Health revamp begins with office cleanup

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 […]

Press release: Bingaman talks about clean energy act with New Mexico radio reporters

U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman today talked to New Mexico radio reporters the American Clean Energy Leadership Act that was approved by the Energy and Natural Resources Committee last week.

May 23 Letters to the Editor

Recycling has many benefits My class is learning about recycling and I would like to inform people. Recycling is a good thing to do because it keeps our Earth clean. We need to keep our Earth clean because we only have one Earth. My school, Zia Elementary, recycles aluminum cans in a big trailer. My […]

Rep. Luj

Washington, DC – Today, Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Banned drugs provide great medical benefit

Freedom New Mexico Baseball player Alex Rodriguez finally came clean Monday, admitting he took performance-enhancing drugs from 2001-2003 while he played with the Texas Rangers. The admission follows a Sports Illustrated report that Rodriguez was one of 104 players who tested positive for such drugs in a 2003 survey. It’s important to note that at […]

Clovis and Portales receive beautification awards

First Lady Barbara Richardson joined Tourism Department Secretary Michael Cerletti Friday (May 9, 2008) in recognizing New Mexico communities and organizations for their efforts at local beautification at the New Mexico Clean & Beautiful Annual Awards ceremony at the State Capitol Building.

First Person: Laundry lady comes clean

jzi54b-418maryromero.jpg

CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Mary Romero, 47, of Clovis enjoys shopping with her daughters on Saturdays. Editor’s note: The first Laundromat in the U.S. was opened 74 years ago today. Some say it was in Fort Worth, Texas, others in Fort Wayne, Ind., according to www.census.com Mary Romero, 47, of Clovis is a Laundromat […]

City receives grant to help clean up Hotel Clovis

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ Staff Writer The city received a $200,000 federal grant Monday to help detoxify the former Hotel Clovis. The Environmental Protection Agency awards the grant to help fund projects that clean up run down properties for redevelopment, according to Tressa Tillman, a spokeswoman for the agency. The city applied for the grant […]

County continues push to clean up Clovis entryways

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer The campaign by Curry County officials to clean up the entryways to Clovis continued at Tuesday’s County Commission meeting. Commissioner Tim Ashley said the county’s Land Use Committee has received complaints from county and city residents about tall weeds and grass growing on median and bar ditches on state […]

Shop smart

Any color worn head to toe in a clean, unbroken line produces a slimming effect.