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Legislators meet on water issues

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — New Mexico legislators met last week with U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson regarding the chemical contamination from Cannon. They emphasized their effort to “work to protect New Mexico’s groundwater, communities,...

 

Public record - Dec. 9

The following marriages licenses were filed through Thursday at the Curry County Clerk’s Office: • Sean Aaron O’Roake, 24, to Emily Elzabeth Blair, 21, both of Clovis • Timothy Antuan Cheeseboro, 20, to Reonna Victoria Collier, 20, both of...

 

Cannon remembers Pearl Harbor

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Base Honor Guardsmen on Friday raised the American flag at 10:48 a.m., at the wing building. This event happened exactly 77 years from the minute when Imperial Japanese aircraft descended upon the naval base at Pearl Harbor...

 

CCC board approves new statements

CLOVIS — Board members of Clovis Community College on Wednesday approved new mission and vision statements for the school, emphasizing its connection to the community and local economic development. CCC President Becky Rowley said the previous...

 

Portales schools to vote on new bus purchase

PORTALES — The Portales Municipal Schools Board of Education is slated to vote on the purchase of a new activity bus during Monday’s meeting. Superintendent Johnnie Cain wrote in a message to The News that the district needs to replace an...

 

Four vacancies on economic board

CLOVIS — The city of Clovis has four vacancies on the Economic Incentive Board. The positions are for one representative each in districts 1-3, plus a representative of a local utility. The board meets quarterly to make recommendations regarding...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    December 9, 2018

Clovis rallies to top Cleveland

CLOVIS — Whatever else happened to the Clovis girls basketball team this weekend, whatever else happens to them throughout the winter, the Lady Wildcats may look back at Friday’s 41-35 comeback victory over Cleveland as one of their most...

 

Storm holds off Clovis boys

RIO RANCHO — The Clovis Wildcats showed plenty of promise as they proved they could hang with the No. 1 team in Class 5A Friday night. However, they’re not quite at the level yet where they’re going to score an upset over Cleveland. The host...

 

Prep basketball: Tigers upend Portales in second half

PORTALES — After a back-and-forth first half, the Taos Tigers slowly pulled away in the second half and left Portales with a comfortable win. Sounds like deja vu, but it really wasn't. Two weeks...

 

Portales girls reach Santa Fe title game

SANTA FE — Even the most optimistic of Portales fans would honestly tell you there’s no way to know just how good the Ram girls team will be or how it will compete in Class 4A come February and March. But early indications are Portales can...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    December 9, 2018

Melrose cruises in season openers

MELROSE - Finally, the Melrose basketball teams' journey has begun. Melrose's girls and boys, two teams with state title aspirations, hope Thursday's season openers were the first step along a path...

 

ENMU women hit century mark, start season 7-1

PORTALES — After matching its best start since its entire roster was born, the Eastern New Mexico women’s basketball team expects it’s going to get harder from this point on. On Saturday, it cou...

 

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