Conference opens for business

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer As students-to-be filled the registration lines at Clovis Community College, education was already going on at the school. Dignitaries were doing the learning, as they soaked in policy and how they could effectively implement it at the first day of the New Mexico Municipal League Conference. The conference, held […]

Attorney general hosting open meetings

CNJ staff Attorney Gen. Gary King is holding an open meetings and open records seminar Friday in Albuquerque at the Radisson Hotel at Carlisle and I-40. Registration is at 8:30 a.m. The program has been developed for school administrators, city and county managers and government officials. Continuing education credits are available. Information: (505) 888-3311.

June 22, 2008 Reunions

Porter Friends and schoolmates from the Porter school and community are invited to attend a reunion at 9 a.m. Aug. 30 at the San Jon Community Center. Registration is $12 per person. A lunch is included. A dance will be held at 7 p.m., admission is $5 per person. Music will be provided by Monte […]

May 29, 2008 Education Digest

College classes open to youth Clovis Community College is accepting registration for Kid’s College classes in June and July, according to a college press release. Children can be registered for a class from now until the first day of that class. Classes begin next week. Early registration is encouraged. Information: 769-4760 or www.clovis.edu

Registration being taken for Prairie Chicken Festival

Freedom New Mexico Once a year, the small eastern New Mexico community of Milnesand hosts the annual High Plains Prairie Chicken Festival, drawing spectators from near and far, to watch the mating dance of the lesser prairie chicken.

Religion Digest: Registration ends soon for lecture

By Dianna Hernandez: CNJ administrative assistant Early registration for St. James’ First Annual Bishop Terence Kelshaw Lectures ends Wednesday. The Rev. Nigel Mumford, director of Healing Ministry at Christ the King Spiritual Life Center in Greenwich, N.Y., will be the guest presenter at the healing mission and teaching at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 15 and 9 […]

Education Digest: New Mexico Science camp open for application

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer New Mexico Science camp open for application The 2008 Summer Science Program at New Mexico Tech is accepting applications for this year’s summer camp, according to an NM Tech news release. The six-week program is open to high school juniors and is limited to 36 students per campus. New […]

Alcohol sales petition sports half total signatures needed

By Gabriel Monte: CNJ staff writer Petitioners have collected about half the signatures required to put a proposal on the March municipal election ballot to allow Sunday alcohol sales, according to organizers. Committee for Clovis Progress spokesman Robin Howe said Monday about 1,200 signatures have been collected, but only about 350 are qualified signatures. Howe […]

Oct. 1, 1940

A call for volunteers to aid in the registration of all young men between the ages of 21 and 35 in compliance with the Selective Service Act was issued by County Clerk Claude Gamble. … The Girl Scouts of Troop Four celebrated their third anniversary at the Methodist Church, with singing and folk dancing. … […]

Aug. 26, 1939

L.T. Shirley of Clovis was elected president of the New Mexico Laundry Owners Association during the final session of the convention held in Clovis. …Jimmie Allman’s School of Dancing, located at 412 Pile, was taking registration for dance classes. … State Police Sgt. A.P. Winston said “a nominal charge of 50 cents would be made […]

Business Digest: Career expo planned

By Jean Verlich: CNJ news editor The New Mexico Workforce Connection Career Expo 2007 is set for April 13 and 14 at the Clovis Civic Center, according to a Department of Labor document. Employers interested in participating may download a registration form from the New Mexico Department of Labor Web site www.dol.state.nm.us, posted under “job […]

Government unheralded customer

By Sandra Taylor-Sawyer: Everybody’s Business Business owners should always keep an eye on new product or client markets. The government — federal, state and local — is a common market, perhaps overlooked at times. Government entities have a need for products and services small businesses produce. However, selling products and services to the federal government […]

House pulls for better poll turnout

By Karl Terry: Freedom Newspapers A pair of House bills alllowing voters to register at the polls may be in for tough debate in the 2007 New Mexico Legislature. One of the bills is sponsored by Mary Helen Garcia, D-Las Cruces, the state representative who carried legislation that switched the state to paper ballots last […]

Reunions

Sudan The Sudan Homecoming Banquet will be Sept. 16, 2006, in the High School Commons Area. Registration and reception will be at 5:30 p.m. and the meal will be served at 7 p.m. Plates are $15. The meal and entertainment will be provided by ex-students. All ex-students and teachers are encouraged to attend. Information: 806-385-7407 […]

Reunions 7/30

Clovis Class of ‘86 Clovis High School class of 1986 will celebrate its 20-year class reunion Friday and Saturday. The cost is $45 per person or $75 per couple. Registration is 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday at Guadalajara Restaurant on the patio. On Saturday, a family picnic will be from 10 a.m. to noon […]

8/12 Religion Calendar

Today Single Living in Christ — 7 p.m., First Church of the Nazarene, 1800 N. Norris St., Clovis. Child care is provided. Information: 769-1971 Saturday Religious Education classes — 8:30 a.m., Our Lady of Guadalupe, 108 Davis St., Clovis. Classes for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Information: 762-7343. Concert — Denver and the Mile […]

8/7 Local Roundup

Texico-Farwell highway closing U.S. 70/84 at the Texico-Farwell state line will be closed at 8 a.m. Monday through 4 p.m. Wednesday for repairs on the railroad crossing, according to railroad and highway officials. Resurfacing is taking place due to the settling of concrete, which is causing a rough crossing, according to Burlington Northern State Railroad […]

3/3 Education Digest

CCC hosts GED testing Here are dates related to GED testing at Clovis Community College: March 1-17: sign-up, registration closes at noon on March 17; March 21-25: testing offices closed for spring break; March 29-30: GED testing in Room 220. There will be no GED testing during August due to fall registration at CCC. Students […]

Voter interest high in county

By David Irvin: CNJ staff writer Curry County is following a nationwide trend fueled by Republican, Democratic and nonpartisan groups pouring resources into registering voters, a push spurred by the near deadlock of the 2000 presidential race and polls that predict another tight election this year. According to the county clerk’s office, registration numbers are […]

District attorney race may improve voter registration

By David Arkin: CNJ correspondent The area’s high-profile district attorney’s race may be playing a key role in getting more people to register to vote. The deadline to register to vote for the June 1 primary is Tuesday. Also on Tuesday, early voting and absentee voting begins. Curry County Clerk Mario Trujillo said that during […]