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Articles from the May 16, 2015 edition

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Davis: Memorial Day more than start of summer

Memorial Day. link Clyde Davis The symbolic beginning of summer. In Clovis, the weekend of high school graduation-caps and gowns, balloons and bouquets, the end of one life stage and beginning of...

 

State baseball, softball tournament results

BASEBALL Single elimination (Seeds in parentheses) Class 6A Thursday’s quarterfinals At UNM Lobo Field, Albuquerque (6) Eldorado 10, (3) La Cueva 1 (5) Volcano Vista 1, (13) Sandia 0 (2) Rio Rancho 3, (10) Mayfield 1 (9) Hobbs 6, (1) Onate 5...

 

State baseball, softball tournament results

BASEBALL Single elimination (Seeds in parentheses) Class 6A Thursday’s quarterfinals At UNM Lobo Field, Albuquerque (6) Eldorado 10, (3) La Cueva 1 (5) Volcano Vista 1, (13) Sandia 0 (2) Rio Rancho 3, (10) Mayfield 1 (9) Hobbs 6, (1) Onate 5... Full story

 

Clovis finishes in fourth for second-straight year

STAFF REPORT ALBUQUERQUE — Clovis High’s boys were close enough to getting a state trophy in this weekend’s Class 6A state track meet, and coach Darren Kelley was left wondering what might have...

 

Saturday's state large-school track results

At UNM track facility, Albuquerque BOYS Class 6A Team standings: 1. Volcano Vista 80; 2. Rio Rancho 53; 3. Manzano 34; 4. Clovis 31; 5. Sandia 27; 6. Alamogordo 24 1/2; 7. Atrisco Heritage 23; 8. La Cueva 22; 9. (three-way tie) Eldorado, Hobbs and...

 

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Staff photo: Joshua Lucero Clovis sophomore Sebastian Roanhaus turns the corner during the mile relay Friday at the UNM track facility. The Wildcats finished second behind Volcano Vista in the event....

 

Saturday's state large-school track results

At UNM track facility, Albuquerque BOYS Class 6A Team standings: 1. Volcano Vista 80; 2. Rio Rancho 53; 3. Manzano 34; 4. Clovis 31; 5. Sandia 27; 6. Alamogordo 24 1/2; 7. Atrisco Heritage 23; 8. La Cueva 22; 9. (three-way tie) Eldorado, Hobbs and...

 

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Staff photo: Joshua Lucero Clovis High senior Shelby Jones releases the shot during the Class 6A girls final Saturday at the University of New Mexico track facility in Albuquerque. Jones finished second in the event with a toss of 40-2.75. She was...

 

Cabledue repeats, 13 score at state for Portales

Staff report ALBUQUERQUE — Portales finished with one state champion — make that a a two-time state champion in Hannah Cabledue — on a relatively calm Saturday at the Class 4A state track champi...

 

5-17-Ram-boys-javelin

Staff photo: Joshua Lucero Sophomore Trenton Small throws 159-6 to take fourth in the javelin.... Full story

 

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Staff photo: Joshua Lucero Ram junior Hannah Cabledue clears 9-6 during the Class 4A pole vault finals at the University of New Mexico track complex. Cabledue fell short in her attempt to set a new state record, but won the event with a vault of...

 

Future educators start journey

Staff Writer [email protected] link Staff photo: Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico University President Steven Gamble asks College of Education graduates to please stand Saturday morning at... Full story

 

ENMU celebrates 128th graduation ceremony

Staff writer [email protected] link Correspondent photo: Matthew Shelly Eastern New Mexico University graduate Heather Anderson shakes hands with ENMU Foundation President Steve Doerr Saturday...

 

To do list — May 17

Tuesday • Books and Babies — 10:30 a.m., story time for children ages birth to 3, Portales Public Library. Information: 575-356-3940. • After school at the library — 4:30 p.m., Portales Public Library. Programming for kindergarten through...

 

Notebook — May 17

Animal stories ... • The Animal Control Task Force — always a hoot — meets at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Clovis City Hall. Open to the public. Lots of well-meaning folks who have a tendency to wander from the agenda, not unlike some Curry County...

 

Portales moisture totals double the norm

Staff report Portales has seen more rain in May than in the three previous months combined, records from National Weather Service show. Through Friday, NWS statistics show Portales has received 2.7 inches of rain this month. The city saw just 2.24 in...

 

Boswell: Anyone can be a hero

It’s by no means a little-known fact that I am a superhero junky, who has been reading Marvel comics since she was 12. link Alisa Boswell In fact, I subscribe to more series now than ever before for... Full story

 

Pages past — May 17

On this date ... 1960: Dora High School graduated 22 students in ceremonies at the Dora gymnasium. A party after graduation featured a white sheet cake and a color slide show of senior events. 1955: Sheridan McIntosh was sentenced to 60 days in the... Full story

 

Local roundup — May 17

Road construction happening this week TLC Plumbing and Utility continues to progress on the pipeline through Portales, officials said. This week, crews will be working on the following: • North on Elgin from Third Street toward Morrison Park....

 

Local B.J. Pierce worthy of cowboy Hall of Fame

The mission statement for the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City says it “interprets the evolving history and cultures of the American West for the education and enrichment of its diverse audiences of adults and...

 

Local B.J. Pierce worthy of cowboy Hall of Fame

The mission statement for the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City says it “interprets the evolving history and cultures of the American West for the education and enrichment of its diverse audiences of adults and... Full story

 

Let the potshots at liberals begin

National online publication “24/7 Wall St.” recently listed Curry County as the most Republican in New Mexico at 67.9 percent in the 2012 election — with Roosevelt County on its tail at 67.7 per... Full story

 

Sloan: Let the potshots at liberals begin

National online publication “24/7 Wall St.” recently listed Curry County as the most Republican in New Mexico at 67.9 percent in the 2012 election — with Roosevelt County on its tail at 67.7 per...

 

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