Portales—Eastern New Mexico University in Portales is canceling classes at 1 p.m. today (Wednesday), and no evening classes will be held.
Roosevelt County Cooperative Extension Service will once again will be offering a Breast Cancer Screening Clinic. Don and Sybil Harrington Cancer Center will do the screenings. The screening will be held in Portales, at the Roosevelt County Extension Office, 705 E. Lime from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on March 8. You should call 1-800-377-4673, […]
Jan. 29, 1962: Portales News-Tribune: Sunday morning at six o’clock, Karna Janetzke was taking a girl friend to catch an early bus, when they were startled to see in their car lights a doe standing in the middle of the street in front of Harding Hall (on the Eastern New Mexico University campus). Other sitings […]
Sharna Johnson Pay bills early, make donations, install new windows — With about two and a half weeks remaining to the end of the year, it’s the last chance for tax planning. Taxpayers can still do a number of things to help reduce their taxes before the window closes on 2010, according to tax preparers. […]
Freedom New Mexico DURANGO, Colo. — Defending NCAA Division II runnerup Fort Lewis College held Eastern New Mexico University scoreless for more than 11 minutes down the stretch in the first half on Saturday and the Skyhawks rolled to a season-opening 86-56 victory over the Zias. Junior forward Dana Schreibvogel led a balanced Skyhawks attack […]
Kevin Wilson Early voting has concluded, and just one voting day remains on the 2010 midterm elections. Polls open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, with voter choices ranging from the governor’s mansion and House of Representatives to the Roosevelt County Commission. Tuesday’s voters have the following options on the ballot: • House of […]
Freedom New Mexico Incarnate Word took the lead for good early in the first set and the Cardinals never trailed after that in beating Eastern New Mexico University 25-21, 25-22, 25-20 Saturday night at Greyhound Arena. UIW (8-10, 5-5 LSC) erased a 7-6 deficit with four consecutive points in the first game. ENMU (12-12, 4-6) […]
Freedom New Mexico Not every person of note whose death seems worthy of comment is entirely admirable, so it is especially pleasant to note the passing of somebody who offered the world beauty and artistry of an unparalleled nature. Joan Sutherland, who died Oct. 10 at 83 at her home in Switzerland, was such an […]
Argen Duncan The peanut harvest this year has brought in higher-than-normal yields and good-quality nuts, farmers and processors are saying. The recent lack of rain has also put the harvest on track to finish early. Roosevelt County farmer Craig Breshears estimated he was harvesting 10 percent to 15 percent more peanuts this year. He said […]
PNT staff Electrical problems on our press in Clovis will delay delivery of the Clovis News Journal and Portales News-Tribune on Thursday morning. Newspaper Publisher Ray Sullivan said the papers will be printed off site early Thursday morning. They should be delivered to customers by mid-morning on Thursday. The press problems will also mean early […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Website of the day Here’s a link to the form you must complete for absentee or early voting in the Curry County Nov. 2 general election: https://mylocalgov.com/currycountynm/WebDept.asp?key=21 Question of the day How did your favorite NFL team do this week? Kick off the discussion […]
Ruth Burns The Llano Estacado in the early days was a wonderful place for small boys. The grown-ups were busy with their chores and didn’t have a lot of time to spend worrying about the young’uns. Consequently, little boys could spend their time exploring, chasing rabbits, following the cowboys and very often, getting into mischief. […]
Preschool begins Patty Mohon, early childhood teacher, and her assistant, Elaine Schneider, are ready for a great year for their preschool classes. The Monday/Wednesday group started Monday; and today is the first day for the Tuesday/Thursday group.
Argen Duncan The first day of classes at Eastern New Mexico University on Wednesday was also the first day of a new program that takes students from their early general education requirements to their bachelor of science degree in nursing. “Freshman 2 BSN” is starting this semester with a federal grant and, thus far, eight […]
Today Sunday May 30, 2010 the New Mexico 2010 Boys State has officially kicked off in Portales New Mexico, at Eastern New Mexico University. All the busses and vehicles arrived early this morning from across the state of New Mexico.
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico There’s not an exceptionally large turnout, but officials are pleased with the participation they’ve seen leading up to Tuesday’s primary. “It doesn’t seem to me like it’s that drastically off for a gubernatorial primary,” Curry County Clerk Coni Jo Lyman said. “There are significant numbers, I’m not disappointed.” Saturday […]
PNT staff Roosevelt County Clerk Janet Collins will conduct poll worker training today and Thursday in the county courthouse courtroom. The public is allowed to observe. Also, early voting ends at 6 p.m. Saturday. Voters may cast ballots from noon to 8 p.m. at the Portales Public Library or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at […]