Weekly update — Jan. 15

Grievance filed against commissioner Fresh off one expensive dispute, it looks like there’s another squabble between a county employee and a Curry County commissioner. Finance Director Mark Lansford has filed a grievance against Commissioner Robert Sandoval, according to an email obtained by the CNJ through a state open records request. The disclosure is on the […]

Weekly update: Nov. 20

Inmate was allowed to work

LSC football update, Oct. 31

CNJ staff Standings All Times MDT

LSC soccer update — Oct. 27

CNJ staff Standings All Times MDT Men

Weekly LSC update — Oct. 27

Standings Conf. All W-L W-L West Texas A&M 15-1 25-2 Angelo State 14-1 25-2 Abilene Christian 10-5 16-11 Tarleton State 8-7 14-13 Cameron 8-8 14-10 Texas Woman’s 8-8 10-15 Midwestern State 7-9 15-10 Incarnate Word 6-10 11-14 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-11 13-12 Texas A&M-Commerce 4-11 9-14 EasternNew Mexico 1-15 5-20 Thursday’s matches Abilene Christian 3, Texas […]

LSC football update – Oct. 24

Standings All Times MDT Conf. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 6-0 7-0 West Texas A&M 5-1 5-2 Abilene Christian 4-1 5-2 Tarleton State 3-3 3-5 Texas A&M-Kingsville 2-3 4-4 Incarnate Word 2-3 2-5 Angelo State 1-4 4-4 Eastern New Mexico 1-4 2-6 Texas A&M-Commerce 0-5 0-7 Saturday’s games Angelo State 45, Texas A&^M-Commerce 14; West […]

Weekly update — Oct. 23

County manager not subject of investigation About the only thing Curry County officials are saying is: There is an investigation and County Manager Lance Pyle isn’t the subject. Pyle was excluded from most of an executive session Tuesday that followed the county commission meeting at Melrose City Hall, then asked to attend for a few […]

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Officials: Missing thumb drive didn’t compromise data District court officials say no data has been compromised after they found a computer thumb drive reported stolen from an employee’s office earlier in the week. The thumb drive was reported stolen Monday, according to a report filed with Clovis Police Department. The drive was located Friday in […]

Weekly update — July 24

Curry County fairbooks available Fairbooks are available for the 2011 Curry County Fair. Fairbooks contain information on everything from the livestock, agriculture and home economics division to 4-H and other departments, including rules for each division and contest. They can be picked up at the Curry County Events Center, Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce and […]

Weekly update — June 19

Testing: Heat, low oxygen likely behind fish deaths Preliminary testing has identified high temperatures and low oxygen as probable reasons for hundreds of fish dying at Dennis Chavez Lake. Parks and Recreation Director Bill Bizzell said a test showed temperatures are abnormally high at 78 degrees with oxygen at a low level of 1.1 milligrams […]

Press release: Black Water Fire Update

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Clovis man charged with torturing animal A 32-year-old Clovis man is in jail on a felony charge of maliciously torturing an animal after police say he stabbed his sister-in-law’s dog. Benito Chavez is being held without bond for an unrelated probation violation, records show. A woman called police around 3 a.m. May 17 and said […]

LSC weekly softball update — May 4

(Regular-season final) South Division Div. All W-L W-L Angelo State 15-6 40-10 Incarnate Word 15-6 31-21 West Texas A&M 14-7 40-14 Texas Woman’ 11-10 29-24 Abilene Christian 11-10 28-27 Tarleton State 10-11 22-25 TX A&M-Kingsville 5-16 24-31 ENMU 3-18 13-41 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 13-4 44-8 Southeastern Okla. 13-5 36-17 East […]

Weekly update — April 2

Citizens’ committees to hear presentation Curry County citizens’ committees are expected to hear a presentation on Monday on financing options to solve jail and courthouse issues. The meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in the North Annex of the Clovis-Carver Library. Kevin Powers, a financial advisor with RBC Capital Markets LLC, in Albuquerque, is expected […]

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Allsup’s plans official opening Monday The upgraded Allsup’s store at 21st and Prince Streets was set to officially open Monday, a representative for the store said. “We’re going to shoot for 6 a.m.,” said Steve Munoz, area supervisor for the chain. However, Saturday saw plenty of traffic at the location, and a clerk who answered […]

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CCC to discuss president’s replacement The Clovis Community College board of trustees will begin discussing a plan to replace retiring President John Neibling at their next board meeting. The meeting will be held 8 a.m. Wednesday in Room 512.

Wednesday morning briefing: Football update, and a historic battle

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Settlement talks ongoing in discrimination case An attorney for the village of Melrose and its former mayor said settlement talks are ongoing in a discrimination claim filed by the village’s former police chief. Friday, Albuquerque attorney Greg Biehler said there is an agreement “in principle” between parties but there are still things to be worked […]

Weekly update — Dec. 19

Investigator recognized by U.S. Attorney’s Office Curry County Sheriff’s investigator Phil Caroland was recognized by the U.S. Attorney’s Office Wednesday for his work with Internet crimes against children. According to a letter from U.S. Attorney Kenneth Gonzales, Caroland “is a pillar in this important area of criminal investigation and his tenacity has resulted in the […]

LSC weekly basketball update — Nov. 29

StandingsMenSouth Division