Heat driving up feed prices for dairies

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While dairy cattle are holding up well in the hot, dry weather, the drought is sending forage prices skyrocketing, cutting profits, local members of the dairy industry have said. Dairies deal with heat stress in cattle every summer, said Alan Anderson of Anderson Dairy near Portales. “The problem is the hay shortage,” Anderson said. Because […]

Hounds, Jevelinas split

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Freedom New Mexico Senior first baseman Mitch Wolfe drove in six runs with a pair of homers and freshman Aaron Anderson pitched six effective innings to lift Eastern New Mexico University past Texas A&M-Kingsville 11-1 on Saturday at Greyhound Field for a split of their Lone Star Conference baseball doubleheader. ENMU (5-16, 3-12 LSC), which […]

Birthdays — OL Anderson

OL “Jack” Anderson OL “Jack” Anderson of Clovis will celebrate his 90th birthday from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday at the Church of Christ, 16th and Pile Street in Clovis. The celebration will be hosted by daughters Linda Watkins and Judy Wilson, and stepdaughter, Mary Ann Cable. Born June 14, 1920, in Frost, […]

Cookbooks being sold

Freedom New Mexico Women of the Church of God-Anderson are selling cookbooks to raise money for the group’s activities. The money will fund activities, missions and Christmas baskets for the underprivileged. Paula Stevens with the group said cookbooks are made up of local recipes from Portales, Melrose, Clovis and Friona. They are $12 and can […]

Nov. 3 ENMU Briefs

Students attend summit Eastern New Mexico University freshman theater major Kyree McField, freshman criminal justice and psychology major Shani Morris and junior public relations major, Jordan Anderson, attended the Governor’s Achievement Gap Summit on Oct. 26 in Albuquerque. About 12 students attended, with the group comprised of Eastern’s students and junior high and high school […]

Tough times for dairy farmers

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By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer Area dairy farmers, like their counterparts around the nation, are struggling financially due to the global economic downturn. Alan Anderson of Anderson Dairy near Portales said milk prices are low and many dairies, including his, are locked into high-priced feed contracts set when predictions for milk prices were much […]

Zias take two at Lead-Off Classic

Freedom New Mexico PHOENIX — Junior center fielder Laura Thompson had three hits, scoring one run and driving in the other, and sophomore Kristen Cruickshank tossed a one-hitter as Eastern New Mexico University shut out Cal State Stanislaus 2-0 for its second win Thursday in the NCAA Division II Leadoff Classic softball tournament and its […]

September 2, 1976

• The Anderson-Skaggs Feeding Corporation temporarily shut down it’s feedlot on the Airbase Highway. Cattle from the facility was being shipped to the corporation’s Smeyer, Texas lot. • Nancy Brown announced that she had closed the State Beauty College and would be moving to the Curry County Beauty College. • A round half gallon carton […]

Former area publisher promoted

Freedom Newspapers The Orange County (Calif.) Register named a newspaper veteran from Arizona as its new publisher Wednesday as N. Christian Anderson III prepares to leave after 27 years with the newspaper and its parent company. Anderson will leave the newspaper Sept. 15. He will be replaced by Terry Horne, publisher of the East Valley […]

Portales senior runs track ‘Down Under’

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By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer When 17-year-old Tyler Anderson learned he was one of four New Mexico athletes to secure a trip to Australia as part of the Down Under Sports Program, he knew it was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up. Anderson is going into his senior year at Portales High School and […]