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Isler resigns as CHS boys basketball coach

Jaden Isler, whose family name has been synonymous with Clovis boys basketball for more than two decades, resigned Wednesday as the team's head coach. Clovis Municipal Schools... — Updated 6/30/2022

Bank robberies suspect arrested

CLOVIS – Police on Tuesday arrested a man they believe robbed a pair of Clovis banks. James Robinson, 50, is charged with two counts or robbery, one count of distribution of... — Updated 6/28/2022

Jail Log - June 30

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Residents invited to participate in 'SafeCam' program

Portales police are inviting city residents to take part in their "SafeCam" program. SafeCam is for residents or business owners who have surveillance cameras. According to a web posting about the program, SafeCam is a crime... — Updated 6/28/2022

Jail log - June 29

Booked The following were booked into local jails (Friday - Tuesday): Clovis * Carlos Villalobos, 19, shoplifting, resisting, evading or obstructing an officer * David Garcia, 46, parole violation, probation violation * Miranda... — Updated 6/28/2022

NM Tourism Dept announces record investment in local tourism

SANTA FE – The Clovis Curry County Chamber of Commerce is one of 41 state tourism related organizations and governments being awarded nearly $4 million from The New Mexico Tourism Department (NMTD) through the department’s... — Updated 6/28/2022

Police investigating Saturday armed robbery

CLOVIS – There was an armed robbery at a Clovis convenience store Saturday night. Clovis police lieutenant Trevor Thron reports at about 10:23 p.m. Saturday officers were dispatched to the Allsup’s store at Seventh and Hondo... — Updated 6/29/2022

Pages past, June 29: 'Freak' twister hits fruit market

On this date … 1942: A “freak” Sunday-afternoon twister was the talk of Clovis. The Clovis News-Journal reported the twister hit the Williamson Fruit Market at 820 W. Seventh... — Updated 6/28/2022

Applications being accepted for funding assistance

Clovis Economic Development (CED) announced it is now accepting applications from businesses to qualify for funding assistance under the Local Economic Development Act. The purpose of the funding is to incentivize new retail... — Updated 6/28/2022

Republican candidate Ronchetti visits Clovis

Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Ronchetti said his lack of experience in government is one of his greatest pluses. To think that experience in government should be a prerequisite for seeking office, he said last week... — Updated 6/28/2022

Funeral services (Updated June 29)

Services Click Here to View Obituaries • Eva Nell Dale, 81, died June 21. Information: Ellis Funeral Home • Jerry Dewbre, 84, died June 24. Information: Wheeler Mortuary ... — Updated 6/29/2022


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Menu Guide 2021

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Spring & Summer Favorites 2022

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My Fuzzy Valentine 2022

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2022 Medical Directory

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Covid-19: One Year Later

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Graduation 2021

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Women in Business 2021

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Fall Home Improvement 2021

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Best of Portales 2021

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Best of Clovis 2021

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Grehlon Easter signs with ENMU men's basketball

PORTALES — Grehlon Easter of Little Rock, Ark. is the newest member of the Eastern New Mexico Men’s Basketball squad according to Head Coach Brent Owen. Easter comes to Portales after spending two seasons at the Division I... — Updated 6/28/2022

Harden adds five to Greyhound track team

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico Cross Country and Track & Field Head Coach Josh Harden has announced his first signings as the head coach of both programs. The first signings of the Harden era will all compete in track & field.... — Updated 6/28/2022

Faith: Best to keep our eyes on 'the good'

Large letters on a big billboard read “See The Good.” White words on a black background. Caps and lower case, just as rendered here. I don’t know who paid for the billboard... — Updated 6/29/2022

Opinion: Truth out there, but harder to find

Our institutions are taking a beating in the world of public opinion, and I think I know why. By institutions I mean those organizations that provide a measure of stability and security in our lives — our governing bodies,... — Updated 6/28/2022

Opinion: Court taking small correct steps

To those of you who are mad at the Supreme Court over two of its most recent rulings, let me agree with you. To a point. I also agree -- to a point -- with those who celebrate... — Updated 6/28/2022

Opinion: Fire spotlights troubling culture in forest service

An 85-page U.S. Forest Service review of the origins of the Hermits Peak Fire suggests the biggest wildfire in state history was caused in large part by a breakdown in protocols. But the review also revealed a troubling culture... — Updated 6/28/2022

Hoping someone can shed light on a mystery

I have a mystery on my hands, and one that I hope a reader might help solve. A year or so ago, my friend Patricia Rogers mailed me a photo album that she had bought at an estate... — Updated 6/28/2022

Parade Magazine - June 27, 2022

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