Protection through paranoia catching on

By Kevin Wilson Leave it to our state to provide a safer environment, social comedy and a view on human behavior all at the same time. This is the story of Officer Timmy, who’s been helping keep the drivers of Albuquerque at a slower pace with only his presence. You see, presence is all Timmy […]

Sheriff’s department slated to receive money for vehicles

By Tony Parra Roosevelt County representatives saw some big numbers come back for the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Department and the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds from capital outlay funds. The total amount of money set aside for Roosevelt County from the house and senate is $983,000, but is still subject to Gov. Bill Richardson’s approval. Road improvements […]

Volunteers work to build no-kill animal shelter

By Tony Parra Rescuers from All-4-One Animal Rescue are working with members of the animal shelters in Portales and Clovis to try to prevent the deaths of thousands of stray animals in Portales and Clovis each year. Caroll Baker, one of the members of All-4-One Animal Rescue, said members of the volunteer organization help in […]

District given funds for attorneys

By David Irvin The average case load for prosecutors in the Ninth Judicial District Attorney’s office may be cut by a quarter by July. Before adjourning on Saturday, the New Mexico Legislature granted the Ninth Judicial District Attorney’s office its request for five additional employees, three of which are prosecutors. Each prosecutor in the District […]

March 24 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions Birthdays: Stephanie Lee, Eddie Lee, Brittney Burns. Upcoming Events • Spring Break is this week. School will resume on Monday. Lions Club The 55th Annual Floyd Lion’s Club Jamboree is Thursday through Sunday. Thursday evening will be classic country music, Friday and Saturday will be contemporary country, and Sunday will be […]

March 23 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael It appears the snow and freeze last week killed some early blooming fruit, as some were protected by other trees seem to be untouched. Some apricot trees have not bloomed out yet. Only time will tell about that and the wheat that is getting so big and beautiful. Update Ashley Singletary, Loretta […]

March 23 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Church news The Dora Church of Christ are having a Ladies Night out in their Fellowship Hall on April 8 at 6:30 p.m. VBS Both churches are planning on summer vacation bible schools but there are no definite plans at this time. I will keep you updated on events. Vacation time There […]

Clovis to have seminar to prevent identity theft

By David Irvin: Freedom Newspapers Bob Hagan of the New Mexico Securities Division said many victims of identity theft don’t even know they have fallen victim to a crime. “It’s important for people to realize they are a victim of a crime and file a report,” he said. “We believe that here in New Mexico […]

PHS notches sweep over Lady Demons

By Dave Wagner Sophomore pitchers Shareesa Nusser and Sasha Parker combined to strike out 30 Dexter batters and Portales High’s softball team cruised to 14-6 and 16-4 wins over the Lady Demons on Monday at the PHS softball field. Nusser struck out 18 batters in the opener while also contributing three hits and three RBIs […]

Lady Rams take team title in Roswell meet

PNT Staff ROSWELL — Portales High’s girls swept all 10 doubles matches and edged Hobbs on a tiebreaker for the team title of a six-team invitational tournament Friday and Saturday, hosted by Roswell High. Portales and Hobbs each finished with 15 wins in 20 matches, but the Lady Rams won the head-to-head competition 3-1 for […]

3/22 Obituaries

Clarence Adams, 84 Services: 10 a.m. today at Calvary Baptist Church in Roswell. Clarence Siringo Adams, 84, of Roswell, died Saturday, March 19, 2005, at his home. He was born on Aug. 7, 1920, in Corona, to John C. and Alice M. Adams. He spent his years in southeastern New Mexico as a teacher, educator, […]

City may receive thousands for roads

By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Most of the $700,000 the city is scheduled to receive from the 2005 capital outlay budget is earmarked for road repairs. The budget is subject to approval by Gov. Bill Richardson. The city is scheduled to receive roughly one third of the $725,000 it requested for road improvements. Of […]

Lubbock Christian sweeps past Rams

PNT Staff LUBBOCK — Nick Quigley had four extra base hits, including a home run in each game, and picked up the second-game pitching victory Monday night as the Lubbock Christian Eagles swept past Portales High’s baseball team 15-5 and 18-8. Both games ended in the fifth inning on the 10-run rule. Lubbock Christian (14-5) […]

Clabaugh gets 400th win as Hounds split with Bulldogs

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By Dave Wagner A second-game loss put only a slight tinge on Eastern New Mexico University baseball coach Phil Clabaugh’s accomplishment. The Greyhounds gave Clabaugh his 400th win in 18 seasons as a college coach on Sunday with a 7-3 win over Southwestern Oklahoma at Greyhound Field. Then the Bulldogs avoided a four-game series sweep […]

March 20 Dora School News

Because of the snow, Dora students missed school on Tuesday. With the day off, the children created snowmen and snow angels, and some had snowball fights. On Wednesday, there was a short day because of a two-hour delay. Things went as scheduled for the rest of the week. Birthdays Elementary: March 16, Micah Massey; 17, […]

March 20 Floyd School News

Upcoming events • Spring Break is this week. School will resume March 28. Jamboree The 55th Annual Floyd Lion’s Club Jamboree will be Thursday through Sunday in the old Gym. Thursday evening will be classic country music, Friday and Saturday will be contemporary country, and Sunday will be gospel music. Also: • Booster Club is […]

March 20 Broad Horizons News

State mandated testing has been wrapped up on the campus of Broad Horizons, bringing a sigh of relief to students and staff. This past week was “jam-packed” with review and mid-term exams to close out the grading period. The typical end of nine weeks activities was complicated with class time being cut short by school […]

Zias salvage series finale at TWU

PNT Staff DENTON, Texas — Junior Natasha Lindsey pitched a three-hitter and first baseman Elizabeth Whipkey drove in three runs as Eastern New Mexico University beat Texas Woman’s 4-0 Saturday to earn a split of their Lone Star Conference softball doubleheader. The Zias lost a 1-0 heartbreaker in the opener when the Pioneers pushed over […]

Rams drop third in row at Silver tourney

PNT Staff SILVER CITY — It was a long weekend for the Portales High baseball team. The Rams entered Silver High’s Fighting Colt Invitational unbeaten for the season, but finished eighth in the tournament after three consecutive losses. Portales (6-3), which lost to Cobre in Thursday’s opening round, absorbed a 15-3 setback at the hands […]