Texico institutes water conservation measures

CNJ staff The city of Texico has initiated water conservation measures. Watering of lawns and landscape is not allowed between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and a car may only be washed if a bucket or shut-off hose is used. Residents with odd-numbered addresses may water outside on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Residents with even-numbered […]

Bingaman bill addresses mental illness among children

U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today introduced legislation aimed at ramping up the number of mental health professionals who specialize in treating children and adolescents.

Early census operations starting now in local communities census workers will be visible on neighborhood streets using GPS handheld computers

The Census bureau will launch a massive operation beginning next week to verify and update more than 145 million addresses as it prepares to conduct the 2010 Census. Although the count is still a year away, workers will be going door to door, verifying addresses to ensure the accuracy of next year’s Census delivery lists.

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Udall addresses N.M. Legislature about jobs, clean energy and health care

U.S. Senator Tom Udall, D-N.M., today spoke to a joint session of the New Mexico Legislature about plans to address the country’s economic crisis, create clean energy jobs and fix America’s health care system.

Denish addresses local citizens’ concerns

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo During her visit to Clovis, Lt. Gov. Diane Denish visited with constituents to hear their concerns. Nancy Taylor, executive director for the Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico, came to keep Denish informed on the work the food bank has been doing. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Lt. Gov. […]

Secretary of State addresses Boys State

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Freedom New Mexico: Karl Terry Secretary of State and acting governor Mary Herrera addresses Boys State delegates at a banquet Wednesday at Eastern New Mexico University. By Thomas Garcia: Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — New Mexico’s acting governor for the day urged a group of high school students at Eastern New Mexico University to actively […]

School board addresses base transition

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Cannon Air Force Base and school officials said Tuesday that rezoning Ranchvale Elementary would be the best way the school district can address the base’s transition.

Proper postage aids delivery for holidays

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Worried that your Christmas presents won’t make it for the holiday? Here are some postal guidelines that may help: Mail options: — Express Mail: This option guarantees overnight delivery to most areas, but in some areas, expect mail to arrive within two days. — Priority Mail: Mail should arrive […]

City asks for voluntary water conservation

CNJ staff The city of Clovis is initiating a Stage 1 water watch and asking residents to monitor water usage. “We (New Mexico) are in a drought situation,” said City Manager Joe Thomas. “This is a reminder to people to conserve water.” Thomas said the Water Authority Advisory Board determined earlier in the year that […]

Program aimed at reducing water demands

CNJ staff New Mexican-American Water Co. is teaming up with Clovis’ Water Conservation Advisory Committee on a public awareness program aimed at reducing demands for water over the summer months. The water company is sending letters and running advertisements urging customers to water their lawns on designated days in hopes of reducing peak demand that […]