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County officials visit prison expansion

CLOVIS – It is often said that it takes a village to raise any generation. If their path gets lost, the criminal justice system has secure villages more commonly known as detention centers. Curry…

Can the collector’s body be found in the field

CLOVIS – Drones, dogs, hundreds of volunteers on foot and even a helicopter crew went out to search for Bob Casey after his disappearance on Wednesday evening. The volunteers found the 83-year-old man …

Reopening of the economy is suspended for the moment

A plan to further reopen New Mexico’s economy is on hold for now, as coronavirus cases are increasing in the state and region. Eastern New Mexico and neighboring Texas counties are among those who see the number of positive tests soar. In one…

Calendar of meetings – June 28

Meetings are subject to change due to coronavirus problems Thursday • City of Clovis Commission – 5:15 p.m., North Annex, Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main Street, Clovis. Information: 575-769-7828 July 7 • Curry County Commission …

Calendar of Events – June 28

From day to Tuesday • United Way of Eastern New Mexico – Diaper Drive – Collection of diapers of all sizes for the diapers banks Roosevelt and Curry County. The layers can be deposited at C & S, Inc., 300 W. First, Portales, or Matt 25, 1200 N. Thornton, …

Past Pages – June 28

On this date … 1960: Be on the lookout for web worms. This was the message of the Portales News-Tribune. “Look over your trees. More than likely, you will find several colonies of web worms, and if they are not taken care of quickly, your trees …

The Clovis school board reorganizes the officers

CLOVIS – From Wednesday, there will be new leadership within the Clovis School Board. The board of directors, at its last meeting in 2019-2020 on Wednesday, reorganized its list of officers. Kyle Snider will be president, …

Mixed reactions to law on police cameras

Following racial unrest, protests and nationwide rallies, a new law has been enacted by Santa Fe that requires New Mexico justice officials to wear body cameras and keep them on. And not everyone is satisfied with it. Count State Sen. Pat …

The committee discusses the circulation and relocation of recycling bins

CLOVIS – After meeting for the first time since January, the City of Clovis public works committee has decided that it will need at least one more meeting to do most of its business. The committee met Wednesday morning at Nor …

Clovis man pursues city and police

CLOVIS – A Clovis man pursues the town, its police services and a former officer, alleging that he was arrested and imprisoned without probable cause for shoplifting. Cory Knight’s costume alleges Clovis police officer John Hong …

Opinion: Police reform must include compassion and perspective

President Trump has ideas. Legislators in New Mexico do this too. All politicians have the same goal: to reform the police force so that George Floyds is no longer killed because of allegations of counterfeit $ 20 bills. How to achieve exactly this goal is complicated. Our…

Opinion: Jefferson complex, consequential

They’re coming for Thomas Jefferson. It was always obvious, but now it’s even clearer. Protesters in Portland, Oregon used axes and ropes to knock over a statue of President Thomas Jefferson. New York City Council Moves to Remove …

Opinion: The anti-cop wish goes back

The New York Times has an entertaining story for the Conservatives to read. This is a predominantly white neighborhood, solidly leftist, inspired by the death of George Floyd at the hands of a rogue policeman, they decided to volunteer to become …

Opinion: The last thing the police need is less resources

In case you missed it, 106 people were gunned down in Chicago last weekend. It’s not a typo – 106. If the mainstream media continued to cover the news, instead of just the one that serves or disproves an agenda, we could have heard more. Of the 106 …

Opinion: Visa removes reason to celebrate

Finally! After nearly three decades of pleading with deaf Republican and Democrat congresses for a fair shake, American workers can celebrate. Breaking with his White House predecessors, all of whom displayed an addicted-type commitment to more employment …

Opinion: How do you classify the patriotism of a state?

Personal finance website WalletHub recently released its 50 state “patriotism” ranking. In an era of overturned statues, kneeling athletes, micro-assaults, border wall controversies and globalist agendas, trying to define and …

Public record – June 28

The following marriage licenses were recently issued to the office of the Roosevelt County Clerk: • Bill James Palma Duenas, 49, and Remedios Palma Orallo, 48, both of Killeen, Texas • Braden Wade Fraze, 22 Clovis, and Leah Michelle Weathers,. ..

Clovis University Softball Head Coach Announcement

CLOVIS – Braelyn Kruelskie loved a lot of sports growing up in Oklahoma. “Volleyball, basketball, tennis, a bit of gymnastics,” she said. “It always came down to softball.” Ah, his true love for sport ….

ENMU Sports Director Updates Board of Directors on Reintroduction Plans

PORTALES – Matt Billings has been the sport director of Eastern New Mexico University for about five months. Less than two months after starting his work, he no longer had any sports events to supervise due to the cessation of the COVID-19 pandemic. Friday, he …

ENMU updates regents on reopening plans

PORTALES – With the caveat that plans will certainly change based on state directives and regardless of public health orders as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, staff at the University of Eastern New Mexico updated the regents on the plans Friday to resume in person …

Prison journal – June 28

Reserved The following people have been reserved in local prisons (Tuesday to Friday): Clovis ∞ Antonio Gallegos, 23, drunk driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, reckless driving ∞ Gunner Wynn, 26, identity theft ∞ Zahira …

ENMU board discusses presidential searches

PORTALES – Eastern New Mexico University’s board of directors discussed a pair of presidential searches on Friday, one underway and the other to start soon. Regent Dan Patterson discussed the need to begin the process of replacing Jeff Elwell, who …

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