Their view: Ready to move county forward

New Mexico’s primary elections are June 1. David Craig is a Republican candidate for Roosevelt County Commission District 4. He’s running against Scott Burton and Nancy Gentry. Here’s what Craig had to say when we asked about his qualifications for the job:

Tuesday morning briefing: Wildcadettes, free T-shirts and get ready for 80s

Good morning. It’s Freedom New Mexico’s Tuesday briefing. Video of the day Check out the award-winning Clovis High School Wildcadettes from their recent “night of spectacular dance.” Last chance Want to guarantee a 2010 Relay For Life event T-shirt? Get your team registered before midnight today. Registration can be completed from 5:15p.m. to 7p.m. at […]

Local bars, senior center ready to ring in new year

By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer By Clarence Plank PNT Staff Writer clarence_plank@link.freedom.com New Years eve revelers will have an assortment of places to ring in 2010. Area businesses are opening their doors with drink specials, live bands and food. And, a non-alcoholic party features dancing at the Portales Senior Center. Portales Senior Center Director […]

Graduating students share plans

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Almost 230 students are getting ready to walk across the stage and into the next stage of their lives Saturday. At Eastern New Mexico University’s fall commencement, 40 master’s degree candidates and 188 bachelor’s degree candidates are set to graduate, said university President Steven Gamble. Julia Tucker is one […]

School shopping strategy required

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist I decided to homeschool my kids again this year, but I also feel the back-to-school frenzy that sweeps Wal-Mart aisles across the country, if only because I buy supplies that school children use for the kids’ curriculum, co-ops and various classes. Like many other adults across the country, I get […]

It’s their job: Former director ready for retirement

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James “Jim” Good served as director of the Portales Senior Center for a little more than 10 years and as director of the Portales Area Transit since March 2006. He talked about his job Friday, his last day before retirement. Good spent most of his childhood in California, with the exception of six years in […]

Travel deals, pecan recipes featured

By Sheryl Borden: Creative Living Information on finding travel deals online, cooking with pecans and embellishing ready-to-wear clothes will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Saturday. Travel expert for Orbitz.com Valarie D’Elia will share tips for finding the best travel deals online.

Identity theft modern day nightmare

By Karl Terry: PNT columnist My dear wife hollered at me from her position in front of the computer in our home office one morning last week as I was getting ready for work: “Did you buy something on EBay?” “Don’t reply, they’re just phishing,” I hollered back. “I don’t think it has anything to […]

Math graduate looks toward future in linguistics

By Argen Duncan: Freedom New Mexico One new Eastern New Mexico University graduate is standing on a foundation of math and getting ready to leap into linguistics. “I’m excited,” said Allison Sanderson, who is from Edgewood. Sanderson said she is sad to be leaving the people she met in Portales, but is excited about what […]

April 12, 2009 Library news

On Tuesday, April 14 at 10:30 am, get ready for some Froggy Fun during Baby Laptime. This 20-minute program introduces books to the youngest readers, ages 0 to 3 with short stories, songs, and fingerplays. The Teen Writing Group will also meet this Tuesday (April 14) at 4:00 p.m.. Preschool Storytime meets every Wednesday at […]