Superintendent’s contract extended

Benna Sayyed The Clovis Municipal Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to extended the contract of Superintendent Terry Myers. The board added an additional year on to Myers contract which had two years remaining, and agreed to continue his annual salary of $151,000 through June 30, 2015. “We just feel like he’s doing a […]

Clovis police to begin scrambling radio transmissions

Sharna Johnson After about six years in the works, Clovis police expect to begin scrambling radio transmissions in the near future. Police Chief Steve Sanders said the system has been tested and a few remaining things need to be worked out with dispatch. While he doesn’t have a specific timeline when the change will take […]

Capabilities exercise presented for base personnel, families

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class Maynelinne De La Cruz The CV-22 Osprey lands in a cloud of dust made by its own powerful propellers during a capabilities exercise as opposition forces look on June 26. The exercise showcased several different aircraft By Senior Airman Elliott Sprehe: 27th SOW Public Affairs office The Army Special Forces […]

2-14 Legislative tidbits

Days remaining in session: 4 days

2-13 Legislative Tidbits

Days remaining in session: 5

2-10 Legislative tidbits

Days remaining in session: 8

2/9 Legislative tidbits

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 9

2-5 Legislative tidbits

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 13 Drop-out rate A memorial (HM 46) by Rep. Jeff Steinborn, D-Las Cruces, would require the Public Education Department to examine whether there’s a correlation between 4th and 8th grade reading and math proficiencies and high school drop-out rates. “For many years there has been a […]

2-4 Legislative tidbits

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 14 Finding the missing The Senate on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill designed to help locate missing people — both children and adults — faster and more effectively. Senate Bill 55, according to its sponsor, Sen. Sander Rue, R-Albuquerque, includes a timeline for when missing person […]

2-3 Legislative tidbits

The Santa Fe New Mexcian Days remaining in session: 15

2-2 Legislative tidbits

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 16

Legislative tidbits: Restaurant tax would fund promos

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 21

Legislative tidbits: No more texting while driving

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 27

Legislative tidbits: Bill would limit bills

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 28

Legislative tidbits: Bill would modernize PRC

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 29

Hotel Clovis remediation complete

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Work is still remaining on the Hotel Clovis, but it’s no longer an environmental hazard to walk through the long-closed building. A boiler is still to be removed from the building, Community Development Director Claire Burroughes said Monday, and the next step will be to complete negotiations with Tierra […]

March 18, 2009 Legislative Roundup

Days remaining in session: Three Animal gas chambers: The Senate has approved a bill (HB265) that would eliminate the use of the gas chamber to euthanize stray dogs and cats. “New Mexico has taken an important step in improving the lives of our stray animals by eliminating the use of the gas chamber for euthanasia,” […]

March 4, 2009 Legislative tidbits

Days remaining in session: 17 Media literacy: Students in sixth through twelfth grades could chose to take a media literacy class under a House-approved measure (HB342). The bill gives schools the options to offer students the class as an elective. Rep. Antonio “Moe” Maestas, D-Albuquerque, is sponsoring the bill, which now goes to the Senate […]

Feb. 20, 2009 Legislative Roundup

The Santa Fe New Mexican Days remaining in session: 29 Chile verse would become state’s official poem: A measure (HB674) introduced by Elias Barela, D-Belen, would name an official state poem. The poem, “We Love it Real Hot” by Alberto Onaldo Martinez, reads in part: Ah, Chimayo chile is so delicious to eat! That cure-all […]

Legislative tidbits, Feb. 18

The New Mexican staff Days remaining in session: 31 A vote for the exempts: On a party-line vote, the Senate Public Affairs Committee on Tuesday killed a measure (SB 424) that would cut the salaries of exempt state workers who make more than $75,000 by 10 percent. Sen. Sue Wilson Beffort, R-Sandia Park, sponsored the […]