Volunteer firemen always on call

By Tonya Garner: Freedom Newspapers The 9-1-1 report said the caller was “bleeding profusely.” Texico Volunteer Fire Department Chief Lewis Cooper said he and fellow firefighters rushed to the scene expecting the worst. “We got there and found a woman who had a bloody finger,” he said, laughing, “she had hit it on something and […]

County commissioners look to trim budgett numbers

By Tony Parra The Roosevelt County commissioners’ first budget hearing brought about the news that commissioners must try to find a way to cut $1.4 million from the requested amount to balance the budget. The hearing on Tuesday was the first step in putting together a budget for the fiscal year which runs from July […]

Dec. 29 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael So far as I know the crops are all in and the farmers can start plans for another year farming, ranching and watching the winter wheat grow as the cattle fatten up grazing on it. Community shocked The Causey Community was shocked to learn of the sudden death of Hank Merrick a […]

Council bringing new equipment for courts, other departments

By Tony Parra City councilors approved the ratification of agreements for the installation of equipment for video arraignment at the Municipal court on Tuesday at the city council meeting. The first agreement is with Qwest providing video arraignment equipment. The city of Portales and the Administrative Office of the Courts agreed that the cost will […]