It’s Their Job: Crisanta Armijo

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Name: Crisanta Armijo Job: Service center employee at Russell’s Super Save Background: Armijo is a lifelong Portales resident and attended Clovis Community College for a year. Time on job: One year What does your job entail?: Armijo sends Western Union money transfers, cashes checks, processes and takes payments on utility bills and serves as a […]

Feb. 8, 2009: Anniversary

Ortega Freddie and Julia Ortega of Portales celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Feb. 8 at their home. The celebration was hosted by their son, David Ortega, and daughter, Annette Cavazos. The couple was married Feb. 7, 1959, in Portales. They have two children and four grandchildren. He is a retired Civil Service employee at […]

State workers’ union not pushing pay issue

By Kate Nash: The New Mexican State-employee union members are counting their blessings that New Mexico hasn’t seen layoffs and furloughs of government workers like so many other states this year. As a nod to the tough economic times, they’ve agreed to take a zero percent pay raise through the end of the 2010 fiscal […]

Jan. 27 ENMU Briefs

ENMU Communications Dept. Employee Briefs • During the 2008 Southwest Association of Student Assistance Programs Regional Conference, Susan Cramp, director of Upward Bound, was elected secretary of the association.

Hospital board holds off on proposed employee policy

PNT Staff Report The on-again, off-again attempt to establish a policy for employees serving on the Roosevelt General Hospital Board is off again, at least for a while. The wording of a proposed new policy was challenged by board member Peggy Davis Tuesday and tabled for further discussion at a future meeting. “They table the […]

Holiday shoppers spending less

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By Gabriel Monte: Freedom New Mexico Jeremy and Michelle King of Clovis said the economic downturn has them spending less during the holidays. Strolling with their children Saturday through the North Plains Mall, the Kings said their holiday shopping this year is focused on their children. Michelle King, 32, a state employee, said they are […]

ENMU Briefs Aug. 19, 2008

Employee/Alumni BriefsManuel Varela, professor of biology, has been selected for the 2009 Edition of “Who’s Who in America.”Peggy Hardman wrote a review of Black Women in Texas History, Bruce Glasrud and Merline Pitre, Editors (Texas A&M Press, 2008). The review will be published in the Autumn 2009 Western Historical Quarterly. The Cyclone, the newsletter of […]

ENMU Briefs Aug. 12, 2008

Employee/Alumni Briefs Michael F. Shaughnessy was recently interviewed by Roya Klingner of Germany. The interview was posted at http://www.begabungsforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=204. Michael F. Shaughnessy has been asked to continue to serve as a member of the Academic Advisory Board for ANNUAL EDITIONS: Adolescent Psychology.He will also continue to serve as editor of the New Mexico Journal of […]

ENMU Briefs June 4, 2008

ENMU employee, student, alumniGene Smith, dean of the College of Business, recently presented a paper titled “Business School Accreditation Bodies: Beneficial or Dysfunctional?” at the 2008 International Conference of the Academic Business World. Donald Elder III, professor of history, won two awards from the New Mexico Broadcasters Association this weekend in Albuquerque. Along with partner […]

ENMU Briefs May 20, 2008

Employee/Alumni Briefs One of Michael Sitton’s choral compositions, an unaccompanied anthem “To the Divine Trinity,” was performed at the Memorial Church of Harvard University on Trinity Sunday. Sitton is dean of the College of Fine Arts. ENMU graduate Lee Berlin has been named a prosecutor for the district attorney’s office in Wagoner, Okla. Summer school […]