Applications accepted for United Way funds

Freedom New Mexico Applications for the Eastern New Mexico Combined Federal Campaign will be accepted through the April 15 at the Principal Combined Fund Organization’s offices at 215 N Main Street or via mail at P.O. Box 806 Clovis, NM 88101. The Combined Federal Campaign is the only authorized workplace charitable giving program at federal […]

Bingaman seeks interns

U.S. Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M., is accepting applications for summer interns to work in his Washington office. Application deadline is March 31, according to a Bingaman news release. “The internships are open to college and university undergraduate students who attend school in New Mexico or attend school in the state,” the release said. “The internship […]

Walls won’t solve problems on immigration

By Freedom New Mexico The seizures have begun. The federal Department of Homeland Security has begun filing condemnation lawsuits to take property along the Texas border so it can try to fence this country off from Mexico. The first lawsuits were filed earlier this month, beginning with people who hadn’t allowed government workers on their […]

United Way of Eastern New Mexico

The United Way of Eastern New Mexico United is seeking 70-plus volunteers to hear presentations, review applications and decide how to distribute United Way donor funds. United Way Executive Director Erinn Burch said the process increases accountability to United Way donors by requiring non-profits to define how donor funds will be spent and how the […]

County seeks applicants to serve on committees

CNJ staff Curry County is taking applications from residents interested in serving on the County Centennial Committee. The county will be 100 years old in 2009, and committee members will help plan a year-long celebration. The committee will have about 13 members. Curry County officials are seeking one resident from each of the five county […]

Free dairy software available

By Victor Cabrera: Ag Sense Dairy producers, farmers, consultants and government personnel now have access to some new computer applications that could help them in their daily work and assessments. All the applications (Alfalfa Yield Predictor, Grazing-N, NM-Manure and DyNoFlo) at the New Mexico Dairy Extension Program are Excel spreadsheet files containing macros. These applications […]

Six apply for judgeship

Freedom Newspapers Six applications have been received for a judicial vacancy in the 9th Judicial District. Deadline for applications to be received at the Judicial Selection Office was 5 p.m. Friday. Applicants for the position, created by the resignation of Judge Joe Parker, include Brian P. Brack, Kathleen M. Haynes, Donna J. Mowrer, Kent Peterson, […]

Applicants sought for judgeship

Applications are being accepted for a judgeship position in the 9th Judicial District Court vacated last week by former District Judge Joe Parker, according to a news release from the Judicial Nominating Commission. Attorneys meeting statutory qualifications may submit applications until 5 p.m. Aug. 17. Applications are available by calling 277-4700 or visiting http://lawschool.unm.edu/judsel/application.php. The […]

Education Digest: Osburn recognized by administrators

By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor Cindy Osburn, executive director of student support services for Clovis Municipal Schools, received the Administrator of the Year Award from the New Mexico Council of Administrators of Special Education, according to CMS officials. She will be recognized at the New Mexico Coalition of School Administrators Conference in July. Udall […]

April 24, 2007 Business Digest

Tornado assistance offered through DUA Federal assistance, including special Disaster Unemployment Benefits (DUA), is available to workers and self-employed individuals who became unemployed as a direct result of March’s tornado, according to a New Mexico Labor Department news release. Applications must be made by May 7. Claims may be filed by calling the state Labor […]

Leadership program taking applications

By CNJ staff Leadership New Mexico is accepting applications for the 2007-2008 Core Program. The Leadership New Mexico Core program is a 10-month program designed to identify, teach and challenge established leaders of the state with a curriculum that addresses critical issues affecting New Mexico, according to news release. Clovis graduates include Curry County Manager […]

Education digest: Domenici accepting intern applications

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Sen. Pete Domenici, R-N.M., is accepting applications for his summer internship program in Washington, D.C., according to a press release from his office. Applicants must have completed at least one year of study at an institution of higher learning. The internship will take place in six-week sessions, with the […]

Jan. 30, 2007 Business Digest

Commission on Women taking award nominations The New Mexico Commission on Women is accepting applications for the 22nd annual Governor’s Award for Outstanding New Mexico Women, according to a Commission news release. The award honors extraordinary women who give of themselves to make their communities and New Mexico a better place to live. This year’s […]

Cops & Courts: Clovis grad hired as new assistant D.A.

Clovis High graduate Ben Cross is one of two assistant district attorneys recently hired, according to a press release from the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s office. Hollie Albright is the other. The two positions were created and funded during this year’s state legislative session, the release said. Cross earned a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech […]

Head Start program accepting applications

CNJ Staff The Texas Migrant Council, Inc. is accepting applications for the Migrant/Seasonal Head Start Program. The deadline for applications is July 17 and the program is open to children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old. There is no cost for services but parents must be migrant or seasonal workers who meet income guidelines. […]

5/5 Local roundup

Applications sought for new judgeship A vacancy on the 9th Judicial District Court will occur July 1 with the creation of a new judgeship in Clovis by the New Mexico State Legislature. Applications are being solicited from lawyers who meet the statutory conditions. The deadline to apply is May 22. Once applications have been received, […]

Farwell police chief moving on

By Andy Jackson: CNJ staff writer FARWELL — Police Chief Robert Achterberg is moving to New Braunfels, Texas, to take a job as a patrolman. He said he took the job for family and professional reasons. “I will miss the overall community and all the people I met here,” said Achterberg, 50, who served in […]

Education digest — Jan. 26

State principals prepared for job New Mexico principals may be ahead of the class. The state was among five in the nation that requires principals to have the skills necessary to promote student learning, according to a recent Center for Reinventing Public Education report cited by the New Mexico Public Education Department in a press […]

Clovis seeking next AD

By Jesse Wolfersberger: CNJ sports writer Clovis’ search for a new athletic director is in full swing and Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm says it is going well. “We have about six to eight applications and we are expecting more before the deadline,” Seidenwurm said. The deadline for applications is Nov. 15. Current athletic director Dale Fullerton […]

3/3 Education Digest

CCC hosts GED testing Here are dates related to GED testing at Clovis Community College: March 1-17: sign-up, registration closes at noon on March 17; March 21-25: testing offices closed for spring break; March 29-30: GED testing in Room 220. There will be no GED testing during August due to fall registration at CCC. Students […]