Freedom New Mexico Curry County commissioners have scheduled an executive session for 5 p.m. Monday at the county courthouse. The meeting was announced late Friday. The only item on the agenda is a closed session to discuss limited personnel matters. Commissioners will reconvene in open session immediately after the closed meeting.
Kevin Wilson Five constitutional amendments are up on the November ballot. Unless specifically noted in the text of the amendment, changes are effective immediately. Arguments are suggested by the state’s Legislative Council Service staff. Amendment No. 1: The proposal is to create an exemption of the state’s anti-donation clause, which bars government entities from giving [...]
CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Detention officers oversee transfer of inmates Friday at the Curry County Adult Detention Center. CNJ staff Numerous male inmates from the Curry County Adult Detention Center were loaded onto a corrections bus Friday morning. Sheriff Matt Murray has said he planned to downsize the jail’s population to make it possible [...]
CNJ Staff By Sharna Johnson CNJ STAFF WRITER email@example.com The Clovis Christian School board reinstated Superintendent Steven Schultze Thursday after police cleared him of criminal wrongdoing in the arrest of a fugitive at his home. Board President Ben Wright said Schultze returns to work effective immediately. “With completion of a local law enforcement investigation we [...]
Freedom New Mexico On May 14, 1948, the state of Israel was recognized by the United Nations and almost immediately thereafter by the United States. The infant Jewish state was almost immediately invaded by its Arab neighbors, who figured they would nip this “ancestral homeland” nonsense in the bud, but improbably Israel prevailed. The country [...]