Lawmakers confident in support for tax break bill

Alisa Boswell State tax breaks for corporate electricity, which could affect companies such as Tres Amigas, could definitely be in New Mexico’s future, according to local state representatives. Rep. George Dodge, D-Santa Rose, said House Bill 116, which allows deductions in gross receipt taxes on corporate electricity, was recently passed the Business and Industry Committee […]

Press release: AIR FORCE CUTS AFFECT 49 CIVILIAN POSITIONS AT CANNON

(From U.S. Air Force) CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. – On Nov. 2 the Air Force announced several adjustments to the civilian workforce.

AgSense: Soil micronutrient deficiencies can affect hay quality

Forages are a significant component of ruminant livestock rations, but crude protein, fiber, digestibility and mineral content affect animal performance often requiring supplementation that leads to increased feed costs. These nutritive value components are often affected by the availability of minerals from the soil. Mineral nutrients are categorized by how much is needed for plant […]

China’s limits on Web will affect trade

Freedom New Mexico The Internet search-engine company Google made quite a splash last week with its decision to stop cooperating with the Chinese government’s campaign of Internet censorship and its suggestion that it might end its operations in China. While some have questioned whether Google’s motivations are entirely noble, the move is welcome, not least […]

Farmers concerned unusually cold weather could affect crops

By Chris Schmaedeke: Freedom New Mexico Unusually cold temperatures haven’t yet affected winter crops in Quay, Curry and Roosevelt counties. But area farmers are concerned it could cause a problem if the trend continues through spring During the month of December, the average high temperature in Quay, Curry and Roosevelt counties are anywhere from 52 […]

Commander: Lack of housing could affect future missions

Freedom New Mexico illustration: Gabe Monte and Jenna Zamie The highlighted area indicates an area around Cannon Air Force Base with a roughly 60-minute drive time, where personnel can seek housing. By Eric Butler: Cannon Connections When Cannon Air Force Base reaches full capacity in about five months, communities outside Clovis and Portales may figure […]

Oct. 24, 2008 Religion Digest

First Baptist Church of Texico is hosting a four-day conference to discuss Christian cultures affect on mankind starting Sunday. The seminar, titled “A Call for Discernment,” is led by Justin Peters. Peters is staff evangelist at First Baptist Church in Vicksburg, Miss. The seminar is a Biblical critique of the modern Word of Faith movement. […]

Residents, business owners discuss overpass closure

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo The Hull Street overpass has been closed indefinitely. By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Nancy Rogers, who owns the Clovis Livestock Auction with her husband, said the Hull Street overpass is the main road to her business and its closure will affect business. She said the auction draws buyers and […]

County vote canvass approved

By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer

Jan. 10, 2008 Question of the Day

Does Bill Richardson leaving the presidential race affect how you plan to cast your vote in November? Leave your answer in the comment section below. Send question suggestions to kevin_wilson@link.freedom.com

Eating a lot of carbs may increase risk of breast cancer

Marilynn Marchione, The Associated Press A new study raises concerns about high-carb diets beyond how they affect weight. Breast cancer was more than twice as common in women in Mexico who ate a lot of carbohydrates as it was in those who limited carbs to roughly half of all calories they consumed, the research found. […]