Articles from the March 1, 2012 edition

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Tenacity main attribute for Zias' undersized Johnson

Joshua Lucero: CMI correspondent At 5-foot-7, ENMU’s Tara Johnson is often asked to guard much larger interior players, but Zias coach Lindsey Wilson said the Portales native has done the job with tenacity. PORTALES —...

 

Thursday morning briefing: Senate work, stars shine and Mantle says it's so

Good morning and welcome to the Friday briefing. Intern opportunity Sen. Tom Udall invites New Mexico college students interested in gaining legislative or press relations experience to apply for internships in his Washington... Full story

 

Thursday morning briefing: Senate work, stars shine and Mantle says it's so

Good morning and welcome to the Friday briefing. Intern opportunity Sen. Tom Udall invites New Mexico college students interested in gaining legislative or press relations experience to apply for internships in his Washington... Full story

 

Curry inmate receives $450,000 in settlement

Curry County, or at least the board of directors of its insurance provider, agreed in December 2010 to pay a Clovis man $450,000 for his alleged mistreatment while housed at the juvenile detention facility. On Thursday, Commission...

 

Curry inmate receives $450,000 in settlement

Robin Fornof Curry County, or at least the board of directors of its insurance provider, agreed in December 2010 to pay a Clovis man $450,000 for his alleged mistreatment while housed at the juvenile detention facility. On... Full story

 

State of the City address text

Editor's note: The following is Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield's State of the City address, provided in advance by city staff: 2011 was a great year for our community as we continued to grow and thrive despite the continued national... Full story

 

Fire destroys sorghum, hay on ranch east of Portales

Fire destroyed an estimated $800,000 worth of ground hay and sorghum this afternoon on a ranch east of Portales. According to Wes Fraze, son-in-law of the W Diamond Heifer Ranch owner, R.L. Rogers, the fire began when a contracted... Full story

 

PHS students bring 'My Fair Lady' to stage

Bryan Gore, left, rehearses Tuesday night with Hannah Christensen for the Portales High School theater department's production of “My Fair Lady.” Christensen plays street urchin... Full story

 

Fire destroys sorghum, hay on ranch east of Portales

Alisa Boswell: Portales News-Tribune A fire, which broke out on a ranch east of Portales, claimed more than $1 million in sorghum and hay Thursday afternoon. Wes Fraze, son-in-law of the ranch owner said some corn may have also...

 

Fire destroys sorghum, hay on ranch east of Portales

A fire, which broke out on a ranch east of Portales, claimed more than $1 million in sorghum and hay Thursday afternoon. Wes Fraze, son-in-law of the ranch owner said some corn may have also been threatened. Fire destroyed an... Full story

 

State of the City address text

Editor's note: The following is Clovis Mayor Gayla Brumfield's State of the City address, provided in advance by city staff: 2011 was a great year for our community as we continued to grow and thrive despite the continued national...

 

Religion calendar — March 2

Sunday Worship service and Sunday school — 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Sunday worship with communion Trinity Lutheran Church, ELCA, 1705 W. 21st St. Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Information: 763-4816. Worship service — 8:30... Full story

 

Religion calendar - March 2

Sunday Worship service and Sunday school — 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., Sunday worship with communion Trinity Lutheran Church, ELCA, 1705 W. 21st St. Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Information: 763-4816. Worship service — 8:30 a.m. and 11... Full story

 

Tornado reports cause for concern

Tornadoes and reports of them make us nervous. That’s because residents in eastern New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle have either experienced the storms’ violence or at least seen the debris remnants that immediately show us...

 

Libertarianism offers contentment

Life. Family. Friends. Those are things that really matter. At least, to me. I hope those are the things that really matter to you, too, regardless of where you might place yourself on the political grid, or the antiquated (and... Full story

 

Libertarianism offers contentment

Life. Family. Friends. Those are things that really matter. At least, to me. I hope those are the things that really matter to you, too, regardless of where you might place yourself on the political grid, or the antiquated (and...

 

Tornado reports cause for concern

Tornadoes and reports of them make us nervous. That's because residents in eastern New Mexico and the Texas Panhandle have either experienced the storms' violence or at least seen the debris remnants that immediately show us their... Full story

 

Clovis trio looking to make playoff run

It's the last year for a Clovis trio in Abilene, Texas — and in another way, it's a last year for the McMurry basketball team they're a part of. Coached by former Clovis High coach J.D. Isler, with former Wildcat guards Jaden Isl...

 

Clovis trio looking to make playoff run

It’s the last year for a Clovis trio in Abilene, Texas — and in another way, it’s a last year for the McMurry basketball team they’re a part of. Coached by former Clovis High coach J.D. Isler, with former Wildcat... Full story

 

Assisting children starts close to home

In a commentary by Bill Glass, founder of Bill Glass Ministries, he told of an incident at a Seattle Special Olympics event some years ago. Bill Glass has a grandson with Down's... Full story

 

Assisting children starts close to home

In a commentary by Bill Glass, founder of Bill Glass Ministries, he told of an incident at a Seattle Special Olympics event some years ago. Bill Glass has a grandson with Down’s S... Full story

 

Press release: Seven people face felony charges after drug bust in Clovis

During the course of the last three days, Agents assigned to the Region V Drug Task Force have arrested seven individuals and seized $3,000 of cocaine, $5000 in cash currency, a custom motorcycle, a semi-automatic firearm,...

 

Press release: Seven people face felony charges after drug bust in Clovis

During the course of the last three days, Agents assigned to the Region V Drug Task Force have arrested seven individuals and seized $3,000 of cocaine, $5000 in cash currency, a custom motorcycle, a semi-automatic firearm,...

 

Community should unite behind base

I thought your readers might be interested in these comments made Tuesday to Association of Defense Communities by Air Force Deputy Assistant Secretary-Installations Kathleen Ferguson: "(Department of Defense's) 2004 report to... Full story

 

Community should unite behind base

I thought your readers might be interested in these comments made Tuesday to Association of Defense Communities by Air Force Deputy Assistant Secretary-Installations Kathleen Ferguson: “(Department of Defense’s) 2004 report to... Full story

 

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