May 18 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael The Dora and Rogers areas were thankful for the half inch or so of moisture over the weekend. It sure was a blessing instead of dust and breezy weather. I don’t know if our dry land farmers will have enough to plant some on or they will need to wait. The wheat [...]

Health fair coming this weekend

By Tova Fruchtman Organizers and participants agree that Saturday’s Health and Wellness Fair is a much needed opportunity to explore the health-care options available in eastern New Mexico. With health tests, demonstrations, information from health- and wellness-oriented businesses and non-profit organizations, and safety information for the kids, the health fair has something for everyone, said [...]

Prosecutor’s office appoints county’s first victim’s advocate

By Kevin Wilson The 9th Judicial District Attorney’s office had to go to the state Legislature to receive funding for a victim’s advocate position in Roosevelt County. It only had to stay in the office to find the person to fill the position. Lory Adams, formerly an administrative assistant in the Roosevelt County’s 9th Judicial [...]

Nov. 21 Broad Horizons School News

Broad Horizons will host an open house on Tuesday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Anyone interested in viewing the school is invited to come by 1034 Community Way at this time. Teachers are sponsoring homemade refreshments for your enjoyment. Students will be dismissed for the Thanksgiving Holiday, but teachers will be on site working [...]

Oct. 17 Portales Junior High News

By Billie Dixon Parent/Teacher conferences Thursday and Friday found students taking their first quarter tests to wrap up the first grading period. Report cards will be available to parents during parent/teacher conferences Oct. 25. Teachers will be available for parents from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. Students may accompany their parents, but they do not [...]

Market not great for renters in area

By Eric Butler: PNT Correspondent When it comes to evaluating the current real estate market in eastern New Mexico, it all comes down to a matter of perspective — especially when the issue of rental houses comes up. Many searching for homes to rent are having difficulty. The realators, however, are living large. “It’s a [...]

April 21 Floyd News

Transitions Birthdays this week: Tommy Goff, Colin Chandler, Bertha Gregory, Jimmy Gordon. Upcoming Events • The Floyd High School Prom is this Saturday. Church News The Floyd Methodist Church has announced that their pastor, Mary Sue Hull, has been reappointed to the Elida/Floyd charge for the coming year. The church appreciates the support given from [...]