Clovis housing agency receives grant

Freedom New Mexico Clovis Housing and Redevelopment Agency, Inc. has been awarded $41,632 through a grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, according to a release from Sen. Jeff Bingaman, D-N.M. The agency is one of seven state agencies that received a total of $524,949 in grant monies. Funding was awarded under [...]

Reader-submitted content: High school seniors awarded scholarships

Nancy Gentry Roosevelt County Rural Telephone Cooperative recently selected scholarship winners. Fourteen high school seniors will receive a $500 Education Foundation Scholarship. These scholarships are for one year, subject to confirmation that the requirements of grade point average and enrollment as a full-time student have been met. They are available to members living within RCRTC [...]

Jury awards Clovis man $1.9 million in BNSF lawsuit

Freedom New Mexico A Texas jury found BNSF Railway negligent Friday and awarded $1.9 million to a Clovis man for back injuries sustained working for the company. James Phillips’ award came following a four-week trial held in Fort Worth, Texas, in which the 30-year railroad employee made a case that degenerative disc disease in his [...]

Nobel Prize goes to deserving recipient

Freedom New Mexico The Nobel Prize for Literature has of late been awarded all too often to obscure novelists whose purported resistance to authority and mere fashion consisted of embracing a safe and fashionable brand of academically approved leftism combined with a modest talent. In the process, what Washington Post literary critic Marie Arana called [...]

Jan. 4, 1959

According to the Portales News-Tribune, James Young of Portales is one of six students in the school of engineering to be awarded a Physical Science Laboratory Scholarship at New Mexico State University.

Jan. 3, 1957

According to the Portales Daily Tribune, Eastern New Mexico University will present its University Choir in a three-day tour of New Mexico and Texas beginning Monday. The choir, under the direction of Frank N. Summerside, will present concerts for high school students in Texico, Hobbs, Jal, Tatum and Eunice in New Mexico and Kermit, Morton [...]

Jan. 1, 1953

According to the Portales Tribune, a local contracting firm has been awarded $25,000 in contracts for construction work at the Clovis Air Base with work scheduled to start in the near future. The contracts were awarded to Ison and McCrary of Portales for work in remodeling buildings in the hospital area of the Clovis base.

Nobel prize justly awarded to pioneers

Freedom New Mexico With all the hoopla over the fellow who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, the prize in Economic Science for 2009 has received less attention than usual. The recipients, Elinor Ostrom of the University of Indiana and Oliver Williamson of the University of California-Berkeley, did pioneering and practical work in understanding how [...]

May 3 Athletic Awards

Brown Bethany College has awarded Heidi Brown of Portales a President’s Scholarship and a performance award in track and field for the 2009-2010 academic year. Brown is the daughter of Harold and Colleen Edwards. She currently attends Portales High School. At Bethany, she plans to study speech therapy. The President’s Scholarship, a $6,000 annual grant, [...]

April 3, 1945

The Portales High School band, directed by Vernon Allen, was awarded a distinguished service citation by the Music War Council of America in recognition of its “patriotic and inspiring use of music to aid the national war effort,” according to the Portales Daily News.