Dec. 22 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Cold, breezy and nice harvesting days all last week. If it stays that way all this week, the farmers should be getting in good shape as far as gathering it all in is concerned. Now it’s time to see if the wet season did any damage to the quality of the product […]

July 27 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Wet, Wet! Praises galore for all the rain everyone has received over the past few weeks. Just keeps getting better as the ground gets some much needed depth to the moisture. Then all these showers continuing to add more and it is finally pretty general all over so it does a lot […]

July 7 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Things were rather quiet in this part of Roosevelt County over the weekend. There were no clouds for rain but Migdon Cox said one afternoon she looked out and was a regular sandstorm coming in from the north. I think it was just in a small area and did not last long. […]

May 12 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Sunday was a beautiful day for everyone celebrating Mother’s Day — even those spending the day inside. There were some mothers visiting families in Dora and Dora Mothers traveling around visiting their “younguns” and families. Ivy Allison was out from Portales visiting with her daughter, Laqueda Chavez and family, and came with […]

May 5 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael May is Osteoporosis Month and also Women’s Health Care Month. National Day of Prayer Thursday is National Day of Prayer. Our special prayers for our military, regardless of where they are, but especially those who are serving in Iraq: for God’s hedge of protection on them and those working there in the […]

April 28 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael I noticed some wheat has come up and the fields are green since the recent rains on the Rogers road. It is amazing sometime how a field will blow and it is sort of a shock when the Lord sends showers and the seeds sprout and come up. Churches The Dora Church […]

Churches celebrate unique Easter services

Darrell Maurina While most area churches are celebrating Easter in some form, the celebrations differ significantly from congregation to congregation. For Father John Rollinson, rector of St. James Episcopal Church, maintaining liturgical traditions passed down for centuries is important. “Jesus said, ‘If anyone would follow me, let him deny himself, take up his cross and […]