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2010-11-12 00:00:46

John Lamboy, nominated by Megan Dow of Clovis, wins new Tech Council of Maryland award at the CIO/CTO Live! Awards. Clovis recognizes the significant contributions that Mr. Lamboy has made in the field of Cyber Security and congratulates Mr. Lamboy and Vangent on this high honor. Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) November 11, 2010 On November 4, the Tech Council of Maryland announced the winners of its fifth annual CIO&CTO Live! Awards to a capacity crowd in downtown D.C. at the Ronald Regan...

2008-12-19 17:19:00

BETHESDA, Md., Dec. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- ICF Incorporated, a subsidiary of ICF International, announced that Clovis has been added as a teaming partner after being awarded a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) by the U.S. Department of State (DoS) in September, 2008. The five-year agreement has a $300 million ceiling and allows ICF and its teaming partners to compete to provide a broad range of project and program management support services to the agency worldwide. Clovis will be instrumental as...

2008-08-05 15:00:35

By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Aug. 5--High fuel costs may have grounded private pilots in Clovis but they have played a hand in the increase of passengers flying out of Clovis in the last year, according to Clovis Municipal Airport Director Steve Summers. And more use of the airport is expected as Cannon Air Force Base receives more personnel as it transitions to a Special Operations Wing and as the city's economy grows, Summers said. The number of passengers flying out...

2008-07-31 12:00:44

By Liliana Castillo, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 31--The movie "Swing Vote," a movie about a loveable loser named Bud Johnson in a fictitious Texico, New Mexico, who ends up being the deciding voter in the presidential election, is scheduled for release Friday. In the PG-13 movie, politicians invade the town and its unwitting inhabitants, waging war for Johnson's vote. The movie was not filmed in Texico. Filmmakers just like the name of the town for the setting. Movie directors did...

2008-07-18 12:00:59

By Gabriel Monte, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 18--Inside what looks like an 8-foot tall green beach ball is a satellite terminal that represents the future of special operations communications technology. Tethered by cables tied to four metal plates, the inflatable satellite was surrounded by three tents housing millions of dollars worth of communications equipment. The mobile communications unit is the hub of a two-week long exercise at Cannon Air Force Base involving special...

2008-07-08 12:01:16

By Sharna Johnson, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jul. 8--After months of being moved around and prolonged response times, AeroCare has found a home in Clovis. Under a lease agreement with Blue Sky Aviation, AeroCare now has a base of operations housed in a hangar at the Clovis Municipal Airport and is able to provide Clovis and surrounding areas 24-hour coverage, according to flight paramedic Stan Mixon. AeroCare transports emergency medical patients to Lubbock and Amarillo hospitals....

2008-06-25 15:02:59

By Kevin Wilson, Clovis News Journal, N.M. Jun. 25--The Clovis school board plans to introduce an updated school publications policy in next month's meeting. The student publications policy has been a topic of discussion following community concerns when Clovis High School's Plainsman yearbook featured photos of two lesbian couples in a section on relationships this spring. The photos were not discussed by board members, community members or school board attorney Dave Richards. In...

2008-06-18 12:00:58

By The Portales News-Tribune, N.M. Jun. 18--Roosevelt General Hospital Director James D'Agostino told board members Tuesday an AreoCare helicopter was now stationed in Clovis to handle emergency patient transfers to Lubbock. Featuring twin engines, the MD 902 helicopter flies at about 145 mph, allowing a patient to be transported to Lubbock in 35 minutes, D'Agostino said. The helicopter also features onboard medical equipment that can be used to monitor and treat patients. "It is...

2005-08-26 13:41:08

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A military review panel voted on Friday to strip New Mexico's Cannon Air Force Base of its F-16 fighter squadrons but keep the base open for a possible future mission. In a 6-1 vote with two abstentions, the Base Realignment and Closure Commission amended the Pentagon's plans to fully close the facility near Clovis, New Mexico, giving it five years' time to lobby for a new mission. The action will move its F-16 jet fighters to other bases, but keep a small Air...