Honors —

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Courtesy photo Dorothy Bean, center, accepting the Governor’s Volunteer Award during a conference April 15 in Albuquerque. Bean Plains Regional Medical Center auxilian Dorothy Bean was awarded the prestigious governor’s volunteer award. Bean was presented the award at the 13th annual Governor’s Spotlight on Volunteers Conference held April 15 at the Sheraton Albuquerque Uptown. She […]

Hounds earn first regional track ranking

CNJ staff PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s track team is ranked this week for the first time in the program’s history in the U.S. Track & FIeld and Cross County Association’s NCAA Division II regional poll. The Greyhounds were ranked ninth in the South Central Region. They were one of five Lone […]

Births — April 3

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Wicker Gage Gregory Wicker was born March 10, 2011, to Grayson and Shara Wicker of Clinton, Okla., at Abilene Regional Medical Center in Abilene, Texas. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces. He has one sister, Shayla Brie Ann Wicker, 3. Grandparents are Brad and Debbie Hunton of Portales and Jerry and Doris Wicker of Clovis.

Regional science fair results

Senior Division • Overall winners (continuing to the international fair) International competitors: Hellen Chiou and Louis Garcia Observer: Michael Dugas • Animal science First place: Alysha Garcia • Biochemstry First place: Hellen Chiou • Behavioral and social science First place: Alonzo Apodaca • Physics and astronomy First place: Michael Dugas Second place: Omar Casada Third […]

Year in review: PRMC expands; Melrose breaks ground on clinic

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File photo Plains Regional Medical Center Administrator Hoyt Skabelund inspects surgery rooms in a newly opened outpatient surgery center. CNJ staff In 2010, Melrose broke ground on the first health clinic to be located in the Curry County village. Money to build the facility, $500,000, was obtained through a state community development grant. The 1,920 […]

Korea rift best left to regional players to solve

Freedom New Mexico Recent developments on the Korean peninsula have thrust the United States into yet another mini-crisis about which our country can do little but complain, in part because none of the realistic available options is remotely attractive. The frustrations Americans, from policymakers to citizens, are feeling should be a reminder, when things settle […]

Area Texas prep playoffs — Nov. 26

CNJ staff Regional semifinals Class 2A Division I At Lubbock Wall 38, Muleshoe 28, F Class 1A Division II At Canyon Farwell 28, Bovina 21, F

ENMU men seventh in regional cross country

CNJ staff WARRENSBURG, Mo. — Junior Mohammed Noor finished 13th with a time of 32 minutes, 16.13 seconds over 10 kilometers Saturday, leading Eastern New Mexico University’s men to a seventh-place team finish in the NCAA Division II South Central Regional cross country meet, hosted by Central Missouri. The host Mules took the team title […]

Police: Child killed crossing street

CNJ staff Police say a 4-year-old boy killed by a vehicle Sunday was following his older sister across the street when he was struck. Xavier Salcido was pronounced dead at Plains Regional Medical Center shortly after the crash, according to a Monday press release from the Clovis Police Department. Around 4 p.m. Nadine Armijo, 46, […]

Officials: Area needs more rentals

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis City Commissioner Randy Crowder talks about gross receipts taxes and energy regulations adding costs to construction projects. Crowder spoke Thursday at a Regional Growth Planning Office housing forum. Liliana Castillo After 3 1/2 hours of information sharing and discussion at the Regional Growth Planning Committee regional housing forum, officials […]