PHS volleyball back home this week

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Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer The Portales volleyball team has had to deal with two unfamiliar things for the last week — not playing, and being at home. A 10-day break in District 4-3A play will conclude Saturday when Portales (15-3, 2-0 district) heads down to Ruidoso. Portales would clinch the top spot in the […]

March 23 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Church news The Dora Church of Christ are having a Ladies Night out in their Fellowship Hall on April 8 at 6:30 p.m. VBS Both churches are planning on summer vacation bible schools but there are no definite plans at this time. I will keep you updated on events. Vacation time There […]

March 20 Dora School News

Because of the snow, Dora students missed school on Tuesday. With the day off, the children created snowmen and snow angels, and some had snowball fights. On Wednesday, there was a short day because of a two-hour delay. Things went as scheduled for the rest of the week. Birthdays Elementary: March 16, Micah Massey; 17, […]

Students share their spring break stories

Abby Dunn Eastern New Mexico University students filed back on campus this weekend after a week off for spring break. Here are a couple of their adventures: Kenna Stevens, senior, Albuquerque “I went on a road trip with some of my girls to Los Angeles. We went to Disneyland, and we were standing in the […]

Lady Rams prep for Dexter tourney

Freedom Newspapers Spring break ends early for the Portales High softball team, as it resumes playThursday in the Dexter Tournament. Portales (2-2) plays against District 4-3A rival Ruidoso in an 8 a.m. game, one of three the Lady Rams will have during the weekend when most students are enjoying their mid-semester break. “There really isn’t […]

ENMU community has varied Thanksgiving plans

By Tony Parra The Thanksgiving break means time with family and friends, but for some members of the Eastern New Mexico University family, one of the elements will be missing for this year’s Thanksgiving break. ENMU had 138 incoming first-year college students from the Clovis/Portales area and for them and the upperclassmen from the area. […]

Student Advisory Council seeks longer Thanksgiving break

Tony Parra The Eastern New Mexico University President’s Student Advisory Council will hold its second meeting of the semester, today at noon, to discuss topics concerning ENMU organizations and students. One of the topics of concern is the absence of a break in between the beginning of the semester and Thanksgiving break. The Associated Students […]