ENMU committee focuses on business etiquette

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Alisa Boswell Eastern New Mexico University faculty members recently began a new committee on campus, the Etiquette Committee, geared towards preparing students for the working world by teaching them professional etiquette, dress sense and more. “THE ENMU Foundation and the Alumni Association originally had the idea when they were brainstorming about alumni and outreach,” Foundation […]

Portales calf roper headed to nationals

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Portales calf roper Jerrad Hofstetter will be making his third trip to professional rodeo’s season-ending championship. Hofstetter, who was named “Rookie of the Year” in 2005, said this year was a bad one for his rodeo career and he had every intention of calling it quits for the year after the Justin Boots Championship in […]

Rodeo spectators in for wild ride

Rodeo as a spectator sport has been growing in attendance. Maybe it is because it is live-action, close to home, reasonably priced and rated PG. NASCAR has a similar appeal. As rodeo moves into the ranks of other professional sports, you notice a consistency in the show. The Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association runs a tight […]

Even world champs have bad days

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By Dave Wagner: CNJ staff writer Trevor Brazile has had many good nights en route to Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association records of $4 million in earnings and eight all-around cowboy titles in the last nine years. Thursday wasn’t one of them in the 41st Pioneer Days Rodeo at Curry County Event Center. Brazile, in the […]

Another baseball league interested in Clovis

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Weeks after the Pecos League severed ties with Clovis, another league is trying to put professional baseball in the city this summer. Officials with the independent Southwestern States League are working on an agreement to lease Bell Park for 40 games, half of the 80-game schedule for the Clovis […]

Officials optimistic about pro baseball for Clovis

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico An effort to place a professional baseball team in Clovis seems ahead early in the count. Officials with the city and the Pecos League of Professional Baseball Clubs, set to open play in May 2011, reported a positive meeting Friday afternoon. Andrew Dunn, the commissioner of the Pecos League, […]

Oct. 4, 1967

The Portales News-Tribune reported that performances by a professional rodeo clown and a world famous trick roper would highlight performances of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association rodeo Oct. 6-8. J.W. Stroker, famed for his “black light” trick roping exhibition, was to be featured at all three performances of the rodeo. A professional rodeo clown, Larry […]

It’s their job: Area native turns hobby into career

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Donita Privett has worked as a professional photographer for 10 years, and bought Times Remembered Photography Studio nine years ago. Privett is from Portales and attended elementary and high school in Dora. She earned a degree in agriculture economics with a minor in journalism from New Mexico State University. Every quarter, Privett takes professional photography […]

Board of education to meet Monday

PNT Staff Report The Portales Municipal Schools Board of Education meets 6 p.m. Monday at administration building, 501 Abilene. The board will hear from professional and student organizations, the superintendent and consider budget adjustment requests. The professional and student organization report from Dr. Theresa Teti concerns the tobacco control program. Superintendent Randy Fowler will report […]

Cooking pecans featured on show

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on using organic sweeteners in recipes and making a professional Roman Shade will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m Saturday. Marie Oser is the spokesperson for Wholesome Sweeteners Inc. in Sugar Land, Texas, and she will demonstrate using various organic sweeteners […]

Jan. 18 Letters to the Editor

U.S. shouldn’t support bloodshed Are we blind? Whose professional military, armed, supported and funded ($3 billion a year in U.S. taxpayer money) by U.S. power, is murdering defenseless people in Gaza?

Creative Living Oct. 12

Information on professional needlework stitching, outdoor entertaining ideas and cooking with quinoa will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Paul Sheehan, owner of GhostStitchers, will show how to do needlework stitching on motif fabrics. He’ll show how to center the design, stitch over and under borders, […]

There’s always a time for wining

By Anita Doberman: PNT Columnist You probably know by now that I am Italian, and I occasionally enjoy a good glass of wine. While I am not a professional wine connoisseur, I am going to share some basic tips, to help you pick a good bottle of wine, that my grandpa back in Italy has […]

How to pick the right presidential candidate

By Anita Doberman I woke up in a cold sweat because I realized I failed to share with you my foolproof and infallible method for choosing the right candidate to be president. After hours of arduous work to uncover the secrets and hidden agendas of the candidates, thorough research and professional investigative work (which involved […]

April 15, 1970

Several million gallons of water were lost after a telephone crew hit a water main that was located between South Avenue J and K on West Fir. Valley TV was selling Avocado colored nylon high-low textured carpet for $3.49 per square yard. Miss Juanita Hancock was elected to serve a second term as president of […]

Clutter cutter

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Need more organization in your life but don’t know where to start? Why not your home? Help is now available in the area in the form of a professional organizing company called All Things Organized The fledgling business specializes in helping clients to organize their homes. A member of […]

NFL should rethink decision to ban local stations on their fields

Editorial The National Football League should quickly rethink its plans to forbid local television journalists from being on the sidelines during games for the 2006 season. The league’s 32 teams voted unanimously March 31 to adopt a ban for local television stations not affiliated with the network carrying the local game. The stations would be […]