Tomboy more comfortable in mud

By Baxter Black: On the Edge of common Sense Nicole was a tomboy. No, more accurately she was a cowboy. She favored cow work to Barbie dolls. She was Dad’s right-hand man. By age 15, she could pull her weight, from building fence to pulling calves. Last spring to celebrate the coming of sunshine, the [...]

It’s their job: Victor Baca

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Name: Victor Baca Job: Owner and pharmacist at Village Pharmacy Background: Baca is from Portales but attended college at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Time on job: 26 years What does your job entail? I do everything from filling prescriptions accurately to counseling patients on which medications to take — both for over-the-counter [...]

Dec. 16, 1971

The Portales News-Tribune reported that U.S. Geological Survey mapmakers were working extensively to survey and accurately map Roosevelt County. By this time, the northern portion of the county was almost complete, but the Dora-Milnesand area still needed more surveying and research.