Thursday morning briefing: Hearings, back to school and a new sports site

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Wednesday morning briefing: Jokes, dorm life and activity groups

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Weather delays Cannon

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Due to inclement weather, non-mission essential personnel

Weather delays Cannon

CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — Due to inclement weather, non-mission essential personnel

Press Release: ENMU Oboe Recital for Monday Night Canceled

The faculty oboe recital of Eastern New Mexico University’s Tracy Carr set for 7 p.m.,

Video: Anita Tedaldi's controversial decision

Freedom New Mexico columnist Anita Tedaldi is at the heart of a growing national debate after disclosing last week that she gave up her adopted son.

Oct. 5, 1970

The Portales News-Tribune reported that a crashing thunderstorm at about 2 a.m. the day before showered Portales with 0.18 inch of good rain, then hedge hopped around the area between Portales and Floyd with a checkerboard pattern of scattered showers. The shower was welcome, but farmers were nervous about the possibility of a wet harvest […]

Oct. 2, 1962

According to the Portales News-Tribune, blocking back Harold Shackelford’s work in the past Friday’s Portales-Friona game had just earned him recognition from Portales news media members as Ram of the Week. Shackelford, who runs fullback in Portales’ modified wing T offense but in reality rarely carries the ball, was “hitting on almost every offensive play,” […]

Commission approves hospital money

PNT Staff Reports Roosevelt County Commissioners approved supplemental funding for the Roosevelt General Hospital during a special meeting Wednesday at the county courthouse. RGH Administrator James D’Agostino said with the supplemental sole community provider program, the county sends money to the state, which handles the paperwork, and the federal government provides a match.

Sept. 30, 1952

The Portales Tribune contained an advertisement for

Sept. 29, 1955

The Portales Daily Tribune contained an advertisement for Varsity Drive-In Theater

Sept. 28, 1954

The Portales Tribune reported that

Sept. 27, 1953

The Portales Tribune reported a

Sept. 26, 1969

The Portales News-Tribune reported that

Sept. 25, 1975

The Portales News-Tribune contained an advertisement saying

Sept. 24, 1967

The Portales News Tribune reported that

Sept. 22, 1978

The Portales News-Tribune reported that city police officers were checking out the damage as well as searching for clues as to what type of vehicle ran into the Wheeler Mortuary warehouse on First Street and Austin Avenue. Skid marks indicate the vehicle slid 256 feet before striking the corner of the building.

Sept. 21, 1973

The Portales News-Tribune reported that

Sept. 20, 1955

The Portales Daily Tribune reported that

Sept. 19, 1968

The Portales News-Tribune contained