April 6, 1970

Edward N. Girard was accepted by the World Academy Schools for Foreign Studies as a Group Advisor for a European study tour for the summer of 1970. The 39-day summer session will travel to locations such as Belgium, Italy and France. USDA Choice Beef Sirloin Steaks were on sale for $.98 a pound at the […]

April 5, 1964

The Floyd Future Farmers of America land team won the state title during the competition that was held in Las Cruces. Team members were Doug Medlock, Ken Morgan and Danny Miller. The Thrill of It All, Brushfire and Love With the Proper Stranger were all playing at the Tower Theatre. Fourteen inch stove pipe top […]

April 4, 1965

Joe Thompson was awarded the “Most Courteous Employee in Portales” award for the month of March. Thompson has been employed at the Slater Bros. for 17 years and was “surprised by the award,” he said. Pet of Carnation milk in the tall cans was on sale at Grady’s Food Market for 8 cans for $1.00.

Tornado assistance

Freedom Newspapers A summary of key federal disaster aid programs that can be made available as needed and warranted under President Bush’s major disaster declaration for New Mexico. Assistance for affected individuals and families can include: • Rental payments for temporary housing for those whose homes are unlivable. Initial assistance may be provided for up […]

Farmers fear ethanol demand could bump up corn prices

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By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer Ethanol industry demands could cause escalating prices for dairy and livestock producers. Corn production is expected to increase, say analysts, but demand still may not be met, affecting everything from feed prices to prices at the grocery store. Corn prices are holding steady around the $4 mark, according to […]

ENMU students asked to help

PNT Staff The Eastern New Mexico University student government is asking students, faculty and staff not taking assessment tests Wednesday to assist the city of Clovis or the American Red Cross with continued tornado cleanup. “The city’s residents and businesses have greatly supported our university throughout the years, and it is time for Eastern to […]

President signs disaster declaration

Staff and Wire Reports President Bush declared a major disaster in Curry and Quay counties Monday because of tornado damage, making residents in those regions eligible for federal funds. Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and other programs to help individuals and business owners […]

Angelo State sweeps Hounds in LSC South doubleheader

Freedom Newspapers SAN ANGELO, Texas — If nothing else, Angelo State’s offense was efficient on Sunday. The Rams scored 25 runs on 21 hits and stranded just six baserunners in posting a 14-9, 11-9 Lone Star Conference South Division baseball sweep of Eastern New Mexico University. By contrast, the Greyhounds left 18 runners on base […]

Fallen Tiger inspires new baseball field

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By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer Nearly a year after his death, friends and family of Oscar Acosta hope the memory of the former major and minor league coach will manifest into a new baseball field that bears his name. Sen. Stuart Ingle, R-Portales, and Rod Adair, R-Roswell, secured $125,000 in capital outlay funds last […]