Purchasing training set for Monday

Freedom New Mexico A cooperative educational services meeting will be held 8 a.m. Monday at the Clovis High School cafeteria. The meeting will focus on building bids, including construction, electrical, and plumbing. The city’s purchasing department will be available at the conclusion of the meeting to help local companies learn about the process. For more […]

May 23, 1979

The Floyd FFA chapter held its annual banquet in the school gym rather than the cafeteria, where it had been held before.

May 19, 1942

The Portales Daily News hosted a cooking school that was one of the largest, most-attended schools of its kind held in Portales history. Products from the Portales area were used for most of the ingredients.

Wheatland school reunion to be held

PNT Staff Report The Wheatland School Reunion is set for 8 a.m. May 23 in the Grady Senior Citizens Building. Attendees should bring a covered dish for lunch. Donations are to be taken to cover rent of the building. People are asked to pass the information to friends and family who would want to come. […]

April 11, 1946

The Roosevelt County Sportsman’s Club and Rifle Association held a meeting in the District Courtroom

Man arrested on felony charges in Missouri

CNJ staff A 40-year-old man is being held at the Curry County Adult Detention Center after being arrested by sheriff’s deputies Wednesday on federal warrants for felonies in Missouri. Jerry D. Klinker is being held on a $300,000 bond, charged with raping a child and receiving stolen property, according to a press release from the […]

Hunter education classes start Friday

The first of two hunter education classes starts Friday in Clovis. The classes are conducted by the New Mexico Game and Fish Department and are held at Patriot Outdoors, 1250 County Road 16. Each class consists of three-day sessions and completion is required for anyone under 18 who wants to purchase a state hunting license. […]

Hounds lose overtime thriller to Mustangs

Freedom New Mexico Guard Nolan Richardson hit back-to-back baskets in overtime to give Midwestern State the lead for good and the Mustangs held off Eastern New Mexico 94-90 in a Lone Star Conference South Division men’s game Saturday night at Greyhound Arena. Richardson, the LSC’s leading scorer and the grandson of former Tulsa and Arkansas […]

Clovis man charged in woman’s slaying

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By Sharna Johnson: CNJ staff writer Police say a 24-year-old man was high on meth and looking for his ex-girlfriend when he robbed, bludgeoned and cut the throat of 54-year-old Elizabeth McAdams in her home Dec. 20. Aaron M. Quinones of Clovis was charged with an open count of murder, arson, robbery and tampering with […]

Clovis homicide suspect in custody

Freedom New Mexico Clovis police today said they now have a suspect in custody for the killing of 54-year-old Elizabeth McAdams at her Lea Street home. Capt. Patrick Whitney said the man is being held by police on unrelated warrants and has not been charged with the homicide. “We believe we have the suspect, we’re […]

Jan 2, 1951

There would be no more parking on the Roosevelt County Courthouse lawn, according to a decision by the new county commissioners in their first meeting of the year. The commissioners said they noticed bare ground around the courthouse, and declared that no more public meetings could be held on the lawn.

Dec. 10, 1970

Various Portales merchants held a “treasure hunt” in which free gifts were given out to customers at different stores. The gifts had numbers corresponding to those printed in the Portales News-Tribune.

Dec. 1, 1941

Funeral services were held for Emma Wollard, wife of the late pioneer physician Dr.

Local Brief Nov. 6

A blood drive will be held from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Friday in the donor bus at Portales Public Library. Appointments can be made by calling 356-3940.

Nov. 7, 1946

One hundred thirty workers held a breakfast, then set out around town to raise Portales’ Community Chest budget, which had dropped dramatically from the year before from $12,000 to $3,850.

Oct. 25, 1954

A meeting of the Portales chapter of American Association of University Women held at the ENMU student union building

Dora School News Oct. 19

Fun night set Family fun night will be held Satruday.

ENMU set to go nuts

By Thomas Garcia: PNT Staff Writer The 35th annual Peanut Valley Festival will be held this weekend at the Campus Union Building at Eastern New Mexico University. Event organizers hope the good weather forecast for the weekend to draw a large turnout for this year’s festival. There will be 65 vendors selling arts and crafts, […]

Local Brief Sept. 28

Hunter education classes offered Hunter education classes will be offered Oct. 10-12 at the Jake Lopez Community Center in Portales. Registration will be held 6-8 p.m. Friday at the Jake Lopez Community Center. Cost is $5. Participants must bring a copy of their birth certificate or their Social Security card. Participants age 11 or younger […]

ENMU student discusses Islam

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By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer Eastern New Mexico University sophomore Rabiah Memon held a presentation Thursday at the school that focused on debunking the myths and misunderstanding of Islam. Memon told the crowd of about 60 students and residents that as a Muslim she is often asked how she felt about the terrorism attacks […]