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By Kevin Wilson MANAGING EDITOR CLOVIS — The Lighthouse Mission had two things to be thankful for on Thursday — plenty of food and... [Read More]
By Alisa Boswell MANAGING EDITOR PORTALES — "Seeing the smiles on everyone's faces" was the best thing about the annual Portales community Thanksgiving dinner... [Read More]
By Kurt Munz-Raper STAFF WRITER Small Business Saturday deals are coming to Clovis and Portales this weekend to give residents a chance to support... [Read More]
By Brooke Finch STAFF WRITER CLOVIS — The global phenomenon has reached celebrities, politicians, sports teams and more. From Hillary Clinton to 4-year-olds, and... [Read More]
Today's family in need: It seems there is an epidemic this year of grandparents raising grandkids. This single grandmother is raising grandchildren ages 5 to... [Read More]
By Dave Wagner SPORTS WRITER Since squaring off in the season opener on a neutral field, Melrose and Gateway Christian have stayed on course... [Read More]
Last week, this column focused on men in the Bible who were thankful. So this week, let us focus on women of the Bible who... [Read More]
Tags: Bible - Faith - thankful
Stage fright, a phenomenon of cumulative social pressure and the expectations and judgements of a crowd of people, is an interesting concept. It is considered... [Read More]
Tags: Opinion - stage - crowd
An Albuquerque man was killed Thursday morning in a single-vehicle crash just north of the intersection of 21st and Thornton Streets. Edward Altieri, 25, of... [Read More]
By Dave Wagner Sports writer CLOVIS — Scott Robinson knew the sledding could be a bit tough for a while when he assumed Clovis... [Read More]
On this date … 1976: Local law enforcement and the Distributive Education Department at Clovis High School hosted a seminar on ways to prevent shoplifting.... [Read More]
Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations: Monday • 8:50 a.m.: Shooting at/from... [Read More]
Here's a guess that the folks who run the New Mexico Motor Vehicle Division are not Black Friday shoppers. They are the folks who scramble... [Read More]
Elections have consequences and some of them are unforeseen. In what NBC news described as a "maneuver that seemed to deliberately limit access to the... [Read More]
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers... [Read More]
By Brooke Finch STAFF WRITER For many area businesses, Black Friday doesn't begin on Friday anymore. Most retail and department stores in Clovis and... [Read More]
By Eamon Scarbrough STAFF WRITER PORTALES — A new business set to arrive in Portales will bring products the community hasn't seen before, according... [Read More]
New Mexico State Police have completed an investigation related to the Roosevelt County Sheriff's Office, NMSP confirmed on Monday. The undisclosed investigation lasted about two... [Read More]
NM healthcare teams celebrated Presbyterian Healthcare Services celebrated healthcare teams across rural New Mexico with National Rural Health Day last week, according to a Presbyterian... [Read More]
Following is a sampling of calls received by dispatchers for Clovis police, Curry County sheriff and area fire stations: Friday • 1:14 a.m.: Concealing identity,... [Read More]
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