Press release: Traffic accident reports now available online

On Friday, March 11, 2011, the Clovis Police Department entered into an agreement with DOCVIEW, LLC to place traffic accident reports On-Line. The Docview.us.com Accident Report System was selected to serve as our traffic accident insurance and citizen request technology. What is Docview.us.com? It is an Internet based application that was developed to help law […]

Industrial park seeking tenants

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Renewable Energy Group, which has a biodiesel plant, is the lone tenant in Clovis’ industrial park. Clovis Industrial Development Corporation officials said a bad economy has been a factor in the vacancy of the 25-lot park. Kevin Wilson Hundreds of acres to pick from. Railroad and utility access available. It’s […]

Bill would offer more online access to Legislature

By Kate Nash: The Santa Fe New Mexican Residents who want to know more about state government’s pocketbook, its power players and public meetings would have an easier time accessing information online under a series of measures introduced so far this session. Ideas advancing their way through the process include expanding webcasting in the House […]

Free Internet access customer drawing card

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Electra Charles, 19, of Clovis, surfs the Web on Monday at Java Loft. Charles said she comes to Java Loft two to three times a week. By Jenna DeWitt: CNJ staff writer Restaurants offering free Internet have been popping in recent years, but in 2010 they will be as common […]

Police: Malnourished girl locked in room, denied access to bathroom

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Mern Shepherd By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico A 10-year-old Portales girl was forced to eat meals quickly, by herself, then locked in her room at night “to prevent her from getting up and eating food,” according to a police incident report. The girl was also forced to wear pull-up diapers, denied bathroom access and […]

Education feature: Program allows parents access to children’s school progress

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Courtesy illustration Skyward Family Access allows parents to see their student’s grades for each class, including progress reports. By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer Clovis parents can check on their student’s grades, attendance, lunch account and more without leaving home or picking up the phone with Skyward Family Access. The program is getting its last […]

Security concerns prompt changes to courthouse access

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The Curry County Commission voted Tuesday to close the front doors of the courthouse and channel traffic through the south entrance for security reasons. The move was made in the interest of improving security by screening courthouse visitors before they gain access to the upper floors where the courts […]

Commission tables procession request

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Sean Ferreira had a vision of honoring God with a procession down Main and Mitchell streets on a Friday evening in August. Clovis City Commissioners had visions of restricted emergency access, traffic inconvenience and noise complaints in the city’s residential areas. They tabled Ferreira’s request until Aug. 6. The […]

April 16, 2009 Education digest

Clovis seniors accepted into summer program Clovis High School senior Rosa Dodge and Elida High School senior Nicole Jasso have been selected as Golden Apple Pathway Scholars, according to a news release. Eighty-one New Mexico high school seniors applied for the scholarship opportunity, 56 were interviewed, and 50 were selected. Pathway scholars participate in a […]

Udall initiatives help New Mexico Native Americans access electricit, housing, transit

U.S. Senator Tom Udall, D-N.M., today announced that New Mexico’s Native American communities will receive $12 million in funding through projects and initiatives Udall helped include in the omnibus appropriations bill the president has signed into law.