No complaining about community service

By Jim Lee I’ve been thinking about it and have arrived at the conclusion that people are quicker to complain than they are to praise. Why is this? Oh, I certainly do my share of bellyaching, but running my mouth about something positive sure makes me feel better than going on and on about some […]

Short night a time to elope

By Bob Huber There was a crucial moment preceding my half-century matrimonial partnership that made my future wife Marilyn shout, “You WHAT?” Her scary attitude resulted from something I mumbled in her ear about eloping and getting married. We were students at the time at the University of Colorado, a campus full of world class […]

Oct. 3 Obituaries

Daniel Boone, 49 Daniel “Dan” Scott Boone, 49, died Friday, Oct. 1, 2004, at Princeton Place in Albuquerque. He was born on April 17, 1955, in Portales, to Mary Lynne and Fred Boone. He was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include a son, Zeke Boone; two daughters, Kathryn and Mary Lynn Boone; a […]

Oct. 3 Public Record

The following divorces were incorrectly stated as being recently filed in the Roosevelt County Courthouse: • Terry Lynn Sherburne and Lisa Sherburne. The case before the court was involving custody matters. The two finalized their divorce 13 years ago. • Bernadine Cordova and Ray Cordova. The case before the court was involving custody matters. The […]

Cannon had gift of giving

By Laurie Stone Irene Cannon was a quiet woman with the gift of giving. Family members described Cannon as being the type of person you could count on when you were in need. She was said to have been a rock that was steady and consistent. “When things went awry, she was someone you could […]

Wall enjoys helping others

Your name: Lynne Wall Your job: C.J.’s Pillbox Your age (and birth date): 50, Nov. 13, 1953 Your hometown: Floyd Occupation: Pharmacy clerk Your family (spouse, children, names, and ages): Johnny, 51, husband; Kalon, 32, daughter; Kade, 24, son; Rylan, 6, grandson. What do you think of Portales? “It is a great place to raise […]

Hounds erase 23-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat ASU 38-35

PNT Staff SAN ANGELO, Texas — Senior quarterback Steven Hinson’s 31-yard touchdown pass to Derrick Hunter with 1:03 left capped a fourth-quarter rally from a 23-point deficit, lifting Eastern New Mexico University to a 38-35 win over Angelo State Saturday night in a Lone Star Conference South Division football game. The play completed a seven-play, […]

Zias drop South match to ACU in five games

PNT Staff ABILENE, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team has put together an outstanding record the last two years in fifth games — until this weekend. The Zias dropped their second consecutive five-gamer to open Lone Star Conference South Division play, losing on Saturday to Abilene Christian 30-27, 25-30, 30-18, 27-30, 15-6. […]

Zias complete weekend sweep by trouncing St. Gregory’s

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By Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University junior forward Karly Parkans got out of her “funk” in a big way Saturday. Parkans, who had scored just one goal since getting two in a season-opening win at Dallas Baptist, punched in three goals on Saturday as the Zias rolled past St. Gregory’s 5-1 at the ENMU […]