Sunken Garden needing repair

By David Irvin: Freedom Newspapers A longtime Clovis tourist attraction and one of the city’s most popular wedding spots is in need of major repair. Built as part of a nationwide park beautification project after World War I, one of the stone walls of the Sunken Garden at Hillcrest Park collapsed about two years ago. […]

March 27 Floyd School News

Upcoming events • Booster Club will meet April 6 at 6 p.m. • School Board will meet April 11 at 7 p.m. • State Future Farmers of America competitions are this week in Las Cruces. Athletics Baseball: Our first home game will be April 6 against Santa Rosa at 4p.m. Track: High School Boys and […]

March 20 Floyd School News

Upcoming events • Spring Break is this week. School will resume March 28. Jamboree The 55th Annual Floyd Lion’s Club Jamboree will be Thursday through Sunday in the old Gym. Thursday evening will be classic country music, Friday and Saturday will be contemporary country, and Sunday will be gospel music. Also: • Booster Club is […]

Newspapers help educate

It’s hard to think of any ingredient to success as important as a good education. Unique talents, be they athletic, artistic or scholastic, certainly play their roles. Hard work always has its place. Even dumb luck leads some to success. Whatever other factors help a person find success, none has played a leading role for […]

Quilters pick up tips from seminar

By Tony Parra Quilters were able to find out ways to repair their quilts or find out the best solution for a worn out or torn quilt during the Repair Old Quilts Demonstration at the 13th Annual New Mexico Ag Expo on Wednesday. Lamoin Gentle had helpers hold up different examples of quilts in bad […]

Class allows residents to make dinosaur dig

By Ryan Lengerich It didn’t look like much. Michael Wood dug and scraped at the Quay County soil. He searched for bones — prehistoric bones — though he wasn’t sure exactly what they looked like. And then he saw something embedded in a whiskey bottle-sized boulder. “I’m looking at this and I really don’t know […]

Aug. 11 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Electrical storms accompanied the clouds in the South County area last week. It has succeeded in striking another house the past week. Mavis Carmichael said it was so loud it woke her up and she smelled smoke but didn’t find a thing so she went back to bed. Then Weldon smelled it […]

April 28 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions Birthdays this week: Houston Lee; Brad Lee Upcoming Events • There will be no school Friday for an ELS day • 4-H will meet Monday at 7pm in the Community Building Back Porch Pickers The Floyd Back Porch Pickers will meet Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Community Building. This is […]

April 25 Floyd School News

Upcoming Events • ELS day Friday • Child Find, Friday • FFA Banquet is Friday night. • Fourth grade field trip to Albuquerque is Thursday and Friday • Annual Elementary Play Day is May 7th from 8-11am. Parent volunteers are needed, if you are interested, please call Sabrina or Mrs. Batista at 478-2211. • Athletic […]

April 21 Floyd News

Transitions Birthdays this week: Tommy Goff, Colin Chandler, Bertha Gregory, Jimmy Gordon. Upcoming Events • The Floyd High School Prom is this Saturday. Church News The Floyd Methodist Church has announced that their pastor, Mary Sue Hull, has been reappointed to the Elida/Floyd charge for the coming year. The church appreciates the support given from […]

Enjoy each day of the new year

By Joan Clayton The gift of time is a wonderful gift. Each day I am given can be a good day. It depends on my attitude. Our family awoke one morning to find that our washer had been leaking all night. The laundry room held water ankle deep. Water had overflowed into the den and […]

Clovis hospital has doctor shortage

Jack King If you dropped 20 new general practice physicians into Clovis’ pool of patients, they would hardly make a ripple. That was how Plains Regional Medical Center’s new administrator Brian S. Bentley described the city’s physician shortage recently. And it’s not just GPs that the city needs, he said. “Clovis probably has never had […]

On-line affairs romance area

Mike Linn When Eastern New Mexico University employee Dan Pilon dropped an e-mail to a woman in China the word “marriage” was as far from his mind as the country where she lived. After all, the 48-year-old Pilon was several months into the Internet dating scene as a member of Americansingles.com. He had exchanged e-mails […]