Articles from the June 3, 2017 edition

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 By David Grieder    News    June 3, 2017

Cannon welcomes new leader

Cannon Air Force Base bids farewell to one wing commander and greeted another Friday morning at the 27th Special Operations Wing change of command ceremony. "I am absolutely honored to take command...


Summer riding program begins

PORTALES — The chance to compete in a rodeo may be enough to entice most young people, but they may also walk away with a larger sense of responsibility, according to the coordinator of an upcoming...

 By Stephanie Losoya    News    June 3, 2017

Pioneer Women speak at breakfast

CLOVIS — Cowgirls and Camo took over the Clovis Civic Center on Friday morning at the 16th Annual Pioneer Women’s Breakfast. The breakfast was held in conjunction with week-long Pioneer Days events. Organizers selected the theme to honor the...


Events calendar - June 3

Today • Star party — 7 p.m. star viewing at Oasis State Park, weather permitting. $5 entrance fee per vehicle without annual permit. Information: 505-476-3363 • Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Fiesta — Noon-8 p.m. at the church, Clovis. San...


Meetings calendar - June 3

Today • ENMU Regents — 1 p.m. in regents room, Portales. Information: 575-562-1011 Monday • Civic Center Policy Committee — 3 p.m. at Civic Center, Clovis. Information: 575-763-9654 • Cultural and Ethnic Affairs — Noon at city hall,...


Pages past - June 3

On this date ... 1952: Mrs. Randolph Benelle of Clovis was the victim of vandalism for the second time in a week. She told police her garden hose had been torn into small pieces both times in overnight incidents. Police investigated and found the...

 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    June 3, 2017

Melrose hires Lackey as new boys basketball coach

MELROSE — The Melrose Buffaloes believe they’ve found a pretty good coach in Kevin Lackey. But they believe they’re getting more than just a boys’ basketball coach. Lackey was introduced Friday afternoon as the new coach at Melrose,...

 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    June 3, 2017

NMAA dropping final four teams in basketball, baseball

CLOVIS — The playoff fields for state basketball and baseball teams are soon to be smaller. The New Mexico Activities Association will pare the tournament fields from 16 teams to 12, following a vote in Wednesday’s board meeting. The changes...

 By David Grieder    News    June 3, 2017

Lt. Gen: MOAB came from Cannon

The “Mother of all bombs” the U.S. dropped April 13 on Afghanistan was delivered by an aircraft from Cannon Air Force Base’s 27th Special Operations Wing (SOW). That’s the word from Lt. Gen. Marshall B. Webb, commander of Air Force Special... Full story


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