Honors 2/8

Reid Doug Reid of Clovis, has been elected to his first three-year term as a member of the Farm Credit of New Mexico board of directors.

Clovis mayoral race is on

By Jack King In the race for Clovis mayor, incumbent David Lansford points to what he calls a record of accomplishment. His opponents say they would work to make city government more open and sensitive to the needs of the average people. Here is a capsule look at each candidate. The election is scheduled March […]

Business Briefs 1/20

Clovis resident is honored at museum Dale Petty of Clovis was honored with 24 other founders of the New Mexico Farm and Heritage Museum in Las Cruces in a ceremony on Jan. 16. Petty’s name is listed with the others on a bronze plaque that was dedicated in front of the building. The founders include: […]

Business Briefs 11/25

Realtors raise $3,738 for campaign costs Roswell, Hobbs and Clovis Realtor associations have surpassed their 2003 fund-raising goals for the Realtors Political Action Committee and have received special recognition from RPAC of New Mexico. The Clovis Board of Realtors raised $3,738. Its original goal was $960. The money was contributed by 42.2 percent of its […]

Runoff may be needed for Combest’s seat

By Jack King The special election to replace U.S. Rep. Larry Combest, R-Lubbock, in Texas, seemed likely to go into a run off at press time Saturday. Although there were clear leaders, none of the 17 candidates in the race had the “50 percent plus one vote” needed to win, according to the Texas Secretary […]