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Events calendar — Sept. 4

Monday American Legion Post 117 Bingo — 4:30 p.m. 2800 W. Grand Ave., Clovis. Information: 575-763-4030. Wednesday GriefShare-Grief Recovery Support — 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Central Baptist Church, room 203, 2105 N. Norris St., Clovis. Information:... Full story

 

ENMU ROUNDUP: Hounds post second-day sweep at WT

Staff report CANYON, Texas — Senior outside hitter Lauren Frye had 20 kills and Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball team completed a Saturday sweep in West Texas A&M’s Lady Buff Classic on Saturday with a 25-21, 25-22, 25-23 victory...

 

FRIDAY PREP FOOTBALL ROUNDUP: Steers cruise to victory

Staff report FARWELL — Junior running back Miguel Vasquez broke off three touchdown runs of more than 30 yards and Farwell improved to 2-0 with a 54-8 thumping of Crosbyton on Friday night. Get... Full story

 

Saturday area prep volleyball summaries — Sept. 3

Moriarty Invitational Championship semifinals Texico 3, Moriarty 1 Texico 17 25 25 23 Moriarty 25 13 13 25 Texico individual statistics Kills — Jasmine Gannon 22, Cynthia Reynoso 11, Mel Davalos 7. Blocks — Gannon 2, Davalos 1, Mackenzie Haakma... Full story

 

Door open for EpiPen competition

A whopping 547 percent increase! Ka-ching! The price for a two-pack of life-saving EpiPens has risen from about $94 to about $608 over eight years. Good for Mylan N.V. investors. Not so much for consumers. Of course, Mylan, which owns the rights to...

 

Door open for EpiPen competition

A whopping 547 percent increase! Ka-ching! The price for a two-pack of life-saving EpiPens has risen from about $94 to about $608 over eight years. Good for Mylan N.V. investors. Not so much for consumers. Of course, Mylan, which owns the rights to...

 

Sloan: Too much outrage over rituals

I may as well chime in on NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick sitting during the National Anthem. If nothing else, he sparked robust discussion about the First Amendment. Wendel Sloan The National Anthem...

 

Sloan: Too much outrage over rituals

I may as well chime in on NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick sitting during the National Anthem. If nothing else, he sparked robust discussion about the First Amendment. The National Anthem’s third ve...

 

Wilson: 'Tommy Boy' remains Oscar-worthy

Life provides us with great, unanswered questions daily. Why are we here? How is it I use the same ingredients and instructions, and still cook food that isn’t as good as when my parents make it?...

 

Wilson: 'Tommy Boy' remains Oscar-worthy

Life provides us with great, unanswered questions daily. Why are we here? How is it I use the same ingredients and instructions, and still cook food that isn’t as good as when my parents make it?...

 

Fiesta kicks off Friday

STAFF WRITER [email protected] Local catholic organizations are preparing for a fun weekend of games, food, music and community interaction at St. Helen Catholic Church. The church will host...

 

ENMU professor, students study threatened turtle

STAFF WRITER [email protected] Over the summer, an Eastern New Mexico University professor conducted research that laid groundwork for monitoring programs for a threatened species of turtle...

 

Area clinics awarded

STAFF WRITER [email protected] Health clinics across New Mexico are receiving awards to improve resources. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is giving $1,427,479 to clinics across the state, according to a press release...

 

To do list — Sept. 4

Tuesday • Roosevelt County Commission meeting — 9 a.m. in commission room at county court house. Information: 575-356-5307 • Portales City Council meeting — 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at Portales Memorial Building. Information:... Full story

 

Pages past — Sept. 4

On this date ... 1976: Exhibitors at the upcoming Curry County Fair were busy preparing entries for the cultural arts division. That included entries for paintings, drawings, sculptures and...

 

Meetings watch — Sept. 4

ENMU Board of Regents Eastern New Mexico University will hold a Board of Regents special meeting Friday in the campus Administration Building. The following is on the agenda: • Report from the president of the ENMU system • Presentation from... Full story

 

Dr. J a reason to smile

After my second retainer in less than two years split recently, I trekked back up to Farnsworth Orthodontics in Clovis. Although I have not had braces since I was 14 years old, as I told the girls in...

 

Cats fall just short of title at Plainview

Staff report PLAINVIEW, Texas — Running without two of their top performers, Clovis High’s boys narrowly missed out on a team championship in Saturday’s Plainview Invitational cross country meet. The Wildcats finished with 46 points, one...

 

Mike Mitchell 'Clovis' own rock star'

Courtesy photo Iconic Clovis musician and record producer Norman Petty, left, stands by as Mike Mitchell plays his drums, which have since been donated to the Norman and Vi Petty Rock & Roll Museum...

 

Q&A: Clint Black talks music, career

Photo by Kevin Mazur Clint Black, who first hit the scene in 1989 with his single “A Better Man” and album, “Killin’ Time,” is the featured performer at the Clovis Music Festival this...

 

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