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Articles from the February 24, 2019 edition

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 — Updated 4/1/2019  Website


Between Editions: Feb. 26

A closure of the Norris Street crossing in Clovis is expected to be shortlived. Burlington Northern Santa Fe officials estimate about five hours of work will require closing down the travelway, but it should be open this... — Updated 2/26/2019


ENMU to air online

PORTALES — Can’t make it to Canyon, Texas on Tuesday? You may be able to find Greyhound basketball on a smart device near you. The Eastern New Mexico men’s and women’s basketball games against West Texas A&M have been... — Updated 2/25/2019


Between Editions: Feb. 25

Former longtime Curry County Commissioner Robert Sandoval has been appointed to the job again. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham made the announcement Monday afternoon. Sandoval succeeds Angelina Baca who failed to file paperwork on time... — Updated 2/25/2019

 By Kevin Wilson    Sports

Rams top Cats

PORTALES - It's amazing what a little bit of time at home, and a pair of blowouts, can do to your district chances. Just a week ago, the Portales boys basketball team was fighting... — Updated 2/23/2019

 By Kevin Wilson    News

Clovis agrees to golf negotiations

CLOVIS — In less than 15 years, Touchstone Golf has gone from a dream of PGA professional Steve Harker and his brother Doug to boasting more than 40 courses throughout the country. It works, Regional Manager Brian Melody said,... — Updated 2/23/2019

 By Peter Stein    Sports

Clovis get No. 2

CLOVIS — The Clovis boys basketball team likes playing at Rock Staubus Gymnasium. The Wildcats like having their crowd behind them, like feeding off the energy. They certainly like not having to ride hours through desert or... — Updated 2/23/2019


Tennis teams start

LOVINGTON — The Portales and Clovis tennis teams expected to spend Friday and Saturday facing off in the Lovington Remix Tournament. But inclement weather offered its own remix, and the tournament organizers decided to try to... — Updated 2/23/2019


Clovis girls top Roswell for No. 3

ROSWELL — Clovis’ girls basketball team knew the stakes. The Lady Wildcats needed to beat Roswell on the road Friday to avoid making another two-hour trek there just four days later. And they came through, pulling away to win... — Updated 2/23/2019

 By Peter Stein    Sports

Rams get top spot

PORTALES - However the rest of the basketball season plays out, this week was a benchmark for the Portales girls team. Playing at the Ram Athletic Center for the first time in two... — Updated 2/23/2019


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