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Articles from the June 1, 2018 edition

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 By David Grieder    News    June 1, 2018

Former clinic operator to lose nursing license, serve probation

CLOVIS - The former operator of a walk-in clinic in Clovis, charged in 2016 with hundreds of felony counts for writing fraudulent prescriptions, will lose her nursing license and serve five years... Full story

 
 By Judy Brandon    Voices    June 1, 2018

Sermon on the Mount timeless, timely

One of the most beautiful portions of Scripture in the Bible is the sermon that Jesus delivered sitting on the side of a mountain near Capernaum. Thus it is called the Sermon on the Mount. That...

 
 By Eamon Scarbrough    News    June 1, 2018

Parent hopes to voice rec center concerns at meeting

PORTALES — An uncertain future for Portales’ after-school and summer programs has made one parent uneasy. She’s inviting others to join her in voicing concern at the City Council’s meeting on Tuesday. Cristin Stewart referenced a letter...

 

Our souls are in need of genuine rest

For many of us, one of the hardest things we ever do is doing nothing. Incredibly difficult, disciplining ourselves to find some regular time to do nothing is the best way to make the doings that we...

 

Expo to bring baby resources together

CLOVIS — Raising a family doesn’t come with an instruction manual, but there are resources available to help parents along the way. The Curry County Health Council will bring many of those resources together in one place on Saturday for the...

 
 By Audra Brown    News    June 1, 2018

Object's only as handy as skill using it

You never know when something is gonna come in handy — and when it is something that you find useful over and over again and in new and never before seen contexts. That’s when you know that...

 

Reporter's notebook: Up for adoption

CLOVIS — About 240,000 wild horses and burros have been given the chance at a new life since 1971, and a few more may get that chance today and Saturday. The Bureau of Land Management is holding two adoption days — today from noon to 6 p.m. and...

 

RGH board looking at buildings for expansion

PORTALES — Roosevelt General Hospital officials hope to be operating a primary care clinic in Clovis in the next six months, though they've not yet secured a building. Chief Executive Officer Kaye Green said during Thursday's board of trustees...

 

Events calendar - June 1

Today • Wild Horse and Burro Event — Noon to 6 p.m. at the Curry County Fairgrounds. The Bureau of Land Management will have wild horses and burros available for adoption. Information: http://blm.gov/whb • Tent revival — 6 p.m. at Prince...

 

Meetings calendar - June 1

Saturday • Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents — 1 p.m. in the Regents Room of the ENMU Administration Building, 1500 S. Ave. K, Portales. Information: 575-562-2133 Tuesday • Curry County Commission — 9 a.m. in the Curry County...

 

Pages past - June 1

On this date ... 1988: Water was cascading over the spillway at Lake Clovis in Ned Houk Park following heavy weekend rains. The dam creating Lake Clovis was built in 1975 by the Soil Conservation...

 

Letters to the editor - June 1

Taking away rec center will hinder, not help Regarding city of Portales’ plans to create an “entertainment venue” in the Portales Recreation Center: Why would you change something “great” that will hinder the lives of our residents? The... Full story

 

Jail logs - June 1

Booked The following were booked into local jails Wednesday: Clovis • Seika Richeson, 19, failure to pay fines • Jesus Cardenas, 50, probation violation • Daniel Herrera, 62, probation violation • Guy Whitesides, 58, failure to register as a...

 

Public record - June 1

The following marriage licenses were compiled from court records through Wednesday at the Curry County clerk’s office: • Charles Blake Bradley, 33, of Texico, to Kelly Anne Cresswell, 41, of Clovis • Lazer Chase Mitchell, 21, to Brayden Lynn...

 

ENMU rescinds scholarship offer

A member of Eastern New Mexico University’s football signing class is facing accusations of rape from an April incident. Andrew Gaines, 18, of North Pole, Alaska, is facing four felony charges of sexual assault. Greg Waggoner, athletic director... Full story

 

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