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State judge dismisses one of three lawsuits against Ute pipeline project

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...

 

'Stuff Nancy's Truck' campaigns receives more than 8,000 pounds of donations

After 10 days of 'Nancy's Truck' driving through Clovis and Portales collecting nonperishable goods, the campaign was declared a success by the...

 

FCC grants Plateau $9.6 million for improving wireless in rural areas

A local communications provider is one of three statewide that received federal money to upgrade mobile service in rural areas of New Mexico that lack 3G or 4G wireless service. According to a...

 

Torres to be arraigned Wednesday

Noe Torres Accused child killer and former fugitive Noe Torres is due back in Clovis Wednesday to face murder charges. District Attorney Matt...

 

Dollar linked to Clovis man turns up in Illinois

A 1935 dollar bill, signed by the deceased brother of a Clovis man in 1943, turned up at Daphne's restaurant in Lincoln Ill., earlier this month....

 

Drought leaves soil vulnerable to wind erosion

Drought and fire have destroyed crops and vegetation in eastern New Mexico, leaving the dry and barren soil vulnerable to wind erosion and leading...

 

Woods, Spears lob attacks at end of forum

Even when it was time for closing statements, Pat Woods and Angie Spears were willing to open attacks on each other at the KTQM political forum. The two-hour forum, aired by Zia Broadcasting from the...

 

Mid-July target date for start of pipeline construction

MELROSE — The first phase of the Ute water pipeline is expected to begin in mid-July despite a federal lawsuit and two civil lawsuits seeking to halt the project. The Eastern New Mexico Water...

 

Harden speaks out on Senate race

Clint Harden feels a primary challenge for his New Mexico Senate seat was engineered by Gov. Susana Martinez, who denies the charge. From left, Clint...

 

Ute project bids higher than projected

The Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority had a pair of firsts Monday. CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Bids for the first phase of construction...

 

Clovis couple wins lottery prize

A Clovis couple won a top prize playing a New Mexico Lottery Scratcher game, according to a press release. According to the New Mexico Lottery press release: Troy and Tiffany Vancleave won $50,000...

 

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