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Baseball: WT finishes sweep of ENMU

PORTALES — More games mean more opportunities to win, to turn things around. But that also means there are more opportunities for setbacks. That was the case this past weekend, as the 17th-ranked West Texas A&M baseball team made it a clean...

 

Business digest - April 10

Local banker honored CLOVIS — Richard Hadley, vice president at Citizens Bank of Clovis, was named the Independent Community Bankers Association of New Mexico ag lender of the year. Hadley was presented the award during the 2019 Ag Lenders...

 

Five marks broken

CANYON — Eastern New Mexico broke five school records, and added three provisional qualifying times for the Division II national championships during the two-day West Texas A&M Classic and Multi. The women’s team broke four Greyhound records,...

 

Fatal accident being investigated

PORTALES — State police are still investigating an incident Monday morning in which a motorist fatally struck a bicyclist on the highway just north of Portales. A 44-year old man from Australia “was riding his bicycle south on US 70 partially in...

 

Buffs top Greyhounds in softball

PORTALES — Saturday, the beat went on for Eastern New Mexico’s softball team. Yes, the Greyhounds were facing the nation’s ninth-ranked team in Division II softball, but those losses don’t count any less in the standings. So when the Hounds...

 

Jail logs - April 10

Booked The following were booked into local jails Friday - Monday: Clovis • Steve Perry, 25, failure to appear at time and place stated in citation • Dimetrice Edwards, 25, criminal damage to the property of a household member • James Butler, 2...

 

Ram romp pushes streak to five games

After winning its first home game last Thursday, Portales’ softball team kept its momentum rolling throughout the weekend, winning four more in a row to make it a five-game win streak in all. The Lady Rams’ weekend romp had them winning two each...

 
 By Jamie Cushman    News    April 10, 2019

Portales school board approves calendar

PORTALES - The Portales Municipal School Board of Education approved the 2019-20 district calendar during Monday's meeting. And while students may not like the big change the board made come August,...

 

Officials confirm ballot results

PORTALES — City officials on Monday afternoon confirmed the results of a mail-in ballot approving an ordinance to expand the use of existing tax dollars for economic development. In a special meeting at the Roosevelt County Commission chambers,...

 
 By Ron Warnick    News    April 10, 2019

State Supreme Court censures district judge

TUCUMCARI — The New Mexico Supreme Court has publicly censured a 10th Judicial District judge in Tucumcari for violating the Code of Judicial Conduct during a private meeting last year with Quay County’s manager. Judge Albert J. Mitchell allegedl...

 

Roosevelt County fire contained

Roosevelt County crews knocked out a grassfire Wednesday between Portales and Floyd, with estimates of 1,000 acres burned. People near the fire are encouraged to evacuate while hot spots are watched.... Full story

 

Clovis school board picks superintendent finalists

The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education on Wednesday night selected three finalists for its superintendent position, including one familiar face. Renee Russ, deputy director of federal programs for CMS, was named a finalist, along with: ...

 

Report: Clovis officer justified in fatal shooting

A panel of district attorneys has found a Clovis police officer was justified when he shot and killed a suspected car thief on Oct. 8. Ninth Judicial District Attorney Andrea Reeb made the announcement on Thursday night. "I received the decision from...

 

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