Press release: Child sex exploitation case ends in conviction

From U.S. attorney’s office ALBUQUERQUE – Yesterday in federal court in Santa Fe, Kevin Dwyer, a 37-year-old Albuquerque resident, was sentenced to a 20-year term of imprisonment to be followed by a lifetime of supervised release for his conviction on child sexual exploitation and pornography charges, announced U.S. Attorney Kenneth J. Gonzales.

City must decide on redistricting by mid-November

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Plan A Every time the year ends with a zero, it’s time for the U.S. to do a Constitutionally-dictated process called the U.S. Census. About a year-and-a-half later, when the year ends in a one, it’s time for state and local governments to use that information and remap its representation. [...]

Curry County Cats’ season ends in playoff loss

CNJ staff ALBUQUERQUE — No matter how well you play on defense, you still have to score to win. The Curry County Cats’ first season ended on Sunday in the Pecos Division playoff finals. Curry County managed only four first downs and lost to the unbeaten Albuquerque Titans 14-0 in a game played on a [...]

Legislative session ends with some gains, some setbacks

Kevin Wilson New Mexico legislators left Santa Fe this weekend, and they are assuming they’ll be gone until September. “But we never know,” said Sen. Gay Kernan, R-Hobbs. The 60-day session closed Saturday, with some legislators touting local gains and bemoaning statewide disappointments. Legislators did send a $5.4 billion budget with more than $150 million [...]

Year in review: City ends busy year with re-opening of Hull overpass

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The Hull Street Overpass re-opened in November, signaling the end of 28 month of frustration for many Clovis residents. Kevin Wilson More than $3 million and 254 tons of steel. Thousands of vehicle pass-overs per day. And sighs of relief throughout south Clovis. The re-opening of the Hull Street Overpass in early November was one [...]

Investigation ends in reprimand, policy change

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer An internal investigation into the mistaken release of a prisoner from Curry County’s jail has ended with a reprimand and a major change in jail policy. A report of the investigation at the Curry County Adult Detention Center was released Friday. The internal investigation centers on the release last [...]

Somebody tell her how the story ends

Dianna Hernandez is blogging again.

Central Baptist hosting live simulcast

CNJ staff Central Baptist Church of Clovis will be hosting a simulcast of Living Proof Live. The first-time event on Oct. 7 starts at 7 p.m. and ends at 9 p.m. The second broadcast on Oct. 8 starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 12:30 p.m. Central Baptist Church will open its doors to the [...]

8/25 Education Digest

ENMU begins fall semester Monday PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will begin the fall semester on Monday. The last day to register is Sept. 2. The semester ends on Dec. 16. Currently enrolled students may register online at http: www.enmu.edu. New students should contact the advising center at 562-2338. — Compiled by [...]