Wed. Jan 19th, 2022
OFFICAL STATEMENT FROM CURRY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE- It is with great sadness that the Curry County Sheriff’s office has released their official statement regarding the death of Curry County Deputy Sheriff Bryan Vannatta, on January 3, 2022. The statement reads as follows: Deputy Vannatta served in federal and local law enforcement for… <Read More>
CMS TO ADD ADDITIONAL EARLY RELEASE DAYS TO YEAR END CALENDAR- In an effort to give teachers more time for professional tasks, the Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education voted to add eight early release days to the spring semester calendar at its Regular Meeting on Tuesday. Beginning in February, the early release days will provide… <Read More>
CURRENT COVID-19 CASE COUNTS- As of January 3, 2022 New Mexico COVID-19 update reports 7,313 new cases, totaling 357,480 for the state of New Mexico. This number includes dates beginning from Friday, December 31, Saturday, January 1, Sunday, January 2, and Monday January 3. Per the state Department of… <Read More>
LAW ENFORCEMENT THROUGHOUT NEIGHBORING COUNTIES IN SOUTHEAST NEW MEXICO EXECUTE ARRESTS IN LONG-TERM INVESTIGATION- On December 20th, 2021, law enforcement throughout southeast New Mexico came together to execute a series of search and arrest warrants throughout Roosevelt County. This was the product of a long-term investigation conducted by the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office, the Portales Police Department, and the… <Read More>
SHOTS FIRED AT LUBBOCK MALL SUNDAY EVENING- On December 19th, 2021 the Lubbock Police Department confirmed that officers responded to a ‘shots-fired’ call at the South Plains Mall early Sunday evening. Shoppers in the mall were told that there was an active shooter in the mall at approximately 5:30 pm. Lieutenant Leath McClure… <Read More>
INTERIM POLICE CHIEF ANNOUNCED- Clovis City Manager Mr. Justin Howalt announced Thursday that Clovis Deputy Chief Roy Rice will serve as Interim Police Chief following Chief Douglas “Doug” Ford’s retirement from the Clovis Police Department on December 31, 2021. Chief Ford has served as Clovis Police Chief since March… <Read More>
NEW MEXICO’S FIRST CASE OF OMICRON VARIANT IDENTIFIED- On Monday, the New Mexico Department of Health (DOH) announced its first identified case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant. The case was identified on Sunday, December 12 and is a female adult in Bernalillo County. The individual reported recent domestic travel to a state with… <Read More>

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SPORTS UPDATE:DECEMBER 2ND-4TH 2021- On December 2 BOYS BASKETBALL Clayton 56 Clovis Christian 37 Hagerman 73 Grady 33 Melrose 58 Floyd 12 Elida 63 Logan 43 On December 3 BOYS BASKETBALL Elida 76 Dexter 66 Dimmit 74 Bovina 47 Midland Legacy 74 Muleshoe 20 On December 4 MEN'S BASKETBALL… <Read More>

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