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Teen identified as homicide suspect

Clovis police on Monday arrested a 17-year-old on a murder warrant out of Pima County, Ariz. The teen was also identified as a suspect in the weekend shooting death of Clovis' Isayah Montano, 18, according to a police news... — Updated 9/25/2023


City plans controlled burn at Ned Houk

The Clovis Fire Department on Tuesday morning is scheduled to conduct a controlled burn at Ned Houk Park. The burn is slated to begin at 7 a.m. and last 8-10 hours, according to a... — Updated 9/25/2023 Full story


Obituary: Raymond Atchley Jr.

Raymond Eugene "Gene" Atchley Jr (fondly known as Tubby and Grandpa), age 68, of Clovis, NM passed away on Tuesday, September 19, 2023. Memorial service will be held on Saturday,... — Updated 9/25/2023


Walk to spotlight substance abuse recovery

The Curry County Health Council, in partnership with United Way of Eastern New Mexico, is hosting a “recovery walk” from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at Greene Acres Park, according to a county news release. “Recovery month... — Updated 9/25/2023


Jail Log - September 25

Click Here for Curry County Jail Logs Click Here for Roosevelt County Jail Logs... — Updated 9/25/2023 Full story

 By Landry Sena    News 

Clovis commission fills District 3 seat

Clovis city commissioners on Thursday named Debbie Zamora to fill the empty seat in District 3. Zamora, Douglas Pettigrew and Christopher Davis all applied to fill the spot after Co... — Updated 9/24/2023

 By Autumn Scott    News 

Big honor

The Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico is among 1,000 second-round finalists chosen for the Yield Giving Open Call. Yield Giving is an organization founded by MacKenzie Scott, the... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Ron Warnick    News 

Dispensary aims to bring life back to Glenrio

GLENRIO - In this border town in far eastern Quay County, a sign for a long-closed spot along Route 66 once proclaimed it as the "First Motel in Texas" and "Last Motel in Texas." Wi... — Updated 9/23/2023


Events calendar - Sept. 24

Today *St. Helen Catholic Church 2023 Fiesta – 10 a.m.-4 p.m., St. Helen Catholic Church, 1600 S. Ave. O, Portales. Fun, games, food, live music. Theme basket and cash raffles; tickets available until drawing at 4 p.m.... — Updated 9/23/2023


Jail log - Sept. 24

Booked The following were booked into local jails (Tuesday - Friday): Clovis • Armando Soriano, 71, out-of-state fugitive • Patrick Martinez, 36, probation violation, parole violation, use of telephone to terrify, intimidate, t... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By David Stevens    News 

Pages past, Sept. 24: Biggest bargain in town – a library card

On this date ... 1934: A Santa Fe railroad conductor was seeing “decided improvement” after suffering burns on his hands a week earlier. S.K. Cotton was tarring his roof, at... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Madison Willis    News 

Roosevelt officials push to charge more for holding inmates

Roosevelt County commissioners on Tuesday further pushed for the city of Portales to pay more for holding inmates at the county detention center. County Commissioner Tina Dixon led the discussion in updating the continued public se... — Updated 9/23/2023


Meetings calendar - Sept. 24

Monday *Roosevelt County Crimestoppers — Noon, Aztec Room, ENMU Campus Union Building, Portales. Information: Darla Reed at [email protected] or 575-226-5237 *City of Clovis Parks, Recreation, and Beautification Committee... — Updated 9/23/2023


Curry, Quay score funds after storms

SANTA FE – The governor’s office issued two executive orders last week approving emergency funding for Quay and Curry counties after they were hit by spring storms. Both executive orders from Michelle Lujan Grisham provide up... — Updated 9/23/2023


United Way approves food bank grant

The board of directors of United Way of Eastern New Mexico has approved a $5,000 supplemental grant to the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico, according to a United Way news release. The Sept. 3 fire that closed Walmart “for... — Updated 9/23/2023


Pet of the week - Sept. 24

Baxter is 117 pounds of love and lively enthusiasm in his Portales home, said his owner, Amanda Berg. The 9-year-old Rottweiler always plays the role of "playmate" with other dogs... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Madison Willis    News 

Paw prints: Distemper outbreak reported in Clovis

In the past six weeks, several animal clinics and shelters have reported an increase in distemper cases in the city of Clovis. Retired Veterinarian Dr. David Hudson said the highly contagious and deadly disease has become a full... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Landry Sena    News 

In tribute: Longtime ENMU professor 'passionate'

Kevin Wilson remembers Professor Sue Strickler's pop quizzes that weren't so fun at the time. It was his freshman year in the fall of 1996 at Eastern New Mexico University. Wilson,... — Updated 9/23/2023


Second man charged in August battery

A second man has been charged in connection with the Aug. 22 battery of Clovis’ Loydale Kirven. Kirven was shot in the leg after a verbal altercation turned violent, court records show. J.D. Pringle, 36, is in the Curry County... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Landry Sena    News 

Q&A: PRMC's new chief executive talks job, hospital priorities

Editor's note: This is one in a continuing series of state-of-the-entity interviews with local officials. Bill Priest is the newly hired hospital chief executive for Plains... — Updated 9/23/2023


Ask the news - Sept. 24

Is it OK to bury your deceased pet in your yard in Clovis? In a word: No. According to a Clovis city ordinance, when a pet is deceased its remains become classified as garbage and garbage and/or rubbish, according to the... — Updated 9/23/2023

 By Autumn Scott    News 

Clovis Walmart opens mobile pharmacy

The Clovis Walmart on Thursday opened a mobile pharmacy, but a timeline for reopening the rest of the superstore remains unclear. Joe Pennington, director of the Walmart press... — Updated 9/23/2023 Full story


Walmart competitors see customer increase

With Clovis’ Walmart shut down by the Sept. 3 fire, competitors have seen an increase in customers and they’ve hired more staff to accommodate them. Bill Bargman, director of Clovis’ Albertson’s grocery, said they’ve... — Updated 9/21/2023


Suspect in Clovis jewelry thefts being held in Texas jail

Clovis police have named Junayd Howard, 25, of Clovis as a suspect in three Clovis jewelry store burglaries and one attempted burglary at Diamonds Evermore in late August and early... — Updated 9/19/2023


Public records access in Legislature spotlight

When the state Legislature meets again in January, one issue it’s expected to consider is public records access. Eddy County officials said this month the state’s Inspection of Public Records Act will be a legislative priority... — Updated 9/19/2023


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