Education column: Census event family fun

By Penny Bailey: Education columnist Have you ever been at an event and found yourself with a big grin on your face, and you didn’t even realize it? Well, that is what happened to me the other night when I visited Lockwood Elementary School. As I approached the campus, I could see and smell smoke […]

Census forms available for residents who didn’t receive them

CNJ staff Residents who have not received a census form in the mail can pick up and complete a form at various Questionnaire Assistance Centers located in the city. Census workers will staff the following locations: Motor Vehicle Department, 814 W. Sixth St., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. New Mexico Workforce Connection, […]

Census forms available

Residents who have not received a census form in the mail can pick up and complete a form at various Questionnaire Assistance Centers located in the City of Clovis. There will be Census workers at these locations who can help residents complete forms where necessary. The sites are as follows: • MVD 814 W 6th […]

Census responses close to 2000 numbers

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Courtesy illustration Census return rates are up to 54 percent in Clovis and 60 percent in Curry County as of Monday according to www.census2010.gov. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Nearly a month after Census questionnaires were mailed to residents, return rates are approaching the numbers seen 10 years ago. As of Monday, Clovis has […]

Clovis Census committee holding march to mailbox event

CNJ staff The 2010 Complete Count Committee is hosting a “March to the Mailbox” event from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. U.S. Postal Service workers will be on location to accept completed forms. Locations for the event are the Clovis Apartments, Lincoln-Jackson Community Center and the Gateway Apartments. Information: 769-7828

Wednesday morning briefing: Tracking the census and Cesar Chavez

It’s the Wednesday morning briefing from Freedom New Mexico. Chavez birthday 2 p.m. today in the Sandia Room at the CUB — ENMU Hispanic Affairs will look at the Cesar Chavez story in honor of the civil rights and labor rights leader’s birthday. Open to anyone interested. Web site of the day Track your census […]

Letters to the editor: Census purpose misunderstood

The 10-year Enumeration (Census) as required by Article 1 of the Constitution and changed by the 14th Amendment, is frequently misrepresented. For instance, Sharna Johnson’s article “Yes, You Count” (March 13 CNJ) is a good read and well intended; however, it directs the focus of the 2010 Census on securing federal funds while ignoring the […]

City official urges residents to participate in census

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CNJ file photo City officials such as Luis Gordon, seen holding a poster promoting the Census during the Martin Luther King Junior march in January, are trying to encourage residents to be counted.

Census Bureau seeking workers

Freedom New Mexico The U.S. Census Bureau is seeking workers in the Clovis and Portales areas to assist with the 2010 count. Salaries are in excess of $10 an hour with employment through the end of May. Anyone interested in this employment can go to the following locations at the following times for information: Portales: […]

Workers sought for census taking

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CNJ staff photo: Kevin Wilson Recruitment assistant Jack Mullins oversees test-takers for jobs with the U.S. Census Tuesday at the 21st Street Church of Christ. Mullins said another test is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer A key element of the United States of America […]