Bingaman and Udall: New Mexico to receive $3.16 million in trade adjustment assistance

U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall today applauded news that New Mexico will receive millions of dollars in federal assistance to provide career training, and employment and case management services to workers who have lost their jobs due to outsourcing or international trade.

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Washington, DC – Today, the House of Representatives passed the Water Quality Investment Act of 2009, which will create jobs and improve water quality across America. Rep. Ben Ray Luj

EEI honors Xcel Energy with ‘Emergency Assistance Award’ for outage restoration help

The Edison Electric Institute today honored Xcel Energy with the association’s “Emergency Assistance Award” for outstanding efforts to assist fellow utilities in restoring electricity during 2008. The award is presented annually to U.S. and foreign-based member companies to recognize outstanding efforts in restoring electric service that has been disrupted by severe weather conditions or other […]

Bingaman, Udall and Teague: Chino mine workers eligible for federal assistance

U.S. Senators Jeff Bingaman and Tom Udall, and Representative Harry Teague, today applauded news that the U.S. Department of Labor has determined that workers laid off from the Chino mine are eligible for federal assistance. The New Mexico lawmakers urged then-Labor Secretary Elaine Chao in a December letter to quickly approve any application made for […]

ENMU offers reading assistance for youth

Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University educators are looking for children struggling with reading. Kathleen Donalson, Dan Greathouse and Shona Thomason are looking for children in second through sixth grade.

Community makes man’s dream possible

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks Peter Taylor, left, of Clovis and his case manager Jason Jouett listen Thursday as ENMRSH team members go over issues concerning the home that he will be moving into next month. By Keely McDowell: CNJ staff writer Peter Taylor had to overcome more obstacles than most to own a home. […]

PNM offers low-income a plan to help with rising costs

The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — Public Service Company of New Mexico is offering a payment plan to help low-income customers with winter utility bills that will be due after March 15. That date marks the end of a program that protects people from having their bills cut off in the winter. The payment plan is […]

It’s Their Business: Woodwork Shoppe

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Woodwork Shoppe By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Name: Woodwork Shoppe Location: 115 Main St. What they do: Wood furniture repair, build furniture to specification and specialize in building and repairing chairs and drawers. Who’s in charge: Chick Taylor Jr., and his wife, Scotty Employees: 2 How long in business: 17 years Hours: Monday through […]

Food handouts harm economy in U.S., abroad

By Freedom Newspapers Even as many Americans continue to clamor that government hand just about everything into our waiting palms, elsewhere more people and groups are recognizing how vital free markets are to international development. The international humanitarian relief group CARE recently rejected a shipment from the U.S. government of some $46 million worth of […]

Aug. 8, 2007 Local Briefs

CNJ Staff Man sentenced for selling drugs Ralph Urioste, 37, of Clovis was sentenced to four years in prison for selling marijuana to an undercover officer, according to a press release from the district attorney’s office. His sentence will be followed by two years of supervised probation, the release said. Undercover agents with the state […]