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Public invited to community conversation

CLOVIS — The New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership is inviting the public to a community conversation Thursday, according to a release from the partnership. The conversation is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Matt 25 Hope Center, 1200 N....

 

Improvement project announced in Portales

PORTALES — The city of Portales has announced an improvement project on Juniper Street. Work will continue for several weeks on the stretch of Juniper between Abilene and Boston streets. Motorists are asked to watch for equipment and men working...

 

Program planning special distribution

PORTALES — The Emergency Food Assistance Program is planning a special food distribution Saturday in Portales. The distribution will be held 9 a.m.-11 a.m. at Central Christian Church, 1528. Information: 575-762-2103...

 

PRMC offering disposal of leftover medication

Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis is one of nine hospitals under the Presbyterian Healthcare Services umbrella to offer disposal of leftover, unused prescription or over-the-counter medication, according to a company release. “We want to...

 

Official hopes to update study

CLOVIS — Two years ago, the Clovis City Commission approved a study for position classification review, employee benefits and compensation with the city’s 350-plus employees. City Manager Justin Howalt wants to do an update to that study, and is...

 

Five Greyhounds honored by Lone Star Conference

RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico athletics had one of its best weeks as a member of the Lone Star Conference, at least according to the conference office. Five Greyhounds received recognition as an LSC player of the week, with the women’s...

 

Rams seek fourth win

PORTALES — Losing a game by three touchdowns is never fun, even if it’s understandable. The Portales Rams experienced just that, falling to Class 5A power Goddard 44-12 on Friday night. The polls indicate the loss was understandable, as the Rams...

 

ENMU soccer roundup: Teams find selves in polling

ST. GEORGE, Utah — Eastern New Mexico took another overtime win, and took advantage of an own goal, for the second consecutive game Sunday. But this time, a Greyhound player was credited with the game-winner. Joe Conway put home the game-winner off...

 

Greyhounds unranked but climbing poll

WACO, Texas — Eastern New Mexico’s football team isn’t a top 25 team in Division II, but they are climbing the rankings. The Greyhounds received five points in this week’s American Football Coaches Association Division II poll, coming off...

 

College Daze Rodeo slated for weekend

PORTALES — Each night at the College Daze Rodeo, a former championship team from Eastern New Mexico will be honored during the nightly rodeo. And, with any luck, spectators will see a few Greyhounds trying to create their own national title...

 

Clovis boys soccer team on roll

ARTESIA — Clovis’ boys soccer team is rolling. Saturday, the Wildcats went on the road to Artesia and came away with a 2-0 victory. It was their seventh straight game without a loss; they are 6-0-1 since Aug. 30. During that stretch, the ’Cats...

 

Hounds wrap: ENMU wins first OT game in its Division II history

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — It took overtime to do it, but the Eastern New Mexico football team improved to 2-0 last Saturday. By surviving a frantic second half and getting a quick overtime score, the Greyhounds escaped Colorado Mesa with a 44-37...

 

Clovis man sentenced to 11 years

A Clovis man was convicted of three felonies and sentenced to 11 years in prison, according to a release from the district attorney's office. A Curry County jury deliberated for about 90 minutes...

 

CCC selects 5 finalists for prez post

CLOVIS — The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees on Wednesday announced it has selected five finalists to succeed Becky Rowley as president. Finalists are from Kansas, Arizona, Clarendon, Texas, Ohio, and California. All five have been...

 

Flood advisory extended until 8 p.m.

The National Weather Service has extended its flood advisory until 8 p.m. today for Curry and Roosevelt counties. NWS reported at 5:30 p.m. that the region had received between an inch and 3 inches...

 

Chase ends with crash into building

CLOVIS - A police chase ended Wednesday morning with a stolen vehicle crashing into a Clovis apartment complex, witnesses said. A police spokesman said no one was injured. A Muleshoe man, Ismael Zach...

 

Commission to consider letter

CLOVIS — The Curry County Board of Commissioners will look to approve a response letter to the New Mexico Department of Aging and Long-Term Services in regards to grant funding for two projects at La Casa Senior Center during its regularly...

 

Portales to consider approving agreement

PORTALES — The Portales City Council will seek approval of a memorandum agreement between the State of New Mexico Department of Transportation and the City of Portales during its regular Tuesday evening meeting. The agreement would be for FY2020...

 

Residents invited to infrastructure meeting

CLOVIS — Residents with limited water access south of Clovis are invited to a meeting Tuesday evening to hear about recent and forthcoming infrastructure developments. The Eastern Plains Council of Governments is sponsoring the meeting from 6 p.m....

 

Clovis boys go 2-0 on strange soccer week

Fair to say it was a good, and interesting, week for the Clovis boys soccer team. Heading into Saturday’s late-afternoon game against Artesia, the Wildcats had gone 2-for-2 this past week, shutting out Portales 3-0 on Tuesday night and walloping...

 

Overtime own goal lifts Hounds to victory

ST. GEORGE, Utah — An own goal may be a strange way to take an overtime win, but you’ll take it -- especially when it gives you your best start in program history. A cross in front of the Greyhound goal took a fortuitous bounce off a Dixie State...

 

Clovis boys third at NMMI invite

ROSWELL — A decent outing for Clovis cross country, all things considered. The boys finished third, the girls fourth, in Saturday’s meet at New Mexico Military Institute. Clovis’ boys result could be considered especially impressive,...

 

ENMU promotes Shaw to associate head coach

PORTALES — When Tres Segler decided to fill the role of associate head coach for his men’s basketball program at Eastern New Mexico University, he went with somebody he trusted long before he’d...

 

Clovis woman killed in crash

RUIDOSO — A Clovis woman was killed and two people were injured Friday night when a car drove through a Ruidoso restaurant, according to a release from the New Mexico State Police. Tammy Lynn Ford, 58, died on the scene at the Farley’s...

 

ENMU volleyball goes 1-3 in Denton

DENTON, Texas — Sweep or be swept. That was the name of the game for the Greyhounds at this weekend’s Pioneer/Patriot Invitational. Unfortunately for the Green and Silver, it was being swept three times against sweeping once at the event hosted...

 

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