Friday 7 p.m. — Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time, PG-13
Friday Christmas in July: Saving for the Holidays workshop— 9 a.m., Airman and Family Readiness Center. First Friday Barbecue — 5 p.m., The Landing Zone.
Recent calls received by Roosevelt County dispatchers, according to call logs: Saturday • At 12:02 a.m., a caller in the 200 block of North Boulder Avenue reported her grandson was out of control and broke a screen. • At 12:31 p.m., a caller in the 700 block of South Dallas Avenue reported smoke coming from […]
Adam Bitely, editor of NetRightDaily.com, also writes for the getliberty.org website. Here’s a recent sampling:
Little League District 3 Tournaments 9-10 Wednesday Game 1: Roosevelt at Zia, 7 p.m. Friday Game 2: Game 1 winner at American, 7 p.m. Saturday Game 3: Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser at Roosevelt, 7 p.m. Monday Game 4: Game 3 winner at Game 2 winner, 7 p.m. July 14 Game 5: Game […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing.First Friday Because of the July 4 weekend, Cannon Air Force Base will host its monthly First Friday event this coming Friday at The Landing Zone from 5-8 p.m. First Friday is an informal, family friendly event where individuals from on and off base can […]
Recent calls received by Roosevelt County dispatchers, according to call logs: Wednesday • At 6:42 a.m., a caller in the Floyd area of N.M. 267 reported someone had vandalized the school. • At 8:44 a.m., a caller on Main in Causey requested an officer to report a break-in at her residence. • At 4:14 p.m., […]
The following are Fourth of July celebrations planned around the region on Sunday: Saturday • Muleshoe fireworks. Entertainment starts at 7:30 p.m. (CDT), at the new city park. Entertainment by the Boot Scooters. Fireworks display starts 10 p.m. Sunday • Clovis Smoke on the Water 5K Fun Run and Walk, 8 a.m., Main Street • […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Friday briefing. If your headed north Ute Lake State Park is scheduled to host its traditional all-day July 4 celebration again this year. The day begins with a parade at 10 a.m. in Logan, followed by a horseshoe contest at the park. The fireworks display is […]
July 31, 1955: The television lineup for Portales included “Hopalong Cassidy,” “Cameo Theater” and “People are Funny.”
July 30, 1950: Newspaper color comics included “Joe Palooka,” “Boots,” “Red Ryder” and “Alley Oop.”
July 29, 1945: T.J. Tidwell Shows and Carnival were set up on the Portales baseball lot on the Clovis highway. They offered multiple rides and promised entertainment for children and grownups.
July 28, 1960: Portales police used a stopwatch to catch nine speeders on north Main Street. The area had been the scene of a collision involving two pickups earlier in the week.
July 27, 1950: J.M. Armontrout, who lived a quarter mile south of Portales’ city limits on the Lovington highway, reported honeybees were invading his home. He said they were “coming in clouds” and going through a knot hole into a wall of his home. The Portales Daily News reported “it sounds like a million little […]
July 26, 1960: Stroud’s Food Market, at 523 S. Ave. C in Portales, advertised 12-ounce bottles of catsup for 15 cents, 10-pound bags of potatoes for 49 cents and 12-ounce cans of orange juice for 39 cents.
July 25, 1945: Portales prepared to host the Veterans of Foreign Wars rodeo, which featured bronc riding, calf roping, bulldogging and bull riding. Dances were scheduled in the Safeway parking lot after the rodeo performances.
July 24, 1910: A classified ad in the Roosevelt County Herald offered an unspecified reward for the return of a lost fountain pen.
July 23, 1945: William “Happy Bill” Cope, who was promoted as an international ambassador of good will, performed musical acts in the Portales High School auditorium. He was best known for playing Stephen Foster melodies and folk songs on the banjo.
July 22, 1941: Area Boy Scouts were preparing for a city-wide canvas to collect aluminum. Officials said 10,000 pounds of aluminum went into every fighting plane and aluminum was “one of the biggest items in winning war!”
July 21, 1910: Sidewalks were appearing all around Portales. “The northwest side and southwest side of the square have complete sidewalks and the work on other sides are progressing,” the Roosevelt County Herald reported. “Bascom Howard is leading the way by having a concrete sidewalk laid in front of his residence.”