke Layton Kaden May Sucette Moreno Natalee Perkins Javin Webb Second grade A Honor Roll Katlyn Miller Joaquin Segura Jett Vick Aurelio Vigil A/B Honor Roll Isaac Herrera Caiden Mack Jayton Morris Kristen Moyer Seth Saiz Noah […]

Dora Schools Honor Rolls

Seventh grade A/B Honor roll Jessalyn Beaty Lauren Bickham Heather Buzard Haileah Gramzow Dakota Newman Caitlyn Rooney Hannah Stacy Alex Zangara Eighth grade A Honor roll Lance Fletcher Savannah Kircher A/B Honor roll Jessica Barron Zac Dewbre Velinda Fierro Xavier Gramzow Jaedin Paxton Hayden Skinner Freshman A Honor roll Isaac Carrasco Shaelei Payne A/B Honor […]

On the Shelves — July 13

The following books are available for checkout: Clovis-Carver Public Library Art of the American Frontier by Stephanie Heydt was given by James and Kaye Hatch in memory of Marvin Huguley. Showcasing the premier collections of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West, this visual history of the westward expansion presents a comprehensive overview of more […]

Club Notes — July 6

Curry County Republican Women The June meeting of Curry County Republican Women (CCRW) was called to order by President Laquita Terry. Nineteen members, associate members and guests attended. May meeting minutes and treasurer’s reports were approved. Rube Render, Curry County Republican Party chairman, invited the group to Saturday’s breakfast meeting at Leal’s on Mabry. Render […]

Anniversaries — July 6

Workheiser Jean and Kenneth Workheiser of Clovis celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on June 12, 2014. They have three sons, 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A reception will be held July 12 at Baxter Hall, 908 Hickory St. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.

Graduations — July 6

Desmet Jena L. Desmet of Clovis has graduated from Fort Hays State University with a Master’s degree in liberal studies.

Honors — July 6

Weekley Plains Regional Medical Center recognized Pat Weekley as Auxilian of the Month for May. She joined The Auxiliary in November 1996. She is currently the newsletter coordinator and has held the position since 2002. She has served as secretary and coordinator of the calling committee, worked in gift shop and admissions. She currently volunteers […]

Creative Living: Nutrition, furniture tips shared on shows

Information on how to optimize nutrition and ways to make and embellish doll furniture will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Louix Dor Dempriey is a spiritual master, and he’s going to talk about optimizing nutrition. He stresses that moderation and temperance are much more successful than obsessive, […]

Davis: No point getting mad about rain

As these words are being written, I am sipping on a cup of Chicory coffee. Café DuMond, New Orleans, was the source of the can itself, from which I made this cup. This reminds me of the theme of this column, due to the fact that people in New Orleans, and elsewhere on the Gulf […]

Nieka Style: Cool hat always great summer choice

Many of us have come and gone or are planning plenty on trips this summer. Everything from family reunions to summer vacations. Packing for them may not be the most fun but if you pack light and simple clothing with a few accent items it can be a breeze. For me, packing accessories and a […]

Clovis Schools Honor Rolls — July 6

Note: Some names may not be included due to parental privacy concerns. Clovis Christian Third grade A Honor roll Hunter B Ashley Kimber B Barnett Zachary D Bingham Joaquin Busso Sofia J De Groot Marisa Lopez Asher B Lunsford Madison C Parkin Dillon B Raney Caroline V Steed Carter T Teune D’Yani R Torres A/B […]

On the Shelves — July 6

The following books are available for checkout Clovis-Carver Public Library Glamorous by George: The Key to Creating Movie-Star Style by George Kotsiopoulos offers tailor-made advice that helps you create a sense of personal style; shows you how to find the best clothes, accessories, and fashion to suit your personality; and tells you how to pull […]

Terry: Country store tough to let go

Back before we had the convenience store this area had at least one little country store in every community or wide spot in the road. This past week I stepped inside a building that was once home to one of those stores — Turnbough’s Store, just east of Portales. Today it’s being operated as a […]

Senior Calendar — July 6

La Casa Senior Center 1120 Cameo St., Clovis Monday: Daily Activities, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Bingo, 1 p.m. (Clovis & Portales) Tuesday: Monthly meeting; Birthday cake , 11 a.m.; Daily Activities, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Bingo, 1 p.m. (Clovis); 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., Sewing Group (Portales); 11 a.m. Wednesday: Daily Activities, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sewing group, […]

Portales Schools Honor Rolls — July 6

Note: Some names may not be included due to parental privacy concerns. Third grade A Honor roll Matthew Enrique Aranda Mia Carol Aranda Emma Rose Baca Enrique Andrew Baeza Hayden Wagnon Barlow Jenna Kate Brown Jazper Kenneth Burrow Alexis Arleen Castillo Nayeli Franchesca Castorena Berdena Marie Degroot Haley Lorrayne Disney Xandria Dawn Dobbins Kymberlyn Shae […]

Our People: Finding True joy

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Dan True is an Amarillo celebrity, World War II veteran, scientist, author of four books, and a father and grandfather. But most Clovis residents probably know him as the short guy in a khaki shirt riding his bicycle around lunchtime. True, born Dec. 8, 1924, in Nashville, Tennessee, has copies of “Flying Free: The Story […]

Nieka Style: Keep patriotism fashionable

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I can’t believe we’re already entering a new month this week and the Fourth of July is Friday. This holiday’s festivities are among my favorites of all celebrations. Fireworks, darling! No matter if you’re lighting up a firecracker show, watching a grandiose display or both, it is one great day for family, friends and parties. […]

Terry: I’ll never understand your football

I’ll never forget the day our high school PE student teacher told us we were going to spend the next week playing football. We questioned if it would be touch or flag. He replied, “No, no , you don’t understand, we’re going to play futbol — you know, soccer.” The coach in question was a […]

Davis: Remember history’s sacrifices

The 3-inch-tall lead colonial soldier painted to represent our great, great many times grandfather on my dad’s side, a man who fought in the American Revolution, is on display for “his” favorite holiday. Independence Day approaches this coming Friday. Since you will be reading this column on Sunday, you’ll still have plenty of time to […]

Creative Living — Boil in a bag tips on new show

Information on interior design, making a tee-shirt scarf, and how to do insertion lace machine embroidery will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Interior designer Kimball Starr is going to explain the tools you can use to change how you perceive the shape of a room’s interior as […]