Births — July 10

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Arredondo Joseph Robert Arredondo was born June 20, 2011, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis to Amanda and Ben Arredondo of Portales. He weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces. He has two brothers, Benjamin Jacob Arredondo, 3, and Samuel Josiah Arredondo, 1. Grandparents are Jacob and Elly Marez of Portales and Sherman Tipton of Jal.

Clovis street has historical military significance

USAF courtesy photo In 1997, a commemorative stamp was dedicated to Benjamin O. Davis Sr., (1877-1970) the first African-American general. By Greg Allen: 27th SOW Public Affairs Benjamin Davis is a small street in Clovis, and where it makes a hard curve, is a street sign that seem confusing. It appears to intersect with itself. […]

2-3-08 Public Record

The following people recently applied for a marriage license with the Roosevelt County clerk’s office: • Clifton Wayne Evrage, 41, of Portales and Shannon Megan Holden, 33, of Portales. • Michael W. Atterton, 40, of Portales and Robin C. Phillips, 35, of Portales. • Benjamin W. Tabor, 23, of Portales and Veronica M. Levacy, 31, […]

1-27-08 Public Record

The following people recently applied for marriage licenses with the Roosevelt County clerk’s office: • Clifton Wayne Eurage, 41, of Portales and Shannon Megan Holden, 33, of Portales. • Michael W. Atterton, 40, of Portales and Robin C Phillips, 35, of Portales. • Benjamin W. Tabor, 23 of Portales and Veronica M. Levacy, 31, of […]

12-2 Public Record

The following marriage licenses were recently filed in the Roosevelt County Courthouse: • Nathan D. Wood, 21, and Janet L. Kimbrell, 22, both of Portales. • Aldo D. Valenzuela, 25, and Milbia J. Marquez, 24, both of Portales. • Gregory O. Hill, 37, and Julie A. Watson, 28, both of Portales. • Benjamin Allen Herring, […]

Soldier father, Airman son change military with selfless service

In 1997, a commemorative stamp was dedicated to Benjamin O. Davis Sr., the first African-American general. Greg Allen Benjamin Davis Drive is a small street in Clovis that is named after two very large men who helped change conditions for African-American servicemembers in the American military and perceptions by the American public. Benjamin O. Davis […]

Soldier father, Airman son change military with selfless service

Greg Allen 27th Fighter Wing Public Affairs Benjamin Davis Drive is a small street in Clovis, a small town in itself. But it’s named after two very large men who helped change conditions for black servicemembers in the American military and perceptions by the American public. Benjamin O. Davis Sr. was born July 1, 1877 […]

5/13 Obituaries

Benjamin Thomas Hardisty Jr. , 80 Services: 2 p.m. Saturday at Sandia Baptist Church in Clovis. Benjamin Thomas “Benny” Hardisty Jr., 80, of Clovis died Wednesday, May 11, 2005, at Retirement Ranch in Clovis. He was born Sept. 22, 1924, to Benjamin Thomas and Dolly Preuit Hardisty in Lamesa, Texas. He married Nadine Scroggins on […]