Christina Calloway Since the great-tailed grackles took flight in January, businessmen and local residents still haven’t seen many signs of them returning. But the absence of those pests has made an avenue for another. Pigeons and doves have become more of an issue recently for local businesses and their customers, according to Portales Public Work [...]
By Robin Fornoff: FNM content editor What a difference a year makes. This time around the tone from lawmakers is radically different than it was just a year ago, as they tune up for a January budgeting session of the Legislature. “Last year we started at $240 million in the hole and were in some [...]
Freedom New Mexico A reminder that few things are as simple as they first seem: In January, when a federal judge in Pensacola declared President Obama’s health care reform law unconstitutional, the judge became something of a shining knight of the right. Now his armor is looking a little tarnished. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson, [...]
Freedom New Mexico Speed and driver inattention were contributing factors in the fatal January wreck on U.S. 70, State Police Capt. Jimmy Glascock said. Bryian Phillips, 29, of Clovis died from injuries sustained in the one-vehicle rollover crash, and four other people received injuries of varying severity. Glascock said state police had been consulting with [...]
PNT staff report New Mexico Department of Game and Fish will be conducting three spring hunter education classes in January, February and March. This class is required by anyone under the age of 18 in order to obtain a hunting license in New Mexico. Successful completion of this class is recognized in all states requiring [...]
Think back to January 1993. If you attended the “Yukon Jack” concert at the Clovis City Limits bar, then you got the shock of a lifetime when Garth Brooks appeared on stage. That surprise concert made national news, and the CBS News interview is this week’s video selection. In an interview that lasted almost six [...]
By Tom Philpott: Military Update A House panel has voted to give the military a 1.9 percent pay raise next January. That would be a half percentage point higher than what the Obama administration wanted simply to match private sector wage growth. The House armed services subcommittee on military personnel panel also endorsed increases next [...]
Three building permits totaling $39,790 were applied for during the month of January in the City of Portales, the Portales News-Tribune reported.
Fitness classes available The Eastern New Mexico University Department of Distance Education and Outreach is offering numerous fitness classes to help people get in shape this spring. Yoga, zumba, aqua eerobics and aqua fitness are scheduled to begin the last week of January. Registration: Distance Education and Outreach office in the Education Building, Room 102.