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 By David Stevens    News    July 26, 2017

Two daycare workers arrested in child's death

PORTALES - One child died, another is in critical condition and two Portales daycare workers have been arrested for leaving the children in a hot...

 
 By David Stevens    News    July 26, 2017

Baby Maliyah 'happiest, brightest little girl'

PORTALES - Maliyah Jones was only 22 months old, but she'd already developed an irresistible personality. "She was the sweetest, happiest, brightest...

 
 By David Stevens    News    July 19, 2017

'Everybody loved to watch him play'

CLOVIS - When Gevion Lewis stepped to the plate, the crowds would go quiet. "Everybody in the stands knew ... he would put on a show," said Alex Ferna...

 
 By David Stevens    News    July 12, 2017

Cholera found in Clovis pond

CLOVIS - First responders involved in the July 4 rescue of a boy found in the pond at Hillcrest Park have been advised to seek medical treatment,...

 
 By David Stevens    Opinion    April 5, 2017

Let's not overreact to boreholes

“(M)ake it your ambition to lead a quiet life: You should mind your own business and work with your hands ...” — 1 Thessalonians 4:11 What if you were minding your own business ... and then...

 

All comes down to 'basic freedom'

TUCUMCARI - Keith Hayes just wants to be left alone. After all, he's not bothering anybody. He understands some people view his property as unkempt and unsightly, but when you're in the concrete and...

 
 By David Stevens    News    March 1, 2017

Tow truck drivers unsung heroes

Jenelle Hansen remembers spinning out on an icy bridge near Edgewood, about eight or nine years ago. When the excitement was over, she found herself facing the wrong way, just off a busy highway,...

 

Editor's Election Day blog: Ashley close to winning county seat

Tim Ashley seems to be closing in on a Curry County Commission seat. Officials say Ashley is leading Paul D. Barnes, 1,660 votes to 1,540, with about 200 votes to be counted. Debbie Spriggs will be...

 

Three things about Sen. Bingaman

Clovis Media Inc. Editor David Stevens writes about regional history on his blog at: www.highplainsyesterdays.com Here are some recent posts: Jeff Bingaman of yesteryear: U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman, 68,... Full story

 

Aunt: Missing girl has history of 'blanking out'

Aly Marques' life has been more difficult than most. The former Forrest resident (2003-2010) had her first heart surgery to repair a leaky valve when she was 9 days old, said her great aunt, Laurie...

 

Detour never quite explained

Tucumcari has seen more than its share of travelers, thanks mostly to historic Route 66. Sometimes the strangers leave strange stories behind. That was the case when a confused, unemployed trumpet...

 

Tucumcari native remembers longest game

The longest game in professional baseball history has a Tucumcari connection. His name is Mark Corey. The marathon, which began 31 years ago today -- on April 18, 1981 -- lasted 33 innings. Corey was...

 

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