Proposal has Clovis changing districts

By Rick White Clovis will be part of a bi-district that includes Class 4A and 5A teams if the state’s governing board for athletics approves the recommendation of a realignment committee. Mario Martinez, chairman of the New Mexico Activities Association realignment committee, said Tuesday the proposal calls for Clovis to be placed in a district […]

Deadlines for elections today

CNJ STAFF REPORT All candidates planning to run in the June primary must file with the county clerk or the Santa Fe office of the Secretary of State by 5 p.m. today. Candidates who are running for county offices or with only one county in their districts may file in the county clerk’s office. Candidates […]

Regional officials puzzled by vote results

By Darrell Todd Maurina Local officials are still scratching their heads and trying to determine what Tuesday’s election results mean for their future. New Mexico voters passed a proposal on Tuesday reorganizing the state department of education and placing it under the authority of the governor, but the outcome of a second vote to increase […]

Letters to the Editor 8/10

Beetles terrorizing New Mexico as well In regards to beetles, as reported in Monday’s Clovis News Journal: They are not confined to the Texas Panhandle.  I had to do a double-take when I spotted the photo of that pesky bug on the front page. They’re driving me crazy! They walk about 40 feet into my […]

Schools plan to battle truancy

By Darrell Todd Maurina Clovis school administrators from the elementary to high school level met Friday with the district attorney to plan ways to help schools cut truancy and keep kids out of the justice system. Friday’s meeting was part of a two-day series of administrative meetings to prepare for the upcoming school year. Clovis […]

SDE approves 78 new full-day kindergarten literacy readiness programs

By Gary Mitchell Three Clovis area schools will receive state funding for full-day kindergarten programs for the academic year 2003-2004. Barry Elementary, Highland Elementary and Ranchvale Elementary schools are among 78 new full-day kindergarten programs within 33 school districts that have been approved by the State Department of Education. Those three schools join seven other […]