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 By Kevin Wilson    News    December 5, 2018

Parks committee to hold third meeting on signs

CLOVIS — The Clovis Parks, Recreation and Beautification Committee reached plenty of consensus during what was its second meeting on uniformity for park signs. The idea that drew the most consensus? A third meeting was required to get things just r...

 
 By David Grieder    News    December 5, 2018

Residents head to Albuquerque for racino decision

CLOVIS — A caravan of Clovisites supporting a racino for the city plan to venture into Albuquerque on Thursday, and they’ll return that evening either elated or deflated depending on what the New Mexico Racing Commission announces. The special me...

 
 By David Grieder    News    December 5, 2018

One arrested on felony charges in armed robbery

CLOVIS — Officials are still investigating an armed robbery early last month in Clovis that has so far resulted in one arrest with multiple felony charges. Richard Thomas, the “wheelchair bound and extremely immobile” victim, told police that...

 

Reporter's notebook: Looking for information

A fifth-grade student at Cascade Christian Schools in Washington state is writing a report on the state of New Mexico. He says he is responsible for gathering as much information as he can about our state. “If any of your readers would like to...

 
 By Jamie Cushman    News    December 5, 2018

New Mexico native to be honored at memorial service

CLOVIS — A New Mexico native who died in a prisoner of war camp in 1942 following the Bataan Death March will be honored in a special memorial service on Tuesday at St. James Episcopal Church in Clovis. Pastor Alan Brockmeier said the worship servi...

 
 By Jamie Cushman    News    December 5, 2018

Education feature: Dairy education roves to Brown Early Childhood Center

PORTALES - Did you know that a dairy cow will drink 40 gallons, or a bathtub's worth of water, each day? Students at the Brown Early Childhood Center now know that fact and more following Friday's...

 

CCC president named to governor-elect's labor transition team

Clovis Community College President Becky Rowley was one of 10 individuals named to Governor-elect Michelle Lujan Grisham’s labor transition team for the department of workforce solutions on Monday. “I am honored and pleased to be named,...

 

Opinion: Not too late to be bilingual

Research has confirmed through numerous studies that bilingualism is cognitively beneficial. Bilingual brains have greater capacity for maintaining attention and task-switching than monolingual brains...

 

Clovis boys win season opener

CANYON, Texas – A season opener doesn’t have to be pretty, it doesn’t have to be perfect, as long as it ends with a victory. By Clovis boys basketball head coach Jaden Isler’s own admission, Tuesday night’s season opener on the road...

 

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