NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH INVESTIGATES TB IN NEW MEXICO HEALTHCARE WORKER

The New Mexico Department of Health is screening approximately 250 individuals in Albuquerque and Clovis to rule out the spread of tuberculosis (TB) from a health-care worker who was recently diagnosed with the disease. The Department of Health and other agencies have already tested 73 individuals who have been in close contact with the worker. […]

Judicial court employees promoted

CNJ staff The 9th Judicial District Court has announced the promotions of three personnel. Orlando Ulibarri has been promoted to the position of deputy court administrator. A 15-year employee with the court, Ulibarri formerly managed the domestic violence program. He will now oversee the domestic violence program, computer and network information technology, digital recording and […]

Jan. 16, 1939

The annual Boy Scout fund-raising drive kicked off at a breakfast at the Harvey House with 40 men in attendance. … Two local boys made their first court appearance after being charged with breaking into the soda pop container at Peck’s Service station at the corner of Fifth and Pile. … Clovis mourned the death […]

Military families have much to offer

By Anita Doberman: Lifestlyes Columnist My husband and I adopted our son Matteo from Ethiopia. Our adoption journey has been exceptional. It has taught us things about ourselves and others, and surprised us in unexpected ways. Being a military family, we had to overcome practical obstacles. Finding references who lived in our area and had […]

Minimum wage leads to maximum debate

By Walter Willliams: syndicated columnist There are decent people, without a selfish hidden agenda, who support increases in minimum wages as a means to help low-skilled workers, and there are other decent people, with the identical goal, who strongly oppose increases in the minimum wage. So the question is: How can people who share the […]

Immigration’s big problem is illegality

By Walter Williams: Snydicated columnist My sentiments on immigration are inscribed at the foot of the Statue of Liberty: “… Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” […]

Inflexible laws hurt employees more than help

Freedom Newspapers French students, joined in some instances by union members, have been rioting in the streets for more than a week. Is this simply a rite of spring in la republique, where street demonstrations against the establishment that often turn violent are something of a national tradition? The answer in part is yes. But […]

3/19 Police blotter

Samplings of recent calls received by Clovis-area law enforcement officers, according to reports: At an unspecified time on Saturday, police responded to a call about a store on the 700 block of Thornton Street and arrested a Clovis man, 19, for writing worthless checks. The checks for more than $200 were written from the man’s […]

Stranger’s unselfish sharing sign of God’s mercy

By Judy Brandon: Local columnist There is much sadness in the world. There is sadness in our community, the nation and the world. That is why I am sharing the following true story about an incident … no, a miracle … that is uplifting. My sister Susie lives in Rochester, Minn. She sent this e-mail […]

Brower, Richard

Richard Brower Services: Have been held. Mr. Richard Brower, 42, of Clovis, a construction worker, died Sunday, July 4, 2004, at Plains Regional Medical Center in Clovis. Family members said he enjoyed fishing and often told fishing stories. He loved watching baseball games and talking with friends. He was born on March 14, 1962, in […]