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Cats' first week goes well

Deputy editor [email protected] With two weeks remaining before their first chance to hit somebody else, the Clovis Wildcats feel the first week of work has been productive. link Staff photo:...

 

ENMU tabbed for fourth in LSC women's soccer

Staff report RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University was picked for fourth place in the Lone Star Conference women’s preseason soccer poll this week, while both ENMU cross country squads have been tabbed for third place in rankings.... Full story

 

Ram teams set for practices

Staff Writer [email protected] School doesn’t officially start for the students of Portales High until next Friday, but that doesn’t mean the sports teams have been taking it easy. Strength and conditioning and team practices and even...

 

Concert delayed, but storm doesn't deter fans

link Staff Photo: Anna George Molly Callinan, left, vocals for the Lt. Dan Band, and Gary Sinise, electronic bass and leader for the Gary Sinise Foundation, jam on Saturday at the Open House for... Full story

 

The show goes on

Staff Writer [email protected] link Staff photo: Anna George Molly Callinan, left, vocals for the Lt. Dan Band, and Gary Sinise, electronic bass and leader for the Gary Sinise Foundation, jam on... Full story

 

Most CHS sports to begin Monday

Deputy editor [email protected] It’s the second week of fall sports practices, better known as the first week of practice for fall sports that don’t involve first downs. Monday is the first day Clovis High soccer, cross country and...

 

Hounds start practice Tuesday

Staff report Eastern New Mexico University football coach Josh Lynn expects to have the largest turnout for the start of practice in at least a couple of years when the Greyhounds begin drills this week. Around 140 to 150 players are expected to...

 

Hounds start practice Tuesday

Staff report PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University football coach Josh Lynn expects to have the largest turnout for the start of practice in at least a couple of years when the Greyhounds begin drills this week. Around 140 to 150 players are... Full story

 

Police investigating shooting

link Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Clovis officers block off a section of Elm Street near the intersection of Delta Street, where there were reports of shots fired around 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Staff report... Full story

 

Police investigate shooting

Staff report Clovis police investigated a shooting Saturday evening near the intersection of Elm and Delta streets, but little information was released. Residents near the scene said they heard shots... Full story

 
 By Kevin Wilson    inherit    August 8, 2015

8-9-shooting

Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Clovis officers block off a section of Elm Street near the intersection of Delta Street, where there were reports of shots fired around 6:30 p.m. Saturday....

 

Boswell: Time passes much too fast

Another week is finished, and the summer is coming to an end. link Alisa Boswell Where did the time go? Whether teachers, children or any other average, every-day Joe, I’m sure we all feel this way...

 

Editors notebook — Aug. 9

Good morning, flag Clovis’ J.D. Cole has a couple of questions. He reports he travels from Clovis to Portales five days a week. About a mile past Greyhound Stadium, “out in the middle of nowhere,” he wrote in an email, “there is an American...

 

Civilians, military come together for fun day

Staff Writer [email protected] link Staff photo: Anna George Isaiah Bostwick, 2, takes control of a static VH1N helicopter. Civilians and military members came together on Saturday for live...

 

Business steady on tax-free weekend

link Staff photo: Rae Arnett Bealls Store Manager Melissa Bonem reorganizes items on the shelves on Saturday morning. STAFF WRITER [email protected] Local stores in Portales were staying busy on...

 

Fair schedule — Aug. 9

The following is the schedule of events for next months Roosevelt County Fair: Aug. 18 • New Mexico Christian Children’s Home pork chop breakfast: 6:30-8:30 a.m. at the Jake Lopez Building • Weigh steers: 8 a.m. • Judge adult crafts, fine art...

 

Curry County Fair returns

Deputy Editor [email protected] The fairest week of all has finally arrived in Curry County, packed with live music, rides, food and, of course, the livestock. “We are really enjoying the spirit of the fair,” Curry County Events Center...

 

New donations to foundation no coincidence

If you believe in coincidence, that would explain the flood of new donations so far this year from powerful and politically connected people to the Clinton Foundation just as Hillary Rodham Clinton is ramping up her presidential campaign. An Associat...

 

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