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ENMU volleyball squad earns split in Iceman Invite

ODESSA, Texas – Eastern New Mexico University’s volleyball team earned a split on Friday’s first day of Texas-Permian Basin’s Iceman Invitational, beating Sul Ross State 25-16, 25-17, 25-19 before losing to the host Falcons... — Updated 9/9/2023


ENMU soccer squads wrap up opening weekend in Colorado

ALAMOSA, Colo. – The Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team completed its season-opening weekend in Colorado with its second draw, tying Fort Lewis 1-1 on Sunday. Meantime, the ENMU men fell to 1-1 for the season... — Updated 9/5/2023


On the shelves - Sept. 3

The books listed below are now available for checkout at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. The library is open to the public, but patrons can still visit the online catalog at cloviscarverpl.booksys.net/opac/ccpl or call... — Updated 9/2/2023


ENMU pays tribute to educator Pinnell

Since opening in 1934, it is only on rare occasions and for exemplary reasons that the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents has approved renaming a campus facility. There... — Updated 8/26/2023

 By David Stevens    News

Pages past, Aug. 16: Bosque Redondo monument opens

On this date ... 1945: The victory over Japan as announced by President Truman was celebrated by a group of 15 young people who met at Portales’ West Side Baptist Church. The... — Updated 8/15/2023

 By David Stevens    Voices

Publisher's journal: Bosque Redondo Memorial shows native truth, too

More than 50 years ago – on Aug. 16, 1970 – the Fort Sumner State Monument was dedicated. Its focus was on the U.S. Army fort, which, according to media coverage at the time: ... — Updated 8/15/2023


Hounds eighth in LSC preseason football poll

RICHARDSON, Texas – Defending Lone Star Conference football champion Angelo State has been tabbed to repeat its crown in a vote of league coaches and sports information directors, plus media members. The Rams (12-1 overall and... — Updated 8/5/2023

 By Steve Hansen    News

Portales district denies teacher claims

The Portales Municipal School District has filed a response to a federal lawsuit by a former teacher who claims she was forced to resign her teaching job due to pressure from district officials. The response does not go into... — Updated 8/1/2023


Clovis Bassmasters take first place in state qualifier

It was the second tournament for the Clovis Bassmasters club and the second time the high schoolers and middle schoolers picked up top honors. The Clovis club, an affiliate of New Mexico Bass Nation, took to Ute Lake Sunday for... — Updated 7/11/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Former Portales teacher suing school district

A former Portales teacher is suing the school district after she claims to have been forced to resign for teaching the book “The Hate U Give” to her freshman honors English class. The teacher, Kelly Cradock, was employed by Por... — Updated 7/1/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Q&A: Portales schools superintendent talks changes, expectations

Editor's note: This is one in a continuing series of interviews with local officials. Johnnie Cain is the superintendent for Portales Municipal Schools. Q: The Legislature made up s... — Updated 6/27/2023


Clovis students earn top places in fishing tournament

It was Clovis High School's fishing club's first tournament and they came back with first-place honors. Colter Williams of the Clovis Bassmasters, an affiliate of New Mexico Bass... — Updated 6/20/2023

 By Landry Sena    Sports

Longtime area coach dies at 87

Longtime area basketball coach Jimmy Joe Robinson passed away at the age of 87 last weekend, and the news has affected many locals that knew and loved him. According to his obituary... — Updated 6/17/2023


Vernon Long: More than a photo in a frame

I've been to a lot of funerals and memorial services. It comes with the territory when you live in a small community for a long time. The one for World War II veteran Thomas Vernon... — Updated 6/10/2023


Remembering a veteran

If you grew up in New Mexico and are my age or older, I would bet money you knew someone who was in the Bataan Death March in World War II. It might have been your dad, your uncle,... — Updated 6/7/2023 Full story


Wildcat alumni to be recognized at Hall of Honor

Four individuals are set to be recognized Saturday at this year’s Hall of Honor luncheon for Clovis Municipal Schools at the Clovis Civic Center. This year, all four recipients are Wildcat alumni. To be inducted into the Hall of... — Updated 5/30/2023


Foundation to honor long-time athletic trainer

Eastern New Mexico University is opening a foundation account to support athletic training while also honoring long-time trainer Bill Joy. “We are so grateful to the Joy family for agreeing to create this endowment in Bill’s... — Updated 5/27/2023

 By Grant McGee    News

Clovis schools budget put at $168.9 million

The preliminary fiscal year 2024 budget for Clovis Municipal Schools (CMS) is more than the FY24 preliminary budgets of Clovis and Curry County combined. At Tuesday's regular... — Updated 5/27/2023

 By David Stevens    News

Pages past, May 24: City horse ordinances in spotlight

On this date ... 1910: J.D. Osborn, Portales' new city marshal, was cracking down on violators of city ordinances. He was focusing on "speed of drivers of horses," and "hitching... — Updated 5/23/2023


Nora leads Cats to fifth

ALBUQUERQUE – Clovis High's boys needed a big day from senior R.J. Nora on Saturday, and he certainly didn't disappoint. Nora was a busy man as he competed in five finals,... — Updated 5/16/2023


Lady Wolverines second, Eagles third in 1-3A golf

ALBUQUERQUE – Texico’s girls and Clovis Christian’s boys were both second heading into Tuesday’s final round of Class 1-3A state golf at Canyon Club at Four Hills, and understandably playing for second place. The Lady... — Updated 5/13/2023


Clough, Archuleta, Patterson honored

SAN ANGELO, Texas – Freshman left fielder Jonatan Clough and sophomore second baseman Demetrio Archuleta earned spots on the All-Lone Star Conference baseball team, announced on Wednesday prior to the start of the LSC’s four-te... — Updated 5/13/2023


Nora, Parkin solid for CHS

ALBUQUERQUE – Clovis High senior R.J. Nora was hoping for a big Saturday in this weekend's Class 5A state track meet at the University of New Mexico track facility. Nora won his... — Updated 5/13/2023

 By Landry Sena    News

Locals honor culture in West Texas A&M ceremony

Two local, soon-to-be college graduates were scheduled to participate in West Texas A&M University’s (WTAMU) Donning of the Stoles ceremony Friday. The pre-commencement ceremony honors students and their cultures. African... — Updated 5/13/2023

 By Autumn Scott    News

Portales veteran headed home

Vernon Long died in a Japanese prison camp during World War II in 1942, records show. On Oct. 9, 1949, a sealed casket the military assigned to Long was buried in the Portales... — Updated 5/13/2023


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