Niesha Lofing The best spot to watch a parade, when to arrive at the park, how to save money on food without skipping meals. These are just a few of the topics that Bee readers weighed in on when I asked for cost- and sanity-saving tips regarding Disneyland travel. As many families (mine included) head […]
March 29, 1944: The Portales Daily News: A group of selectees left this morning for Santa Fe to be inducted into the Navy. Included were Wayne Stratton, Royal Paul Hawkins, Thomas Jefferson Moore, J.C. Shaffer, Winfred Henry Gibbs and Elbert Ray Sanders.
Xcel customers will not be included in rotating power outages throughout the “Texas Grid,” according to a press release. Power users connected to the Texas Grid, or Electric Reliability Council of Texas, are expected to experience rotating outages due to lack of electricity generation, a press release from Xcel Energy said. However, Xcel customers are […]
Cannon Connections photo: Liliana Castillo Linda Mobley, left, and her daughters Mauriana Mobley, middle, Eve-Alexa Mobley, right, and Venizia Mobley, front, pose for a photo taken by her husband Master Sgt. Will Mobley. Liliana Castillo Cannon Air Force Base personnel gathered to celebrate Christmas with a tree lighting and Christmas parade. The event took place […]
Nov. 30, 1942: The Portales Daily News: December selective service quotas included married men for the first time in Roosevelt County, according to officials at the selective service office.
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico If nothing else, the Southeastern Oklahoma football team is battle-tested. The Savage Storm, playing its sixth consecutive Lone Star Conference North Division game at 2 p.m. today against Eastern New Mexico University at Blackwater Draw, has seen the previous five contests decided by seven points or less. Included were […]
The City of Portales received funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 for landscaping enhancements to medians located on the Roosevelt County Courthouse Square perimeter, at the intersection of Boston Street and US 70, and on US 70 between East Lime Street and South Roosevelt Road Q. The grant agreement with […]
Unsuccessful proposed amendments to the Constitution have included forbidding religious leaders from holding public office (1876);
PNT staff report St. Helen Catholic Church fiesta continues today with live entertainment, games, a bouncy house, food and a auction from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The silent auction starts at 3 p.m., and all proceeds go toward the church community, different organizations and special church needs. All events are held on church grounds […]
July 31, 1955: The television lineup for Portales included “Hopalong Cassidy,” “Cameo Theater” and “People are Funny.”
July 30, 1950: Newspaper color comics included “Joe Palooka,” “Boots,” “Red Ryder” and “Alley Oop.”
By Tibor Machan: FNM columnist In his heartfelt eulogy for his mother, Jean Biden, Vice President Joe Biden quoted some words from her, very approvingly. These included the idea that “Everyone is your equal, and everyone is equal to you.” Furthermore, in his autobiography the vice president recalls something else he learned from his mother: […]
June 25, 1945: Officials estimated 1,500 to 2,000 people attended the weekend rodeo held at an arena about a mile southwest of Portales. Winners included Jack Shaw (calf roping), Cotton Lee (bulldogging), Bug Brown (bull riding) and Bill Hancock (bronc riding).
Besides not having to ask our parents for the car, a rare recompense of aging might be increased awareness of our commonality. Much of my youth was spent discovering core values among the discards. The journey included divergent jobs, cultures, revelries, religious, political, philosophical and scientific ideas. People in my profession seldom become wealthy. I’ve […]
March 22, 1945: Popular newspaper comics included “Freckles and his Friends,” “Alley Oop,” “Li’l Abner” and “Red Ryder.” In today’s strip, bank robbers with “knockout pills” attempted to frame Ryder for their misdeeds.
USAF photo: Staff Sgt. Heather R. Redman Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz meets Airman First Class Michael Gurski, center, and shakes hands with Staff Sgt. Betsy Ulyak, both from the 27th Special Operations Force Support Squadron, during lunch at the dining facility Jan. 26. Gen. Schwartz had lunch with numerous airmen from […]
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.
By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer New Mexico is hearing a debate over whether agriculture workers need to be included in the state-run workers compensation system. A group of civil rights organizations is suing to have New Mexico agricultural workers included. However, many in the agriculture industry have said their employees are already covered and […]
PNT staff The Portales City Council met Tuesday night at city hall. Business conducted included: • Councilors considered not renewing the city’s membership in the Eastern Plains Council of Governments, citing accusations of embezzlement against a former employee of the organization. They postponed the decision to the next meeting. • Councilor Jake J. Lopez announced […]