23 Articles in Clovis News
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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

imgSuspect in stabbing to remain in custody

A man suspected of stabbing his wife to death will remain in custody at the Curry County Adult Detention Center. Lloyd Edwards, 69, appeared Thursday before Ninth Judicial District.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

imgPortales school bus collides with tractor-trailer

One Portales school student suffered “some fractures” and was hospitalized in Lubbock until Thursday afternoon, but others injured in a Wednesday morning bus crash were treated.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Steve Hansen

Portales Fire Department plagued by shortages

Manpower losses due to pay issues and burnout are plaguing the Portales Fire Department, resulting in shortages of emergency medical technicians and firefighters, Portales Fire Chief T.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: David Stevens

imgPages past, Jan. 29: New post office opens in Clovis

On this date ... 1957: The Long-Bell International Paper Company at 201 Pile in Clovis was having a penny sale — buy one roll of wallpaper at regular price and receive another.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

Meetings calendar - Jan. 29

Monday *Clovis-Carver Library Board – 5:30 p.m., North Annex, Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main St., Clovis. Information: 575-769-7840 Tuesday *Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority – 10 a.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

imgLocal man returns to prison

Johnny Stonelake had told Clovis Police during a SWAT standoff last fall he wanted to go to jail. Tuesday, Ninth Judicial District Attorney, Quentin Ray, announced Stonelake, 48,.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Local appointed to governor's early childhood board

SANTA FE – Lula Mae Brown, director of Early Childhood Services for Clovis’ ENMRSH, Inc., has been appointed to the state’s Early Childhood Education and Care Advisory Council.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

Jail log - Jan. 29

Booked The following were booked into local jail (Tuesday - Friday): Clovis • Cassandra Loomis, 40, failure to pay fines, larceny • Caitlyn Andazola, 21, aggravated assault • Anthony Chavez, 30, failure to appear on.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

imgJail Log - January 27

Click Here for Curry County Jail Logs Click Here for Roosevelt County Jail Logs... — Updated 1/28/2023


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

Events calendar - Jan. 29

Monday *Last day to donate items for the United Way of Eastern NM Point In Time Count (PIT) for people experiencing homelessness in this area.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

ENMU to host all-you-can-eat chocolate fundraising event

Portales - Eastern New Mexico University’s Department of Art and Culinary Arts program will be hosting an all-you-can-eat “Chocolate Sunday” fundraising event, Feb.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Santa Fe New Mexican

Democrats introduce bill to provide $750 governor-backed tax rebates

SANTA FE -- New Mexico taxpayers who received rebates in 2022 are likely to see another round of payments. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said late last year she wanted to use part of the projected $3 billion in new state revenues to.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

Clovis officials approve Sixth Grade Academy

Clovis Municipal Schools sixth graders will be going to their own school this fall as the CMS school board voted 4 to 1 Tuesday to approve the city’s Sixth Grade Academy.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: The Santa Fe New Mexican

Chief justice praises state's judiciary, defends bail system in speech

SANTA FE -- State Supreme Court Chief Justice C. Shannon Bacon delivered the first State of the Judiciary address in four years Tuesday, telling a joint session of the House and Senate that New Mexico's court system is "battered.


Published: Saturday January 28 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

imgNearly 6 inches of snow fall

Most of eastern New Mexico awoke to about 6 inches of snow on Tuesday, the first significant moisture in months. Several area schools closed or went to remote learning, and most.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

National music acts making way to area stages in April

Area concert venues have announced upcoming concerts in Clovis and Portales. The Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce has announced the lineup for the 2023 Clovis Music Festival, scheduled for April 14 and 15 at the Curry County.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

NM AG seeks to nullify anti-abortion ordinances

New Mexico Attorney General Raúl Torrez has filed an “extraordinary writ” in the New Mexico Supreme Court alleging Clovis, Roosevelt County, Lea County and Hobbs have unlawfully passed ordinances that restrict access to.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Longhorns notch 69-53 district win over Eagles

CLOVIS – Junior Kaden Stoner collected six 3-pointers and finished with 20 points on Saturday as Logan defeated Clovis Christian 69-53 in District 6-1A boys basketball.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

Jail log - Jan. 25

Booked The following were booked into local jails (Friday - Tuesday): Clovis • Deshawn Moore, 34, larceny • Johnny Aragon, 57, failure to appear on misdemeanor charge • Daniel Gardea-Arredondo, 50, failure to pay fines .


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Grant McGee

imgGroup believes it has enough signatures for anti-abortion ordinance vote

Members of Eastern New Mexico Rising believe they have enough signatures to bring about a Clovis citywide election over the city's anti-abortion ordinance.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Governor budgets for higher ed

SANTA FE – The New Mexico Higher Education Department (HED) would receive $1.2 billion in Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s budget recommendations to the New Mexico Legislature for fiscal year 2024, which begins on July 1,.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: the Staff of The News

Fourth fire victim still unidentified

At the state Office of the Medical Investigator (OMI) in Albuquerque they’re calling her, “Jane Doe,” the fourth victim of the Jan.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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Eastern New Mexico News

by: Ron Warnick

imgDog recovered after two years missing

An Albuquerque woman recovered her dog Saturday after it went missing almost two years ago, thanks to a microchip implanted in the animal and a Quay County sheriff's deputy who pick.


Published: Tuesday January 24 2023

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