Portales past: Dec. 26, 1956

Dec. 26, 1956: The Portales Daily News (By the Way column): People here seemed to stick pretty close to the dining table or the couch in the parlor (today). There were few to be seen on the streets, and the business district was vacant except for the bus depot as Wayne Orendorff stayed with his […]

Press release: ENMU dining hall to have planned power outage on Sunday

PORTALES–Due to a planned power outage, the Eastern New Mexico University dining hall, the Cross Roads Caf

Community leaders tour Cannon

USAF photo: Senior Airman Evelyn Chavez Curry and Roosevelt counties’ civic leaders look at an AC-130H Spectre Gunship during a tour at Cannon Air Force Base. The event included a briefing from the wing commander, Col. Stephen Clark, a tour of key base buildings, lunch at the Pecos Trail dining facility, static aircraft displays, and […]

New dining facility opens

27th SOW Public Affairs New dining facility opens — The new dining facility will officially open today with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11 a.m. The post office and official mail center will move to the new dining facility at this time as well.a Hours of operation for the post office are 8 a.m. to 4:30 […]

Group reaches out with holiday dinners

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By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer People made their way over to the Memorial Building on Thursday for the Community Thanksgiving Dinner. They had their choice of dining in or getting a meal to go. Portales Community Outreach organizer Elvia Garcia said 18 volunteers were making deliveries, with each carrying no less than 10 meals […]

Review shows area government officials’ spending

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By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Curry County Manager Lance Pyle has spent more than $1,700 dining at local restaurants, while Portales City Manager Debi Lee’s travels make up the bulk of $6,178 in expenses she racked up in the past 11 months. A Freedom New Mexico review of six area government leaders showed their […]

Official: Air conditioner started fire

PNT Staff Report Portales firefighters were called to Heartland Continuing Care about 8:10 p.m. Thursday because of a small fire in an air conditioner in the south dining hall. Heartland staff members moved the residents to the west wing of the building until they were cleared to return, said Portales Fire Department Battalion Chief Lance […]

Airman center making progress

Courtesy photo The Dining Hall-Airman Center is expected to be ready for furnishing by the end of the year, according to Cannon officials. By Gabriel Monte: Cannon Connections Cannon officials are consolidating dining, recreation and services venues in one 28,000-square-foot building in anticipation of more airmen coming to Cannon Air Force Base. Informally called the […]

Airman center under construction at Cannon

By Gabriel Monte, Freedom New Mexico Cannon officials are consolidating dining, recreation and services venues in one 28,000-square-foot building in anticipation of more airmen coming to Cannon Air Force Base. Tentatively called the Dining Hall-Airman Center, the $9.9 million facility will be ready for furnishing by the end of the year, according to Staff Sgt. […]

New dining room now open at The Landing

By Yolanda Romero The new permanent dining room at The Landing opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday. The former Merge Room was remodeled by the 27th Civil Engineer Squdron’s Top 27 Work Order Team. The team also recently completed a renovation to the Tumbleweed Lounge including a complete new front and back bar. “This […]