Make your life easier with slow cooker

slow cooker

Collen Jaskot Harried schedule or not, you gotta eat. Oh, and probably feed the family, too. The solution to make your life easier? A slow cooker, like the Waring Pro Professional 6.5-quart Slow Cooker. It can be set to cook from two to 12 hours in two-hour increments, and it comes complete with cooking instructions […]

Pot legalization needs to be taken seriously

Freedom New Mexico Proposition 19, an initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, was soundly defeated in the November election after California’s political establishment, Democratic and Republican, came out strongly against it. We had concerns with a provision related to the ability of employers to combat marijuana use at the workplace, but we are […]

July 1 -July 8 Menus

The Landing 11 a.m.: Today: Oriental cuisine Friday: Independence celebration Monday: Closed Tuesday: Italian cuisine Wednesday: Carved roast beef and rosemary chicken July 8: Beef brisket and chicken pot pie

Jan. 24, 1980

A half gallon of high-protein milk sold for 99 cents, while 39 cents would buy a pot pie, and 25 cents would buy a 16-ounce cup of Coca-Cola at Allsup’s Convenience Store.

Pot plants found at Clovis home

Freedom New Mexico A search for a man wanted on drug charges resulted in an arrest and the discovery of more than 100 marijuana plants growing in the backyard of home in Clovis. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office said investigators had received a tip that Jarrod Martin, 25, was staying at the home. They found […]

Senior center hosts chili cook-off

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Yum, was the word one judge used to describe the chili that was entered in the fifth annual chili cook-off hosted by the Portales Senior Citizen Center on Tuesday night. The event raises funds for the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Fund. With the introduction of the five judges, chosen from […]

Bad things can happen to good people

Have a fire safety plan – avoid becoming a statistic. Bruce Ford Fire safety plans can keep you from becoming a statistic It’s human nature to think bad things only happen to “the other guy,” but the fact is that bad things can happen to good people. Everyone thinks they’ll never have a fire, but […]

Perfecting art of coffee drinking takes time

By Helena Rodriguez : Freedom Newspapers I’m a novice when it comes to the art of coffee drinking. As a somewhat new sipper of this perked beverage, I’m envious of the grace and skill my parents exhibit in drinking coffee. My first attempts to become a coffee drinker in my early 30s resulted in a […]

Portales has wettest year since 1941

By Marc Schoder: PNT Correspondent Portales’ rainfall stayed constant throughout the year and when farmers and city residents turned the calendar to 2005, they said goodbye to the area’s wettest year since 1941. According to meteorologist James Kratzer of Cannon Air Force Base, Portales as a city has seen 26.83 inches of precipitation up thru […]

Aug. 4 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Birthdays August 8-13 Adam Anthony, Opal Gilmore, Charlie Taylor, Clay Good, Larry Perkins, D’Shawn Pettigrew, Jim Fuller, Hallie Rene Rains, Monica Baca, Dorothy Chandler, Mary Radcliff and Kent Winders. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Gonzalo Carrasco, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Dauer, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Rains and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Winders. Pot […]

June 2 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Birthdays June 5th-11th Baylee Paul Oder, Joel Crosthwait, John D. Anthony, Cheree Bilberry, Lela Jo Haladay, GE Peterson, Dan Howard, Ann Pettigrew, Tyler Boone, Teyhia Graves, Evelyn Rogers and Jayne Taylor. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Don Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Teo […]