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Clovis defensive end Jordan Holguin was one of three Wildcats selected to play in the Class 5A/6A North-South All-Star Game, set for July in Albuquerque. He was joined on the roster by tackle Tabor Stanfield and defensive back Kaine Bender.

Three Cats named to North-South squad

STAFF REPORT More than a dozen Curry and De Baca county high school seniors have been selected to one of three North-South All-Star football teams, according to releases from the New Mexico Coaches Association. The senior-only games include various combinations of the seven classes of football — six-man, eight-man, and classes 2A through 6A. All […]

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Important WIPP stay closed until good plan made

The New Mexico Environment Department got tough with the feds to the tune of $54 million in civil penalties. And for good reason: a leaky drum of nuclear waste packed for shipment at Los Alamos National Laboratory that contaminated nearly two dozen workers at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad and resulted in closure […]

Depence on fickle oil, gas no fun

By Tom McDonald State columnist It’s almost laughable the way Americans just can’t win with gasoline prices. If they go up, it’s money out of our pockets, and if they go down, it’s money out of our investments. Poor folks couldn’t care less about how it affects the financial markets; they’re all for the cheaper […]

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Curry County Assessor Candace Morrison looks over some work in her office.

Artsy assessor

Candace Morrison was born in Portales. She was raised in Clovis from the time she was 7 years old. Morrison graduated with the class of 1999 at Melrose High School. She studied computer information systems at Clovis Community College and earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration degree at Eastern New Mexico University. Morrison went […]

Redstone true winter wonderland

By Karl Terry Local columnist One of the things I miss about Colorado is the postcard perfect scenes at Christmastime. It’s hard to beat a blue spruce tree loaded with snow — unless you drive into a whole peaceful grove of them on Christmas Day and notice elk feeding and resting peacefully all around you. […]

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