Jan. 28, 1951: The Portales Daily News: City Police Chief Doyle Henderson warned youths today that the city’s curfew law would be enforced. He said a rise in juvenile delinquency in Portales was responsible for the decision.
By Keith Gardner: Guest columnist The day many of us warned of is now here. New Mexico’s budget deficit has risen to somewhere around the $650 million mark. This problem was not just caused by the shrinking economy and the declining state revenue that followed — it was also caused by state government overspending. Between [...]
By Baxter Black: PNT columnist When the Asian flu hit the country in 2003, were people warned to stay away from Chinese restaurants and Japanese cars? When the West Nile virus was diagnosed in humans did the Health Department tell us to avoid going to Egypt? Does riding Tennessee walkers give you a charley horse? [...]