Class wins poster contest

PNT staff report Carol Ainsworth’s fourth-period art class at Lindsey Middle School has won the Roosevelt General Hospital Infection Control Poster Contest. Their prize is a pizza party. The other three classes that participated will receive cookies. The contest challenged Ainsworth’s sixth-grade students to design posters with information and graphics on the importance of hand […]

Student poster contest focuses on hygiene

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer With the flu season closing in, a number of Portales sixth-graders are learning about the importance of hand washing as they convey the information via art. Carol Ainsworth’s four art classes at Lindsey Middle School are designing posters about hand washing for a Roosevelt General Hospital contest the public […]

Sept. 3, 1964

The Portales News-Tribune reported that the pet prairie dog Portales Police had in “the pokey” the day before was bailed out by Mr. and Mrs. C.A. McEndree of University Drive. They said it belongs to their granddaughter-in-law, Mrs. Larry Hays, also of University Drive. Mrs. Hays is the former Mary Nell Ainsworth of Milnesand, and […]

Dec. 31, 1953

Cleo AInsworth of Elida, a popular member of an original pioneer family of Roosevelt County, announced his intentions to run for District 2 County Commissioner to succeed Clifford Stevenson.

Lady Rams ousted

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By Dave Wagner ALBUQUERQUE — Pojoaque had waited a year for the opportunity to avenge a heartbreaking loss to Portales in the 2005 Class 3A state volleyball championship. The Elkettes, with virtually everybody returning from that squad, moved into today’s title game with a 25-22, 22-25, 25-21, 25-16 win over Portales at Tingley Coliseum. Pojoaque […]

Altrusa hosts 36th annual home tour

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Featuring four homes and one business, 36 years of tradition will continue as the annual Altrusa Home Tour takes place next Sunday in Portales. It’s a fund-raiser for us to support our community projects that we do,” said Dannah Brown, home tour chairperson. Word of mouth, uniqueness or a […]

Oct. 20 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael These cool days are a good reminder that winder is on its way. The ice on Johnny Piaz’s car top Thursday morning was thick enough that he said he could not just wipe it off. Farmers are thankful it didn’t seem to stop the milo from maturing, but it served as a […]

Oct. 20 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Harvest Peanut harvest is well underway now. Don’t know if are dry enough to thrash yet but should all be dry and waiting. Some hay has already been cut and is also waiting until it can be ailed. There is sure some good cotton opening fast, by the time the peanuts and […]