Sharna Johnson No turkey for me. No green beans with chunks of ham. No brown gravy. No bacon-garnished this or that. But I’m fine with your fridge full of leftover bird. Really. And I don’t begrudge you the leftover ham sandwiches you’ll be eating next week either. Now before you glance at the bacon on […]
Nov. 11, 1948: The Portales Daily News: News from Lingo: This community had a killing freeze Friday night that finished killing all the green crops. The farmers were busy harvesting the rest of their crops.
After announcing my candidacy last week as a presidential write-in candidate on the Green Tea Party ticket, today I’m unveiling our trick-or-treat platform. “Green Tea Party’s I-Am-Not-a-Witch Covenant with America” We won’t criticize their platform — if they don’t criticize our platform shoes. If they don’t mention our college hijinks, we won’t mention their weekly […]
Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico is going green with several new projects planned in Clovis and Portales to take advantage or solar and wind energy. Eastern New Mexico has been identified as one of the richest areas for green energy in the U.S., according to Frank Barbera of Tres Amigas, LLC in Santa Fe. Barbera […]
Sheryl Borden Information on grapefruit for breakfast, making a double green shopping bag and fabric tinting with crayons will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Eleisha Ensign is the executive director of TexaSweet Citrus Marketing Inc., and she will demonstrate two easy, healthy breakfast options with grapefruit […]
Don McAlavy Only a blue sky and a blue-green sea — that was New Mexico when its story first began. Only a blue sky with white clouds moving. Only a blue-green sea with lapping waves. We do not know how long nor why a sea was here once upon a time in the long, long […]
By Connie Moyers: Roosevelt County Extension Home Economist The Roosevelt County Fair will be held Aug. 23-28. Now is the time to decide what to enter and finish up your projects. Fair books should be out next week. Stop by the county extension office to pick one up. In the Home Arts division of the […]
Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Friday briefing. Did you know? In the 2000 census, Portales was reported to have 11,131 people. Of the population 15 years old and older, 50.9 percent were married. Among people age 25 and older, 74 percent had a high school diploma or higher education. Source: U.S. Census […]