Oct. 17 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events • Report Card night is Thursday. • Picture retakes are Oct. 28. • The junior Carnival will be Oct. 29. Athletics Football: Saturday, Junior High and Varsity, Floyd versus Melrose at Floyd. 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m. Report card night Thursday will be Report Card night. School will let out at […]

Oct. 17 Faith Triumphant News

Football Saturday at Conqueror Field vs. San Jon, 2 p.m.; Oct. 29 at Conqueror Field vs. Midland Trinity, noon; Nov. 6th at Conqueror Field vs. Holy Cross, noon.   Film class The film class is currently working on their documentary on Roosevelt County. Please call the office if you might have any information pertaining to […]

Oct. 10 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events • There is no school Monday in observance of Columbus Day. • School Board will meet Monday night at 7pm. • This is Homecoming week. • Picture retakes are Oct. 28. • Junior Carnival will be Oct. 29. New Bronco on the block Colton Tucker Pimpsner was born Oct. 1st […]

Report: Buzard’s tumor cancerous

Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — A pathology report released on Thursday determined that a brain tumor which hospitalized Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball coach Dan Buzard over the weekend is cancerous. ENMU athletic director Mike Maguire said Thursday night that an MRI was done on the 36-year-old Buzard earlier in the day, the results of […]

Rash of robberies hits county

By Tony Parra A rash of robberies in Roosevelt County involving televisions, VCRs and, in one robbery, guns, have tainted the summer for county residents. Richard Short of the Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Department said the related robberies happen within the span of June and July. He said there have been nine related robberies similar to […]

Hospital board does expansion planning

By Kevin Wilson The Roosevelt County hospital board talked about the medical center’s expansion for right now and in the years ahead during Thursday’s regular meeting. Roosevelt General Hospital Administrator James D’Agostino told the board members that work was on schedule for the medical office building, which will be located in the northeast area of […]

County residents not taking help

By Tony Parra Help is out there for people in need of income support. Many people are just not aware of it or are too shy to ask for it, according to Pamela Hyde, Secretary of the Human Services Department for New Mexico. “It’s important to us to make everyone aware of the problem,” Hyde […]

Water study lacking

By Jack King Studies of the financial capacities of members of the Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority to pay for the project remain incomplete, consultants said Wednesday, at the authority’s meeting in Clovis. The incomplete reports drew a sharp expression of impatience from at least one board member. Jason Bass, an economic consultant from […]

May 16 Dora School News

There are only four days of school until classes are finished on Thursday, the 20th and the school buses make their last runs for this school year. Monday is a school day and all reviews and test will continue through until Thursday. Upcoming Events Tuesday the elementary spring play is at 6:30 p.m. in the […]

Massage therapist arrested on sex-crime allegations

Mike Linn By Mike Linn PNT Managing Editor Mike_Linn@link.freedom.com Police have charged a Portales massage therapist with criminal sexual penetration stemming from an incident that occurred Saturday morning at Creative Images. James Fogg, 62, owner of Creative Images on West Second Street, is accused of penetrating a female customer’s vaginal area with his fingers near […]

Man surrenders to police after 16-day disappearnce

By Kevin Wilson Isaac Porras’ restroom break is over. The 21-year-old Clovis man was arrested June 24 on charges of filing a false report with police. Following his arrest, Porras was taken to Roosevelt General Hospital for treatment of a head wound. From there, he walked away from police custody after receiving permission to use […]

Portales Junior High News, May 23

By Billie Dixon Report cards Students and parents may pick up student report cards beginning June 2 at the junior high school office. All lunch fees, book charges and library fines must be paid before report cards are released. Summer hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7:30 a.m. to noon […]