The Associated Press SANTA FE — Gov. Susana Martinez has announced several appointments to the state’s Public Safety Advisory Commission and two other commissions. Martinez appointed four Clovis residents to the Military Base Commission. They are Lee Malloy, Tom Phelps, Richard Render and Michael Connolly, a former commander of Cannon Air Force Base. Those appointed […]
Freedom New Mexico Clovis Magistrate Judge Duane Castleberry was recently appointed to serve on the board of directors for the New Mexico Magistrate Judges Association. The board of directors works with the administrative offices of the courts, advising the courts on legislative and policy matters, according to a press release from the courts.
CNJ staff Four Curry County officials have been selected to serve on steering committees for the National Association of Counties, according to a release from the organization. Commnissioner Wendell Bostwick was appointed to the agriculture and rural affairs steering committees. Commissioner Caleb Chandler was appointed to the justic and public safety steering committee. Commissioner Dan […]
CNJ staff New Mexico American Water has appointed Daniel Bailet as vice president of its operations. Bailet will be based in NMAW’s Albuquerque office and will oversee all aspects of the company’s operations within the state, according to a press release from NMAW.
By Liliana Castillo: CNJ staff writer The Clovis Schools board of education appointed a replacement for longtime board member Lora Harlan’s District 3 seat Tuesday. Rodney Muffley, superintendent and chief financial officer of Clovis Cemeteries, was elected to the seat with a 2-1 vote. Harlan couldn’t vote for her seat’s replacement and Vice President Terry […]
Justice John Paul Stevens, thought of as one of the left-leaning members of the U.S. Supreme Court, on Friday announced his retirement from the highest judicial body in the country. His farewell to the court is not a surprise and had been speculated about since late 2009 when he hired fewer clerks than he had […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis’ Charlie Rogers was appointed to the Livestock Marketing Association. He has been with the Clovis Livestock Auction for 22 years. By Liliana Castillo Charlie Rogers of Clovis was elected this year to a two-year term on the the Livestock Marketing Association board. Rogers has been with the Clovis Livestock […]
Freedom New Mexico President Barack Obama has appointed a worthy, even inspirational woman to be the country’s next surgeon general. Dr. Regina Benjamin founded the Bayou La Batre rural health clinic to serve an Alabama fishing village of 2,500. She has a refreshingly old-fashioned approach to her work, treating any and all patients regardless of […]
CNJ staff photo: Sharna Johnson After his dog, Kujo, was denied a court-appointed attorney, Dale Mattingly says he doesn’t know the law and fears he can’t adequately defend Kujo in a courtroom. By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Dale Mattingly believes his dog Kujo is entitled to a court-appointed lawyer to defend his interests. Kujo […]
The Public Education Commission (PEC) will meet at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, March 27, 2009 at Mabry Hall, Jerry Apodaca Education Building, 300 Don Gaspar, Santa Fe, NM. Carla Lopez, newly appointed Commissioner for District 4, will be sworn in, and she will serve a four year term ending in 2012. Other agenda highlights include: […]