Articles from the December 16, 2020 edition

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State eliminates 75-person limit at grocery, big box stores

SANTA FE -- Effective today, New Mexico businesses are granted increased capacity inside essential retail spaces, with grocery stores and big box locations seeing the biggest benefit. Changes in the amended public health order... — Updated 12/17/2020 Full story

 
 By Lily Martin    News

COVID-19 vaccines arrive in New Mexico

New Mexico received its first doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Monday. Christus St. Vincent hospital in Santa Fe was the first facility to receive the vaccine early Monday morning, and began administering it to frontline... — Updated 12/16/2020

 

Faith: Taking some time to reflect on God's suffering servant

For 16 years now, during the second and third weeks of Advent (the word has to do with “coming”), a centuries-old traditional time of “preparing our hearts” before Christmas... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Dave Wagner    Sports

Farwell boys take seventh straight win overall

FARWELL — Farwell’s boys rely on multiple players to be able to shoot 3-pointers and try to break down defenses. On Saturday, that strategy paid off handsomely for the Steers. Senior Jonathan Mora and junior Grayson Waldrop... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Coaches: No cons to Feb. 1 start date

There is no downside to restarting New Mexico high school sports on Feb. 1, according to local high school athletic directors. That’s the latest date given to high school officials by the New Mexico Activities Association. But... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Lily Martin    News

Roosevelt awards trio of grants

PORTALES — Roosevelt County announced the recipients of the last round of their small business CARES Act Grants during their Tuesday meeting. The $60,289.77 awarded this round effectively used up the remainder of the grant... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By David Stevens    News

Pages past, Dec. 16: School dress code, and a new chamber man

On this date … 1960: Checks and cash totaling $3,450 had been taken from Denton's Grocery and Café in Kenna. Roosevelt County Deputy Sheriff Glenn Widener said someone broke... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Christmas 'branch' our family tradition

After some hemming and hawing last week (or perhaps I should say hemming and sawing), I put up our annual Christmas branch. Yes, branch. We are Christmas branch people at our... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Tom McDonald    Voices

Opinion: Hope state not star-struck by film industry

COVID demands the occasional distraction, for the sake of our sanity. I thought Virgin Galactic’s touristee launch into space from New Mexico’s Spaceport America would be a welcome diversion, but the first attempt was an... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Kent McManigal    Voices

Opinion: Gun control doesn't stop shooters

A couple of weeks ago, I was in Lubbock for a while. Before heading home I stopped by a Lubbock Walmart so I could grab a few items without being herded like a cow through a chute.... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Opinion: Time for Biden to show nation his integrity

Hunter Biden has told the world he’s just learned his “tax affairs” are under investigation by Delaware’s U.S. attorney. The burden is now on his father, President-elect Joe Biden, to ensure the nation that his attorney... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Clovis native selected for RPNM

ALBUQUERQUE — A Clovis native was selected Sunday as the new executive director for the Republican Party of New Mexico, according to an RPNM release. Nike Kern, a fourth generation New Mexican, will supervise party operations, he... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Lighthouse to hold celebration

CLOVIS — The Lighthouse Mission will hold a socially-distanced Children’s Christmas Celebration Saturday at its headquarters, according to Executive Director Richard Gomez. The event will be a curbside delivery 5 p.m. at the... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Wheatfields to hold event

CLOVIS — Wheatfields Senior Living Community is hosting “Light Up Wheatfields” from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Helen Younger of Clovis, who has family in the facility, helped organize the event, intended as a... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Trials to resume in February

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Supreme Court issued an order Monday that will resume civil and criminal jury trials in February. The Court last month suspended jury trials — but not grand juries — as a public health precaution to... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Theresa Davis    News

New Mexico takes a victory in water dispute

Not so fast, Texas. The U.S. Supreme Court handed New Mexico a victory Monday morning in a Pecos River water dispute with Texas. The court’s opinion, delivered by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, says the court-appointed Pecos river... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News

Portales schools prepping for bond election

PORTALES — Staff at Portales Municipal Schools is getting set to encourage voters to keep a bond in place that would provide $7 million over four years for various projects. Superintendent Johnnie Cain discussed the Feb. 16... — Updated 12/15/2020

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News

Curry commission says farewell to outgoing chairman

CLOVIS — The Curry County Commission's lone meeting of December was a long one, stretching four hours from Tuesday morning into the afternoon. It was also an emotional one, with commissioners saying farewell to outgoing Chairman... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

Clovis roper takes national title

ARLINGTON, Texas - Shad Mayfield, in a season compacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, won big early and gave himself quite a cushion in the tie-down money lead entering his second... — Updated 12/15/2020

 

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