Planning while saving

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: Guest Columnist As I contemplate writing the article for this month, several thoughts raced through my mind: the turmoil on Wall Street and its impact on Main Street USA, uncertainty for the future, the housing situation, rising prices, businesses reducing or cutting services, and the upcoming election. Many business owners are asking […]

Salvation Army hosting training class

CNJ staff The Salvation Army is hosting a disaster preparedness class on disaster food services Saturday, according to a press release. The course trains disaster workers to efficiently and sanitarily handle and serve food during a disaster operation, the release said. Participants learn skills to prepare them for participating in mobile feeding units. The class […]

Medical services cost somebody

By Tibor Machan: Freedom New Mexico columnist A welfare or positive right is something that can only be protected by coercing others to provide it. Consider the right to health care. This supposed right can only be honored by making health-care professionals provide services for those who have need for it. In contrast, a negative […]

Aug. 10, 2008 Letters to the Editor

Ending trash services disappointing Imagine my disappointment upon reading the city is going to terminate dumpster service to 70 residents living within one mile of Clovis city limits.

Monday crash ends in fatality

This morning on Monday, 08/04/2008 at approximately 6:48 AM officers of the Clovis Police Department and Clovis Fire Department Emergency Medical Services were dispatched to 3400 East Mabry Drive near the Bender Chrysler Auto Dealership on US Highway 60/84 in Clovis in reference to a multiple motor vehicle crash with injuries with a victim driver […]

VA services online

Air Force Link San Antonio — The Department of Veterans Affairs is offering a new online service, My HealtheVet, which is a gateway to veteran health benefits and services. It provides access to trusted health information, links to federal and VA benefits and resources, the Personal Health Journal and online VA prescription refill service. In […]

Disabled, retired pay concurrent

By Tom Philpott: CNJ columnist New groups of disabled retirees will be able this year to draw Combat-Related Special Compensation (CRSC) or higher amounts of Concurrent Retired Disability Payments (CRDP) under legislation passed in January. Defense Finance and Accounting Service officials explained in an interview how they are implementing the changes. Again it will involve […]

It’s Their Business: Zip Printing

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Name: Zip Printing Location: 901 Mitchell What they do: They provide business and personal printing services, some of which include creating graphics, business letterheads, invoices and wedding announcements. They also have copy, fax and notary service. Who’s in charge: Joe Wood How long in business: 21 years Employees: Five Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m […]

Head Start accepting applications

CNJ staff The Texas Migrant Council is accepting applications for enrollment in its summer program for children ages 6 weeks old to 5 years old, according to a council press release. To be eligible, children must be from migrant and seasonal farm worker families who meet income guidelines, the release said. The program emphasizes all […]

Food services program to start Wednesday

CNJ Staff A federal summer food services program that offers free breakfast and lunch to children starts Wednesday. The program is open to children 18 years old and younger, according to Program Manager Johnny Chavez. He said the program is held at 27 locations in Clovis. Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. […]

May 20, 2008 Business Digest

Suddenlink completes fiber ring Suddenlink announced it has completed a more than 900 mile ring of fiber through west Texas and Clovis, according to a press release. The fiber-ring will enable expanded, high-definition channels, video on demand and other new services, the release said. The project, which took six months to complete, connects cable systems […]

It’s Their Business: Nuco Pool and Spa

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Name: Nuco Pool and Spa Location: 116 Main St. What they do: They sell pools, spas, accessories and also offer maintenance services. They also carry commercial janitorial supplies, paper products and barbecue grills. Who’s in charge: Mark Millender Sr. Employees: Eight How long in business: 66 years Hours of operation: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. […]

Senate Armed Services Committee approves Domenici’s funding request

WASHINGTON – The Senate Armed Services Committee has approved

AFSOC announces 2008 services award winners

HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. — Air Force Special Operations Command has announced the winners of the 2008 Services Awards, which recognize individuals and teams for excellence and ingenuity in their field. The following AFSOC winners will be submitted for competition at the Air Force level: Arts and Crafts Program of the Year — Hurlburt Field Arts […]

3-11-08 Business digest

Doctor providing new servicesPeter Seipel, MD, is now providing services as an orthopedic surgeon with Plains Regional Medical Group, according to a news release. Seipel graduated from the St. Louis University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Mo., and completed his residency at Phoenix Orthopedic Residency Program in Phoenix, Ariz. He most recently served as […]

Retired officer wants to compile list of local veterans

By Sarah Meyer: Cannon Connections A retired U.S. Navy officer believes veterans should get more acknowledgment for their service. To that end, Richard Robertson, a retired chief petty officer and now director of the Retiree Activities Program at Cannon Air Force Base, hopes to compile a list of all veterans in a five-county area. “If […]

Local veteran seeks to create list of area veterans

By Sarah Meyer, CNJ staff writer A retired U.S. Navy officer believes veterans should get more acknowledgment for their service. To that end, Richard Robertson, a retired chief petty officer and now director of the Retiree Activities Program at Cannon Air Force Base, hopes to compile a list of all veterans in a five-county area. […]

Human Services Department Increases Medicaid Dental Provider Rates

Human Services Department Increases Medicaid Dental Provider Rates Rate Increase and Other Improvements to Encourage More Dental Participation in the Medicaid Program Santa Fe, New Mexico – The New Mexico Human Services Department has increased Medicaid dental provider rates by ten percent, the first increase since 1999.   “This is something that had to be done […]

Business Digest: Veterinary hospital accredited

By Sarah Meyer: CNJ staff writer Clovis Veterinary Hospital has again received accreditation following a comprehensive evaluation by the American Animal Hospital Association, according to a news release. The evaluation includes a quality assessment review of the hospital’s facility, medical equipment, practice methods and pet health care management. Only 15 percent of all small animal […]

Goodwill Industries calls for nominations

Albuquerque, New Mexico — Goodwill Industries of New Mexico is seeking nominations for its second annual EDGAR AWARDS IN HUMAN SERVICES to recognize outstanding New Mexicans in the field of human services, and those who support human services. The public is invited to submit nominations in the six categories listed below. Nomination forms and simple […]