Memorial Day a time to reflect

By Joan Clayton My memories bring blessings on Memorial Day. My great-grandparents left me a legacy filled with love, faith and fortitude. As a child, I remember them coming down the antique stairs on their golden wedding day. She and Grandpa Lowe renewed their vows, and I wondered why they wanted to get married again. […]

House committee considers Ute water legislation

By Gabriel Monte, Freedom New Mexico Rep. Tom Udall said while he remains positive Congress will pass a bill authorizing the Ute Water Project, he has concerns the president might veto it. The bill would authorize federal funding for a $476 million water project proposing to bring water from Ute Lake reservoir to communities in […]

Local briefs April 20

PNT Staff Report Kindergarten registration Brown Early Childhood Center will hold early registration for kindergarten from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in the foyer of the main building. Parents should bring the child’s immunization record and birth certificate. Information: 356-7075 Art guild to meet La Escalera Art Guild will meet at […]

Curry County jail officer arrested

By Rick White: Freedom New Mexico A Curry County jail officer arrested Tuesday and charged with smuggling marijuana into the jail said he was blackmailed by inmates. Clovis’ Carsten Douglas, 23, said an inmate stole his handcuff keys. In exchange for not telling authorities about the incident, the inmate asked the detention officer to bring […]

Dec. 7, 1953

• The Eastern New Mexico University Greyhound football team had 36 members vying for positions on a team bound for Mexico City to play in the Aztec Bowl Dec. 19. Cold weather was making the workouts difficult. • An ad for Cozy Corner Cafe was touting their steaks and advertised coffee for a nickel. • […]

11-30 Local Briefs

Homemakers set luncheon The Causey Homemakers will have their community Christmas luncheon at 1 p.m. Sunday. The club will furnish ham, turkey, dressing and bread, everyone attending is asked to bring vegetables, salads and desserts. Information: Marilyn Gardner, 276-8440

Zia soccer offers youth clinic

PNT Staff Report The ENMU women’s soccer team is offering a free youth clinic for boys and girls ages 5-12 from 6-7:30 p.m. Saturday at the ENMU soccer practice field. The cost is free. Participants should bring water, a soccer ball and shin guards. Information: www.enmusports.com.

Portales prepares for anticipated storm

PNT Staff Report A strong winter storm was creeping toward New Mexico Thursday and is expected to bring heavy snow and cold temperatures to the eastern New Mexico area through the weekend. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning from noon today and last through 5 p.m. Saturday for Roosevelt and Curry counties. […]

Letters to Santa Claus

Editor’s Note: More letters to Santa Claus will be featured next week. Letters are not edited. Sent in to the News-Tribune Dear Santa, My name is Cree Barber. I am 3 years old. I would like a gumball machine and a new robot. Please bring my mommy a teddy bear and my daddy tools. My […]

Garcia brought out best in everyone

Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Edward Garcia demonstrated compassion by the way he respected the lives of others. He honored their integrity and sought to bring out the best when even the darkest times presented themselves in full. According to family members, he was a man with an open heart to love. Edward Garcia died Oct. […]