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Articles from the May 26, 2018 edition

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 By Eamon Scarbrough    News    May 26, 2018

Portales students take next step

PORTALES - An old adage says life is more about the journey than the destination. PHS graduate Carmen Valadez' immediate destination on Friday was Greyhound Arena to receive her diploma, but her...

 
 By Jamie Cushman    News    May 26, 2018

Detainees give back with art for auction

CLOVIS - Detainees at the Curry County Detention Center are using their artistic abilities to promote a passion for reading among local children, all while behind bars. Five pieces of art created by...

 

Reporter's notebook: Witchy wings

It's a bird, it's a butterfly, it's a bat - it's none of the above. It might be an omen of death or portent of good luck, depending on the circumstances. It's a Black Witch Moth. That's the popular...

 

Curry County ballot

New Mexico’s primary elections are June 5. Absentee and early voting are under way and taking place through June 2. All election-day polling places are Voter Convenience Centers, meaning an aligible voter can vote at any polling place. Here are...

 

Roosevelt County ballot

New Mexico’s primary elections are June 5. Absentee and early voting are under way and taking place through June 2. All election-day polling places are Voter Convenience Centers, meaning an aligible voter can vote at any polling place. Here are...

 

Events calendar - May 26

Today • Wheatland school reunion — 9 a.m. at the Grady Senior Citizens Senior Center, 104 Main St., Grady. All former attendees of Wheatland schools in Grady, San Jon and Tucumcari are invited. Information: 575-357-2353 • Special food distribut...

 

Meetings calendar - May 26

Wednesday • Clovis Commission on Older Adults — 3 p.m. in the assembly room at Clovis City Hall, 320 Connelly St., Clovis. Information: 575-769-7908 Thursday • Roosevelt General Hospital Board of Trustees — 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Fred...

 

Pages past - May 26

On this date ... 1983: The Clovis police auxiliary group, known as the "Five Watt-ers," was gearing up for a Memorial Day tradition: setting up a trailer and meeting incoming motorists at the New...

 

Jail logs - May 26

Booked The following were booked into local jails Thursday: Clovis • Patricia Messier, 31, consuming in public places, concealing identity, failure to pay fines • Joseph Castillo, 25, failure to comply with specific requirements • Frank...

 

Hounds add Spanish forward as transfer

PORTALES — Skilled European basketball players are becoming more and more of a common sight in professional and collegiate basketball these days. They'll be a common sight at Eastern New Mexico...

 

Parker top qualifier in 200 prelims

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The nation's No. 1 200 meter dash sprinter is one step closer to becoming a national champion. Eastern New Mexico's Marcus Parker entered Friday's qualifier at the NCAA Outdoor...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    May 26, 2018

Cats come home for benefit

CLOVIS — The title of a novel by Thomas Wolfe says, "You can't go home again." That may be generally true. But Thursday night, a group of former Clovis High girls basketball players did indeed...

 

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