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Texico routs Logan, 45-36
By Kevin Wilson ENMN managing editor [email protected] PORTALES - If the Logan Longhorns and Texico Wolverines find themselves back on the floor...
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...
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... 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...
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...
Eligibility issues hound ENMU
Eastern New Mexico University's president said Tuesday he expects the college's eligibility issues to be cleared up by mid-November. He also expects some form of punishment from the NCAA because athle... Full story
Clovis coach gets record 311th win
CLOVIS — As junior Steven Beckum plunged into the end zone, the cannon exploded for one final time Friday night in the south end zone of Leon Williams Stadium, and the only head coach Clovis has... Full story
Tucumcari man recalls running in Olympics
There's always something for Tucumcari's Rex Maddaford to remember when a running of the summer Olympics comes to his television. CMI photo: Thomas... Full story
Officials raise concerns about proposal on grant changes
Count the Eastern Plains Council of Governments as one of numerous entities against a proposed change on Community Development Block Grant rules. Executive Director Sandy Chancey advised members of...
EPCOG audits repeat findings from 2005 report
Audit reports from 2006 through 2008 at the Eastern Plains Council of Government repeat findings from a 2005 report — poor accounting practices that either contributed to misuse of...
Bareback riders just different
CMI staff photo: Tony Bullocks Wyatt Harper of Bosque Farms hangs on during the bareback event of the New Mexico High School Rodeo Association State... Full story
Clovis biodiesel plant plans to sell fuel locally
CLOVIS — A biodiesel producer at the Clovis Industrial Park is setting up to sell its product locally. Renewable Energy Group is prepping a wholesale terminal at the plant, with product available...
Charges dropped against former Clovis police officer
CLOVIS — Criminal charges against a Clovis police officer involved in a fatal vehicle accident in 2010 were dropped Friday. Attorney Dan Lindsey said Judge Teddy Hartley dropped charges after... Full story
Candidates discuss issues at EPCOG forum
State office candidates took two hours Thursday morning at a political forum discussing issues affecting the state and country, with many finding... Full story
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...
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...
Official requests authority's help
PORTALES — A Tucumcari city commissioner requested help Tuesday from the Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority. At the end of the authority's meeting at Portales City Hall, Robert Lumpkin said... Full story
Sen. Harden announces plans to retire
State Senator Clint Harden, R-Clovis, has announced he will not seek a fourth term and plans to retire following 10 years in the state Legislature. "It's something I've been thinking about during the...