Beta Phi Seven Beta Phi members and one guest attended the club’s regular meeting March 5 at Collene Baldwin’s house with Laura Loflin and Collene as hostesses. In attendance were Collene Baldwin, Dottie Good, Sandy Heath, Laura Loflin, Rita London, Patsy Lorenz, Bev Miller and Suzy Moore.
ENMU News release Ted Goebel, a professor at Texas A&M University, will lecture on the Ice Age origins of the first Americans at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24 in the Jack Williamson Liberal Arts Building during the 13th Annual Cynthia Irwin-Williams Lecture Series/Conference at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales. Goebel’s area of research […]
By Carolyn Tollett: Guest columnist Column mug in Rick’s e-mail
Alisa Boswell Longtime Portales resident Marshall Stinnett received back-to-back honors Tuesday afternoon at the Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Luncheon at Vines Italian Restaurant. Chamber of Commerce Director Karl Terry presented him with an award for his years of dedicated service to the Portales Military Affairs Committee. Immediately following, guest speaker Col. Albert “Buck” […]
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Tradition took center stage in graduation ceremonies Saturday at Eastern New Mexico University. More than 360 students receiving degrees heard guest speaker and former ENMU President Robert Matheny explain how families are beginning to establish traditions of higher education at the university. “Many of these students have come from […]
Tuesday Wind Symphony/Guest High School Ensemble — 7 p.m. Campus Union Building Ballroom. ENMU Concert Band clinic. Thursday Food bank delivery — 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Memorial Building, Sevent and Abilene streets. Food Bank of Eastern New Mexico is delivering commodities. Bring your own bag to carry the food. Friday Jack Williamson Lectureship — […]
PNT Staff Report Spring Break begins March 30 Spring break for the Portales campus is March 30-April 3. While there will be no classes during this week, university offices are open and business will be conducted as usual. Club sponsoring guest speaker The ENMU Fish and Wildlife Club is sponsoring guest speaker Tim Mitchusson, New […]
By Steve Terrell: The Santa Fe New Mexican You have a lame-duck governor who was supposed to be leaving but then announced an abrupt change of plans, and an ambitious lieutenant governor, who was supposed to take the reigns but now has to be content presiding over the Senate. You have a leadership struggle brewing […]
Debaters place as quarterfinalists The Eastern New Mexico University Debate Team placed as quarterfinalists at a tournament at the University of Central Oklahoma last weekend.Senior communication major Christopher Kelley and junior criminal justice major Helle Hatten won debates against teams from the University of Miami, the University of Oklahoma, and Kansas City Kansas Community College. […]
PNT Staff Reports Flute player to perform Eastern New Mexico University in Portales will host guest flutist Chih-Hsien Chien for a master class and performance. Chien’s master class will be held from 2-4 p.m. today in the Zia Room of the Campus Union Building. Chien’s solo recital featuring Dr. Lindsey Beasley will be held at […]
Mrs. Walker Hubbard, matron of a local children’s home, was the guest speaker at the Women’s Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church meeting, stressing the value a “women has in preparing her children to meet the problems of the world in the future.”
• Col. Thomas G Runge, Commander 27th Operating Group at Cannon Air Force Base, was the guest speaker at the 75th Veteran’s Day celebration, sponsored by American Legion Post #31 and the American Legion Auxiliary. • Texas native Daniel H Carmines IV was named the new circulation manager for the Portales News Tribune, replacing Lee Watson, […]
• Local artist Vernon Acker was chosen to be the featured guest artist for the Fine Arts Show at the Tri-State Fair in Amarillo. • Jimmy Terral, of Causey, showed the grand champion hog during the Roosevelt County Fair. • A 3-pound can of Crisco was 89 cents at G&G Food Market.
By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Celebrating the heritage left by Martin Luther King Jr., area residents gathered Monday at the Memorial Building to continue living the dream that has been passed on through the generations. Sponsored by the Portales Cultural Affairs Committee, festivities included a puppet show, guest speakers and musical performances by Andy […]
By Helena Rodriquez Si se puede! “Yes, we can!” “Yes, it can be done!” However you translate these three words, this was the chant that led many Latinos to take to the streets and the fields in the 1960s and 1970s to demand better working conditions for farm workers and civil rights for all. Recently […]
By Kevin Wilson: PNT Managing Editor Frank Pena said that when he returned from the Vietnam War in 1970, he had an extensive network of family and friends that supported him and showed him appreciation. Others weren’t as lucky as Pena, and the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post is taking this week to show […]