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Results of EPAC track meet

Thursday at Melrose Boys Team standings: 1. Texico 146; 2. Fort Sumner 73; 3. Eunice 69 3/5; 4. Logan 61; 5. Tatum 41 1/5; 6. Melrose 16; 7. Dora 15; 8. Floyd 11; 9. San Jon 10; 10. Clovis Christian... Full story

 

Water meeting becomes heated

A meeting to discuss the $500 million Ute Water Pipeline Project escalated into a screaming match Friday in Portales between residents who oppose the project and local officials addressing their...

 

State police investigating explosive device

SANTA ROSA — New Mexico State Police are investigating after an explosive device was found at a famous diving spot in eastern New Mexico. Sgt. Emmanuel Gutierrez said the state police bomb squad...

 

Surprise. Surprise. Melrose, Logan meet in 1A title tilt

ALBUQUERQUE — Melrose girls coach Toby Bostwick expected to have a competitive team this season, but even he's a little surprised the fifth-seeded...

 

State tournament brackets

QUARTERFINALS (Seeds in parentheses) Boys All games Wednesday Class 5A At The Pit, Albuquerque (7) Hobbs 66, (2) Sandia 65. (12) Manzano vs. (4) Clovis, 1:15 p.m. (6) Las Cruces High vs. (3) La... Full story

 

Weekly fishing report - March 12

Northeast Cabresto Lake — Work on the dam has been completed and the area has reopened to the public. However, the area received about a foot of new snow this past week making access a bit...

 

Special districts allowed in EPCOG under bylaw changes

The Eastern Plains Council of Governments amended bylaws Wednesday and joined others in opposing the listing of the lesser prairie chicken as a threatened or endangered species. The most significant...

 

Sen. Pat Woods says system of regent appointments too political in nature

Republican state Sen. Pat Woods of Broadview is supporting proposed constitutional amendments sponsored by Las Cruces Democrats Rep. Jeff Steinborn and Sen. William Soules requiring elections for...

 

Commander: Base supports wind energy development

Few questions were asked by regional residents following a presentation by Cannon Air Force Base commander Col. Buck Elton Wednesday morning, during...

 

EPAC a family affair

EPAC. The two-syllable, phonetically-spelled four-letter word that's not really a word is known across southeastern New Mexico as the Eastern Plains A...

 

Second of three lawsuits against Ute water project dropped

The attorney representing the South Shore Home Owners Association dropped a second lawsuit filed against the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority. Thomas Hnasko of Albuquerque dropped the suit... Full story

 

Legislators want local control of capital outlay funds

A million-dollar (or more) question that is likely to face Curry and Roosevelt county lawmakers in the New Mexico Legislature's next session, which...

 

Boys favorites dominate second day of EPAC

MELROSE — As far as boys action was concerned Wednesday in the Eastern Plains Athletic Conference tournament, chalk was the talk, and the high...

 

Area lawmakers largely united on issues

Curry and Roosevelt County state lawmakers seem united on what issues need the most attention in the upcoming New Mexico Legislature, which begins Jan. 15. Education, economic development and...

 

Xcel asking for 14-percent rate increase

Xcel Energy is citing increased energy demand as the reason for seeking a 14.4 percent increase in customer rates. Xcel filed the proposal Wednesday with the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission,...

 

School election filings to open

The Quay County Clerk will be conducting 2013 school elections for Tucumcari, Logan, San Jon and House school districts. Filing day for all interested candidates is Dec. 18 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.... Full story

 

Judge dismisses Logan water project litigation

A state judge on Monday granted a motion to dismiss litigation the Village of Logan filed in an attempt to halt construction on the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System, also known as the Ute Water...

 

Rural water authority approves resolution

The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority has approved a resolution affirming commitment for the operation and management of the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water System. The authority took the...

 

Film office to host town hall in Clovis

Interested in becoming a movie star? Want your business to be involved in the booming movie industry in New Mexico? A town hall meeting held by the New Mexico State Film Office is scheduled to take pl... Full story

 

Woods appointed to state senate seat

Pat Woods said Tuesday that Gov. Susana Martinez has appointed him the District 7 state senator to fill the remainder of Sen. Clint Harden's term. Efforts to reach Martinez's media spokesman weren't...

 

"Stuff Nancy's Truck" campaign starts today

In the spirit of honoring Nancy Taylor's legacy, the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico invites organizations, businesses and individuals to help "Stuff Nancy's Truck." For 10 days, beginning today, the...

 

Accused Tucumcari killer pleads not guilty

QCS Senior Writer Keller A Tucumcari man pleaded not guilty to an open count of murder Monday morning in Quay County Magistrate court in connection... Full story

 

Tornado watch issued

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch this evening for Curry, Roosevelt, Quay, De Baca and Chaves counties. It is in effect until 1 a.m....

 

Bond would bring funding for library acquisitions

If passed, the 2012 GO Bond B question on the Nov. 6 ballot would spread $9.8 million across the state for equipment and supplemental library resource acquisitions, including print, non-print and...

 

Voters face amendment proposals

Among the many choices facing voters in the Nov. 6 general election are five proposed amendments to the New Mexico Constituion. Voters are asked to cast a ballot for or against each of the five...

 

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