Clovis, New Mexico

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Clovis is the county seat of Curry County, New Mexico, United States.[2] Its population was 32,667 at the 2000 census; according to 2007 estimates, the population had risen to 42,213.[3]

Clovis is located in the Llano Estacado and eastern New Mexico regions. The largely agricultural town is also noted for its role in early rock music history[4]. Nearby Cannon Air Force Base has a significant impact on the community.

It is the principal city of the Clovis Micropolitan Statistical Area, which is part of the larger Clovis-Portales Combined Statistical Area.



Clovis is located at 34°24′45″N 103°12′17″W / 34.4125°N 103.20472°W / 34.4125; -103.20472 (34.412509, -103.204611).[5] It lies at approximately 4281 feet above sea level (1304 m).[6]

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