On the shelves — Oct. 31

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Still Midnight” by Denise Mina packs nonstop suspense into the story of the dangerous and demanding life of a female cop as Detective Inspector Alex Morrow navigates an urban underworld to solve a crime that may involve her own brother. The Best of Betty Crocker 2010 […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Eureka! The Surprising Stories Behind the Ideas That Shaped the World” by Marlene Wagman-Geller was given by Jim and Carolyn Shipley in memory of Duffy Sasser. Whether motivating, tragic, inspired, or simply eccentric, the rarely known stories behind 40 great inventions provides a unique glimpse into […]

On the shelves — Oct. 10

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Teach Like a Champion: 49 Techniques That Put Students On the Path to College” by Doug Lemov was given by Pat and Jane Miner in memory of Lucille Foster. This visionary book offers the essential tools that can help teachers unlock the talent and skill waiting […]

On the shelves — Oct. 3

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Grieving the Loss of Someone You Love: Daily Meditations to Help You Through the Grieving Process” by Raymond Mitsch was given by Dan and JoLynda Lusk in memory of Kelln Zimmer. This compassionate and wise guide explains the stages of grief; helps you sort through the […]

On the shelves — Sept. 12

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Fred Harvey Houses of the Southwest” by Richard Melzer compiles more than 180 rare historical photographs and other memorabilia to tell the unique story of the chain of high-quality restaurants, hotels, and resorts situated along the Santa Fe Railway in the American Southwest. “The Glass Rainbow” […]

On the shelves — Aug. 29

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Pueblo People: Ancient Traditions, Modern Lives” by Marcia Keegan was given by Oscar and Carolyn Toliver in memory of Thelma Lucille Curtis. A renowned photographer compiles 417 color photographs of all 19 of New Mexico’s Pueblos over the past thirty years, presenting images of people, homes, […]

On the shelves — Aug. 15

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Pretty Little Cozies” shows how to make 32 custom fabric cover-ups that hold our cell phones and laptops, keep coffee and food warm, organize supplies, store valuables, protect fragile items, and more. “If the Dead Die Not” by Philip Kerr reintroduces Bernie Gunther, house detective at […]

On the shelves — Aug. 8

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Harper’s Bazaar Fabulous at Every Age: Your Quick and Easy Guide to Fashion” by Nandini D’Souza reveals the fashion secrets of the world’s best-dressed women and offers tips on how to recognize what’s right for you at different stages of life. “Laughed ‘til He Died” by […]

On the shelves — Aug. 1

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library “How to Build a House” by Larry Haun teams up with Habitat for Humanity to offer the best construction expertise in an easy-to-understand handbook that shows step-by-step how to build a simple, energy-efficient, and affordable home, from choosing its location to the final step of installing […]

On the shelves — July 25

The following books are available at the: Clovis-Carver Public Library “Awakening Joy: 10 Steps That Will Put You on the Road to Real Happiness” by James Baraz offers a step-by-step program that will reorient your mind away from dissatisfaction and distraction and toward the contentment and delight that are abundantly available in our everyday lives. […]

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The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public library • “Dog Heaven” by Cynthia Rylant was given by Linda Pierce in memory of Buster Gene. In this comforting story for pet lovers of all ages, God created Dog Heaven, an imaginary paradise where dogs can eat ice-cream biscuits, sleep on fluffy clouds, and run through […]

On the shelves — June 13

The following books are available for checkout at Clovis-Carver Public Library • “D-Day: The Battle for Normandy” by Antony Beevor was given in memory of James (Bud) Shipley. This exhaustively researched history covers the most famous invasion in military history from June 6, 1944 to the liberation of Paris on Aug. 25, describing not only […]

Base official reiterates need for more housing

Cannon Connections photo: Tony Bullocks Col. Steven A. Kimball, commander of the 27th Special Operations Mission Support Group, speaks to local housing developers Tuesday at a Clovis City Commission housing task force meeting. By Kevin Wilson: Cannon Connections Cannon Air Force Base keeps growing. But Cannon officials have concerns about whether affordable housing can keep […]

Base official: Affordable housing needed

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Cannon Air Force Base keeps growing. But Cannon officials have concerns about whether affordable housing can keep up. Personnel from the base met with community members and elected officials Tuesday afternoon at the Clovis-Carver Library to talk about the population increase for Cannon — at least 1,500 over the […]

Missing PHS track girls are safe

By William P. Thompson: PNT staff writer A high school track meet at Hobbs was canceled Tuesday after two Portales female track athletes were reported missing. The two athletes left with friends and returned to the meet about two hours later, according to Hobbs school and law enforcement officials. Portales Schools Superintendent Randy Fowler said […]