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PHS names girls soccer co-coaches

Portales High School has doubled up to fill its only head coaching vacancy over the summer. The girls soccer team will have co-coaches for the 2015 season. Portales High Athletic Director Mark Gallegos said Laurel Kerg, an assistant on last year’s... Full story

 

ENMU's Todd leads field

Staff report CASPER, Wyo. — Eastern New Mexico University’s Hayden Todd is so far having a great third round at the College National Finals Rodeo. With a dozen riders still to compete, according to results posted at the CNFR website, Todd was...

 

ENMU's Todd leads field

Staff report CASPER, Wyo. — Eastern New Mexico University’s Hayden Todd is so far having a great third round at the College National Finals Rodeo. With a dozen riders still to compete, according to results posted at the CNFR website, Todd was...

 

Miss New Mexico Pageant begins

link Staff photo: Joshua Lucero STAFF WRITER [email protected] With more than 40 contestants to narrow down, Miss New Mexico Pageant judges have their work cut out for them. Judges took to their... Full story

 

First night Miss New Mexico preliminaries scored

link Staff photo: Joshua Lucero Miss New Mexico and Miss Outstanding Teen New Mexico contestants perform a choreographed routine before introducing themselves during Thursday’s pageant...

 

Meetings watch

The Clovis City Commission met Thursday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Commissioners Fidel Madrid and Randy Crowder did not attend. All action items listed below passed on 6-0 votes: • The commission approved an easement... Full story

 

City approves tax exemption for renewable fuel plant

DEPUTY EDITOR [email protected] Following dispelled concerns about water usage and odors, the Clovis City Commission unanimously approved a $140 million tax exemption that would bring three levels of renewable fuel production to the Clovis...

 

Two ENMU capital outlay bills approved

MANAGING EDITOR [email protected] Eastern New Mexico University will see an 8-year electrical project come to a close with money from a capital outlay bill recently signed into law by Gov. Susana Martinez. The bill was approved in the recent...

 

Ute Reservoir focus of water authority meeting

Staff Writer [email protected] Ute Reservoir is storing 75 percent of capacity after having received almost 10 inches of rain, the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority learned Thursday at its meeting in Texico. Chairwoman Gayla Brumfield als...

 

Suspect in fatal crash identified

Staff report New Mexico State Police have identified a person they believe fled from a fatal single-vehicle crash the morning of June 7 near N.M. 267 and North Industrial Drive in Portales. A warrant has been filed for Jose Calderon, 25. He faces...

 

Notebook — June 19

Civic duty... • Clovis is looking for someone — an adult — to serve on its Planning & Zoning Commission. If you're interested, contact the city manager's office at 575-769-7828. New officer... • One of three new officers elected to the Farm...

 

Lucero: Problem may be your misconceptions

Misconceptions about different social groups are abundant anywhere you go, but taking the time to become familiar with someone from a particular social group can completely change the way a person... Full story

 

Shelburne: God will never love us less

God loves his children so completely that he could not possibly love us more and he will never choose to love us less. We are absolutely secure in that love. Why is that so hard for us to believe?...

 

Miss Blackwater Draw also church youth director

Editor’s note: The following is the first in a new series in which we profile religious leaders in Roosevelt County: link Prince Kelsey Prince, 21, is the youth director at First United Methodist...

 

Notebook

Civic duty... • Clovis is looking for someone — an adult — to serve on its Planning & Zoning Commission. If you're interested, contact the city manager's office at 575-769-7828. New officer... • One of three new officers elected to the Farm...

 

District 4-H competitors swarm fairgrounds, school

Staff Writer [email protected] The Curry County Fairgrounds and Gattis Middle School were swarming with activity this week for the Southeast District 4-H Contest. More than 200 junior and novice competitors from nine counties arrived in Clovis to...

 

Rain brings Ute Reservoir close to capacity

Staff Writer [email protected] Ute Reservoir is storing 75 percent of capacity after having received almost 10 inches of rain, the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority learned Thursday at its meeting in Texico. Chairwoman Gayla Brumfield als... Full story

 

State police identify suspect in fatal crash

Staff report New Mexico State Police have identified a person they believe fled from a fatal single-vehicle crash the morning of June 7 near N.M. 267 and North Industrial Drive in Portales. A warrant has been filed for Jose Calderon, 25. He faces...

 

To do list — June 19

Today • Friday Flix — 10:30 a.m., for K-sixth grade, “Zoom” at Portales Public Library. Information: 575-356-3940. • Heritage Days activity — 6:30 p.m. Christian Country Jamboree at City Park. Information: 575-356-8541. • Miss New...

 

Brown: Never know what awaits at farm auction

Down on the farm link Audra Brown Look, on the farm! It’s a loader, it’s a skidsteer, it’s an ATV! No! It’s. It’s! It’s... I have no idea what it is, but it’s either genius or the...

 

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