Financial advice found in guide

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By Eric Butler: Freedom New Mexico At the end of a long, distinguished career in the military, those in the service are practically experts on how to make a smooth transition in moving across country or even to other countries. But what about those just starting out? Those in need of handy moving tips, whether […]

Clovis man charged with starting fire

Freedom New Mexico Police arrested a 24-year-old Clovis man on Monday in connection with a 2004 fire at the Clovis Bender Chevrolet Dealership, according to a press release from the Clovis Police Department. Aaron Quinones is charged with breaking into the dealership to steal money from a safe, starting a fire that caused $1.5 million […]

Boot fund-raiser starts Thursday

PNT Staff Report The boot is back. The Portales Fire Department is starting its annual “Filling the Boot” fund-raiser. Starting today, members of the department will be on Avenue C at the intersections of First and Second Streets. The drive will run 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday. That time is the […]

Fireworks sales starting to explode

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By Thomas Garcia: PNT Staff Writer Fireworks vendors in Curry and Roosevelt counties said sales are picking up as July 4 nears. “We have been open since June 20 and have already had to order more fireworks,” said Karlee Johnson of TNT Fireworks in Clovis. Johnson said that her family has operated the stand for […]

Temporary disability changes perspective

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom Newspapers Life came to a standstill this past week as I went under the knife and had surgery as far down as you can go, on my foot. It didn’t matter what pressing matters I needed to attend to or not. I wasn’t going to be going anywhere, at least not […]

March 20, 1980

The long looked forward to time has arrived. It’s Jamboree time! Starting at 7:00 o’clock Thursday evening there will be three performances and all who have attended in former years know that country and music fans will really get their money’s worth! It’s a great show don’t miss it! Chairs on the floor are $2.50 […]

Feb. 1, 1978

Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Alpha Epsilion will go at it Thursday night in the ROTC Armory at Eastern in a Donkey Basketball game sponsored by the two social organizations and ROTC at ENMU. The game is slated for an 8:00 starting time in the Armory and adults may get into the contest for $1.50 […]

Taos Tigers beat Rams

By Mickey Winfield, PNT Staff Writer Saturday was not a good day to be a Ram. Taos senior guard Joe Montoya scored 17 of his game best 23 points in the second half as the Tigers defeated the Rams 52-43 in Portales’ final game of the Ram Basketball Shootout. To add injury to insult, the […]

Hounds hoping to shock LSC

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers If junior quarterback Michael Benton has anything to say about it, the Eastern New Mexico University football team will punch holes in the Lone Star Conference South Division’s preseason poll which placed the Greyhounds last out of seven teams. Second-year coach Mark Ribaudo doesn’t even want to talk about the […]

TV producer gives students dose of reality

Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer A television producer’s message to university students on Thursday was clear — anyone can be a success in the entertainment business, but it takes hard work and a belief in yourself. David Wallach, a six-time Emmy-winning television producer, spoke to Eastern New Mexico University students at the Becky Sharp Auditorium […]