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Articles from the August 29, 2016 edition

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County fair comes to a close

Staff photos: Kurt Munz-Raper Jean Mason, left, and Henrietta Singleterry organize ribbons for 4-H educational winners Monday afternoon. STAFF WRITER [email protected] Attendance for the...

 

ENMU board debates search

Managing editor [email protected] Eastern New Mexico University’s Board of Regents spent nearly two hours Friday debating the direction to take in choosing a new university president. That decision was delayed until Sept. 9, when regents are...

 

Man pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter

Staff report A Portales man involved in a 2009 slaying will serve four years probation after pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter last week. Martin Silva, 41, had been slated to go to trial Monday before reaching the plea agreement. Court...

 

Fair board members share excitement

STAFF WRITER [email protected] New and returning Roosevelt County Fair Board members are excited for another year of extensive preparation for next year’s fair. Members were appointed to the board this last weekend as the fair neared its...

 

Pages past — Aug. 30

On this date ... 1956: As far as the working man was concerned, the Republican party had put back the clock to the Hoover days of 1932. So said Lt. Gov. Joseph Montoya, who was in Clovis for the opening rally of the state’s Democrats’ general...

 

Police blotter — Aug. 30

The following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Portales police, fire and sheriff: Friday • 12:08 p.m.: Threats report, 300 block East Rose Street • 4:14 p.m.: Ambulance requested, 200 block North Chicago Avenue • 5:37 p.m.: Ve...

 

ENMU board debates presidential search

Managing editor [email protected] Eastern New Mexico University’s Board of Regents spent nearly two hours Friday debating the direction to take in choosing a new university president. That decision was delayed until Sept. 9, when regents are...

 

Portales man pleads to involuntary manslaughter

Staff report A Portales man involved in a 2009 slaying will serve four years probation after pleading to involuntary manslaughter last week. Martin Silva, 41, had been slated to go to trial Monday before reaching the plea agreement. Court records... Full story

 

Police blotter — Aug. 30

Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations: Friday • 12:15 a.m.: Failure to appear, Wallace and Second streets. • 1:26 a.m.: Driving under the influence, aggravated, Ros...

 

County office move to be complete day after Labor Day

Staff report Curry County is operating out of two buildings today, but the ongoing move of county offices should be complete the day after Labor Day. “The move is going along very well,” Curry County Manager Lance Pyle said on Monday. Pyle said...

 

Business feature: Train museum turned over to new owners

Staff photo: Tony Bullocks The Clovis Depot and Model Train Museum is officially closed after being sold to new owners, Jordan Nichols and Tate Nichols, on July 29. Staff Writer [email protected] Full story

 

Events calendar — Aug. 30

Today Rambling Narratives — 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. Clovis Community College, art museum, 417 Schepps Blvd., Clovis. Information: 575-769-2811 Wednesday Toddler Time — 10 a.m. Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main St., Clovis. Information:...

 

Business digest — Aug. 30

New coffee shop opens Sweetwaters Coffee and Tea is a new coffee spot in Clovis. At 1010 W. 21st St., it officially opened Aug. 15. Owner Lexie Myers said the coffee shop has 12 full-time employees. In addition to refreshments and menu items that...

 

Pages past — Aug. 30

On this date ... 1956: As far as the working man was concerned, the Republican party had put back the clock to the Hoover days of 1932. So said Lt. Gov. Joseph Montoya, who was in Clovis for the opening rally of the state’s Democrats’ general...

 

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