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Grateful I grew up before social media

I’m glad I grew up in a time before social media. A lot of my “stupid people tricks” happened outside the scope of cell phones or easy-access cameras. While these stunts may be remembered by...

 

Clovis swimmers hope to build off strong 2019

CLOVIS — Clovis’ swim team has already seen competition this season, though the Wildcats officially get going this coming weekend. Last weekend the team competed in a club meet at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. “I’m thrilled...

 

Elida seeking six-man supremacy

ELIDA — It might have been nice to get a rematch of last year’s 6-man state championship, but Elida coach Jereme Woodruff said the Tigers aren’t worried about it. The top-seeded Tigers (9-0) will host a state final in any sport for the first ti...

 

Clovis boys seek top-three finish, Maldonado seeks title

CLOVIS — A state team championship may be out of reach for the Clovis High boys cross country team, but not a trophy with a top-three finish. And not an individual champion, either. Led by junior Jerrick Maldonado and senior T.J. Gregg, the Wildcat...

 

Just fine at No. 2

It was a Saturday of celebration, because Clovis and Portales got a week of relaxation for the first week of the state football playoffs. Both the Wildcats and Rams received No. 2 seeds in their...

 

Week 8 Wrap: Falcons ground Hounds

ODESSA, Texas — It was going Eastern New Mexico’s way. The Greyhounds football team had a two-score advantage over host UT Permian Basin at halftime of Saturday night’s Lone Star Conference game in Odessa. They were only halfway there, but...

 

Hounds take on Angelo State in home finale

PORTALES — Onward and upward for the Eastern New Mexico football team. The Greyhounds suffered a somewhat stunning road loss to UT Permian Basin, 48-38, this past Saturday, allowing the Falcons to pick up their first Lone Star Conference victory...

 

Rams take second seed

LOVINGTON — Following a tiebreaking match the settle the issue, the Portales Rams will enter the District 4-4A tournament as the No. 2 seed. Goddard grabbed the No. 1 seed Monday night in a neutral-site match at Lovington, topping the Rams 23-25,...

 

What's Happening - Nov. 6

CHS basketball ticket sales ongoing Clovis High School is selling reserved season tickets for the upcoming basketball season. Season ticket holders from the 2018-19 season have until Tuesday to renew their tickets or inform the CHS athletics office o...

 

Hounds to open seasons at LSC/RMAC Challenge

PORTALES — The elite Division I college basketball programs have been revving it up this week, including Kansas, Duke, Michigan State and Kentucky. The Division II ranks are no exception, including Eastern New Mexico. The Greyhound men, after an ex...

 

County alcohol questions pass in Curry, Roosevelt

Curry and Roosevelt will be dry counties no more, and there will be a new trustee at Clovis Community College according to results from Tuesday’s general election. All results are considered unofficial until they are canvassed by their respective...

 

City commission passes property tax increase

CLOVIS -- After more than two hours of information, and sometimes heated debate, the Clovis City Commission moved ahead on a raise in property tax rates to fund the interim groundwater portion of the Ute Water Project. By a 6-2 vote, the commission...

 

One dead in Clovis shooting

CLOVIS - Police say a 36-year-old man was shot and killed Thursday night in the 1000 block of North Lea Street. The victim is identified as Jahmall Burge. Police are searching for Johnny Ray Vigil,... Full story

 

Murder suspect in custody

CLOVIS — A 26-year-old Clovis man is in custody, charged with an open count of murder following a Thursday night shooting at a home on North Lea Street. Johnny Rae Vigil is accused of killing... Full story

 

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