Maguire balances dual roles

By Abby Dunn: PNT Correspondent He’s been a head coach at the collegiate level for 18 years, but Mike Maguire still can never get enough of the action. “I love what I do,” said Maguire, “I want to be at all the games; I want to make sure that (athletes) are making academic progress, and […]

Commissioners take first step towards tax increments

By Tony Parra Roosevelt County commissioners had been discussing the idea of imposing tax increments because of budget deficiencies, and on Tuesda decided to take the first step in the process. Commissioners said they will take the first step in the process by publicizing the notice of intent. Roosevelt County plans for a first 1/8 […]

Talking trash: May wants new plan

By David Arkin: PNT Correspondent Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series about candidates for the upcoming Roosevelt County Commission District 2 primary election. Charles May wants to be a Roosevelt County Commissioner. But he’s not ready just yet to throw his two cents in on what the commission needs to do […]

Man in Iraq can’t make trial dates

By Darrell Todd Maurina John Schmuck is accused of battery in connection with a Clovis bar fight in November of 2002. He didn’t show up for court in April 2003, he didn’t show up for another court date last week and a warrant has been issued for his arrest. But his supporters say he has […]

Political Notebook, May 19

By David Arkin: PNT Correspondent Kernan, Palmer speak out Rep. Gay Kernan, R-Hobbs and her opponent for Senate District 42, William Palmer, also a Republican, of Lovington, are hitting the airwaves in what’s becoming one of the most interesting and hotly contested seats in the state. Two weeks ago, both candidates appeared on KENW, an […]

May 19 Obituaries

Max Hobbs, 78 Mr. Max Hobbs, 78, of Portales, died Sunday, May 16, 2004, at Vista Care Hospice in Lubbock. He was born on July 24, 1925, in Portales, to Alma Lee and Add Hobbs. He graduated from Portales High School in 1943. He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II, then […]

May 19 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Birthdays May 22-29 Leroy Radcliff, Christy West, Walter Hays, Connie Ford, Wayne Harris, Jeff Graves, Cory Baca, Fanny Nuckoles and Betty Southard. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Troyce Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bilberry. Kenna Thursday, May 20, will be a work day at the Kenna Cemetery […]

May 19 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Our area is no different than any given area in the world — some good news and some bad news. Now the problem with most reporters is the focus mostly on the bad. I am going to do the good first. We are praising God for Nancy Tivis finally getting her liver […]

May 19 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions There are no birthdays or anniversaries this week! If you have a birthday or anniversary and would like for it to be in the Floyd news, please contact me. Upcoming Events • The Floyd Kindergarten Graduation is Thursday at 6 p.m. • The Floyd High School Graduation is Saturday at 2 […]

Duct tape clearly a part of American history

By Kevin Wilson On Saturday, life changed for nearly 350 people who graduated from Eastern New Mexico University. It took somebody else’s graduation gift to make me realize the impending change one company is unleashing on our world. While attending a post-graduation celebration for some acquaintances, I noticed that one graduation gift was wrapped differently […]