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Articles from the October 11, 2016 edition

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CHS SOCCER: Lady Cats win, boys lose

Staff report The Clovis High girls soccer team had plenty of opportunities Tuesday night. Finally, one found the net, and that was all that mattered. link Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Clovis High...

 

Bears beat Lady Cats

Staff report La Cueva came to town sporting the No. 1 ranking in Class 6A volleyball, and the Bears did nothing to diminish their standing. link Staff photo: Tony Bullocks Clovis High junior Lexi...

 

Tuesday area prep volleyball summary — Oct. 11

District 4-1A Melrose 3, Grady 1 Grady 17 16 25 21 Melrose 25 25 23 25 Individual statistics Kills — Grady, Yara Sotelo 17, Sage Starbuck 7. Melrose, Brette DeVaney 18, Hannah Wofford 13, Natalie Mondragon 7. Blocks — Grady, Leah Starbuck 4, S....

 

Floyd sweeps San Jon

STAFF WRITER masher@pntonline.com FLOYD — It wasn’t pretty, but the Lady Broncos got on a winning path Tuesday night after sweeping Class 4-1A San Jon 25-15, 25-22, 25-14. Floyd (4-7, 2-4...

 

K-Bob's Steakhouse downgraded by environment department

Staff photo: Brooke Finch Signage in the entryway for K-Bob’s Steakhouse noted the restaurant received an unsatisfactory rating from the State Environment Department Tuesday morning. Officials with...

 

Commissions host luncheon at Gidding building

Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Clovis Municipal Schools Superintendent Jody Balch speaks during the quarterly city / county luncheon. The event was hosted by Curry County at its new commission chambers in...

 

Annual gun show set for return

Staff Writer dclark@cnjonline.com Thousands of gun and knife enthusiasts are expected to descend upon the Clovis Civic Center this weekend for the Clovis Evening Lions Club gun, knife and coin show — with the organization’s overarching goal...

 

Clovis man's trial delayed

Staff report A Clovis man accused of criminal sexual penetration had his trial delayed Tuesday, following defense concerns it still needed to interview a witness in the case. The trial for Logan Reavis, 27, was originally slated for Oct. 20. It will...

 

Man arrested for attacking ENMU student

STAFF REPORT An Eastern New Mexico University student and football player was attacked Thursday morning during what appeared to be an attempted mugging, according to ENMU Police Department Chief Brad Mauldin. Mauldin said Tuesday that his department...

 

Police blotter — Oct. 12

Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations: Monday • 4:27 a.m.: Burglary (commercial), 1600 block of North Main Street. • 6:01 a.m.: Flashing red light, Hull Street and...

 

US must slow its demand for high-risk drugs

The deaths of at least 20 people in New Mexico who overdosed on the powerful painkiller fentanyl, disguised as oxycodone, underscores New Mexico’s opioid drug problem. The Ruidoso victims illegally purchased what appeared to be 30-milligram pills...

 

US must slow its demand for high-risk drugs

The deaths of at least 20 people in New Mexico who overdosed on the powerful painkiller fentanyl, disguised as oxycodone, underscores New Mexico’s opioid drug problem. The Ruidoso victims illegally purchased what appeared to be 30-milligram pills...

 

Events calendar — Oct. 12

Wednesday United Blood Services — 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Portales High School, 201 S. Knoxville St., Portales. Information: 575-625-9743 Make Better Beverage Choices — 1 p.m.-3 p.m. Community Service Center, 1100 Community Way., Portales....

 

McManigal: Government feeds on your fears

Government officials need you to be afraid. They depend on your fear of crime, including terrorism (and, apparently clowns) to make you believe you need them. This fear causes you to give away your...

 

McManigal: Government feeds on your fears

Government officials need you to be afraid. They depend on your fear of crime, including terrorism (and, apparently clowns) to make you believe you need them. This fear causes you to give away your...

 

Actions speak louder than words

The recent release of a 2005 video has Donald Trump being pilloried for his “disturbing conduct and offensive rhetoric” toward women. In an Albuquerque Journal news item, Democratic...

 

Render: Actions speak louder than words

The recent release of a 2005 video has Donald Trump being pilloried for his “disturbing conduct and offensive rhetoric” toward women. In an Albuquerque Journal news item, Democratic...

 

Local children to get fishing education

STAFF WRITER kmunz-raper@pntonline.com Local children will get the chance to learn “the tricks of the trade” with fishing at Oasis State Park, according to park officials. The 26th Annual Kids...

 

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