Frost Kerry Maries Jackson of McKinney, Texas, and Michael Alan Frost of McKinney were married Sept. 24, 2011, in South Padre Island, Texas. The bride is the daughter of Donald and Brenda Jackson of Township, Ohio. She is the granddaughter of Annetta Tolley of Canton, Ohio. The groom is the son of David and Kathy [...]
Wendel Sloan While recently cruising Dallas projects for Christmas presents, I saw a handwritten Goodwill sign: “1/2 Off Sale!” Although Salvation Army stores are more within my budget, I figured that the sale might allow me to splurge. After entering past burglar bars, I fought my way through Texas politicians’ worst nightmares grabbing mariachi cassettes, [...]
Chad Rupe of Clovis, a motorcycle rider injured in a crash at Second Street and Chicago Avenue on Feb. 26 has been taken to Dallas for further medical treatment, Portales Police Deputy Chief Lonnie Berry said. He said police expect to give Rupe “some sort of citation” after his physical condition improves.
More obituary snippets from the Dallas Morning News: • An 84-year-old couple and an 86-year-old couple each died one day apart. The latter married in their native Mexico in 1950 and had “a life filled of true love” • A 73-year-old man, one of 11 children, worked “repairing barges and musseling.” • A 91-year-old woman, [...]
By medical design, I recently spent a few hours in Dallas unconscious. The experience made me wonder if my obliviousness might be a preview of the final curtain. Of course, many believe in an afterlife, although the reviews are still out. In the foggy days after, I read the Dallas Morning News religiously, becoming intrigued [...]
Rawdon Laura Kathryn Ingle and John Gaylan Raymond Rawdon were joined in marriage at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 29, 2010, in Taos. The Rev. Richard Mohr performed the ceremony at Saint James Episcopal Church. The bride is the daughter of Bruce and Kathryn Mays of Coppell, Texas, and Sen. Stuart Ingle of Portales. She [...]
June 11, 1910: A woman accused of kidnapping a child in Dallas was arrested when she got off the train in Portales. The Roosevelt County Herald identified her as a “Mrs. Anderson,” but reported she had multiple aliases.
By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer A new artists-in-residence program kicks off in Portales next week. Ryder Richards and Sue Anne Rische, a married couple and visual artists working and teaching in Dallas, are set to spend Sunday through May 29 living and creating art in Portales. After a public reception and artists’ talk, their [...]