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Meetings calendar - Sept. 17

Monday *City of Portales Planning and Zoning meeting – 5:30 p.m., Memorial Building, 200 E. 7th St., Portales. Information: 575-356-6662 Tuesday *Roosevelt County Commission - 9 a.m., Commission Room, Roosevelt County... — Updated 9/18/2023

 By Autumn Scott    News

Joint luncheon covers CATS, sports complex

Curry County and the City of Clovis held a joint luncheon Wednesday to collaborate on changes to benefit both the city and county. Some of the items on the agenda that county and ci... — Updated 9/16/2023

 By David Stevens    News

Pages past, Sept. 13: Would-be robber gets all wet

On this date ... 1927: Portales Canning Co. was preparing for its first full-day run of the season. A day later, the company’s 70 employees produced 12,000 cans of tomatoes.... — Updated 9/12/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Roosevelt commissioners hold meetings on action items

In effect, the Roosevelt County Commission held two meetings, one on Tuesday and one on Friday, to complete a single agenda. On Tuesday, the commission on a 3-2 vote decided not to take action on action items because, as... — Updated 9/9/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Commission to appoint replacement for Bryant

The Clovis City Commission will appoint a replacement for District 3 Commissioner David Bryant, the commission decided on Thursday, and on Friday began accepting applications from... — Updated 9/9/2023


Meetings calendar - Sept. 10

Monday *Clovis Astronomy Club – 7 p.m., Room 101, Clovis Community College, 417 Schepps Blvd., Clovis. Use west parking lot entrance. Information: 757-846-7509 Tuesday *Curry County Commission – 9 a.m., Commission Chambers, Cur... — Updated 9/9/2023


Court to hear abortion arguments

The New Mexico Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 13 on whether anti-abortion ordinances passed in Clovis, Roosevelt County and other New Mexico communities violate state law or the state... — Updated 9/5/2023


Former governor Bill Richardson had big dreams for state

No one ever accused Bill Richardson of not thinking big - and dreaming bigger. Of all those thoughts and dreams, New Mexico sports were a prime beneficiary. To the mind-bending... — Updated 9/5/2023


Meetings calendar - Sept. 3

Monday *Labor Day Tuesday *Roosevelt County Commission - 9 a.m., Commission Room, Roosevelt County Courthouse, 109 W. First St., Portales. Information: 575-356-5307 Wednesday *Clovis Community College Board of Trustees – 8 a.m.,... — Updated 9/2/2023


Clovis city commissioner resigns

Embattled Clovis City Commissioner David Bryant on Wednesday submitted his resignation, effective immediately. “It is with heavy heart I regret to inform you that I will no... — Updated 8/26/2023 Full story


Clovis officials more than double sign-on stipend for hiring new police

The Clovis City Commission on Thursday more than doubled the sign-on stipend for hiring new police officers. On Clovis Police Chief Roy Rice’ recommendation the commission raised the sign-on stipend from $2,000 to $5,000,... — Updated 8/26/2023


Portales residents weigh in on water use restrictions at meeting

Nearly 50 city and county residents crowded into Tuesday night’s Portales City Council meeting, eager to hear updates on water use reduction efforts and to learn whether restrictions will continue within city limits. City... — Updated 8/26/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

ENMWUA board approves $15 million loan agreement

The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority (ENMWUA) board on Thursday approved a loan agreement in the amount of $15 million with the New Mexico Finance Authority, with the city of Clovis footing the bill. “The city of... — Updated 8/26/2023


Meetings calendar - Aug. 20

Monday *City of Clovis Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Committee – 5:30 p.m., North Annex, Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main, Clovis. Prior to the meeting, the board will meet at 4 p.m. Bob Spencer Field to tour... — Updated 8/19/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Commish hears numbers on public service negotiations

The Roosevelt County Commission discussed dollar amounts and other numbers involved with services the county provides to the city and vice versa. On Tuesday, county commissioners Tina Dixon and Roy Lee Criswell presented recent... — Updated 8/19/2023

 By Walter Rubel    Voices

Opinion: Broadband office responsible for using money wisely

The Communications Act of 1934 states that everyone in the United States should have access to rapid, efficient nationwide communications services, no matter where they live. A decades-long national effort was launched to bring... — Updated 8/19/2023


Portales officials vote to prioritize health facility

The Portales City Council voted on Tuesday to place a regional behavioral health facility within the top five of the city’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) priorities for 2025 to 2029. City Manager Sarah Austin... — Updated 8/12/2023


Meetings calendar - Aug. 13

Monday *Clovis Astronomy Club – 7 p.m., Room 101, Clovis Community College, 417 Schepps Blvd., Clovis. Use west parking lot entrance. Information: 757-846-7509 Tuesday *Roosevelt County Commission - 9 a.m., Commission Room,... — Updated 8/12/2023


Meetings calendar - Aug. 6

Monday *Ribbon cutting – 10 a.m., new Portales City Hall, 1028 W. Community Way, Portales. Information: 575-356-6662 Tuesday *Curry County Commission – 9 a.m., Commission Chambers, Curry County Administration Complex, 417... — Updated 8/7/2023


Applications sought for Civil Aviation Board

CLOVIS -- The city of Clovis is seeking applications for one representative to serve on the Civil Aviation Board, the city announced in an email. The aviation board meets quarterly at 5:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of that month... — Updated 8/5/2023


Health facility location still under consideration

A gathering of representatives from five New Mexico counties came “closer to consensus” Wednesday on where to locate a 48-bed regional behavioral health facility but reached no decision, according to James Corbett, a principal... — Updated 8/5/2023


Clovis commission makes behavioral health facility priority

The Clovis City Commission voted on Thursday to make a regional behavioral health facility as their top priority for the city’s Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP) for 2025-2029. The plan was put together and... — Updated 8/5/2023

 By Madison Willis    News

Clovis official leads public meeting on infrastructure plan

Clovis Assistant City Manager Claire Burroughes gathered city commissioners and Clovis residents on Monday to provide input on what projects they believed should be included in the city’s Infrastructure and Capital Improvement... — Updated 8/1/2023


Clovis commissioners approve 2024 final budget

The City of Clovis Commission will be starting the fiscal year 2024 with a $67 million cash balance in the budget, which is $7 million more than what was predicted in the preliminary budget that was hosted in May, said City Finance... — Updated 8/1/2023


Clovis to hold special meeting for budget

The Clovis City Commission will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Monday to decide whether to approve adoption of fiscal year end results and adoption of a final budget for fiscal year 2024. Fiscal year 2023 ended June 30. Fiscal... — Updated 7/29/2023


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