Argen Duncan Defendant DeAngelo Montoya repeatedly denied entering the victim’s home and yard and stealing items before admitting to the acts during an interview soon after the shooting, a district attorney’s office investigator said. The testimony came Thursday during the third day of Montoya’s trial. The 13-year-old is charged with first-degree murder, aggravated burglary, two […]
By 27th Special Operations Wing Public Affairs Beginning Nov. 1, everybody who has an identification card to allow them access to the base will have to be registered in the Defense Biometrics Identification System to gain entrance. Anyone who is not registered on that date will be directed to the Visitor Control Center for registration, […]
By 27th SOW Public Affairs The 27th Special Operations Security Forces Squadron will establish an entry control point into Chavez West housing starting on June 1. A 100 percent identification check will be conducted. Delays entering the housing area during peak hours can be expected. This measure is designed to enhance the safety for military […]
By Sheryl Borden: Creative living Information on women re-entering the workforce, collar applications and making quick and nutritious dips will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Lance Heft, a businessman, author and entrepreneur, has written a book titled “Your Turn to Win.” Heft will talk about tips […]
By Argen Duncan: Cannon Connections Balancing many responsibilities, immature classmates, a lack of structure. All these challenges, and maybe more, face military personnel and their spouses entering college after or during their time of service. However, both Eastern New Mexico University and Clovis Community College offer help for dealing with these situations. Eastern New Mexico […]
PHS Counseling Staff will visit Portales Junior High School Friday, May 1, to begin the enrollment process for 8th grade students entering Portales High School for the 2009 – 2010 school year.
The following dispositions was filed recently in Roosevelt County 9th Judicial District Court. According to the report: • Luis Quezada, 24, pleaded no contest to the charge of breaking and entering. Court proceedings were suspended by the judge, and Quezada was placed on probation for one year.