CCC Board of Trustees to discuss Allied Health Building

CNJ Staff The Clovis Community College Board of Trustees meets 8 a.m. today Wednesday in Room 512 of the college. Agenda items include: • Naming of the first phase of the Allied Health Building. • A professional services contract for general legal counsel. • Art committee appointments • Prioritizing capital project priorities.

Commission OKs events center contract

kpbmdx-92eventscenter2.jpg

CNJ file photo Curry County Commissioners picked Global Spectrum Tuesday to manage the Special Events Center and fairgrounds for the next years. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Curry County Commissioners picked Global Spectrum on Tuesday to manage the Special Events Center and fairgrounds for the next two years. Global Spectrum has been managing the […]

Judge Hartley pulls support from courthouse security plan

kpbjti-1129judgeteddyhartleyw.jpg

District Judge Ted Hartley By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer A battle over courthouse security hit an impasse Tuesday when District Judge Teddy Hartley withdrew his offer to contribute to the cost of additional security officers. Hartley’s change of heart came after the commission voted to move ahead with its security plan, having spent nearly […]

Clovis’ Baskett makes first cut

CNJ staff PHILADELPHIA — Clovis native Hank Baskett III made the first cut of the season for the Philadelphia Eagles, as the team reduced its roster to 75 players Tuesday. The Eagles released safety Brandon Harrison, waived linebacker Charleston Hughes and placed linebacker Stewart Bradley and tight end Cornelius Ingram on injured reserve for the […]

UT-Permian Basin blanks Hounds

CNJ staff ODESSA, Texas — Marcelo Andres scored on a rebound shot midway through the first half and Texas-Permian Basin went on to a 2-0 victory over Eastern New Mexico University in men’s soccer on Tuesday. Junior goalkeeper Josh Bussen stopped the initial shot by the Falcon’s Brandon Pepper, but Andres converted the deflection to […]

VA committee meeting

CNJ Staff The Legislative Military and Veterans’ Affairs Committee meets 9 a.m Wednesday at the New Mexico National Guard Armory, 600 Wyoming Blvd. NE, in Albuquerque. The group, which works as an interim committee, invites veterans, members of the military, and the public to the meeting that mostly focuses on veterans care. There are no […]

AYP meeting set for Thursday

CNJ Staff Clovis High School staff is hosting a public meeting to discuss Adequate Yearly Progress 7 p.m. Thursday in the library. The meeting will include a presentation on AYP, what the school’s standing is and what it is doing to improve scores.

‘First order’ friend wonderful blessing

My brother-in-law once told me a story about two lost Texans. I like stories where Texans are heroes. This is not one of those. A veteran teacher, Randal also works for the Forest Service in New Mexico—which is why he was one of the folks who got the call and ended up spending more than […]

Freedom files Chapter 11

Sharna Johnson: CNJ Staff Writer Freedom Communications, parent company of Freedom New Mexico, filed a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday but said operations aren’t expected to change. The filing was done, “along with a plan-support agreement executed by a steering committee of (Freedom’s) lenders,” according to a company press release. “(The company) has sufficient […]