Boys Scouts plans Ten Commandment hike

Freedom New Mexico The El Llano Grande Boy Scouts District is planning a Ten Commandments hike on May 1. The hike will last from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Participants will be introduced to a variety of faiths and houses of worship. Scouts will hike to churches, avoiding major traffic areas. Each stop will be […]

Local churches prepare for Easter

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By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer On the cusp of Holy Week, local churches have a variety of plans to remember the last days and resurrection of Christ. “It’s an opportunity for Christians to remember the significance of the sacrifice that Christ made for us and to walk with him during his last hours and […]

PHS Choir holds variety show

Freedom New Mexico The Portales High School Choral Department has scheduled a variety show at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday. The show features Portales students ages 8 and up in a number of formats, including singing, dancing, flag twirling and yo-yos. Admission is $5, and children 5 and younger get in free. Tickets are […]

Business feature: Sodexo caters to variety of tastes

Freedom New Mexico Tracy Kelly is the general manager of Sodexo catering at Eastern New Mexico University. Sodexo not only creates meals for students but also caters to the needs of the surrounding area for weddings, parties or any special occasion. Kelly, who moved to Portales in April, said Sodexo provides a variety of menu […]

Business feature: Rubber stamp kit spurs business

By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Clyde Powell and Doug Lynch operate Sport Lab. They make a variety of items for people to wear, treasure or display. A bit of history: Powell got started in 1968 processing black and white film of football and basketball at Farwell High School when the athletic director asked him […]

April 12, 2009 On the Shelves

Food Hates You, Too: and Other Poems by Robert Weinstock This loud, slightly irreverent volume of poetry captures a variety of thoughts on food, eating, and dining.

Home Arts at heart of fair

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By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor The Home Arts Building at the Roosevelt County Fair is the place numerous county residents make their fair connection. The variety of divisions and categories provide opportunities for a wide range of talents from baking and canning to handiwork and woodwork. Even though she’s entered items in the Roosevelt […]

Band set for concert at Ned Houk

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Freedom New Mexico The Clovis Community Band will perform a variety of standard band pieces, Broadway selections and a few marches in the informal setting of Ned Houk Park, according to conductor Dustin Seifert. “This setting will be more relaxed than in a concert hall, because people can talk and socialize while listening to the […]

1-18-08 It’s Their Job

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Name: Kirk Wilson Job: Patrolman for Portales Police dept Time on the job: Eight years Background: Volunteer for police department in Arcadia, Calif. Beginning in 1997 for two years. Q. Describe what your job entails? A. Enforcing traffic laws. I’m also coordinator for the Portales Adopt-a-Cop program. Q. What is a typical day on the […]

Wheat variety tests improving yields

By Rex Kirksey: Guest Columnist As the wheat harvest approaches, we are all hoping the threat of hail holds off for at least a few more weeks. But, even before this year’s wheat crop is out of the field, planting plans for next fall should be well under way. Proper variety selection is one management […]