National Weather Service: severe weather potential today

The National Weather Service in Albuquerque said there is potential for severe weather in eastern New Mexico this evening. The primary threat is thunderstorms that could produce large hail, damaging winds in excess of 60 mph and areas of heavy rain capable of producing flash flooding, mainly along and east of a line from Colfax […]

March 15, 1971

Scores of persons enjoyed the waffle supper served in fellowship hall of Presbyterian Church Friday evening under the sponsorship of Mariners Club of the church. This is an orfanization of married couples with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davidson serving as skippers. Children of some members gave their time as waiters during the evening and with […]

March 9, 1971

There will be a wedding shower, honoring Miss Mary Pape and Delbert Varnell on Thursday evening at seven o’clock in the Recreation Room at the Nazarene Church, 823 W. University Drive. The couple’s engagement has been announced and their wedding date set for April 10. All their friends are invited to the shower Thursday evening.

ENMU leads way to cultural understanding

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Leading the way for the next generation was the foundation for the annual African-American Affairs banquet Wednesday evening at Eastern New Mexico University. Guest speaker Bryian K. Phillips Sr., pastor of the New Light Baptist Church in Farwell, encouraged the audience to prepare for the future. He also emphasized […]

Feb. 4, 1978

The Southside Church of Christ will hold a gospel meeting beginning February 5 and ending the 9th. Evangelist for the meeting will be Norman gipson of Lubbock, who has served congregations in Amarillo, Quitaque, and Grand Prairie. Gipson spent five years in New England and was the director of the Bear Valley School of Preaching […]

Police up patrols for Halloween

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Halloween night will see an influx of local law enforcement agencies out on patrol in Portales to ensure the safety of area trick-or-treaters, according to officials. Officers from the Adult Probation and Parole office in Portales will be out during the evening to ensure that children do not visit […]

Rummell wins Silver Rose crown

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By Tony Parra Young women walked down the runway flashing their smiles with evening gowns to the song “You’re Beautiful” by James Blunt and when everything was said and done it was Malia Rummell who the judges chose as Miss Eastern New Mexico University Silver Rose. “It was scary waiting for them to announce the […]

Day Trips: Ballet offers ‘Romantic Evening’

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Compiled by Mike Jimenez For couples in search of a romantic evening, why not drive to the Lone Star Ballet in Amarillo on Nov. 5 and see the San Diego Ballet perform its version of “A Romantic Evening.” The performance is a night of contemporary dance set to the sounds of Arthur Murray, Nat King […]

Day Trip: Pinatafest celebrates party tradition

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Compiled by Mike Jimenez: Freedom Newspapers Roswell is home to the Coyotes of Roswell High, the Rockets of Goddard High and UFO fanatics. It’s also home to the annual “Pinatafest.” The festival is set to be held Friday through Sept. 11. The event is sponsored by the Roswell Hispano Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with […]

April 27 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael The “too” cool weather and winds are keeping some of our irrigation farmers from planting peanuts and corn. They are ready for the weather and ground to warm up. Ambulance run The Causey ambulance was called on a run on Saturday evening to transport a young pregnant wife to the Morton Hospital. […]

Feb. 16 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Dora area residents are thankful for all the moisture that continues to come. It gives great hopes for the crops this yea and for pasture grass too. Banquet The Valentine Banquet Sunday evening at the Dora Baptist Church was well attended. The funds from those attending and other promised contributions will go […]

Clovis death investigated as homicide

By Mike Linn Police are investigating the death of an elderly Clovis woman as a homicide, and plan to charge a man today in connection with her death, officials said. Essie Thomas, 75, was found dead in the bathroom of her home at 716 Grand Ave. on Tuesday evening with injuries that led police to […]

Nov. 3 Dora/South County News

By Charlie Carmichael November arrived with chill and breeze this morning. The temperature dropped yesterday but stayed mild enough for trick or treaters to have their fun in the early evening. Yes, there are still a few treaters in the area, however some of the parents took their kids to town and some came to […]

Short night a time to elope

By Bob Huber There was a crucial moment preceding my half-century matrimonial partnership that made my future wife Marilyn shout, “You WHAT?” Her scary attitude resulted from something I mumbled in her ear about eloping and getting married. We were students at the time at the University of Colorado, a campus full of world class […]

Sept. 15 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions Birthdays: Tai Nall; Bruce Lee. Upcoming events • There will be no school Thursday for Parent/Teacher conferences • Floyd Back Porch Pickers will meet Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Community Building • 4-H will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the Community Building Commodities Commodities will be given out Friday […]

Aug. 18 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Transitions Birthdays Aug. 21-27: Sadie Chenualt, Martha McKinney, Bill Connelly, Bennie Taylor, Marcy Wilson, Wesley Gilmore, Barbie Rogers Dauer, Nell Craig, Jana Roberts, Sterlin Burney and Missy Holmes. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Greg Burris and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fine. Singing There will be a fifth Sunday singing at the Baptist Church […]

May 16 Elida School News

This has been an extremely busy week with senior tests and baacalaurate last Sunday evening. On Tuesday evening was the junior play with many people from the community turning out for the presentation. Good job juniors. Also Tuesday was the Kiwana Track Meet for elementary and the AR field trip. Graduation was Saturday and semester […]

Storm sweeps through Portales

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By Janet Bresenham A powerful storm swept through Roosevelt and Curry counties Wednesday evening, sounding tornado sirens and leaving power outages, road closures and damage from hail and wind in its wake. However, no injuries were reported in the area. Power was restored throughout Portales about 11:15 p.m., after being out for more than two […]