2-10-08 Dora School News

Brisket dinner fundraiser today Colleen Tollett, sponsor, and the members of the Dora Chapter of Business Professionals of America, are serving a brisket dinner in the Dora School cafeteria from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today. The meal will be offered for a donation to BPA. Proceeds will be used for travel expenses to BPA […]

Domenici: Brain disease leads to retirement

By The Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE — U.S. Sen. Pete Domenici, New Mexico’s most dominant Republican voice and longest-serving senator, announced Thursday that he is retiring at the end of his sixth term because of a degenerative brain disease. “I come here today, to the site of the school that I attended as a boy, to […]

Honoring Capt. Evans

Courtesy Photo A night view of the EOD Memorial located at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Hundreds of people, including friends, family and service members, recently gathered at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. to remember those who lost their lives while serving their country. Fourteen new names were added to bronze plaques during the 38th […]

March 7, 1971

Navy Fireman Apprentice Roger D. Jones, son of Dr. and Mrs. George L. Jones of 1600 South Ave. N Portales, is now serving aboard the nuclear attack aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, which is currently cruising around South America enroute to Alemeda, Calif.

Area legislators list priorities

Sen. Stuart Ingle, R-Portales • Age: 59 • Occupation: Farmer, rancher • District: 27, serving Chaves, De Baca and Roosevelt counties • Time served: Sixth term •Top legislative priority: The education system is my top priority, particularly higher education. • Capitol office phone: 986-4702 • Committee Membership: Capitol Outlay Subcommittee, Committees’ Committee, Corporations and Transportation, […]

Local Roundup: Holiday blood drive scheduled

By Freedom Newspapers Exhausted shoppers can take a load off while donating blood at the first Guns N Hoses Blood Drive on Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Portales Fire Department, 301 Ave. C, in the donor bus. Everyone who donates blood will get a chance to win a $50 door prize […]

ENMU receives help as Hispanic serving institution

By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer The U.S. Senate passed a bill Saturday including a provision that will make it easier for Eastern New Mexico University and other New Mexico schools with high percentages of Hispanic students to receive and keep federal aid, according to a press release from Sen. Pete Domenici’s office. The bill […]

Grocery labels leave us guessing

By Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer Sometimes, all you need is philosophy and candy. That’s what I figured out recently, while talking to a coworker. I had brought up a philosophical — he called it pedantic — question. I had recently been to a grocery store where I saw a bag of Mega M&M’s, which […]

Area Big Brothers, Big Sisters officials to discuss merger

Ryan Lengerich Local Big Brothers and Big Sisters officials are hoping a meeting on Tuesday with the Roswell agency will ease tensions between the two entities and get the Clovis agency back up and running. The Clovis-based agency serving Curry and Roosevelt counties had its office shut down on March 1 when Clovis officials declined […]