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Articles from the October 17, 2011 edition

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Base planning office hosting meeting

The state of New Mexico and the Office of Military Base Planning and Support will host a meeting 5 p.m. Thursday at the Melrose High School Commons Room. The public meeting is intended to provide general information about a proposed expansion to the...

 

Commissioners to consider 400-stall horse barn

Robin Fornoff Among items coming up Tuesday at a meeting of the Curry County commissioners: An ambitious plan for a 400-stall horse barn to be built adjacent the Events Center at an estimated cost of $5 million. The commission meets at 9 a.m. at...

 

Dust storm causes visibility problems

Courtesy photo: Muleshoe Police Department The city of Muleshoe received a blanket of dust, and many Bailey County residents were forced to pull over until it was safe to drive. A fast-moving storm blew through the area Monday afternoon, creating...

 

Business digest —

CCC receives grant from Xcel Clovis Community College has received $4,000 in grant money from the Xcel Energy Foundation. The money is part the foundation’s arts and culture focus cycle. The total award of $41,500 was spread to 13 nonprofit groups...

 

Dust storm causes visibility problems

A fast-moving storm blew through the area Monday afternoon, creating roiling dust clouds thousands of feet tall and smothering roads and highways with thick dust that dropped visibility to nearly zero in some places. The wall of dust darkened skies...

 

Business licenses — Oct. 18

The following business licenses were obtained from the city of Clovis in the month of September: • Life Changes Counseling & Consulting Type: Counseling Owner: Sandra Turner Location: 2300 Main, Suite 29 • KC Hannah Construction Type:...

 

My turn: Home repair never easy

I am not really afraid of home repair projects, but I do respect them. Everything from a small plumbing job, to trying to fix the car. It seems that every time I realize there is something to be repaired, it is a weekend or in the evening. The first...

 

Salon killings remind us life is precious gift

Attention, national and international, has focused on the anguish of Seal Beach, Calif., where gunfire inside a hair salon on a warm afternoon Wednesday left eight people dead and a woman wounded. The worst mass killing in Orange County history has s...

 

Meetings watch: RGH

The following items will be on the agenda for the Roosevelt General Hospital Board of Trustees meeting 5:30 p.m. today in the Hospital Conference Room: • Financial report. • Medical staff report. • Nursing services report. •...

 

ENMU men take fourth at Frank Phillips rodeo

Freedom New Mexico BORGER, Texas — Sophomore Logan Medlin teamed with West Texas A&M’s R.H. Whitten for second in team roping to help Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a fourth-place finish over the weekend in the Frank Phillips...

 

ENMU men take fourth at Frank Phillips rodeo

BORGER, Texas — Sophomore Logan Medlin teamed with West Texas A&M’s R.H. Whitten for second in team roping to help Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a fourth-place finish over the weekend in the Frank Phillips College rodeo at Borger,...

 

Zias post first win over Commerce

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s women snapped a nine-match all-time soccer losing streak to Texas A&M-Commerce earlier this season with a tie on the road. Sunday, they broke through to beat the Lions for the first time and put...

 

Zias post first win over Commerce

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University’s women snapped a nine-match all-time soccer losing streak to Texas A&M-Commerce earlier this season with a tie on the road. Sunday, they broke through to beat the Lions for the first time and put th...

 

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