Jail Logs - Nov. 30

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State confirms more than 1,400 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Department of Health confirmed 1,409 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, including 17 in Curry County and 20 in Roosevelt County. The cases pushed the state to 308,091 cases since the start of the... — Updated 11/27/2021

Events calendar - Nov. 28

Monday  • Women United Luncheon — 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Clovis Civic Center, 801 Schepps Blvd., Clovis. Program by Janice Jones. Luncheon served at noon. Tickets: $20 for Women’s Initiative Network (WIN) members and their... — Updated 11/27/2021

Meetings calendar - Nov. 28

Monday  • City of Clovis Animal Control Policy Task Force — 5:30 p.m., Clovis City Hall assembly room, 321 N. Connelly, Clovis. Information: 575-763-9654    Wednesday  • Clovis Community College Board of Trustees — 8... — Updated 11/27/2021

Pages past, Nov. 30: 'Peace' tree heads to Washington

On this date ... 1956: A giant Engelmann spruce tree had passed through Clovis on its way to Washington, D.C., where President Eisenhower planned to light it up on Dec. 20. The tree was 67 feet tall and 51 years old. It was... — Updated 11/27/2021

Black Friday making a comeback

CLOVIS - Friday was Black Friday, and after a year of absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it returned with, if not a vengeance, with at least the appearance of back to normal for... — Updated 11/27/2021

DA Reeb to retire in March

CLOVIS - After more than a quarter century of prosecuting accused criminals in Curry and Roosevelt counties, Andrea Reeb is calling it a career. But she likely won't be far away... — Updated 11/27/2021

School menus - Nov. 28

Clovis elementary Monday: Breakfast, frudel, milk; Lunch, spaghetti & meatballs, garden salad, ranch dressing, chilled fresh fruit, whole wheat roll, milk Tuesday: Manager’s choice Remaining menu n/a Clovis middle/ high schools... — Updated 11/27/2021

Club notes - Nov. 28

Beta Phi Beta Phi had its November meeting at the home of Collene Baldwin with five members present. Before the meeting a Jewel Pin ceremony was performed for John Mathys and Laura White. Collene Baldwin reported $206 was made at... — Updated 11/27/2021

On the shelves - Nov. 28

The books listed below are now available for checkout at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. The library is open to the public, but patrons can still visit the online catalog at cloviscarverpl.booksys.net/opac/ccpl or call... — Updated 11/27/2021

Growth chart ahead on show

Information on making a velvet stamped photo album and making a growth chart will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday (all times... — Updated 11/27/2021

Best part of turkey is the enchiladas

Turkey Day has come and gone and the dogs have dragged the carcass onto the lawn. The last bone I did pick. If I cooked it properly, no one will get sick. As I told readers last... — Updated 11/27/2021

Our people: From Grandpa's radio to family Thanksgivings

Bill Aylesworth is a native of west Texas, but has called Clovis home since 1963 when he and his wife, Martha, moved here to be closer to her mother. Aylesworth has worked in... — Updated 11/27/2021

Senior calendar - Nov. 28

Curry Residents Senior Meals Association 901 W. 13th Street 575-762-9405 Meals served with 2% milk, tossed salad w/low-fat dressing Monday: Green chili chicken enchiladas, pinto beans, chips and salsa, cake Tuesday: Vegetable... — Updated 11/27/2021

Funeral services (Updated Nov. 30)

Services Click Here to View Obituaries • Marilyn Aguirri, 63, died Nov. 24. Information: Wheeler Mortuary • Betty Anderson, 92, died Nov. 28. Information: Ellis Funeral Home... — Updated 11/30/2021 Full story

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Holiday Favorites

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Covid-19: One Year Later

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Graduation 2021

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Purple Press 11-17-21

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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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Menu Guide 2021

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Analysis: 5 things USC fans should know about Lincoln Riley

Here are five things to know about new USC football head coach Lincoln Riley that should shed some light on why the 38-year-old decided to take over the Trojans instead of staying... — Updated 11/29/2021

USC to hire Muleshoe native Riley as new coach

One of the top coaches in college football is on his way to L.A., the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday. USC is closing its three-month search for a new head football coach with a bombshell hire, landing Oklahoma coach Lincoln... — Updated 11/28/2021

New Tech football coach retaining offensive coordinator

LUBBOCK - New Texas Tech football coach Joey McGuire announced Wednesday he's retaining Sonny Cumbie as the Red Raiders' offensive coordinator. Cumbie's symbolic motivational tool... — Updated 11/27/2021

Steers, Lady Blue roll past Ropes

FARWELL — Farwell’s basketball teams cruised to victory on Monday night against Smyer, the boys winning 72-44 while the girls rolled to a 62-39 triumph. Playing their third game in four days, the Steers (3-0) put four players... — Updated 11/27/2021

CHS wrestlers go 1-2 in first competition

HEREFORD — Clovis High’s boys were able to kick off their inaugural wrestling season on Monday. The girls will have to wait a while. CHS went 1-2 in a quad round-robin hosted by Hereford, losing to the Whitefaces 51-30 and to... — Updated 11/27/2021

Lady Cats drop opener at Cleveland

RIO RANCHO — Jeff Reed had mixed feelings about the Clovis High girls’ season opener on Tuesday night. The Lady Wildcats got off to a nice start and hung tough through three quarters, then tied the contest with the first four... — Updated 11/27/2021

Cats replace most of roster

CLOVIS - Jaden Isler has never had a squad quite this inexperienced. The 2008 Clovis High grad, beginning his fourth season as the CHS boys basketball coach after leading the... — Updated 11/27/2021

Bulldogs hold off Hounds

CANYON, Texas — Heading into the first media timeout of the second half, Eastern New Mexico University’s men looked like they didn’t belong on the same floor with Southwestern Oklahoma. The Bulldogs, shooting lights out to... — Updated 11/27/2021

Local scoreboard - Nov. 28

BASKETBALL Prep summary Tuesday Girls Rio Rancho Cleveland 55, Clovis 45 Clovis (0-1) — Yvonne Fuerte 12, Paige Harris 2, Mya Slade 5, Zarai Lewis 9, Ali Thomas 8, Maleah Urioste 3, Sholanda Lefevre 6. Totals 14 14-22 45.... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: Governor has challenge in criminal justice reform

One year after leading the effort to strip police officers of their qualified immunity from civil lawsuits, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham is now seeking additional funding for law enforcement. The governor will call for an... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: Infrastructure bill big for NM

By now you have surely heard about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act that passed Congress and was signed into law by President Biden. Its trickle-down impact is going to be significant for New Mexico. Gov. Michelle Lujan... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: All instances of hatred, bias must be treated equally

About a month ago, I was traveling on the subway in Philadelphia when I was attacked by a young African-American male in a hoodie, who was angry that I was filming him after he’d... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: Law means open season for shoplifting

It ought to be possible to operate a retail store in one of America’s largest and most iconic cities, but this most basic commercial proposition is in doubt in San Francisco.... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: Thankful for all my life's blessings

Many of us gathered Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving. Hope everyone had a great time and got to see all the folks they missed from last year due to the pandemic. As we are all... — Updated 11/27/2021

Opinion: COVID crisis offers giant step forward for NM Legislature

Ever since the 1970s, when Americans woke up to the dangers of government secrecy thanks to Watergate and Vietnam, the value of transparency in public policy making has become more and more apparent. Bad things are more likely to... — Updated 11/27/2021

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