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Clovis Long Description

Population: 37775
Local Newspapers: Clovis News Papers
Local Sports Teams: Clovis Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Clovis Community College Eastern New Mexico University

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Towns/Cities near clovis, new mexico : Portales Farwell Muleshoe TX Friona TX

Clovis News
Bovina Police Department asking for donations for police dog

The department has been without a K-9 for five to six years, but with the ongoing narcotics seizures, they say the time is now. "Oh my gosh, its been difficult.

Chris' Friday Afternoon Forecast

A storm system continues to spin around the Four Corners and it is producing the showers across the higher terrain this afternoon across northern New Mexico and southern Colorado. There's a chance strong to severe storms with high winds and large hail could develop across the New Mexico and Texas state line today.

Teen charged in fatal library shooting to undergo evaluation

A New Mexico judge has ordered that a teenager charged in the Clovis library shooting undergo a mental "evaluation and assessment." The Eastern New Mexico News reports Fifth Judicial District Judge James Hudson recently ruled that Nathaniel Jouett must go through a treatment plan so the court can address the 17-year-old's mental health.

Baseball game in Santa Fe canceled over sound of gunfire

Santa Fe Public Schools canceled a junior varsity baseball game at Capital High School on Saturday after gunfire was heard in the area, athletic director Larry Chavez said. The Santa Fe High and Clovis High JV teams had been playing a district game at Capital High's baseball field when spectators and participants heard gunshots nearby, Chavez said.

Gov. Martinez appoints Las Crucens

Martinez appoints Las Crucens to Magistrate Court, family council William Kinsella and Celina Waller were among 15 appointments announced on Friday. Check out this story on lcsun-news.com: https://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/local/2018/04/13/martinez-appoints-las-crucens-magistrate-court-family-council/516386002/ She appointed William Kinsella, of Las Cruces, to Division 2 of the DoA a Ana County Magistrate Court.

The Seattle Times has Large shoes to fill

After nearly 37 years working at The Seattle Times, the city's "voice of reason," Jerry Large, has retired. Friends and family celebrated his illustrious journalism career on Friday, Apr. 6, at the Northwest African American Museum.

Teen charged in Clovis library shooting denied transfer

A New Mexico judge has declined to send the teenager charged in the Clovis library shooting to an adolescent treatment facility in Albuquerque. The Eastern New Mexico News reports Judge James Hudson denied the transfer motion for 17-year-old Nathaniel Jouett during a hearing Friday in Clovis, saying the defense's proposal is not mandated.

Pointe Coupee sheriff searching for culprit behind doctored photo threatening school shooting

The Pointe Coupee Parish Sheriff's Office is trying to figure out who posted a doctored photo that went viral on social media Monday night threatening another mass shooting at a local high school. Capt.

NYPD: No threat against Curtis High School

A threatening social media post making the rounds does not pose any danger to students at Curtis High school, according to police. The original post was created out of state on social media and was not about Curtis High School, said a spokeswoman for the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.

Police: Threat posted on social media aimed at New Mexico high school, not City High

Iowa City Police say a social post of a threat thought to be aimed at City High School was actually aimed at a high school in New Mexico. According to a news release, several people reported the post to Iowa City Police around 10 p.m. Monday.

'Don't go to school tmrw': Threatening social post from New Mexico circulates at NC high school

The post showed a man holding an assault rifle with threatening statements warning students "Don't go to school tmrw." The post mentioned CHS, which police first believed referred to Cummings High School in Burlington.

Bomb threat at Bassick, false alarm threat at Central

"Students were safely evacuated while police conducted a thorough search of the entire campus," a news release from school officials said. Once police cleared the school, all students were able to return to the school without incident, officials said.

Clovis Police Arrest Clovis High Student After Threat Made

On Thursday just before midnight, Clovis Police Department Dispatch received a telephone call in reference to threats against Clovis High School. Officers responded to the complainant's home where they were presented with a screenshot of a Snapchat social media posting.

Buddy Holly and Roy Orbison tribute show at the Berry

DARREN Page and Marc Robinson, who have both dedicated their careers to Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly, are set to entertain in Through the Decades at The Berry on Sunday. Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly both grew up in the same part of Texas.

What makes the Ice Age footprints found in B.C. so remarkable

A section of soil where the impressions of human footprints buried at a shoreline archaeological site were discovered by researchers on Calvert Island, British Columbia, Canada. Charcoal found with the prints has been radiocarbon dated to 13,200 years before present, making them likely candidates for the oldest footprints ever found.

Airmen accused of rape in Clovis released on bond

Three airmen at a New Mexico Air Force base who are awaiting trial on rape charges were released on bond. The Eastern New Mexico News reports defense attorney Ben Herrmann said Monday he is glad his client, Senior Airman Thomas Newton, and his two co-defendants, Airman First Class Isiah Edley and Airman First Class Rahman Buchanan, of Cannon Air Force Base, were out of custody after spending the past two months in jail.

Caprock Chronicles - Japanese-Americans of Clovis resettled after Pearl Harbor

EDITOR'S NOTE: Caprock Chronicles is edited by Paul Carlson, professor emeritus at Texas Tech. This week's essay, by South Plains historians Dolores Mosser and Sammie Simpson, reviews the internment of Japanese-American citizens living in Clovis, New Mexico, during World War II.

Fire engulfs inside of Clovis business

CLOVIS, N.M. The outside walls of Eshleman's Art and More were hardly touched by Thursday's fire. Instead, the interior was hit the hardest by the flames.

New Mexico-themed egg to appear at White House Easter Egg Roll

Here's a look at New Mexico's egg that will represent the state at this year's White House Easter Egg Roll. The egg was decorated by students at the Arts Academy at Bella Vista in Clovis.

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