Tue. Apr 13th, 2021
STREAMING SERVICE SCAM CIRCULATING- The NMAA office has received several inquiries regarding video streaming services that promote various high school events but are not official partners of the New Mexico Activities Association nor our member schools. Please be aware that currently Clovis Municipal Schools only provides online streaming of… <Read More>
ROOSEVELT COUNTY EXTENDS DROUGHT EMERGENCY- The Roosevelt County Board of Commissioners declared an extreme drought and fire danger emergency within the unincorporated areas of Roosevelt County during their regular Commission meeting Nov. 9, 2020. This resolution was again renewed on April 6, 2021, with agricultural burning permitted. This was based… <Read More>
REGISTER TODAY FOR COUNTY CHAMBER’S POST LEGISLATIVE SESSION- The Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce and Clovis Economic Development (CIDC) – in partnership with the City of Clovis and the Clovis Civic Center – are hosting a post-legislative session event on Wednesday, April 14 at 8 a.m. MT. With options to attend in person… <Read More>
CURRY COUNTY OFFICIALLY IN TURQUOISE- Curry County joined Roosevelt County in the turquoise designation Wednesday as the state unveiled its latest “Red to Green” data for COVID-19 mitigation. Since Nov. 30, the state has compiled data every two weeks based on whether counties have met the gating criteria of 8… <Read More>
TAKE PART IN A SURVEY TO HELP RECREATIONAL PROJECTS THROUGHOUT THE STATE- The New Mexico State Parks Division is currently preparing its five-year update of the State Outdoor Recreation Plan. This plan will assess priorities for Land and Water Conservation Fund grants for 2021 through 2025. The Land and Water Conservation Fund provides matching grants for outdoor… <Read More>
HELP CONSERVE WATER DURING THE MONTH OF APRIL- The City of Clovis is partnering with EPCOR, our municipal water provider, throughout the month of April to promote water conservation in the Clovis area. Water conservation is crucial for our area, and it is important that our community manages and protects our water today… <Read More>
SCAM CIRCULATING THE HIGH PLAINS- In recent weeks, there has been a local scam circulating the high plains area, more specifically Melrose. On behalf of the Melrose school district, they have released the following statement: "Melrose schools does not use a third-party vendor to solicit donations from businesses via phone… <Read More>

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