Sept. 26, 1969

The Portales News-Tribune reported that

Sept. 25, 1975

The Portales News-Tribune contained an advertisement saying

Sept. 24, 1967

The Portales News Tribune reported that

Sept. 23, 1962

The Portales News-Tribune reported that the Portales High School marching band would march in the annual Parade of Bands, which was to open the Panhandle-South Plains Fair in Lubbock the following Monday. This parade featured more than 30 marching bands each year with no other type of entry allowed.

Sept. 22, 1978

The Portales News-Tribune reported that city police officers were checking out the damage as well as searching for clues as to what type of vehicle ran into the Wheeler Mortuary warehouse on First Street and Austin Avenue. Skid marks indicate the vehicle slid 256 feet before striking the corner of the building.

Sept. 21, 1973

The Portales News-Tribune reported that

Sept. 20, 1955

The Portales Daily Tribune reported that

Sept. 19, 1968

The Portales News-Tribune contained

Sept. 18, 1956

The Portales Daily Tribune reported that

Sept. 17, 1969

The Portales News Tribune reported the city council officially accepted the library building at the regular council meeting the night before and scheduled an open house to show off the new facility. Mayor James Kiker said he and his committee went over the building carefully and described it as “a good job, the best seen […]