Honor roll — Week 3

Top area performaces for Week 3 Passing Player, team Com-att-int-yards Daniel Campos, Muleshoe 15-30-1-224 Joe Casas, Bovina 11-15-2-186 Will Ramsey, Clovis Christian 11-13-0-106 Daulton Hatley, Clovis 8-18-2-58 Justin Rucker, Texico 4-5-0-48 Rushing Player, team Att-yards Kyle Idtensohn, Fort Sumner 39-372 Mason Golden, Texico 36-219 Juan San Juan, Clovis 30-170 Jacob Lopez, Muleshoe 12-163 Charley Rodriguez, […]

Prep football standings — Sept. 18

New Mexico All Times MDT District 4-6A Dist. All W-L W-L Alamogordo 0-0 3-0 Hobbs 0-0 2-1 Clovis 0-0 1-2 Carlsbad 0-0 0-3 Friday’s games Alamogordo at Mayfield, 7 p.m.; Carlsbad at El Paso Eastwood, 7 p.m.; Clovis at Rio Rancho Cleveland, 7 p.m.; Onate at Hobbs, 7 p.m. District 3-4A Dist. All W-L W-L […]

Police officer faces internal investigation

By Robin Fornoff Projects Editor rfornoff@cnjonline.com A Clovis police officer is facing an internal investigation for use of force, police said Wednesday in a news release. While police did not release the officer’s name, Attorney Dan Lindsey claims Officer Brent Aguilar slammed his handcuffed client to the ground  during a traffic stop on Aug. 3. […]

Area has potential for heavy rain, flooding

Staff and wire report Eastern New Mexico may miss the brunt of the remnants from Tropical Storm Odile, but the potential for heavy rain and flooding are still possible today and Friday. Paul Nelson, Clovis’ acting emergency management director, said he’s been in briefings Tuesday and Wednesday with the National Weather Service in Albuquerque about […]

Santa Fe Orchestra joined by local choirs for Cultural Arts Series

By Rick White Managing Editor rwhite@cnjonline.com Nearly 200 musicians will perform Handel’s Messiah as part this year’s Clovis Community College Cultural Arts Series, including a rare eastern New Mexico performance by the Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra. The English-language oratorio is one of eight performances in the series, which is in its 14th season, which kicks […]

Roosevelt commission names new county manager

By Lillian Bowe Staff writer lbowe@pntonline.com Amber Hamilton, a Roosevelt County native, has been named its new county manager. County Commission Chairman Kendell Buzard said commissioners offered the job to Hamilton on Wednesday and she accepted. “I want to serve the community in a broader way than I have and I’m excited for this new […]

Thanks to teachers who go the extra mile

Sandia Elementary principal Mike Read recently called to let us know that a class at Sandia was going to be launching rockets. Too good of an opportunity to pass up, we contacted the teacher doing the project and made arrangements to come by. Michelle Tusher, who teaches a range of students from various grades is […]

Pages past — Sept. 18

On this date … 1960: A man accused of stealing $32,000 from a New Jersey bank on Sept. 12 was arrested in Clovis. City Police Chief Ollie Damron, Capt. Lloyd Niece of the Clovis PD and FBI Agent Frank Haines arrested the Long Branch, N.J., man at Hotel Clovis. The suspect told the officers he […]

Police blotter — Sept. 18

Clovis police, sheriff, and fire call logs: Caller reported: Tuesday ∞ 12:14 a.m.: Shots fired, 1500 block of U.S. 60. ∞ 12:38 a.m.: Remove subject, 3700 block of North Prince Street. ∞ 3:03 a.m.: Battery, 800 block of Gidding Street. ∞ 4:22 a.m.: Missing person, 10 block of Sparrow Court. ∞ 5:52 a.m.: Motor vehicle […]

Meetings watch: Clovis City Commission

The Clovis City Commission will meet 5:15 p.m. Thursday at the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Agenda items include: • A 4:45 p.m. executive session for discussion of the acquisition of water rights. • An ordinance to amend city code to define adult entertainment, should anybody wish to set up a strip club […]

What’s happening — Sept. 18

Today Preschool Story Hour — 10 a.m., Clovis-Carver Public Library. Information: 575-769-7840. City Commission meeting — 5:15 p.m., North Annex, Clovis- Carver Public Library. Information: 575-769-7828. Eastern New Mexico Water Utility Authority meeting — 10 a.m., Memorial building, 200 E. 7th St., Portales. Information: 575-769-7828 Friday Ribbon Cutting for Inspire Studio — 4:30 p.m., Rooney […]

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ENMU’s Buurma leads D-II in passer efficiency

By Dave Wagner Sports writer dwagner@cnjonline.com After two weeks, the Eastern New Mexico University football team has a national statistical leader. Junior quarterback Jeremy Buurma’s completion percentage may not be all that impressive, but everything else that factors into “passer efficiency” is good enough to have him No. 1 in that category in NCAA Division […]

Tascosa downs Lady Cats

Staff report AMARILLO — Clovis High volleyball coach Gabe Apodaca knew his team was in for a tough time Tuesday night when he watched Amarillo Tascosa warm up. “I was wondering what we’d gotten ourselves into,” Apodaca said. The Lady Wildcats won the opening set, but the Lady Rebels dominated the rest of the way […]

Zias win in soccer, lose in volleyball

Staff photo: Joshua Lucero
ENMU senior Alyssa Prince’s shot is deflected by Southern Nazerene goalkeeper Natasha Fuentes during the second half of Tuesday’s match at the ENMU pitch. The Zias beat the Crimson Storm 1-0.

Staff report PORTALES — Senior defender Victoria Perez scored her first goal of the season early in the match and the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team made it hold up for a 1-0 victory over Southern Nazarene on Tuesday at the ENMU pitch. The Crimson Storm (2-3) was on the attack early with […]

Federal agencies can’t justify overspending

This federal government boondoggle falls into the “you would never do this with your own money” category. If you’ve ever been to former copper mining town Ajo, Arizona, population 3,300, you know it’s not a high-dollar real estate market. In fact, the average price of a home in the hamlet about 40 miles north of […]

Progress stifled by pride and ego

By Robert Arrowsmith Publisher There are an awful lot of grudges around here. I had seen and heard it before, and now that I am publisher they have come out even more. No, I will not go into the specifics of them out of respect to those that have talked to me in confidence, or […]