New road superintendent appointed

CNJ staff Dennis Fury has been appointed Curry County Road Superintendent, according to a press release from County Manager Lance Pyle. Fury, a Grady native, has been serving as interim superintendent since former superintendent Danny Davis resigned in May, the release said. He has been with the county almost 12 years, most recently serving as […]

Road superintendent resigns

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Curry County Road Department Superintendent Danny Davis resigned from his position Friday, according to County Manager Lance Pyle. Davis, 45, has worked for the county for 14 years, Pyle said. Davis said it was time for a change. “I’m ready to be Danny Davis, not the road superintendent all […]

Local Roundup: Candidate deadline near

CNJ staff Any person who plans to run for political office in the June Primary must make any necessary changes to their voter registration before 5 p.m. Monday, according the Curry County Clerk’s office. The potential candidate’s voter registration must show their correct address and political party affiliation to be included on the ballot. The […]

Pyle promoted to county manager

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Curry County commissioners stayed in-house and hired Lance Pyle as the county manager Tuesday during an executive session. Pyle has served as the interim county manager since Dick Smith resigned in October. Pyle, 27, will earn about $87,500 a year, according to county officials. “We decided rather than go […]

Vigil’s resignation breath of fresh air

By Ned Cantwell: State Columnist State Treasurer Robert Vigil resigned his position. We must remember Vigil is innocent until proven guilty. Vigil resigned last week. At that precise moment it felt as if a white dove flew gracefully overhead while a gentle breeze carrying the faint scent of floral spring deodorizer wafted through the New […]

Top five local stories of 2004

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Curry County saw 11 homicides in 2004. Editor’s note: The Clovis News Journal asked readers to help us identify the top news stories of 2004. Here are results from our Web site poll: 1. Homicides were too frequent: 38 percent Curry County experienced 11 homicides in 2004, including 10 in the city. The most recent […]