On the shelves —

The following books are available at: Clovis-Carver Public Library The Outlaws: A Presidential Agent Novel by W.E.B. Griffin begins as a barrel of bio-hazard material turns up at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute, all of which was supposed to have been destroyed years earlier; and Charley Castillo must find out if more of the […]

Press Release: Chandler gets NRA’s A-rating

ALBUQUERQUE – Today New Mexico Attorney General candidate Matt Chandler announced his receipt of an “A” rating by the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA). “As a prosecutor and one who is lawfully licensed to carry a concealed firearm, it is with great pride that I announce that the National Rifle Association has […]

Residents taking part in NAACP training institute

CNJ staff Six Clovis residents are taking part in a National Association for the Advancement of Colored People training institute this week. Clovis branch president Selmus Price and five others are attending NAACP Civil Rights Advocacy Training Institute Thursday through Saturday in Albuquerque. Price will be joined by Anthony Mahan, first vice president and legal […]

June 26, Education Digest

Military Institute accepting applications New Mexico’s Military Institute is accepting applications for the fall semester through the end of July, according to a press release. The fall semester begins Aug. 19 for high school cadets and Aug. 20 for junior college cadets. Applications and information: www.nmmi.edu

March 27, 2008 Education Digest

CHS students picked for summer program Two Clovis High School students were selected to participate in the Golden Apple Institute Program. Ana Olivas and Rosa Rosas were selected out of 80 interviewees for the program. The program prepares future teachers. The institute will be held in Albuquerque at the University of New Mexico from June […]

Business Digest: Resident named head of appraisal group

By Sarah Meyer: CNJ staff writer Douglas Defoor of Clovis has been named president of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Appraisal Institute, according to a news release. The Appraisal Institute is an international organization of professional real estate appraisers with 22,000 members and 92 chapters. Local Realtor on state executive committee Sharon Hicks of […]

Local Roundup: County to discuss manager position

CNJ staff The Curry County Commission should start discussions on the search for a new county manager during its next meeting, according to Commission Chairman Albin Smith. The Commission is scheduled to meet Tuesday. The Commission terminated Dick Smith’s contract as county manger during its Oct. 10 meeting. In the same meeting, commissioners unanimously appointed […]

Clovis superintendent recommends not putting vocational bond on ballot

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Clovis Schools Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm believes voters need more information before deciding whether to fund a vocational center for Clovis High School students. School officials were considering asking voters to approve a $12.5 million school bond tax to build a Career and Technical Institute. Seidenwurm said she made her […]

Board voting on bond ballot at next meeting

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer The Clovis Board of Education will decide in its Nov. 13 meeting whether to add a second question regarding a Career and Technical institute for Clovis High School in the January bond election ballot. The $12.5 million project would be funded by an increase in school bond taxes. The […]