Schedule Monday: Volleyball — Dora, here 7th & 8th at 4 p.m. Tuesday: Volleyball — Clovis Christian, here, JV, V at 4 p.m. Thursday: Volleyball — Grady, there JH, JV, V at 4 p.m. Thursday: 3rd Grade, Ag. Safety Days – Clovis Friday: Football — Dora, There (District Game) at 3 p.m. Friday: School Day
Portales Women’s Club Portales Woman’s Club met on Oct. 13 with President Della Kobernick presiding. The Collect was led by Wanda Pettus; the pledges by Julie Nickles; and Argen Duncan gave the invocation. There were 30 members and 7 guests, present. Steven Gamble, president of Eastern New Mexico University, and John Niebling, president of Clovis […]
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Castillo John Castillo of Clovis celebrated his 40th birthday 4:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at home. He was born Oct. 12, 1970, in Muleshoe. The celebration was hosted by his sister, April Macias aka “Fraggle.” He has four children. Your sister loves you so much and wishes you the best birthday ever. May the good Lord […]
Sharpe-Bales Stacie L. Sharpe of Lawtey, Fla., and Aaron A. Bales of Portales were married Oct. 10, 2010, at Arch Baptist Church in Portales. The bride is the daughter of Robbin Pollock of Lawtey and Robert Sharpe of Athens, Ohio. The groom is the son of Wesley and Janice Bales of Portales. The maid of […]
Brown-Parsley Randy and Christi Brown are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter , Megan Lea Brown of Texico to Charles James “CJ” Parsley of Vega, Texas. The prospective groom is the son of Chip Parsley of Corpus Christi, Texas and Jaylene McFaul of Vega, Texas. The bride-elect graduated from Texico High School in […]
Daughters of the American Revolution The El Portal Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, met Oct. 9 at the Miles Anthropological Museum at ENMU in Portales with Cori Snobble and Pam Wallace as hostesses. The program was presented by John Montgomery, professor of anthropology at ENMU and director of Blackwater Draw Museum. Miles […]
Samplings of recent calls to Roosevelt County dispatchers: Wednesday • A Portales Police officer went to Portales High School about 1:10 p.m. on a report of a fight between students. A school administrator said a staff member saw an 18-year-old boy say something to a 14-year-old boy and take a swing at the 14-year-old. The […]
By Jim Robinson Meteorological technician, 27th Special Operations Support Squadron October continues the transition from the warm season into the cold season, and continues to feature some of the most pleasant weather conditions of the year here. By mid October, the typical summertime pattern of relatively frequent late day thunderstorms has little influence due to […]
The Landing 11 a.m.: Friday: Fried chicken, barbecue ribs and fried catfish Monday: Meatloaf, hamburgers and chicken pot pie Tuesday: Spaghetti, meatballs, lasagna, chicken parmigiana and chicken alfredo Wednesday: Carved roast beef, prime rib, roast turkey and glazed ham Thursday: Enchiladas, chili rellenos, tacos and fajitas
Friday 7 p.m. — Machete, R
Friday Family Life — 9 a.m. to noon, Airman and Family Readiness Center. Operation Homefront Quilts — 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Airman and Family Readiness Center. Dance Dance Revolution Tourney — 5:30 p.m., Youth Center.
Oct. 31, 1952: The Portales Daily News: Representatives of Portales civic organizations last night unanimously approved a move to bring a Red Cross mobile blood unit here to take whole blood for Korea.
Oct. 30, 1953: The Portales Daily News: Janet Peterson was one of 16 New Mexico 4-H Club members who had been named winners in the state achievement awards program to attend the National 4-H Congress in Chicago Nov. 29-Dec. 3.
Oct. 29, 1947: The Portales Daily News: The Dora senior class was presenting the play “The Antics of Andrew,” a three-act comedy, Thursday evening at 7:30 p.m. The play was presented in the Dora Auditorium.
Oct. 28, 1953: The Portales Daily News: Cliff Stevenson, Elida rancher and county commissioner, was learning to ride a new kind of vehicle at the General Hospital. He was recovering from severe injuries in a car wreck Sept. 1., and was finding his walker, loaned to the hospital by Veterans of Foreign Wars, a real […]
Oct. 27, 1947: The Portales Daily News: Four Roosevelt County soldiers were among the first of the nation’s World War II dead to be returned from Europe, aboard the transport Joseph V. Connally, which docked at New York’s flower-strewn harbor Sunday.
Oct. 26, 1952: The Portales Daily News: Miss Elza Ramsey and Miss Alva Ramsey were on hand Monday morning to greet the visitors to their clothes store, “Mode o’ Day,” next door to First National Bank.
Oct. 25, 1953: The Portales Daily News: Pvt. John W. Berry, whose wife is Mrs. Altha Berry of North Star Route, Elida, was nearing completion of a 16-week training cycle in Fort Leofiard Wood, Mo., with a unit of the 6th Armored Division.