Education column: Schools communicating through Skylert

We often take for granted some of the less exciting aspects of providing a quality education, such as keeping track of grades, attendance and other administrative-related activities that are critical to keeping our schools up and running for the benefit of our students, as well as for compliance with all legal requirements. One of the […]

Fast facts: Clovis Fire Department

The following is a Clovis Fire Department activity report for October: Calls for service responded to: 515 Business inspections performed: 88 Business inspection non-compliance issues: 127 Non-compliance issues repaired: 209 Emergency medical services revenue: $115,199 for a year-to-date total of $1,214,410 Department overtime hours: 1,342 Hours of training accomplished: 1,017 Other items of interest: Personnel […]

Weeds growing problem

By Tony Gutierrez: CNJ staff writer This year’s abundant rainfall has made weeds abundant too, leading to a growing number of weed control violations. The number of violations in May was about triple that of May 2006: 356 compared with 118. By city ordinance, property owners must keep grass, weeds and similar plants below 12 […]

Hospital to undergo more comprehensive survey

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Plains Regional Medical Center was out of compliance with Medicare’s conditions of participation during a state inspection conducted in February, a spokesperson from the federal agency that regulates Medicare and Medicaid programs said this week. When the Department of Health visited PRMC last month, it was there to investigate […]

Officials planning ordinance crackdown

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According to city codes, weeds and grass must be kept below 12 inches and alleyways must be kept clear of debris. (Staff photo: Eric Kluth) By Tonya Garner: CNJ staff writer City officials plan to step up the battle to rid Clovis of overgrown lawns and unsightly rubbish. Starting Nov. 1, the city will begin […]

Most area sex offenders follow law

By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer More than 90 percent of registered sex offenders in Curry County were found to be in compliance with state law during a week-long investigation by area law enforcement. According to New Mexico law, all sex offenders must register with the local sheriff’s department within 10 days of release from […]

Carports covered on commission agenda

Jack King Clovis’ city commissioners will consider an ordinance establishing new criteria for carports and amending current code sections at its meeting at 5:15 tonight in the North Annex of Clovis-Carver Public Library, 701 N. Main. The new criteria are based on recommendations from city staff who have been surveying carports in the city. Under […]