Lansford takes mayoral win

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Clovis mayor-elect David Lansford listens and takes questions from local and Amarillo media Tuesday at Clovis city hall. Robin Fornoff In the end, newly elected Mayor David Lansford said it seemed to matter less what he thought of the president than some key local issues in Clovis. Lansford breezed to […]

Ethanol subsidies test of Republicans’ resolve

Congressional Republicans face a test of their newly rediscovered principles. They can save taxpayers billions of dollars and spur the free market simply by allowing to expire at year’s end the subsidies for domestic ethanol production and tariffs on imported ethanol. We soon will know whether the GOP, re-energized by the Tea Party, lives up […]

School labor board makes nominations

The newly created Clovis Municipal Schools’ Local Labor Management Board met Friday to focus on naming a third member to the board. The first meeting, May 25, served as an orientation for the board’s two members, G.C. Ross and Larry Cocker. Ross and Cocker each had two nominations for the third board seat. They decided […]

Public Education Commission meets in Santa Fe on Friday, March 27, 2009

The Public Education Commission (PEC) will meet at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, March 27, 2009 at Mabry Hall, Jerry Apodaca Education Building, 300 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe, NM. Carla Lopez, newly appointed Commissioner for District 4, will be sworn in, and she will serve a four year term ending in 2012. Other agenda highlights include: […]

Newly elected leader may stir up change

Freedom New Mexico The latest report from the International Atomic Energy Agency indicates that while there is still no solid evidence that Iran is actively developing nuclear weapons, the possibility is still “a matter of serious concern.” The reason is Iran is still playing cat-and-mouse with the IAEA in ways that cannot help but arouse […]

County officials nix raise proposal

By Ryan Lengerich, CNJ staff writer The Curry County Commission on Tuesday shunned a motion to increase salaries by 13 percent for newly elected officials, saying a restrictive budget would make pay hikes fiscally irresponsible. County Sheriff Roger Hatcher introduced the motion, saying he believes elected officials deserve more money. “We have some of the […]