Wednesday morning briefing: A dedication, sharing history and seaweed ice cream

Good morning and welcome to the Wednesday briefing. Dedication set Ready for the unveiling? The Clovis Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commission, in partnership with the Clovis Curry County Chamber of Commerce will unveil a Coretta Scott King Memorial Bronze Plaque 11 a.m. Friday at Potter Park,. It’s open to the public. Sharing Brenda Crocker […]

Sunday snow storm drops 1/2 inch of snow on area

Tonjia Rolan A winter snow storm swept through the area Sunday, dropping 1/2 inch of snow, sleet and ice on Clovis and Portales, according to the National Weather Service in Albuquerque. Muleshoe received 3 inches of snow, delaying school buses Monday by two hours. City officials from Clovis and Muleshoe said the snow caused a […]

Honors — Dec. 4

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Ice The Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program of New Mexico’s Aging and Long Term Services Department congratulates Certified Ombudsman Volunteer Fern Ice of Clovis as the recipient of this year’s Gerald F. McBride Commitment to Excellence Award. [image #1, align=left, size=medium] Ice has served as a volunteer Ombudsman for more than 10 years, advocating for the […]

Food at the speed of life: Ice cream pie made to be shared

OK, this ice cream pie isn’t especially healthy, but it looks unique and very tasty. It’s also supposed to take only 15 minutes to make, plus time freezing unattended. I recommend finding someone to share the pie with and not making it too often. Again, the recipe is from www.tasteofhome.com and reprinted with permission. From […]

Ice cream pie good to share

OK, this ice cream pie isn’t especially healthy, but it looks unique and very tasty. It’s also supposed to take only 15 minutes to make, plus time freezing unattended. I recommend finding someone to share the pie with and not making it too often. Again, the recipe is from www.tasteofhome.com and reprinted with permission. From […]

Day trip: Bandera Center and Ice Cave

Bandera Center and Ice Cave • Location: 12000 Ice Caves Rd, Grants • What activities can you enjoy at this location: Situated on the Continental Divide, visitors can walk over an ancient lava trail to the ice cave. There, the natural layers of ice glisten blue-green in the reflected rays of sunlight. Another trail winds […]

Portales past: Feb. 9, 1955

Feb. 9, 1955: The Portales Daily News: An appeal to Portales businessmen to save a section of the ice-age fossil deposits in Blackwater Draw from impending destruction was made by an archaeologist.

Military mama: Raising twins twice reward

This time last year I was waddling my way to a prenatal appointment, trying not to slip on the ice. On the way out the door I had my mom snap a photo of me in all my glorious belly bliss. These will be treasured snapshots because: a) I had makeup on, and b) at […]

My turn: Winter means ice fishing

It is officially winter, so that means ice fishing. Some people might say ice fishing in New Mexico, really? Actually, there are three state lakes in the northern part of the state where temperatures can get cold enough to freeze lakes. Dan Williams, public information officer for the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, […]

We could all use comfort in our lives

Twas the day before Christmas and boy was it cold I broke ice on the tanks and scattered feed on the snow The cattle all came to the pickup’s horn and grabbed the feed in great hungry bites Then down from the trees flew a bunch of little birds They joined the cows and I […]

Ice-cold Hounds thumped by Northeastern State

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Dave Wagner Sometimes teams play like they practice; sometimes not. For Eastern New Mexico University’s men on Saturday, a good week of practice didn’t lead to the desired result in the game. The Greyhounds struggled to shoot 30 percent from the floor, were outrebounded 44-34 and absorbed a 79-57 Lone Star Conference men’s crossover shellacking […]

Tuesday morning briefing: Volleyball, questions about ice cream and the mess at 21st

Good morning.

My turn: Serious anglers find ways to fish

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Clarence Plank Avid anglers go through some serious effort when it comes to catching that prize-winning fish for their next meal. Portales Senior Center Director Dawn Kryder is one serious angler. When Kryder went to Oasis State Park in February, she found the pond covered with more than an inch of ice except for a […]

Fishing report

This fishing report, provided by Department of Game and Fish area offices in Albuquerque, Raton, Roswell and Las Cruces, has been generated from the best information available from officers and anglers. Conditions may vary, however, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Northeast Cimarron River: Below Clear Creek there are some […]

New Mexico fishing report — March 18

This fishing report, provided by Department of Game and Fish area offices in Albuquerque, Raton, Roswell and Las Cruces, has been generated from the best information available from officers and anglers. Conditions may vary, however, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. Northwest area Abiquiu Lake: No reports from anglers this […]

Ice cream shop opens

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PNT staff report Green tea ice cream? Yes. Portales chef Victor Castillo and his wife, Rosalinda, have opened a new ice cream shop, The Skoop, that features 16 flavors of ice cream, malts, sundaes, Italian soda, candy, pickles and more. They are showcasing their green tea and coffee ice cream flavors. “We’re going to be […]

Oct. 8, 1978

In the Portales News-Tribune, Poppa Pat’s Steakhouse advertised their dinner steak for $3.45. This price included homemade soup and salad, a baked potato or wide fries, and a loaf of sourdough bread. Customers could also top off their meal with homemade ice cream and cookies.

Oct. 22, 1964

A 400-count Kleenex box cost only 19 cents while a half gallon of ice cream was priced at 59 cents at Owen’s Food Store.

Editorial: Polar bear listing threatens economic development

As we feared, the government has decided that polar bears are at risk because of melting arctic ice. Radical environmentalists are elated because they insist ice is melting from global warming. What’s certain to follow is a flurry of lawsuits to stop everything from oil exploration to building projects anywhere in the country because they […]

Pursuit to land “Suit” complete

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico In Ray Bradbury’s “The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit,” six men see something they want and find a way to get it. It’s a similar situation for Clovis Community College. Its cultural arts program wanted the show, and landed it for 7 p.m. Friday. Marshall Auditorium hosts the free show. […]