Superintendent’s contract extended

Benna Sayyed The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to extended the contract of Superintendent Terry Myers. The board added an additional year on to Myers contract which had two years remaining, and agreed to continue his annual salary of $151,000 through June 30, 2015. “We just feel like he’s doing a […]

Deadline to apply for racino license extended

Freedom New Mexico The deadline to apply for the state’s remaining racing license has been extended another three weeks by the New Mexico Racing Commission, according to Warren Frost, Quay County Gaming authority executive director. The commission extended the deadline for applications from Sept. 2 to Sept. 23, Frost said Thursday. Frost said there should […]

Thursday morning briefing: Grazing extended, Guns and Hoses and cruising Hollywood style

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Thursday briefing. Website of the day The Curry County Events Center has a new website complete with schedules and details of upcoming events. Here’s a link: http://www.curryeventscenter.com/ Guns and Hoses Clovis firefighters and police officers battle each other in a game of basketball 4 p.m. to […]

Weekly update — March 20

Damage assistance deadline extended The application deadline has been extended to April 1 for uninsured homeowners needing assistance repairing damages from cold weather. To be eligible, applicants must be homeowners without insurance who fall within established low to moderate income levels and must occupy the damaged home. The grants are provided through the Small Cities […]

Education digest —

Clovis high guidance office to have extended hours The Clovis High School guidance office will have extended hours from March 21-24, according to a news release. The office will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. The extended hours are for parents to be able to go to the guidance office to review pre-registration […]

Clovis air service comment period extended

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Great Lakes Airlines has served Clovis since April of 2006, and currently offers 12 Albuquerque round-trips — two every weekday, and one each on Saturday and Sunday. Kevin Wilson On another look, the future of Clovis’ airport service may still be up in the air. Dennis J. DeVany, chief of […]

Press Release: Stop Loss deadline extended

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Tom Udall, D-N.M., today announced that the Department of Defense has extended until Dec. 3 the deadline for active duty service members, veterans, and beneficiaries of service members whose service was involuntarily extended due to “Stop Loss” to apply for Retroactive Stop Loss Special Pay. Under the 2009 War Supplemental Appropriations […]

Convicted murderer’s sentence extended

A district judge on Wednesday added eight years to the prison sentence of a Clovis man convicted of second-degree murder for the shooting death of a 10-year-old boy, according to a press release from the district attorney’s office. During a bench trial to evaluate sentencing, District Judge Teddy Hartley enhanced David Griego’s sentence based on […]

TV auction extended

Freedom New Mexico The annual KENW-TV auction will be extended through Saturday, according to Sheryl Borden, KENW-TV director of marketing. The online auction was scheduled to end Monday, but was extended because there were 92 items remaining, Borden said.

April 13, 2008: Reporter’s Notebook

A store clerk whose bicycle was stolen last Sunday said he is overwhelmed by the support from Clovis residents who have extended a helping hand. Alex Yuen said cycling was his only means of transportation. He said he used his bike to go to work and run errands such as paying bills and picking up […]

School extends superintendent’s contract

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer The Clovis Schools Board of Education extended Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm’s contract until 2009 on Tuesday, but postponed salary and benefit negotiations. Those terms will be settled during the annual budgeting process, which usually occurs in April, board members said during Tuesday’s school-board meeting. Seidenwurm’s annual salary is $128,500, according […]

Award deadline extended

CNJ Staff The deadline for participation in a state initiative to honor New Mexico women has been extended. Those who wish to nominate a deceased woman who influenced New Mexican history have until Sept. 5 to do so. The New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs will honor the accomplishments of New Mexican women through the […]

ENMU’s Kids’ College sees high enrollment

By Bryant Million: Freedom Newspapers Each summer Eastern New Mexico University’s Extended Learning department holds Kids’ College, a program in which children can participate weekdays in educational and fun activities. With 68 children enrolled this year and an overwhelming waiting list, organizers have raised the maximum number of participants to accommodate the interest. Parents drop […]

Extended learning has something for every interest

By Clyde Davis: Local columnist My first contact with extended learning, or, community education, as it is sometimes known, was in the art center in Sewickley, Pa., not far from where I was working in Ohio. The subject was the carving of a hunting decoy, in this case a Canada goose, and I had, I […]

Extended United Way campaign still short

CNJ staff There is a 20 percent gap between the goal of the Eastern New Mexico United Way 2005-2006 Fundraising Campaign and the funds raised to date, according to a Eastern New Mexico United Way press release. The campaign goal is set at $482,005 and about $374,256 has been raised thus far in Curry and […]

Young talents abound in Nutcracker

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers A Christmas tradition is continuing for a pair of local schools, as audiences have four chances to catch “The Nutcracker,” starting tonight and running through Monday. Clovis’ Lincoln-Jackson Arts Academy has the first performance, tonight and Friday. Sunday and Monday finds dance classes at Eastern New Mexico University’s Extended Learning […]

Underground water supplies protected

CNJ staff Curry County’s underground water basin boundary has been extended. That means more paperwork for those who want to drill water or build a well, said director of the New Mexico Water Resource Allocation Program John Romero. State Engineer John D’Antonio declared administration rights over six new underground water basins and extended the boundaries […]

Extended service tough on Guardsmen

By Mike Linn: CNJ nedws editor Just days away from coming home, with bags packed and family reunions planned, members of Charles Day’s Army National Guard unit received the demoralizing news their service in and around Iraq would be extended three months. The Clovis resident said shortly after the news, several Guardsmen who were trying […]

Power outages strike Portales

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers PORTALES — A series of small power outages inconvenienced several Portales residents Wednesday afternoon, but officials reported no accidents or injuries. The blackouts, ranging from about 30 seconds to three minutes in length, hit the area for a two-hour stretch starting at about 1:30 p.m. Wade Whitehead, a coordinator for […]