Fri. Sep 18th, 2020
NM REPORTS 119 NEW CASES FOR WEDNESDAY- The New Mexico Department of Health reported an additional 119 cases in the state, as well as two deaths related to COVID-19. Curry County showed two new cases, with 15 cases in Roosevelt County. 10 new cases were reported for Chaves County, 16 in Lea… <Read More>
NM WINDS DOWN FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT SUPPLEMENT- The weekly $300 federal supplement unemployment benefits expired on September 5th, according to New Mexico labor officials. The Department of Workforce Solutions announced the tentative end of federal supplements to state unemployment benefits; the AP reports. The state is distributing lump-sum $1,500 payments that cover… <Read More>
FOUR PEOPLE ARRESTED IN ROOSEVELT COUNTY SHOOTING- Four people have been arrested following an incident in Portales. Friday, the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to an address on New York Drive in Roosevelt County I response to a gunshot victim. Upon arrival, deputies located a male victim, with a single gunshot… <Read More>
BUS CRASH SENDS MULESHOE CHILDREN TO HOSPITAL- Multiple children north of Muleshoe were sent to the hospital following  school bus crash. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety officials, initially two children were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries; ABC7Amarillo reports. Later, a new reported was released noting that approximately… <Read More>
COVID-19 CASE COUNT IN NEW MEXICO DROPS SIGNIFICANTLY- New Mexico State Health Officials announced Monday that 81 cases were reported for the state and no new deaths related to COVID-19. Curry and Roosevelt Counties reported zero cases as well as Eddy, De Baca and Quay counties Monday. Nine new cases were reported for… <Read More>
POLICE APPREHEND WANTED SUSPECT SUNDAY- Friday morning a City of Clovis Landfill employee was approached by a 20-year-old male who stated he had been shot. According to a release from the Clovis Police Department, dispatch directed officer and Emergency medical services to respond to the landfill. Upon arrival, officers noted… <Read More>
FORMER CURRY COUNTY DETAINEE TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID-19- The Curry County Detention enter announced that a former detainee has tested positive for COVID-19. The former detainee was brought into the facility by the Clovis Police Department on September 4th and was released on the 5th. The detainee was tested per protocol upon booking.… <Read More>

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NCAA cancels Fall championships- The NCAA's Division II Presidents Council announced that seven 2020 fall championships will be canceled, due to the operational, logistical and financial challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. The council made the move after the NCAA Board of Governors directed each division to make a… <Read More>

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