Cannon clinic to undergo accreditation inspection

By Collette Delgado: 27th Special Operations Medical Group All Air Force Military Treatment Facilities are required to maintain accreditation from nationally recognized accreditation agencies. The Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care will be at the 27th Special Operations Medical Group for their scheduled triennial inspection survey through today. The AAAHC inspects facilities to ensure the […]

Shoutouts — Nov. 13

Curry County volunteers honored A dinner was held on Nov. 4 to recognize all the volunteers in Curry County for their service and to award the volunteer who contributed the most time. Approximately 150 people attended, representing the volunteer stations and Senior Centers where they volunteer to help improve out community and five elementary schools […]

Financial services return to local centers

By Staff Sgt. Richard A. Williams Jr.: Air Force Public Affairs Agency WASHINGTON — The processing of military pay transactions will move from the Air Force Financial Service Center at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., to base-level financial services offices beginning in August. The return of military pay transactions to local level is a part […]

Government stifling to prosperity

Tibor Machan At this time when most people are clamoring for economic revival, the major debate centers around how it could be achieved. One side, mainly the current administration and its supporters in the academy, believe in some variety of stimulus initiated by the federal government — funneling funds (taken from taxes and borrowed from […]

Attorney general race centers on fighting corruption

The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — When New Mexico last elected an attorney general, it was against a backdrop of a corruption scandal involving two former state treasurers. Since then, a powerful former lawmaker was sent to federal prison, Gov. Bill Richardson’s Washington ambitions were derailed by a pay-to-play investigation and a former secretary of state […]

McGee: I’m OK with going global

We might as well get used to customer service centers from the other side of the planet. I have this feeling we’re going to being dealing with them for more and more stuff. You’re familiar with what I’m talking about, right? Something goes on the fritz with some modern day electronic doomaflatchit, you call customer […]

Child Development Centers to be renovated

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USAF photo: Airman 1st Class James Bell A new $12 million Child Development Center will replace the current facility on base. Funds will come from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. By Kevin Wilson: Cannon Connections Cannon Air Force Base is expecting a lot of families, and it’s expecting a lot of kids in tow. […]

Carolers to tour senior centers

CNJ staff Joni’s Sandia Carolers are scheduled to tour senior citizen residence centers today for their annual traveling Christmas show of carols. Joni Anthony, the driving force behind the chorus, said the group will visit Cheyenne Trails at 5 p.m. and Retirement Ranch at 6 p.m. Afterwards they will weave around the Sandia neighborhood singing […]

Bethlehem is about what God has done and still does

By Curtis Shelburne: Local columnist The glory of Christmas is that it centers on something only God could have done. No committee could ever have come up with Bethlehem. While God was busy saving the world, they’d have still been arguing over the shape of the table or the wording of the mission statement or […]

First person: Job search leads Clovis man to senior centers

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Nick Coronado spends his spare time reading and playing video games with his son. Nick Coronado left construction nine months ago in search of a more consistent income. Two months later, he was hired by the City of Clovis Older Adults Department. Now Coronado, 37, works at both the Friendship […]

Community health centers in New Mexico’s 3rd District to receive over $2.3 million in recovery funding

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Bingaman bill would save New Mexico health centers over $1 millon

U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman is renewing his effort to ensure New Mexico health care centers are fairly and adequately reimbursed for treating Medicare patients.

July 27, 2008 Library Books

The following books are available at Clovis-Carver Public Library: Standing Tall: A Memoir of Tragedy and Triumph by C. Vivian Stringer shares the remarkable story of the head coach of the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights, who turned her underdog teams into champions time and time again. Dead Heat by Joel Rosenberg centers on a terrorist […]

Portales hospital designated a trauma center

CNJ staff SANTA FE – Health Secretary Dr. Alfredo Vigil announced Wednesday that the New Mexico Department of Health has designated three hospitals as new trauma centers in the state: Roosevelt General Hospital in Portales, Gerald Champion Medical Center in Alamogordo and Carlsbad Medical Center in Carlsbad. With the addition of these hospitals, there are […]

Facility celebrates first

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle Neil McMullin is the general manager for the Clovis Civic Center. He says most of his days are spent behind his desk booking clients, but during large events he usually ends up helping out in the kitchen. By Jean Verlich: CNJ News Editor The Clovis Civic Center is holding a […]

Feb. 13, 2007 Business Digest

Manager: New steakhouse opening by March at latest A Clovis steakhouse featuring certified angus beef on Lexington Road just east of North Prince Street is expected to open late this month or early March, according to the eatery’s manager. Dakota’s Steakhouse is the second Clovis dining establishment by Jim Clark, owner of the Golden Corral […]

Meetings watch: Curry County Commission

Curry County Commissioners will meet at 9 a.m. today at the Curry County Courthouse. The following agenda items will be discussed: A new Curry County Commission chairman will be elected to replace Tim Ashley. A new Curry County Commission co-chairman will be elected to replace Commissioner Albin Smith. Leslie Johnson, Curry County Detention Center administrator, […]

Exemptions should be given to all, not some

By Freedom Newspapers A recent New York Times front-page article, “Religion Trumps Regulation As Legal Exemptions Grow,” the first in a series on the topic, raised the following question: Why are religious organizations increasingly exempt from the rules businesses and many other organizations must follow? The Times focused on two Alabama day-care centers. “At any […]

Day-care dilemma

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Sabrina Prucey of Clovis cares for infants at ABC Child Development Center. Prucey has worked at the center for about a year. CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Emotional mothers desperate for child-care pleaded with Christy Masterson on a daily basis. “I was flooded with calls. I would get phone […]

Two events centers one too many?

A recent Project: Reader Reaction question asked if the city of Clovis needs to build a civic center now that county officials seem to have decided on an events center for the fairgrounds. Some responses: “Both the city and county have researched the economics of an events center. Most will remember concerns about the centers […]