Press release: Statewide gas price average stays same

Press releases: Statewide gas price average stays same (Albuquerque, New Mexico) — Motorists in New Mexico are paying on average $3.47 for a gallon of unleaded regular gasoline. The statewide average has remained the same since last week, according to the AAA New Mexico Weekend Gas Watch. Nationally prices are at $3.55 a gallon. The […]

Statewide election results

United States RepresentativeDistrict 1• Martin T. Heinrich (D) — 110,046• Jonathan L. Barela (R) — 103,207United States RepresentativeDistrict 2• Harry Teague (D) — 74,466• Steve Pearce (R) — 93,124United States RepresentativeDistrict 3• Ben R. Lujan (D) — 118,842• Thomas E. Mullins (R) — 90,209 Governor and Lt. Governor• Diane D. Denish and Brian S. Colon […]

Honors — Oct. 24

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Eppler Tate Eppler, an eighth- grader at Yucca Junior High, was the winner of the statewide junior high division at the 2010 New Mexico Youth Entrepreneur Business Plan Competition held during the Governors Entrepreneurial Summit in Albuquerque Oct. 14-15. His sponsor was Silvia Montano of ENLACE. His parents are Terry and Kym Moore of Clovis […]

Official: Bond money would go to classroom renovation at CCC

Liliana Castillo Clovis Community College is one of six institutions hoping to receive $1 million or less from Education Bond D, one of four bond issues on the Nov. 2 general election ballot. Education Bond D sets aside money to help improve infrastructure at colleges and universities statewide. Bond D totals $155.2 million and is […]

District sees jump in drunken driving arrests

By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer The New Mexico State Police saw a significant increase statewide in drunken driving arrests from 2008 to 2009. And in eastern New Mexico, the jump was more dramatic. The state’s ninth district, which includes Clovis, Portales, Tucumcari, Vaughn, Fort Sumner, Santa Rosa, Anton Chico, Corona, Newkirk and Conchas, saw […]

Press Release: Statewide gas prices averaging $2.66 this Thanksgiving holiday

(Albuquerque, New Mexico; November 19, 2009)

Leadership New Mexico Announces 2009-2010 Board of Directors

STATEWIDE – Dick Smith, Owner of RLS Consulting in Clovis will continue his position with the Leadership New Mexico 2009-2010 Board of Directors. Established in 1995, Leadership New Mexico has identified and enhanced leadership throughout New Mexico over the past fourteen years by providing a forum for participants to strengthen their knowledge of challenges and […]

Richardson to visit eastern New Mexico

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Gov. Bill Richardson is planning to visit Fort Sumner, Clovis and Portales today. By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson is visiting eastern New Mexico today as part of his statewide listening tour. Alarie Ray Garcia, Richardson’s deputy communications director, said the tour has a stop in each New Mexico county. She said […]

Statewide gas price average drops 2 cents

Albuquerque, New Mexico; March 13, 2009 —

Co-op Advertising Program Awards $395,550 to Communities and Nonprofit Organizations Statewide

SANTA FE–The New Mexico Economic Development Department is awarding $395,550 to 65 New Mexico communities and nonprofit organizations as part of the Co-op Advertising Program, Cabinet Secretary Fred Mondrag

Free fishing day for kids Saturday

SATURDAY IS FREE FISHING DAY; CLINICS FOR KIDS PLANNED STATEWIDE

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Catalogs for the upcoming Curry County Fair were approved by the Curry County Fair Board. The catalogs listed rules and regulations for participants and a schedule of events. … Carl Jones and Ron Smith were recognized for outstanding service at the annual Clovis Evening Lions Club awards night. … Barbara Nuckols and her cousin Gary […]

Scholarship helps CHS senior pursue dream

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CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle Robert Cordova, a Clovis High senior, graduates today. By Helena Rodriguez: CNJ staff writer A prestigious scholarship and a background in construction has paved the way for Robert Cordova to pursue a civil engineering degree. Cordova is one of 352 students expected to receive diplomas during Clovis High School’s graduation […]

McClure tapped to head state business group

By Freedom Newspapers Former Clovis Community College president Beverlee J. McClure has been appointed president and CEO of the Association of Commerce and Industry following a national search, according to a news release from the statewide business group. McClure has served as the first cabinet secretary of higher education since the Higher Education Department was […]

Statewide Town Hall forum to focus on federal funds

CNJ staff A New Mexico First statewide Town Hall forum being held later this month will focus on federal funding coming to the state and whether the state is too dependent on external income streams. The meeting is held annually to discuss major issues that affect the state, and policy makers have been known to […]

‘Statewide’ should cover entire state

By Stuart Ingle Editor’s note: The Clovis News Journal asked area lawmakers to offer brief commentary on a subject of their choice as they head back to Santa Fe this week for a 60-day legislative session. A move is afoot in Santa Fe to change the way in which millions of your tax dollars are […]

Sandoval County vote totals flip

By The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE – The Associated Press questioned a vote reversal in Sandoval County’s end-of-night results reported for the election on a constitutional amendment that would increase school funding. Statewide, the AP tally showed the amendment leading by fewer than 900 votes and the race was too close to call early Wednesday. Sandoval […]

Commissioner against sex, gender bill

By Jack King Curry County Commission Chairman Tim Ashley is backing a petition drive against a state law prohibiting discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. A bill prohibiting the discrimination, Senate Bill 28, was passed by the state Legislature and signed by Gov. Bill Richardson this year. A statewide petition drive to keep […]

Ed Perales to pressure state on jail

By Jack King A Curry County Commissioner said he wants to further a statewide effort make the state pay county detention centers for housing state inmates. “I would like to encourage counties statewide to pressure the state to pay counties for those incarcerations,” said Commissioner Ed Perales. “I’m concerned about Curry County, but I think […]