Bond proposals on ballot

Bond proposals: Bond A What: provides $14.7 million for senior citizen facility improvement, construction and equipment acquisition. Local impact: $11,200 for improvements to the Alice Converse Senior Center in Curry County, $15,000 for Baxter-Curren Senior Center improvements, $12,516 for Clovis Senior Center equipment, $15,830 for Portales Senior Center equipment, $12,403 for Portales Senior Center meals […]

Bond proposals would pump $18 million into communities

Freedom New Mexico Bond proposals in the Nov. 4 general election would provide almost $18 million for Roosevelt and Curry County schools,

Water authority agrees on grant proposals

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer MELROSE — The Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority took steps to secure funding before an April trip to Washington, D.C., to seek authorization for its primary purpose

Cannon impact study getting final review

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer The wait to find out the future of Cannon Air Force Base is about over. The Secretary of the Air Force is expected to review proposed changes at Cannon this week as part of the base’s switch to Air Force Special Operations Command. Today marks the end of a […]

Impact study based on three proposals

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer The Cannon Air Force Base Environmental Impact Statement is based on a three-prong proposal by Air Force Special Operations Command. The EIS studies the effect of those proposals on the surrounding environment, scrutinizing everything from air, noise and water impact to potential socioeconomic outcomes. Two of the proposals offer […]

Business Digest: Career expo planned

By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor The New Mexico Workforce Connection Career Expo 2007 is set for April 13 and 14 at the Clovis Civic Center, according to a Department of Labor document. Employers interested in participating may download a registration form from the New Mexico Department of Labor Web site www.dol.state.nm.us, posted under “job […]

Address follows historical suit of false hope

By Freedom Newspapers You could tell this was a president for the first time facing a Congress controlled by the opposition party, and not coming from a position of strength. President Bush was sober, almost somber at times, and his proposals at least gave the appearance of being calculated to appeal to more than a […]

2/28 Business digest

Buckle names new store manager Windy Wagner has been named manager of the Buckle in North Plains Mall, according to a press release from the corporation. A graduate of West Texas A&M University, she began her career with the company in 2005, the release said. The North Plains Mall location is one of 340 Buckle […]

Parents protest proposed school modifications

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer The letters, petitions, passionate pleas and shared prayers carried one resounding message: Please do not change my school. A brigade of parents voiced concerns Tuesday over proposals to alter three elementary schools during a Clovis school board meeting held in the Marshall Junior High School Auditorium. The school board […]

Board meeting about school closures in November

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Anticipating a large crowd, school board members voted Tuesday to hold two meetings next month in the Marshall Junior High auditorium. The two November meetings will center on proposals to consolidate local elementary schools. Clovis Municipal Schools Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm advised the school board to close Ranchvale Elementary School […]