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Former daycare owners granted release pending case appeal

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Supreme Court, in a 3-1 decision, ordered two former Portales daycare owners be granted release from prison pending an appeal on their 2019 convictions. Sandi and Mary...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    September 2, 2020

Logan lawsuit delayed again

PORTALES — A civil suit brought by a Logan teacher and coach who was dismissed three years ago will see another delay before reaching a jury. After a 78-minute virtual hearing Thursday morning in...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    August 26, 2020

Cowboys push for Trump support

CLOVIS - Hundreds of political conservatives gathered in Clovis on Saturday, focused on turning New Mexico into a more conservative state....

 

Youth expo to replace Curry fair

CLOVIS — Hello, Curry County Expo. See you next year, Curry County Fair. Curry County commissioners said both things, and plenty more during a 45-minute conversation in a Wednesday special meeting....

 

Clovis, Curry County to fund fireworks display

CLOVIS — Independence Day fireworks, courtesy of your local governments. With city officials stressing the decision was a one-time deal, the Clovis City Commission voted 6-1 in a Friday special...

 

Supreme Court affirms dismissal

SANTA FE — The New Mexico Supreme Court on Thursday ruled a Portales man’s conviction for fleeing law enforcement was correctly overturned. That’s because the Curry County Sheriff’s Office...

 

Melrose triumphs over Logan

MELROSE - Making the ordinary plays was what got the Melrose Buffaloes an early lead against Logan on Thursday night. Hot shooting and hustle for...

 

Lady Longhorns rally to claim 51-49 victory

MELROSE - The Melrose and Logan girls basketball teams expect to see each other multiple times between Thursday and the conclusion of the season, and...

 

Documentary explores story of 'confession killer'

Sam Thompson calls herself a private person by nature, and being a subject of interviews and documentaries is something she dreads. What she dreads...

 

Flu season starting off strong

When asked how the flu season was going for Plains Regional Medical Center, Administrator Drew Dostal said it was a pretty good flu season. He quickly added that by good, he meant good if you were...

 

Family files suit against state in hot car death

PORTALES — The family of a girl who died in 2017 after being left in a hot car at a Portales daycare is suing the state, alleging shortcomings in training and supervision contributed to the death....

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    October 16, 2019

Yesway to acquire Allsup's

CLOVIS — After months of rumors, Allsup’s Convenience Stores Inc. told its employees Oct. 8 an equity firm that operates Iowa-based convenience store chain Yesway is acquiring it. The deal for...

 

Pigskin preview: Rams aim for final four and further

PORTALES — A quick look at Class 4A football in the Land of Enchantment looks like you’re playing a dice game, with four different title winners...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    June 26, 2019

County, state officials converge on Clovis

CLOVIS —Election reimbursements and workman’s compensation claim investigations probably aren’t that riveting to the people tasked to handle them. They’re even less interesting to John and...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    June 12, 2019

Lawmakers address issues

Be it a senator or a representative, Republican or Democrat, representatives of Quay County assured their constituents the challenges faced in...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    Opinion    June 12, 2019

Hope Sixth and Hines stays forever

I don't get out to Tucumcari as much as I would like. Nearly every time I've been there, it was for a work related reason, and we have staff in...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    June 5, 2019

Legislators urge for cooperation at forum

TUCUMCARI - Be it a senator or a representative, Republican or Democrat, representatives of Quay County assured their constituents the challenges...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    April 24, 2019

Status hearing held in former coach's suit

PORTALES — More than 80 miles away and nearly two years later, a fight continues for the job of a former teacher and basketball coach. A status hearing was held Wednesday at the Roosevelt County Co...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    June 27, 2018

Clovis' Draggin' Main Music Festival kicks off today

CLOVIS — Back in 2017, the people organizing the Draggin’ Main Music Festival and the people organizing the Clovis Music Festival thought they could be better together. “That was a huge test...

 

Not so random acts

CLOVIS - Trae Clark believes in random acts, and he does them whenever he can. But he thinks the act he just finished Sunday wasn't random at all....

 
 By Kevin Wilson    News    May 3, 2017

Group asks for borehole presentation

CLOVIS — A group looking to conduct a deep drilling experiment in Quay County explained Thursday night what it hoped to do over the next few months, should the project continue. Quay County...

 

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...

 

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