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Articles from the January 2, 2012 edition

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Monday morning briefing: A new year, and still making history

Good morning, and welcome to the first Freedom New Mexico Morning Briefing of 2012. You might be reading this from your office or your home, depending on how your business is marking the New Years holiday. The Freedom New Mexico offices are closed,...

 

Monday morning briefing: A new year, and still making history

Good morning, and welcome to the first Freedom New Mexico Morning Briefing of 2012. You might be reading this from your office or your home, depending on how your business is marking the New Years holiday. The Freedom New Mexico offices are closed,... Full story

 

Tuesday morning briefing: Basketball tournaments and a big buy

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday morning briefing.... Full story

 

Tuesday morning briefing: Basketball tournaments and a big buy

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday morning briefing....

 

Sheriff finishes training with FBI Academy

Roosevelt County Sheriff Darren Hooker was one of 266 law enforcement officers to graduate from the FBI National Academy Program last month. Hooker, who returned from training just before Christmas, said he is ready to put into action what he... Full story

 

Sheriff finishes training with FBI Academy

Roosevelt County Sheriff Darren Hooker was one of 266 law enforcement officers to graduate from the FBI National Academy Program last month. Hooker, who returned from training just before Christmas, said he is ready to put into action what he...

 

Portales couple has New Year baby

Jada Grace Pacheco slept quietly in the arms of her mother Monday morning in a room at the Plains Regional Medical Center. When she was born on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. a buzz started around the hospital’s labor and delivery unit, as baby Jada quickly...

 

Clovis' first baby of year born to Portales couple

CNJ staff photo: Benna Sayyed Jada quietly sleeps in the arms of her mother, Kristen Pacheco. Benna Sayyed Jada Grace Pacheco slept quietly in the arms of her mother Monday morning in a room at the Plains Regional Medical Center. When she was born...

 

Business digest — Jan. 3

Company invests in Tres Amigas Global trading, IT and infrastructure services company Mitsui and Co. has agreed to invest $12 million into the Tres Amigas power grid project that will be located east of Clovis. The transmission hub will connect...

 

Business digest - Jan. 3

Company invests in Tres Amigas Global trading, IT and infrastructure services company Mitsui and Co. has agreed to invest $12 million into the Tres Amigas power grid project that will be located east of Clovis. The transmission hub will connect...

 

Comments open on CCC accreditation

Clovis Community College will undergo a March evaluation by the Higher Learning Commission as part of its process to renew the college's general accreditation through the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. A team of evaluators will... Full story

 

Comments open on CCC accreditation

Clovis Community College will undergo a March evaluation by the Higher Learning Commission as part of its process to renew the college’s general accreditation through the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. A team of evaluators will... Full story

 

Brumfield running for re-election

Gayla Brumfield announced her intention to run for re-election as Clovis mayor. Brumfield, 58, is the owner and a broker for Coldwell Banker Colonial Real Estate of Clovis. She plans a further announcement Tuesday afternoon. "Four years ago when I...

 

Commissioner seeking re-election

Christopher Bryant has announced that he will seek re-election as for his seat in District 4 of the Clovis City Commission. Bryant, 61, owns and operates the Foxy Drive-In. He has served on the water advisory council and the 400 Mitchell St....

 

Brumfield running for re-election

Gayla Brumfield announced her intention to run for re-election as Clovis mayor. Brumfield, 58, is the owner and a broker for Coldwell Banker Colonial Real Estate of Clovis. She plans a further announcement Tuesday afternoon. “Four years ago when I... Full story

 

Commissioner seeking re-election

Christopher Bryant has announced that he will seek re-election as for his seat in District 4 of the Clovis City Commission. Bryant, 61, owns and operates the Foxy Drive-In. He has served on the water advisory council and the 400 Mitchell St....

 

Render running for commission seat

R.L. "Rube" Render has announced that he will run for the District 4 Clovis City Commission race. Render, 69, is a retired project manager with Lockheed Martin and a retired gunnery sergeant with the United States Marine Corps. "I feel we need to...

 

Render running for commission seat

R.L. “Rube” Render has announced that he will run for the District 4 Clovis City Commission race. Render, 69, is a retired project manager with Lockheed Martin and a retired gunnery sergeant with the United States Marine Corps. “I feel we need...

 

Portales couple has New Year baby

Jada Grace Pacheco, Clovis' 2012 New Year baby, was born Sunday at Plains Regional Medical Center. Jada was the first child born in Clovis this year. Jada quietly sleeps in the arms of her mother Kristen Pacheco. Jada sleeps in the arms of her...

 

Clovis' first baby of year born to Portales couple

Jada quietly sleeps in the arms of her mother, Kristen Pacheco. Jada sleeps in the arms of her mother Kristen Pacheco. Jada's father, Johnny Pacheco, left, works as a full-time pastor at Portales Church of the Nazarene. Jada Grace Pacheco, Clovis'...

 

My turn: Happy birthday, New Mexico

The state of New Mexico turns 100 on Friday. Here’s some trivia: • President William Howard Taft signed the declaration of statehood at 1:35 p.m. on Jan. 6, 1912, in his private office at the White House. The Santa Fe New Mexican reported... Full story

 

My turn: Happy birthday, New Mexico

The state of New Mexico turns 100 on Friday. Here's some trivia: President William Howard Taft signed the declaration of statehood at 1:35 p.m. on Jan. 6, 1912, in his private office at the White House. The Santa Fe New Mexican reported about two doz...

 

Keep Internet away from U.N.’s clutches

Freedom New Mexico The Internet is the most free form of communications ever developed. Anyone can put up a website or blog and spout opinions — whether brilliant, inane or very wrong. But governments, in their lust to control our lives, just c... Full story

 

Keep Internet away from U.N.'s clutches

The Internet is the most free form of communications ever developed. Anyone can put up a website or blog and spout opinions — whether brilliant, inane or very wrong. But governments, in their lust to control our lives, just can't leave the...

 

Taking on 2012 one step at a time

It’s not even a week past Christmas day and I’m already experiencing a post-Christmas letdown. Am I the only one that experiences this? Please, tell me no. There are things I love about all seasons of the year, but October through December are...

 

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