Dora school news — March 22

FFA News Kit Pettigrew, sponsor of the Dora Future Farmers of America, is proud of the FFA teams representing Dora at the judging contest in Las Cruces, held March 11-12. Dora teams took the sweepstakes competition, with the following finishes: First place, Dairy, Land; second place, Home Site, Pasture & Range, Dairy Foods; third place, […]

DWI patrols planned

Freedom New Mexico The Clovis Police Department will conduct DWI saturation patrols Saturday, and a DWI checkpoint on Friday, according to a release from the department. The saturation patrols will take place 10 p.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday, while the checkpoint will follow 11 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday. Both measures will take […]

Paying attention makes life enjoyable

Spending time up at the Caprock, scouting for a place to make a Project WILD fieldtrip. (That is a classroom-based, project-focused ecology curriculum), we came upon a forensics situation. Nothing to excite CSI Miami fans; this would be more appropriate to Animal Planet. Still, it starts one’s mind turning in several directions. Peering over the […]

Abilene Christian edges past Zias

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Karl Terry The Eastern New Mexico University Zias made a couple of marks on the record book Saturday afternoon, but fell short on the scoreboard as Abilene Christian slipped out of Greyhound Arena with a 67-64 Lone Star Conference South Division win. Zias senior Cat Clay moved into 10th place on the all-time scoring list […]

Stencil craft featured on show

Information on making place mats, edging fleece blankets and crafting with stencils will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Vivian Lavinskas is with Singer Sewing Co., and she’s going to show how to make a one-of-a-kind place mat using random rows of stitching to create individual compartments […]

Portales, Dora school levy up for election

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Argen Duncan Portales and Dora school districts are each holding a Public School Capital Improvements Tax Election on Tuesday. Polling takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The “two-mill levy” in each district raises money for equipment, maintenance, remodeling and repairs. For both districts, approval of the mill levy won’t raise taxes, but will […]

Local shops good place to find gifts

Clyde Davis With what do we give the ones we love, in this time and this place where there is so much economic turmoil — or is it inequality, or is it so much smoke and fuss over a normal situation? With what, at any rate, do we make a meaningful impact on someone’s Christmas, […]

Nov. 9 —

Students to honor vets Elida students and staff will honor area veterans for their service to our country on Wednesday. A brief program followed by lunch will take place in the school cafeteria beginning at 11:45 a.m.

It’s their business: The Main Place/Webb Direct 2U

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Business: The Main Place/Webb Direct 2U Location: 109 S. Main St., www.webbdirect2u.com Phone: 226-8365 Hours of Operation: noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday Merchandise/Services: Children’s clothing and accessories. Something unique about the business: The Main Place specializes in formal apparel including pageant and flower girl dresses, christening and baptismal wear, children’s tuxedos and custom […]

Trade fear for faith

Bad news seems to be all over the place. I heard of a man being so upset by the bombardment of bad news that he decided he would go on “a news fast.” It sounds funny, yet it’s not a bad idea. Fear is the most destructive force I know. It is paralyzing and tormenting. […]