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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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
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.
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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 […]
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 […]