Acquisition seminar planned The National Contract Management Association High Plains Chapter will be hosting an acquisition education seminar, Nov. 9 at 10:30 a.m. at Clovis Community College. Contact Maria Jane Sipin at 646-210-2547.
Robin Fornoff If all goes as planned, construction could begin on the $1.5 billion Tres Amigas electrical power project near Clovis sometime in the first quarter of 2012. That’s what President and CEO Phillip Harris told a gathering of community leaders Wednesday. Harris said construction would bring “literally hundreds” of temporary jobs to eastern New […]
CNJ staff Ticket prices and show times have been announced for the 2011 Clovis Music Festival. The festival is planned for Sept. 8 through 11 with the theme “The Biggest Little Music City in the World” and will be held at the Curry County Events Center Sept. 9 and 10. Sept. 8 the festival will […]
Rebbecca Gossett It’s about that time again for another summer of fun at Eastern New Mexico University’s Kids’ College. We are planning a variety of activities for children ages 6-12, who will be divided into three age groups. Parents of 5-year-olds can consider the summer program at the ENMU Child Development Center at 562-2805. Kids’ […]
Freedom New Mexico A reunion is being held May 28 for the Forrest community. A lunch will be held with a $10 charge for adults and $5 for children. The deadline to RSVP is Sunday with checks payable to the Forrest Everybody’s Club. Contact Mary Sours for information: (575) 458-6635.
It is that time of year again & Christmas is not far away. The Clovis Police Department and Watson Motor are sponsoring this years annual Shop with a Cop program. Last year, thanks to the generosity of this great community, we were able to raise over $22,000 and take 223 children to Wal-Mart. We gave […]
CNJ staff A Planned Grazing Workshop for ranchers and land owners is set for June 29-July 1 in Amarillo, Texas. Agricultural consultant Kirk Gadzia and Kelly Boney are expected to cover rangeland monitoring, financial planning, land planning and more, according to a press release from Holistic Management, the organization hosting the workshop. Planned grazing aims […]
By Clarence Plank: Freedom New Mexico Memorial Day observances are planned across the region to honor fallen soldiers. Among organizations planning ceremonies Monday in Portales are the American Legion Post 31 in Portales, United Daughters of the Confederacy chapters from Portales and Clovis and Sons of the Confederate Veterans. American Legion Post 31 Commander Joe […]
By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer There are certain things I wish would have been different. I wish I had asked that girl out to dinner instead of making small talk. I wish I was riding in the car when (according to police records) a group of four people planned out a bank robbery in […]
The Dream Center Project in Portales is being planned for Saturday, April 24. United Way of Eastern New Mexico’s Day of Caring and Comcast’s Cares Day are joining together to build office space in the new Dream Center Building. The Dream Center is a non-profit agency that provides free food, clothing, blankets, furniture, etc. to […]
Staff and wire reports Even by postponing the special session till Monday, the state Senate minority leader says the governor is still asking the legislature to guess at a budget. Tuesday, Gov. Bill Richardson moved the start of the special session, originally planned for Wednesday, to next week in response to requests from legislators. Sen. […]
CNJ staff The New Mexico Environment Department’s Solid Waste Bureau is planning a follow-up inspection at Plains Regional Medical Center in March as part of its investigation into infectious waste found at the Clovis landfill. The inspection will take place sometime in March, according to a SWB inspection report obtained through a Freedom of Information […]
Freedom New Mexico: Clarence Plank Afterschool Program Director Andrea Copenhaver works on a grave for the Portales Recreation Center on Tuesday. The center’s haunted house is going to be open to the public 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and the cost of admission is $5. By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Clovis […]
A schedule of Vacation Bible Schools planned in the region:
Freedom New Mexico After a period in which his administration declined to get too involved in the details of a planned major overhaul of the way health care is delivered — presumably to avoid the mistakes of the first Clinton administration when Congress was presented a detailed plan concocted largely behind closed doors and didn’t […]
A Day of Caring is being planned for Clovis sometime late this spring or early summer.
Clovis police will be conducting DWI saturation patrols tonight through tomorrow morning to target drunk drivers. According to a press release, officers will out in force patrolling Clovis’ streets from 11 a.m. today to 3 a.m. Saturday.
It is becoming increasingly clear the massive “stimulus” bill rushed through Congress and signed by the president was neither intended nor designed to be an economic stimulus bill in the classic Keynesian sense. Under Keynesian theory (which is shaky, but leave that aside for the moment), the important thing for the government to do in […]