By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Reporter Roosevelt County teens will have the opportunity to participate in a Youth Town Hall meeting in Portales. The meeting is part of New Mexico First’s ‘Tomorrow’s Leaders Program’ and will begin at 8:15 a.m. April 9 at the Memorial Building.
By Mickey Winfield, Freedom New Mexico The theme for the American Cancer Society’s 2008 Relay for Life in Portales is, “Relay like a Rockstar,” and starting Friday night, area residents will be able to do just that. Portales’ Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is joining with Texico’s FCCLA and Yucca Junior High’s FCCLA [...]
• Boy Scout Troop 125, sponsored by the American Legion, were preparing to travel to Roswell to participate in the Veterans Appreciation Day event. • An open house for state senator candidate Dave Turner was being held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Schlenker. • Walt Disney’s “Son of Flubber” and “The Horse in [...]
• Warren Ray, of Floyd, guided his unmodified John Deere tractor to victory in the tractor pull held at the Roosevelt County Fairgrounds. Ray pulled a distance of 282 feet in his division. • Nearly 500 people attended the Pioneers Day celebration held during the Roosevelt County Fair. • Seventeen Roosevelt County youth had several head of [...]
• Ten students representing Roosevelt County left for Roswell to participate in Boys State on the New Mexico Military Institute campus. • B & J Drug advertised Old Spice gift sets for Father’s Day. Prices ranged from $1 to $5.
By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Portales-area eighth-graders now have the opportunity to participate in a vocational/industrial class at Portales Junior High School that can lead to participation in the National FFA Organization. PJHS implemented the program two years ago, said Eric Greer, the program’s teacher. Many students do not know what the FFA is, [...]
By Tony Parra If Lindsey Elementary School sixth-grader Sorina Flores has a chance to meet a soldier on Saturday, this is the message she will deliver: “Thank you for risking your life for us and we all love you,” she said. Classmate Haley Bonner will say, ‘“Hi and thanks for all that you do.’” Last [...]