Base Exchange focuses on loss prevention

USAF: Airman 1st Class Alexxis Pons Abascal Cynthia Diverty, loss prevention manager, monitors the store’s surveillance system Feb. 10 at The Exchange at Cannon Air Force Base. The Exchange currently has 48 cameras installed and is awaiting 16 more by mid-March. By Airman 1st Class Alexxis Pons Abascal: 27th SOW Public Affairs The Base Exchange […]

Joplin tornado destroys former Portales residents’ home

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Alisa Boswell Past Portales residents and Portales High School graduates Justin and Kari (Thompson) Nevins lost their family home in Joplin, Mo., on Sunday when an EF5 tornado hit the city, destroying multiple homes and killing 125 people. Kari Nevins said her family went into the house cellar after hearing the second tornado siren and […]

‘Multiple methods’ used to ID bin Laden

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WASHINGTON (AP) — After the firefight that killed Osama bin Laden, the U.S. used “multiple methods” to positively identify his remains, according to a senior Pentagon official who personally saw a photograph of the corpse. The official, who discussed the matter on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak publicly, declined to […]

Military mama: Reunions bring on tears

There are so many of my dear friends enduring lengthy deployments of their spouses, I have kept up with their roller coaster of emotions and tried to offer support whenever possible. I understand what a challenge it can be, especially when that military spouse is also a mom. As moms we are used to being […]

Technology hard on adolescence

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The thesis to this column has multiple personality disorder. It just doesn’t know what it wants to be. The idea started on Sunday night, when I got a text from a girl I’ll call Shelby (I’m changing details to protect the innocent, and the guilty). Shelby writes, “Heyy its Shelby.” I respond, “Who?” She responds, […]

Their view: Candidates have multiple questions to answer

Candidates have multiple questions to answer Portales’ Sharon Faulkner writes multiple letters to the editor each week. Here’s a recent sampling:

ENMU briefs — July 21

Global Health care course provides multiple perspectives Student Health Services Director Kristin Kuhlmann will teach “Global Healthcare” this fall through an online format for the third year. The class is offered through the nursing department via Internet, but it is open to all students for a global diversity requirement. The class looks at health care […]

Multiple burglaries reported in Portales

PNT staff report Portales had a string of burglaries this week, according to information from Portales Police Department. Police don’t believe all the incidents are related. According to police: • Unknown subjects took items Monday from a residence in the 900 block of East Second Street. No one was home. • A big-screen TV was […]

Press Release: Curry, Roosevelt team for multiple arrests

On Monday November 02, 2009, Deputies with the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office, Deputies with the Curry County Sheriff’s Office and Investigators with the 9th Judicial District Attorney’s Office arrested Lucio “Chano” Torres, DOB: 09-17-75, in Roosevelt County.

Portales woman faces multiple drug charges

Freedom New Mexico Irisema Hernandez, 26, was arrested Saturday and charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of methamphetamines with intent to distribute and possession of heroin, all felonies, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor, according to a Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office news release. Hernandez was booked into the Roosevelt County […]

Useful crafts on upcoming shows

By Sheryl Borden: PNT Columnist Information on making a multiple compartment wallet, embellishing a wardrobe, and making a tulip lampshade will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” noon Tuesday and 2 p.m. Saturday. Sewing expert and author Patsy Shields will show a technique for making a wallet sewn with four separate compartments for the […]

MS fundraiser to be held Saturday

By Sarah Meyer, PNT Staff Writer The second annual fundraiser for multiple sclerosis will be held at 10 a.m. April 26 at Clovis Community College. Proceeds will help with educational programs, financial support for patients with MS and research, said April Brownlee, walk coordinator for the Panhandle Division of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She […]

Famous artist, author among honorees

To honor the originality, beauty, imagination and multiple dimensions of women’s lives, the National Women’s History Project has chosen Women’s Art: Women’s Vision as the 2008 theme for National Women’s History Month. To ensure that a diversity of art and artists are represented, the 2008 honorees were selected based on their art, their vision, their […]

Artists honored during National Women’s History Month

To honor the originality, beauty, imagination, and multiple dimensions of women’s lives, the National Women’s History Project has chosen “Women’s Art: Women’s Vision” as the 2008 theme for National Women’s History Month in March. To ensure that a diversity of art and artists are represented, the 2008 honorees were selected based on their art, their […]

Hay fire erupts at Roosevelt County dairy

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PNT Staff Report Firefighters from multiple area departments were on the scene Friday night fighting a hay fire at Grande Vida Dairy, approximately nine miles east of Portales. As darkness fell flames could be seen by motorists traveling U.S. 70 between Portales and Clovis. According to Portales Fire Department Battalion Chief Lance Hill his department […]

Wheat variety tests improving yields

By Rex Kirksey: Guest Columnist As the wheat harvest approaches, we are all hoping the threat of hail holds off for at least a few more weeks. But, even before this year’s wheat crop is out of the field, planting plans for next fall should be well under way. Proper variety selection is one management […]