Wed. Aug 12th, 2020
CCC moves to online this Fall- CLOVIS (KSMX)- Officials have announced that all academic classes taught at Clovis Community College will be offered online this fall. Courses will include virtual lectures and interactive access with instructors through the fall semester. CCC said career technical education classes will be offered face-to-face with COVID-19… <Read More>
NMED: What you need to know- SANTA (KSMX)- Earlier this month, the New Mexico Environment Department filed an emergency amendment to require employers to report positive COVID-19 cases in the workplace to the Department's Occupational Health and Safety Bureau within four hours of being notified of the case. Below is information… <Read More>
Ute Water Commission tackle some tough decisions- CLOVIS (KSMX)- Members of the Ute Water Commission met today during a regular meeting to undertake some difficult decisions pertaining to the new JPA agreement. One of the major discussions amongst members was that of the guidelines set for entities to be and remain eligible… <Read More>
UPDATE: Lowest number of in-patients reported statewide- SANTA FE (KSMX)- Eight new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Eastern New Mexico by state health officials, as well as 132 additional cases statewide, on Monday. Curry County has had a total of 558 cases of the coronavirus with a reported 170 individuals having… <Read More>
Public Education Department launches NM Childcare Survey- SANTA FE (KSMX)- The New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED) has launched a NM Childcare Survey to gain information about the childcare needs of New Mexico families. In partnership with the Early Childhood Education and Care Division and the Governor’s office, the NMPED will utilize… <Read More>
City of Clovis alley clean-up- CLOVIS (KSMX)- According to a City of Clovis press release, over the last two weeks, City of Clovis Public Works employees hauled a record 198 tons of debris that was cleared from City’s alleys to the landfill. “Over the past few months, the City has… <Read More>
Roosevelt County Seeking ICIP Public Input- PORTALES (KSEL)- Roosevelt County is seeking public input on the 2022-2026 Infrastructure Capital Improvement Plan (ICIP). Carol Acosta-Flores, Special Projects Coordinator, updated the Roosevelt Commission Board on the process as she'd completed additional training. "Projects should be over $50,000, have a well thought out annual… <Read More>

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NCAA cancels Fall championships- The NCAA's Division II Presidents Council announced that seven 2020 fall championships will be canceled, due to the operational, logistical and financial challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. The council made the move after the NCAA Board of Governors directed each division to make a… <Read More>

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