Getting to know: Volunteer likes to pay it forward

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Rose Robbins has been living in Portales for five years, and already has made an impact on the people around her. Robbins volunteers for Portales MainStreet, Portales Kiwanis Club and Portales Women’s Club. She moved to Portales from Fort Worth when she married her husband, Gary. Robbins is able to do more things to help […]

Thieves nab flowers, stuffed bears from shop

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By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Rose Riley was surprised when burglars struck her shop Thursday night and took only flowers and teddy bears. “They left a glass trail where they shopped,” Riley said Friday morning. “They knew the difference between the quality of the bears… (And) they were after flowers and I don’t know, […]

It’s Their Job May 9

By Chris Romero Name: Hamid Allamehzadeh Job: Associate professor in electronic engineering technology at Eastern New Mexico University Background: Allamehzadeh attended Rose State College and then transferred and received a bachelor’s, master’s and a doctorate in electrical engineering at the University of Oklahoma while teaching courses in electromagnetic, circuit and control as a teacher’s assistant. […]

Locally written play takes ENMU stage Saturday

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Refreshed and invigorated, the play Mia, Emma and Rose will once again take the stage at the Eastern New Mexico University Theater Center at 7 p.m. on Saturday, after a gala invitation-only event on Friday. The play, written by Janeice Scarbrough, was first performed at ENMU in April. Since […]

ENMU theater spreads wings with all-local play

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By Jesse Wolfersberger, Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University professor Janeice Scarbrough said teaching playwriting is great, but it does not compare to sitting down and writing one yourself. “I made it my goal to make time to write a play this year,” she said. A graduate of the Yale School of Drama, Scarbrough wrote […]

Rummell wins Silver Rose crown

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By Tony Parra Young women walked down the runway flashing their smiles with evening gowns to the song “You’re Beautiful” by James Blunt and when everything was said and done it was Malia Rummell who the judges chose as Miss Eastern New Mexico University Silver Rose. “It was scary waiting for them to announce the […]

Honors, Club Notes (Nov. 13)

Honors ACREE Acree heads to National 4-H Congress Julia Acree, 17, of Portales has been selected to attend the National 4-H Congress Nov. 25-29 in Atlanta, Ga. She is one of 14 selected from New Mexico to attend. Acree, a member of the Arch 4-H Club, was selected in July based on work she did […]

Roses as food are a thorny subject

Jim Lee: Local Columinst I haven’t stolen any ideas from Don Criss lately. So I’m a bit overdue for some literary larceny, don’t you think? Today’s topic emerged the other day during the Criss-Stasheff-Scott-Lee coffee ritual when I began bragging about how well my rose bushes had been doing after replacing the deceased ones. The […]

March 30 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions There are no anniversaries or birthdays this week. Please let me know if you would like your special dates included in the news. Upcoming events • Seniors meet Thursday night for games and friendship. Church news Bill Bowman from Clovis will be delivering the sermon for the Floyd Baptist Church this […]

Sept. 8 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Rose Hill Ranch There is usually an annual Rose Hill Ranch Gospel Meeting in the Milnesand area, however, due to the extended dry weather they have not had it for the past two years. So, since the Lord has blessed us with good rains and things are so green there should be […]