PHS has some shoes to fill heading into 2005 campaign

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By Dave Wagner After three consecutive trips to regional competition, the Portales High softball team has some shoes to fill this season. Portales graduated its pitcher (Kassandra Richards), catcher (Ashley Flores), shortstop (Kelly Parkey), center fielder (Erica Feliciano) and right fielder (Carissa Martinez) after going 12-12 (8-4 District 4-3A) last season. Richards pitched for the […]

Land sale approved

By Tony Parra City councilors during Tuesday’s city council meeting approved a resolution for the sale of city property to a Portales attorney to create offices for his law firm in the downtown area. Councilors approved the sale of 301 S. Ave. A. for $5,000 to Eric Dixon. City Attorney Stephen Doerr said the real […]

March 2 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Some of the irrigation farmers are really getting things in order for corn to be planted then the other crops will fall in line as their turn comes. I see quite a few young calves in the pastures and saw a new colt yesterday. There were a few geese in the air […]

March 2 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary Transitions Birthdays: Dena Davis; Dave Nash. Upcoming events • Lions Club will meet tonight at 7. • There will be a fire meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday. • Seniors meet Thursday night for games and friendship. • Booster Club will meet Monday at 6 p.m. • City Council will meet Tuesday at […]

March 2 Dora News

By Charlie Carmichael Sure does seem like spring has sprung, but I imagine it is just a short “Indian Summer” spell. However, the farmers are as busy as can be. The wheat is looking good. The height of the wheat is pretty relative to whether or not cattle graze in each area. Shower There have […]

Sci-fi lectureship set for Thursday

By Tony Parra Jack Williamson, who turns 97 in March, still works to pique sci-fi readers’ interests. While he usually does this through his writing, Williamson also is part of a lectureship series in its 29th year at Eastern New Mexico University. “I enjoy the lectureship,” Williamson said. “It gives me a chance to visit […]

March 1 Obituaries

Susanna Jilek, infant Services: 10 a.m Wednesday at Wheeler Mortuary Chapel in Portales. Susanna Hope Jilek, 4 1/2 months, of Albuquerque died Saturday, Feb. 26, 2005, at her home. She was born on Oct. 12, 2004, in Albuquerque, to Evie Marie Sullivan and Brook Anton Jilek. Survivors include her parents; grandparents, Cathy and Tom Sullivan, […]