Christina Calloway Tommy Heflin opens up his home to the Portales community every Wednesday night to share and teach his passion. The retired Portales native has been flintknapping for about 37 years, a hobby he loves to share with others. Flintknapping is the art of manufacturing stone points or arrowheads as ancient people did. “I […]
On Thursday night, the Lions club gathered in the park for a picnic and games. We had a lot of fun eating and visiting. Then, Tommy got out the atlatl. Tommy has shown them to us before, but this was our first chance to give it a throw. The atlatl is a weapon used by […]
Sena [image#1, align=right, size=medium] Sarah Marez and Gabriel Sena of Clovis would like to wish their daughter, Kye Lee Nieves Sena, a very special first birthday. How beautiful you have grown in the last year. Grandma Nene is watching over you every step you take. We love you. Kye is also the granddaughter of Nieves […]
Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico With Tell Runyan and his steer projected on the big screen, auctioneer Tommy Williams is looking to make a deal. A chant of, “Do I have 51? Do I have 51?” echoes through the Curry County Events Center. Hearing none, Williams declares, “I just sold that steer for $5,000.” The […]
April 29, 1955: Tommy and Brooks’ Food Market, located off the Lovington Highway, was offering large Sunkist lemons for 29 cents per dozen and Wilson’s thrift bacon for 29 cents per pound.
Revival through Nov. 8 at University Baptist Church. Preacher Howard Marsh and singer Tommy Poole.
By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico C.T. “Tommy” Bull was remembered by friends and family as a dedicated family man and law enforcement officer, and a lover of kids, animals and pranks. Bull, a retired Clovis police officer and railroad special investigator, died Aug. 15 at his home in Portales with his wife Margia by […]
The following books are available at the Portales Public Library: Pants on Fire By Meg Cabot Katie Ellison is not a liar, but telling the truth is tricky. She knows she shouldn’t be cheating on her boyfriend. Since she is running for Quahog Princess she should probably admit that she doesn’t even like quahogs. And […]
By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Zoning and nuisance issues dominated Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Roosevelt County Commission. County residents Butch and Tommy Allen raised concerns about a neighbor who has moved in approximately 80 calf hutches on adjoining property near their home just west of the city limits. Not only are the hutches […]
Dora Olmsted, 77 Services:>/b> 11 a.m. Saturday at Ballard Funeral Home, Cody, Wyo. Dora Natalie Olmsted, 77, of Powell, Wyo., died Wednesday, March 9, 2005, at her home. She was born on April 2, 1927, near Mesa, to Robert H. and Goldie V. Porter Elliott. She married Gene Olmsted, on March 25, 1960, in Powell, […]
By Nita Thurman Transitions Birthdays Oct. 17-23: Alyssa Bargas, Chris Merrick, Tommy McKinney and Shannon Wilson. Festival The Fall Festival will be held at the Elida school gym Saturday, starting around 6 p.m. There will be food and games for all. Come out and share a pleasant evening together. Volleyball Thursday, all teams will play […]