Patrick Cohn Jr., a lifelong resident of Grant County, is seeking election for the Office of Grant County Treasurer in the upcoming 2020 county elections.
He is a graduate of Cobre High School (2001) and continued his education, first at NMSU in Las Cruces and then finishing up his Bachelor’s Degree in General Business at Western New Mexico University in 2012. This degree emphasized finance principles. He then continued his expertise in banking by attending the Western States School of Banking at NMSU and received a Bank Diploma for his efforts.
LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO – Local businessman, Chris Mathys, has announced his entry into the Republican primary for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, the People’s House.
Mathys brings over thirty-eight years of business experience to serve New Mexicans in the 2nd Congressional District. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker in New Mexico, Colorado, California, and Wyoming. He owns and operates Mathys Properties located in Las Cruces, NM, and owns Oro Financial in Fresno, CA.
LAS CRUCES, NM- Former Trump administration official and New Mexico State University business professor Dr. Gavin Clarkson became the first Republican to announce for New Mexico’s open U.S. Senate seat today. Sen. Tom Udall announced last month he will retire rather than seek a third six-year term next year.
“My story is quite different from most people who spend their lives climbing the political stepladder aspiring to be another career politician,” Clarkson said. “I'm a tribal member whose orphaned father went from living out of trash cans to being the first Native American to fly a jet. I have a law degree, an MBA, and a Doctorate in Business Administration. I’ve taught for two decades as a conservative in higher education and been illegally fired for it, and I've served as an economic development official in the Trump administration in the heart of the swamp.”
Luis Terrazas seeks election in 2020 for NM District 39 State Representative.
A lifelong resident of Grant County, Terrazas graduated from Silver High School in 1990. He attended NMSU and graduated from WNMU in 1993 with a bachelor's of business administration with an emphasis in accounting. He also earned a degree from Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 1995.
He opened his first business, Silver City Auto Spa, in 1999 at 27 years old. In 2003, he started Terrazas Granite and Marble. Terrazas owns and operates Terrazas Funeral Chapels and Terrazas Crematory in the Silver City area, which he opened in 2005, and Terrazas Funeral Chapels in Deming, which began in 2008. He also owns Terrazas Granite and Marble in Las Cruces, which opened in 2010.
Bayard Police Department
Monday, Mar. 18
Caller is unable to reach the mom and her 6-year-old child has not been to school in a week. Officer located the trailer/negative contact with anyone.
ALAMOGORDO - Today, Yvette Herrell announced her candidacy for Congress in New Mexico’s Second District and released the following statement:
"Wages are growing at the fastest pace since 2009, Hispanic and African American unemployment are at record lows, our energy sector is thriving, and 2018 was the best year for manufacturing jobs in 20 years," said Herrell. "Yet liberal politicians like Xochitl Torres Small are doing nothing but “resisting” efforts to make our country a better place for all Americans.
Torres Small's very first votes -- for Nancy Pelosi and against protecting our country with common sense border security -- proved that her campaign promise to “work with anyone” was just a cynical attempt to pull the wool over the eyes of the voters.
Mary Alice tried out a different format for reporting the lengthy County Commission preliminary budget hearing. Instead of traditional narrative sentences, to do it more quickly and efficiently, she put the name of each speaker before a paraphrased version of their comments. Questions were not necessarily asked by the speaker, but they were answered by the one replying. Please let email@example.com know if you love, hate or are indifferent about the format. It may lead to how some reports are written henceforth in order to get them out in a more timely manner.
Mary Alice is back, but on slow-mo, trying to catch up with all that didn't get done before she had to leave. And doing everything that happened after she got back! Working on it
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