Wednesday morning briefing: Judges, neighborhood watchers and the “Trial of the Century”

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Wednesday briefing. Judge needed Gov. Bill Richardson is seeking candidates from Roosevelt County interested in serving as magistrate judge. The vacancy is created by the Aug. 31 retirement of Judge Jane Martin. Candidates must send their application, a signed background check form, resume, and letters of […]

Press release: Police records division closing July 26 for training

The Clovis Police Department would like to advise the public that the Records Section will be closed on Monday, July 26, 2010 for the implementation of new Records Management Software and training. This will be the only day of that week that Records will be closed, so please plan accordingly. Normal days and times will […]

School board hosting candidate training

CNJ staff The Clovis Municipal Schools board of education is hosting Board Candidate Training for anyone interested in the soon-to-be vacant District 3 seat, according to a press release from the schools. Board Member Lora Harlan announced her resignation in March effective May 28 after 19 years on the board. Training will take place 6 […]

Friday school schedules

The following is a partial list of school schedules today. We will add others as we receive information: All Clovis schools resume classes on schedule, according to spokesperson Penney Bailey. Dora and Elida schools also resume classes on schedule. Farwell, Melrose and Portales schools will resume classes on a two-hour delay. Clovis Community College and […]

NMAA resumes activities

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The New Mexico Activities Association Board of Directors met today in emergency session following an announcement yesterday from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the New Mexico Department of Health and the New Mexico Public Education Department that school closures in New Mexico are no longer necessary for health reasons. […]

Church will resume UNICEF campaign

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Courtesy illustration The First United Methodist Church will resume a youth fundraising program for UNICEF following a meeting with police on Friday. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer First United Methodist Church in Portales will resume a youth fundraising program for UNICEF after meeting with police Friday. “We got it all straightened out,” said Toni […]

July 31, 2008 Education Digest

Schools resume soon Area school openings: Curry County Clovis Municipal Schools Grades 1-12 — Aug. 13 Kindergarten — Aug.18, Grady Municipal Schools — Aug. 18 Melrose Municipal Schools — Aug. 20 Texico Municipal Schools — Aug. 19 Clovis Christian School — Aug. 18

Schools close for winter break

CNJ staff Eastern New Mexico University will close for winter break from today until Jan. 2, according to a university news release. Clovis Community College closed for its winter break Thursday and will reopen Jan. 2, according to the CCC Web site. The spring semester for both schools begins Jan. 14. The holiday break for […]

Study shows students more goal-oriented than 20 years ago.

By Mike Linn: CNJ NEWS EDITOR Lori Noland feels lucky she’s on the verge of landing a job in her field, just three weeks after graduating college. The 2004 Eastern New Mexico University graduate said she has been through the interviews, and if she gets security clearance, she’ll work as a contracting specialist for the […]