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Curry County, NMEastern New Mexico News

COVID hospitalizations on the rise

The number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 in New Mexico has increased 89 percent in the past four weeks, according to the state’s Department of Health. The state reported 64 COVID patients were in New Mexico hospitals on June 30. That number was at 121 on Tuesday, the highest single-day total since May 26 when 130 were hospitalized.
Clovis, NMEastern New Mexico News

PED: Mask-requirements eased, but not for all

All elementary school students, teachers, support staff, volunteers and visitors will be required to wear masks in New Mexico public schools when classes resume next month, the state's Public Education Department announced Monday. In addition, those who are unvaccinated, or who don't provide proof of vaccination, will be required to...
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Clovis, NMEastern New Mexico News

Curry events center reopens

CLOVIS — The Curry County Events Center in Clovis reopened the last weekend in June after closing for 14 months due to the COVID-19 restrictions. “We’re looking at adding some more community-driven type of events,” said K.C. Messick, the new general manager of Curry County Events Center and Fairgrounds. “People...
Curry County, NMEastern New Mexico News

Counties report increased COVID-19 cases

Curry and Roosevelt counties, like many others across the state and the nation, are reporting increased numbers of COVID-19 cases in recent weeks. Through Friday, Curry County had reported 81 new cases in July, three more than it recorded in all of June. Sixty-eight new cases had been reported since July 9.
Chaves County,

Four new local COVID-19 cases reported over weekend

More than 370 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in the state between Saturday and Monday, according to the New Mexico Department of Health’s daily case update Monday. That included four new cases in Chaves County, 128 in Bernalillo County, 33 in San Juan County, 29 in Eddy County, 24 in Sandoval County, 22 in Valencia County, 19 in Santa Fe County, 17 in both Doña Ana and Lea counties, and 13 in Curry County. Seven counties, the Otero County Processing Center and Torrance County Detention Facility each reported fewer than 10 cases.
Curry County,


The City of Clovis, in cooperation with the Cities of Portales and Ft. Sumner and Counties of Curry, De Baca, Quay and Roosevelt collectively "Community" is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to prepare a feasibility study (Study) relating to the development of a community mental health center that will provide facilities for the delivery of mental health care services to the Community and the surrounding area.
Curry County,

County Manager Appointed to New Mexico Retiree Healthcare Authority Board

Appointed to New Mexico Retiree Healthcare Authority Board Curry County Manager Lance Pyle has been appointed as the New Mexico Counties Representative to New Mexico Retiree Healthcare Authority (NMRHCA) Board of Directors. Pyle started his career in County government in September of 1998 and has served as the Curry County Manager since December of 2007. Pyle holds a Bachelor’s Degree with Distinction in Business Administration, with a major in Human Resource Management, from Eastern New Mexico University. Pyle also serves as Chairman of the New Mexico County Insurance Authority Pool Board and Vice President of the Eastern New Mexico University Board of Regents.
Curry County, NMEastern New Mexico News

Department of Health confirms 86 cases across state

Entering the Independence Day weekend, the New Mexico Department of Health confirmed 86 new cases of COVID-19, with no Curry County cases and one Roosevelt County case. The state also reported one death, a Dona Ana County female in her 90s. New Mexico reports 194,687 people have recovered from COVID-19,...