You can’t judge a book by its cover and you can’t judge a person by their skin color, hair or eye color or even by their name. My grandson, Giovanni, is a “g
Clarence Plank Summer sun may be a pleasure but area cancer experts say safely enjoying the sun means taking proper precautions. There are an estimated two million cases of skin cancer diagnosed yearly in the U.S. Most are considered to be sun-related, according to the American Cancer Society. James Townson, 66, of Melrose is one […]
In the Portales News-Tribune, Skinner’s Western Store advertised shark skin boots for $55.
The Portales Daily News reported that 250 children at 18 schools in Roosevelt County were vaccinated during October against smallpox. During the process, it was discovered that many of the children had impetigo, a skin disease, causing actions to be made in controlling it.
The Portales High School Drama Club opened its two-day performance of “The Skin of Our Teeth,” charging $1 for adults and 50 cents for students.
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers I don’t have what you’d call a varied wardrobe. If there’s a shirt I find comfortable, I usually buy one in every available color. Another dress code rule for me is, “No shorts.” It all has to do with my attachment to self-esteem, and my hatred of my exposed white […]
By Tony Parra With the start of summer comes the start of concerns over skin cancer. More than 1 million new cases of skin cancer are treated in the United States each year, according to the American Academy of Dermatology Web site. “Most family practitioners can check for it,” Roosevelt General Hospital Administrator James D’Agostino […]
Rachel Sauer So much for all those slammed doors, all those angst-filled hours in front of the mirror, all those Oscar-worthy face plants onto tear-stained pillows. Zits have lost their power to ruin adolescent lives. They still can ruin a perfectly good day, of course, and cause various moments of agony. But for sheer “I’m […]