Jail Logs - February 26

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Floyd senior chosen for national youth program

A Floyd High School senior was one of two New Mexico high school students chosen to participate in the United States Senate Youth Program. Eli Terry, 17, will virtually participate... — Updated 2/27/2021

Xcel says customers protected from spikes

AMARILLO — Winter Storm Uri made electricity more expensive to produce because of shortages in natural gas used to fuel area power plants. But Xcel Energy customers in Texas and New Mexico will be protected from the extreme... — Updated 2/27/2021

COVID update: Most counties out of red designation

Curry County remained in the yellow zone, Roosevelt County reached it and both nearly made the green designation Wednesday as New Mexico released its latest two-week data in its “Red to Green” reopening modeling. A release... — Updated 2/27/2021

Tuesday fire victims identified

CLOVIS — Investigators have found no criminal intent related to the house fire that killed three people Tuesday on South Wheaton Street. Curry County Sheriff Wesley Waller said Friday the fire appears to have originated inside... — Updated 2/27/2021

Income support office plans some presence in Portales

PORTALES — Officials with the New Mexico Health Services Department on Wednesday assured Portales its Income Support Division plans to continue to have a physical presence in the city. “I do want to clarify that ISD will... — Updated 2/27/2021

Chamber seeking logo creator

CLOVIS — Seeking logo creator. Local artists preferred. Apply within. That’s what the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce is telling Clovis citizens, with informal request for proposals to hire a graphic designer to... — Updated 2/27/2021

Bringing joy by way of hippo

BOVINA - DeLayne Duffy doesn't know what inspired her to write a children's book about a hippopotamus and a tutu. She just knows she's happy to see it bringing joy to children in a... — Updated 2/27/2021

Six hurt in Muleshoe school bus wreck

MULESHOE — Six people were taken to area hospitals Wednesday afternoon following a Muleshoe school bus crash near the Parmer-Bailey County line on U.S. 84. The most serious... — Updated 2/27/2021

Curry takes stand on bills

CLOVIS — The Curry Commission took a stand on a pair of bills moving through the New Mexico Legislature Thursday, opposing a civil action measure and approving one on capital outlay. By a 5-0 vote at its Thursday meeting, the... — Updated 2/27/2021

School menus - Feb. 28

Clovis elementary Monday: Breakfast, French toast; Lunch, General Tso’s chicken, steamed rice, seasoned corn, strawberry cup, homemade roll, fresh veggies Tuesday: Breakfast, breakfast bowl; Lunch, pulled chicken sandwich,... — Updated 2/27/2021

Senior calendar - Feb. 28

Curry Resident Senior Meals Association 901 W. 13th St., Clovis 575-762-9405 All meals served with 2% milk and tossed salad w/dressing Monday: Roast pork, baked potato, black eye peas, dinner roll, peaches Tuesday: Sloppy joe,... — Updated 2/27/2021

My air guitar will sound just as good left-handed

I realized lying awake one morning about 4:30 that I played the air guitar left-handed — or maybe not. Since I couldn't sleep I was thinking about column ideas and I recalled a... — Updated 2/27/2021

Fire victims identified

CLOVIS — Investigators have found no criminal intent related to the house fire that killed three people Tuesday on South Wheaton Street. Curry County Sheriff Wesley Waller said Friday the fire appears to have originated inside... — Updated 2/27/2021

Funeral services (Updated Feb. 28)

Services Click Here to View Obituaries Attendance at funerals is significantly limited because of social distancing parameters related to the coronavirus. Until further notice,... — Updated 2/28/2021


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ENMU comes up short against Cameron

LAWTON, Okla. — Eastern New Mexico University’s bid for its first series win in nearly two years came up short on Saturday. Second baseman Beau Williams and shortstop Julian Macias combined for nine RBIs and Cameron posted a... — Updated 2/27/2021

PHS' Hurren posts second place finish

PORTALES - Emma Hurren didn't start as well as she'd hoped, but she finished just fine. The Portales High freshman said she went out a little fast on the 3.1-mile course at... — Updated 2/27/2021

Farwell ends its season

VEGA, Texas — It was an abrupt end to the basketball season Tuesday night for the Farwell Steers. Clarendon, ranked second in Class 2A, opened a 23-6 lead after one quarter and held Farwell at bay the rest of the way for a... — Updated 2/27/2021

Volleyball coaches optimistic on season

CLOVIS — Volleyball coaches Darrel Ray and Ruth Chavez have returned to their familiar stomping grounds. Ray, Clovis High’s coach for eight seasons (2009-16) before taking an assistant’s position for the same length of time... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: No good reason to celebrate death of Rush Limbaugh

Death is the one human experience that connects everyone, regardless of color, creed, class or bank account. The inequity comes only in its manner and timing. For Ted Flowers, my... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: Not teaching slavery doesn't change facts

Let’s try an experiment. For 30 years, let’s require that young people are taught nothing about the moon. Let’s scrub Earth’s satellite from books and online articles.... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: Complaining about tweets weak effort by Republicans

Republican Sen. John Cornyn of Texas is very upset about Neera Tanden, the well-qualified woman tapped by President Biden to run the Office of Management and Budget. He is shocked,... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: Biden, Fauci moving goalposts

Say what you will about the personal and political failings of Donald Trump, at least he was an optimist. Along with being a cheerleader for America, he talked positively,... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: Dem governor, lawmakers can't face truth

When Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham penned her name to Senate Bill 10, she signed a death warrant. She, along with dozens of New Mexico Democratic lawmakers, approved the order to end the lives of thousands of unborn children. The... — Updated 2/27/2021

Opinion: NM governor's pandemic lunches tone-deaf at best

Thanks to some transparency about how the Governor’s Office spends discretionary funds, we recently learned Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham used taxpayer money to buy almost $13,500 of goods and services over a six-month period in... — Updated 2/27/2021

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