Portales past: Oct. 17, 1960

Oct. 17, 1960: Portales News-Tribune: Ray Sena Jr., nephew of Sen. Dennis Chavez, was visiting his parents here on a stopover between assignments in Beirut, Lebanan, and a new post in the American Embassy in Dacca, East Pakistan. Sena had been with the State Department for 12 years.

Lujan staff in town Thursday

Rep. Ben Ray Lujan’s district staff will meet with constituents from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the Friendship Senior Citizen Center, according to a news release from his office. Staff will be on hand to assist residents who have questions regarding Social Security benefits, immigration applications, veterans’ services and other federal programs.

Rep. Lujan holding telephone town hall

Freedom New Mexico U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Anniversaries —

Little T. Ray and Bert Little of Clovis will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 1-4 p.m. on June 19 at The Master’s Center Banquet Room. The celebration will be hosted their children, Debra Wyattt and Liea Little. This will be a casual come and go event. We would love for you to come and […]

Lujan visiting Portales, Clovis through Tuesday

Freedom New Mexico U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luj

No arrests announced in fire

Clovis Fire Chief Ray Westerman said Friday no arrests have been announced in relation to the fire that gutted K-Bob’s Steakhouse on Wednesday. Officials at the fire department said the case is still under investigation. The Clovis Police said Wednesday the case is being investigated as an arson.

Empty stocking program starts Friday

Freedom New Mexico The number of children the Salvation Army is hoping to help has almost doubled this holiday season, according to Maj. Kevin Ray. Friday the Clovis News Journal and Portales News-Tribune will launch their annual Empty Stocking program in partnership with The Salvation Army. Every day until Christmas, a local family in need […]

Rep. Lujan holding town hall meeting by telephone

Rep. Ben Ray Luj

Wildlife specialist helps remove problem animals

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One familiar face in rural Roosevelt County, and across the state, is welcome to landowners but not so welcome to pesky creatures on their property.Ray Jaur

Web portal necessity for state MVD

Editor’s note: Freedom New Mexico Publisher Ray Sullivan discussed Web portals in his column in Friday’s PNT. This is Rick Homans’ counterpiece. When an individual comes to the Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) to apply for a driver’s license or a vehicle registration, we ask that person to entrust us with a lot of personal and […]