Security forces deals with rash of mutilated ID cards

27th Security Forces Squadron Have you ever wondered why the Security Forces Squadron require you to take your military identification (ID) out of your wallet when you enter the installation? Security forces entry controllers are ensuring every member entering the installation possesses a current and valid identification card. By taking physical control of the ID, […]

Oct. 17 Faith Triumphant News

Football Saturday at Conqueror Field vs. San Jon, 2 p.m.; Oct. 29 at Conqueror Field vs. Midland Trinity, noon; Nov. 6th at Conqueror Field vs. Holy Cross, noon.   Film class The film class is currently working on their documentary on Roosevelt County. Please call the office if you might have any information pertaining to […]

May 9 Portales Junior High News

Recognition Assemblies Both the academic and athletic awards assembly will be May 26 at 1 p.m. in the old gym.  The promotion from eighth grade to high school will be May 27, at 5:30 p.m. in Greyhound Arena. The early hour will allow families who have seniors participating in the prom to attend both events. […]

PFD seeks credit, donated fire truck

Tony Parra The Portales Fire Department and county commission meeting dates are some of the top topics in today’s city hall and Roosevelt County committee meetings. Resolution 03-04-15, superseding resolution 01-02-19 will be presented during the city hall council meeting. The resolution is for authorizing five additional credit cards for the Portales Fire Department’s use. […]

Council declines credit card for official

Mike Linn Citing the state’s stringent rules regarding charge cards for city officials, the Portales City Council opted to decline the city manager a credit card at Tuesday night’s meeting. City Attorney Steven Doerr suggested City Manager Gerald Depo work on the reimbursement system for expenses tallied on business trips, which the council — and […]

Portales Junior High News, May 23

By Billie Dixon Report cards Students and parents may pick up student report cards beginning June 2 at the junior high school office. All lunch fees, book charges and library fines must be paid before report cards are released. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to noon […]