Nov. 14, 1962

Jim Warnica, News-Tribune mechanical superintendent, came home with his six-point buck, and reported that three other Portales hunters who were camped in the same general area also shot bucks, according to Portales News-Tribune archives.

Grandfather an innovator of local agriculture

By Karl Terry I always knew my granddad, Bob Terry, was pretty handy with anything mechanical but I didn’t know until this week that he was one of the first in the area to adapt a peanut thrasher to pull through the fields. I was interviewing several long-time Roosevelt County residents about the antique peanut […]

Lack of education often results in firearm mishaps

Master Sgt. Edward Story, Jr. In the last year, two Airmen from Cannon received gun shot wounds while cleaning their firearms. Both incidents resulted from negligence and lack of familiarity with their weapon. Fortunately for the individuals, no life threatening or long-term injuries were sustained. These mishaps are instant reminders of the importance of knowing, […]