Ingle ready to lead Legislature

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Freedom New Mexico: Argen Duncan State Sen. Stuart Ingle expects the financial shortage to be the biggest issue in this year’s Legislative session. Here, he sits in his Portales home next to photos of his daughters. By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico Hunter, family man, farmer, state senator for 24 years. Portales resident Stuart Ingle […]

Jan. 20 Letters to the Editor

Gay marriage counters principles I am a Christian, a sinner, and socially and fiscally conservative. Every structure is built from a plan and rests on a foundation. A building is founded upon brick, mortar, etc.

Taking part in government U.S. tradition

Freedom New Mexico Today’s inauguration of Barack Obama as our 44th president is a special day for all Americans. Many might consider it even more special than many previous transitions of presidential authority. Certainly at the top of the list is the ascension of the nation’s non-Anglo president. Many people consider it long overdue, coming […]

Jan. 20, 2008 Lone Star Conference basketball update

Standings All times MST Men South Division

Police blotter — Jan. 20

CNJ staff Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: About 4 a.m. Jan. 10 an officer responded to a residence in the 1200 block of Calhoun Street for a burglary report. A man said he returned home from the store and discovered a box of wine and a pistol […]

Far from galas, Richardson opens session

By Steve Terrell: The New Mexican He had dreamed of being the one up on the inauguration platform in Washington, D.C. Instead, Gov. Bill Richardson remains in Santa Fe today, his presidential hopes long gone and his nomination to a cabinet post having soured in the face of a federal grand jury investigation. While Barack […]

Jan. 20 Business Digest

CNJ staff Deadline to buy banquet tickets nears The deadline to buy tickets to the Clovis/Curry County Chamber of Commerce is Friday, according to a chamber of commerce news release. The banquet is scheduled for Jan. 30 at the Clovis Civic Center. Tickets are $40 each and available at the Chamber of Commerce office, according […]

Despite election outcome, area largely Republican

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer There were no surprises about the results of the Nov. 4 presidential election among political party leaders in eastern New Mexico. While President-Elect Barack Obama won the state, Republican John McCain was a decisive winner in Curry, Quay and Roosevelt counties. Curry County Republican Chairman Rube Render said he […]

Overpass, events center among projects on wait list for capital outlay money

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CNJ file photo Curry County officials are hoping to get money for finishing touches to the special events center. County Manager Lance Pyle has asked for $7 million between five priorities, including $1.5 million for the special events center. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer There was never a good time for the Hull Street […]

Commissioners opposed to same-sex marriage

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Curry County Commissioner Caleb Chandler wants to send a message to the state Legislature: Curry County is against same-sex marriage. Three other commissioners are supporting him. Chandler is sponsoring a resolution opposing Senate Bill 12 and House Bill 21, which would make domestic partnership legal in New Mexico. Chandler […]