Clovis BPO Does Clovis BPO Does held a regular meeting on Jan. 26 with President Sandie Kitchens presiding. Entertainment Chairman Kandi Hall announced there would be an Elks/Does Valentine’s Dinner and Dance on Feb. 11. The cost is $15 per person for advance sales and $20 at the door. Membership Chairman Sammye May read a […]
Robin Fornoff Two key state officials spent most of Thursday accusing each other of incompetence over an audit that charges the scandal-ridden Public Regulation Commission is corrupt from top to bottom. State Auditor Hector Balderas, a Democrat, set it off in the morning, calling on PRC chairman and Clovis native Patrick Lyons, a Republican, to […]
Freedom New Mexico Clovis native Patrick Lyons will remain chairman of the New Mexico’s scandal-tainted Public Regulation Commission (PRC). The PRC voted unanimously Tuesday to re-elect Lyons and Vice Chairman Theresa Becenti-Aguilar. “We’re looking forward to cleaning up the PRC and making it a better agency for the consumer,” Lyons said. “We want to be […]
Congress is about to elevate the position of chief of the National Guard Bureau to full membership on the Joint Chiefs of Staff, joining the JCS chairman, vice chairman and four service branch chiefs as top military advisers to the president and his national security team. It’s a controversial bump in power and prestige that […]
Victor Contreras, chairman of political committee of Hispanos Unidos, submitted this view repealing driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants in New Mexico. Hispanos Unidos is a non-partisan political action committee dedicated to election reform and fighting corruption in New Mexico. As a country of rule by law, we need to live by the rules of our […]
Kmele Foster, a small-business owner who serves as the chairman of America’s Future Foundation, believes government micro-management is smothering the economy.
In these tight budget times, the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has learned it must cut current spending to fund new initiatives for veterans. For example, Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., committee chairman, would pay for her Hiring Heroes Act of 2011 by extending by three years, to 2014, a higher fee on veterans who reuse their […]
Patrick H. Lyons is chairman of the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission. He represents District 2, which includes Roosevelt and Curry counties. In a recent news release, he touched on money-saving initiatives undertaken by the NMPRC under his leadership.
Under Democratic control the last four years, the House voted to pump tens of billions of additional dollars into the Department of Veterans Affairs for improved benefits and health care. The new Republican chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee says it’s time to learn where a lot of those dollars went and to provide […]
Jan. 19, 1942: Portales Daily News: Only $750 more was needed to put Roosevelt County’s Red Cross war fund over the $2,500 mark, according to Paul Bryant, county chairman.
Clovis BPO Does Clovis BPO Does held a regular meeting on Nov. 4, 2010. The Nominating Committee presented the slate of new Drove Officers for 2011. All present were elected to their respective offices. Judiciary Chairman Kristy Marney read the proposed new standing rules and by-laws for the Drove. These will be voted on at […]
Nov. 12, 1942: The Portales Daily News: Ralf Will, chairman of the woman’s division of the scrap drive (for the war effort), was asking the aid of three organizations: one to take the responsibility of the silk hose drive, one to gather the small metal tubes from drug stores and filling stations, and one to […]
Oct. 20, 1953: The Portales Daily News: Jack Patton and Ira Bogard were named co-chairmen for the 1954 March Of Dimes, said Grover Ross, chairman of the county polio foundation chapter.
Howard Rich is chairman of Americans for Limited Government. Here’s a snippet from a recent column he distributed to newspapers around the country:
By Robin Fornoff: FNM content editor The chairman of the Eastern Plains Council of Governments board says he exercised “executive privilege” when he fired EPCOG’s former director last fall. Richard Arguello also acknowledges there was never a vote to name Arguello as EPCOG’s interim director but said board members did not object. Details of how […]
Submitted by Miriam Deen Four delegates from Portales attended the 81st state Philanthropic Educational Organiza-tion convention May 6-8 at the Hilton Hotel in Albuquerque. They were Ginger Creighton and Janine Elder from Chapter BE and Miriam Deen and Iris Johnson from Chapter R. All 71 chapters in the state were represented, with two delegates from […]
By Mary Ann Milbourne: Freedom News Service James D. Dunning Jr. is the new chairman of Irvine, California-based Freedom Communications Inc., owner of the Clovis News Journal, Portales News-Tribune and Quay County Sun. He brings broad media experience ranging from being former president and chief financial officer of Rolling Stone to chief executive of Ziff […]
By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer The Roosevelt County Detention Center administrator has left to take another job. County Manager Charlene Hardin said former administrator Don Burdine’s last day was Saturday. Assistant Administrator Charles Perez is filling in until the county hires a permanent replacement for Burdine. “I just got an opportunity to join with […]
The Portales News-Tribune reported that more than 1,000 high school students from dozens of schools in New Mexico and Texas showed up Saturday morning before 7 a.m. for the 11th annual choral clinic at Eastern New Mexico University. Under the direction of George E. Umberson, chairman of ENMU’s vocal department, the vocalists kept to a […]