April 6 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael The time changed Sunday for daylight-savings. I don’t know of anyone who was late Sunday morning because they forgot. Baby shower There will be a baby shower in the Baptist Church fellowship hall on April 23 at 2:30 p.m. This will be for the new baby due soon to Danielle Woodruff. She […]

Offline lessons are necessary too

By Kevin Wilson With each passing day, we’re living more and more in an online world. I can talk with my family online, get sports scores and TV schedules online and my faithful readers can read this and other Kevin Wilson columns on our newspaper’s Web site. We’re coming closer to an online Portales High […]

ENMU

ENMU Briefs Willie Nelson to Appear in Concert at ENMU Country singer Willie Nelson will appear in concert in the Campus Union Ballroom at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales at 7:30 p.m. on May 11. The opening act will be Billy Joe Shaver. Student tickets are $22.50. General admission tickets are $30 each, with […]

Bill to bring revenue to Portales

By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer A bill waiting for Gov. Richardson’s signature will bring additional revenue to Portales in the form of a compensating tax on purchases from out-of-state businesses. Members of the New Mexico Municipal League outlined the bill during an informational meeting Monday at the Memorial Building. Under the proposal a tax […]

PHS to offer online classes in fall

By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Portales High School is starting online courses in August that will allow students to take core classes such as English, math and history at home. Portales Principal Melvin Nusser said the program provides students the option of a different classroom setting to learn. It will also give home-school students […]

4/5 Obituaries

Montie Cochrain Services: 10 a.m. Thursday at Elida Methodist Church Montie Cochrain, 82, of Elida, died Sunday, April 3, 2005, at his home. He was born on Oct. 15, 1922, in Elida, to Cecil May and Steve B. Cochrain. He lived nearly his entire lifetime on the same ranch. He attended school in Elida and […]

ENMU women finish fifth, men share seventh in rodeo

PNT Staff SNYDER, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University finished fifth in women’s competition and tied for seventh on the men’s side over the weekend in the West Texas College Rodeo. The Zias tallied 85 points while the Greyhounds finished with 50. Tarleton State swept to both team championships. “Both teams are doing very well,” […]

Rams fourth in Hobbs Invitational

PNT Staff HOBBS — Eighth-grader William Archibeque shot 40-38 — 78 and placed fourth in medalist competition Monday as the Portales High boys opened their season with a fourth-place finish in the Hobbs Invitational golf tournament. Portales shot 336, finishing nine strokes behind runnerup Hobbs. Clovis, which had the top two individuals in Guillermo Chavez […]

Young QBs in competition at ENMU

By Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University special teams coach Michael Walton has added quarterbacks coaching duties to his plate for the 2005 football season, and he knows his work is cut out. The Greyhounds, who completed the first of four weeks of spring practice on Saturday, must replace a two-year starter in Steven Hinson. […]

Zias pull out series finale against ACU

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By Dave Wagner If you have to score runs in bunches to win, second-year Abilene Christian softball coach Chantiel Wilson figures she has the team to do it. Led by slugging first baseman Katie Bryan, the Wildcats banged out seven home runs and 33 hits in posting a 14-8, 11-7 Lone Star Conference South Division […]