Wed. Jun 3rd, 2020
FATE OF THE 100TH CURRY COUNTY FAIR TO BE DECIDED- Clovis (KSMX) - Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 100th anniversary of the Curry County Fair may have to wait another year. County Manager, Lance Pyle, is advising the Curry County Commission to cancel the fair but work with the fair board to organize some… <Read More>
SUSPECT IN CUSTODY- CLOVIS (KSMX) - The suspect wanted for Thursday’s homicide has been located and is behind bars thanks to multiple agencies. On Friday, May 29th, at approximately 10 PM officers with the Portales Police Department located Steaphan Shepherd in their jurisdiction after receiving a tip of… <Read More>
Pattern energy donates more than $7,000 to CMS- CLOVIS (KSMX)- Clovis Municipal Schools announced, a donation from Pattern Energy of $7,274.75 to purchase technology items for employees working online enrollment of students and processing financial records. “Pattern Energy is dedicated to supporting education and we are proud to be a part of assisting… <Read More>
Suspect wanted in Thursday’s shooting- CLOVIS (KSMX0- Emergency officials have a suspect in Thursday's shooting in Clovis and has asked the public for information on man's whereabouts. On Thursday, May 28, at approximately 10:30 am officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to 609 Dawn Loop for shots fired and… <Read More>
New Mexico continues on to Phase Two of recovery- SANTA FE (KSMX)- On Thursday, May 28, Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and state officials announced that based on the gating criteria presented during a press conference, the entire state will continue to the next phase of economic recovery. As of June 1, restaurants will be… <Read More>
Major Crime Unit investigates death of man in Curry County- CLOVIS (KSMX)- Clovis police clear the area of 609 Dawn Loop and ask for information after finding a man dead. On Thursday, May 28, at approximately 10:30 am officers of the Clovis Police Department were dispatched to 609 Dawn Loop for shots fired and a… <Read More>
NMAA announces summer sport activities may resume June 15- SANTA FE (KSMX)- During a New Mexico Activities Association board of directors meeting on Thursday, members voted to allow organized summer sports activities to begin on June 15. KRQE in Albuquerque reported that rules in phase one of recovery for athletic sports include individual skill… <Read More>

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Clovis High School welcomes new track coach- CLOVIS (KSMX)- When Clovis High School hosts its home Cross Country Meet on August 28, new head coach, Elizabeth Hita-Ledezma, will be leading the Clovis High School Wildcats. Coach Hita-Ledezma will assume her first head high school coaching position after spending last season as a… <Read More>

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