Hundreds of athletes attend Greyhound Camp

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By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer Hundreds of area high school basketball players and dozens of teams are competing over a two-week period at Greyhound Arena. The annual Greyhound team basketball camp began on Sunday and will conclude today by noon, while the girls begin on Wednesday and leave Saturday. According to some of the […]

Youth group plans trip to help repair Louisiana home

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By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer Thirty-two members of St. Helen Catholic Church in Portales will help fix a hurricane-damaged home next month in New Orleans while attending a youth conference in Houma, La. The St. Helen youth group will continue to hold fundraisers to help finance the seven-day trip to Steubenville on the Bayou, […]

1-27-08 Magistrate Court

The following dispositions were filed in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court recently. According to the documents: • Tyrie Graham, 21, pleaded guilty of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor/drugs (first offense) and was ordered to serve one year of supervised probation, to attend the ASPEN program as well as to complete a DWI school, […]

12-23-07 Magistrate Court

The following dispositions were filed in Roosevelt County Magistrate Court recently. According to the documents: • Benjamin Page, 19, pleaded guilty to the charges of possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia and was ordered to pay fines and fees of $364 and attend the ASPEN program. • Justin Baumer, 25, pleaded no contest […]

10-24 Local Briefs

Committee plans Friday meeting The Roosevelt County Democratic Party Central Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Friday in the meeting room of the Memorial Building. Agenda items will include planning for the Democratic Presidential Caucuses on Feb. 5. All Democrats are invited to attend.

Magistrate Dispositions

The following dispositions were recently filed in Magistrate Court. • Kyran D. Studdard, 21, was found guilty of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor/drugs (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia and no license plate light. She was sentenced to three days jail time plus fines and fees of $802, serve supervised probation of one […]

Competition of olympic proportion

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Twelve Roosevelt County residents will be traveling to Las Cruces on Tuesday to participate in the Summer State Senior Olympics. For a fee of $45 each, Roosevelt County residents aged 55 and older were eligible to participate in the local games that were held in April. Over a period […]

July 10, 1981

• Superman II and Loving Couple were showing at the Varsity Drive In Theatre. • Portales resident Patricia Thatcher was preparing to attend the Federal Forum in Washington D.C. The program afforded attendees the opportunity to question many of the nations politicians and attend seminars and workshops. • Britt’s 4 Table Steak House offered a […]

Magistrate Court dispositions

The following dispositions were recently filed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate Court. According to the documents: —Amber Gibson, 25, pleaded no contest to the charges of fraudulent use of a debit card and theft of identity, obtaining identity by electronic fraud amended to attempted unauthorized use of debit card and attempted theft of identity, was […]

March 6, 1970

Dr. Harold K. Brasell, director of special education at Eastern New Mexico University, will attend a Western Interstate Commision on Higher Education conference on problems in special education March 9-11 in San Diego, Calif. Approximately 100 participants from both urban and rural areas of the WICHE region have been selected to attend. Participants will include […]

Air Force part of conference today

Freedom Newspapers Senior leaders of the incoming mission at Cannon Air Force Base plan to attend a conference at Cannon this week, according to Air Force Special Operations Command Public Affairs officials. The conference begins today and continues through Friday, officials said. Command senior leaders attend such conferences twice a year, according to Command spokesperson […]

Jack Williamson honored at 30th annual lectureship

By Tony Parra They came to discuss science-fiction and they also came to honor one of the genre’s most enduring masters, Jack Williamson, at the 30th annual Jack Williamson Lectureship at Eastern New Mexico University Thursday. Williamson, a Portales resident, who has been writing for 77 years, turns 98 in April. Friends and family said […]

Governor orders flags to half-staff Thursday in honor of Doc Stewart

Freedom Newspapers Gov. Bill Richardson ordered all state flags be flown at half-staff today through Thursday in honor of Clovis civic leader and devout Cannon Air Force Base supporter Ernest “Doc” Stewart. Stewart, 81, died Monday due to heart and pulmonary complications. A crowd of more than 1,000 is expected to attend Stewart’s memorial service […]

Feb. 5, 2006 Public Record

The following marriages were recently filed in the Roosevelt County Courthouse: • Raymundo Talsma, 42, and Robin May, 45, both of Portales. • Travis Brian Coburn, 38, and Raenell Ward, 45, both of Portales. • Javier Fuentes, 23, and Marisol Saenz, 27, both of Portales. • William Beattie, 26, and Veronica Dalton, 27, both of […]

Getting the most bang for your GI buck

Airman planning to use their Montgomery GI Bill can realize a 2,900 percent return on their initial investment. Janet Taylor-Birkey Planning makes school bill an investor’s financial delight There are few ways to gain a 2,900 percent return on an investment, but tapping into Montgomery GI Bill (MGIB) benefits may allow military personnel to see […]

Police blotters, public record

Police blotter The following is a sampling of calls taken by Portales police dispatchers in the last week. According to the reports: Dec. 29 • At 9:50 a.m. a caller reported a two-vehicle accident with no injuries at First Street and South Avenue C Dec. 30 • At 2:21 a.m. a Portales police officer began […]

Public Record, Police Blotter (Dec. 18)

Public Record The following dispositions were recently filed in magistrate court: Phillip Encinias, 25, pleaded no contest to aggravated driving while under the influence, concealing identity, resisting, evading or obstructing an officer, no insurance and open container and is ordered to serve a 365-day sentence (364 days suspended) and two years probation, attend the ASPEN […]

Nov. 27 Public Record, Police Blotter

Public Record The following marriage was recently filed in district court: Kalin Richard Amundson, 22, of Portales and Jamie Gonzalez, 23, of Mesilla. The following disposition was recently filed in district court: Audrea Cain, 33, pleaded guilty to fraud and is ordered to serve a three-year deferred sentence and three years probation and pay $105 […]

Honors, Club Notes (Nov. 13)

Honors ACREE Acree heads to National 4-H Congress Julia Acree, 17, of Portales has been selected to attend the National 4-H Congress Nov. 25-29 in Atlanta, Ga. She is one of 14 selected from New Mexico to attend. Acree, a member of the Arch 4-H Club, was selected in July based on work she did […]

Oct. 13 Local Briefs

Group to discuss preparedness The Roosevelt County Democratic Women will sponsor a luncheon for the Democratic Party at noon on Monday at the Territorial House. Chuck Haman will speak about Emergency Preparedness in Roosevelt County. Everyone is welcome to attend this dutch-treat luncheon. There will also be the classic Frank Capra film “Mr. Smith Goes […]