Events Calendar April 25, 2008

Today ENMU Regents meeting — 9:30 a.m. Regents Room at ENMU Portales “The Foreigner” drama — 7 p.m., Main Stage University Theatre Center, ENMU, $8 general admission Saturday “The Foreigner” drama — 6 p.m., (gala meal to follow) Main Stage University Theatre Center, ENMU, $15 general admission Alumni Bowl II football/golf game — 8 a.m. […]

Editorial: FBI should focus on real threats

The mistrial last week in the case of the “Liberty City Seven” highlights the foolishness of some of the government’s tactics in trying to track down domestic terrorists. The defendants were a group of ne’er-do-wells in a poor neighborhood of Miami who talked foolishly, were infiltrated by the FBI and then were charged with being […]

Childhood spring memories

By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer April showers bring May flowers. I remember that saying well from my childhood. And with those April showers came plenty of croaking frogs to keep us awake at night. This cloudy time of year reminds me of my unforgettable childhood days growing up in the barrio of north Portales, […]

Religion Calendar April 25

Saturday Prayer Manual Booksigning — 10 a.m.-noon and 2-4 p.m. “The Believer’s Prayer Manual: A Study on Prayer” by the Rev. Gary D. Mitchell, dean of Wayland Baptist University-Clovis. The Master’s Centre, 810 E. 21st St., Clovis. Information: 762-1924. Sunday High Plains Harvest Crusade with Evangelist Jay Lowder — 7 p.m. nightly through Wednesday at […]

Nation needs prayer now more than ever

By Joan Clayton Prayer is needed now more than ever. We have many evils attacking within and without. America is at a crossroads. National Day of Prayer is Thursday. The theme this year is “The Lord is my strength and my shield; my heart trusts in him, and I am helped.” May we come together […]

Weather concerns cause schedule adjustment

The scheduled series between the Eastern New Mexicio University baseball team and West Texa A&M has been adjusted due to inclement weather forecast for the Canyon, Texas area this weekend. The teams will open their series with a doubleheader at 1 p.m. MST Friday and play a second doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday.

Calton Furniture closing doors after decades

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By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer After nearly half a century of friendly customer service, quality merchandise and family savvy, Calton Furniture will be closing its doors. There is no certain date yet for when the store will close. Co-owner Sharon Davis says that will happen when all the pieces are sold or the entire […]

Water group receives funds for Ute Pipeline

Freedom New Mexico The Eastern New Mexico Rural Water Authority Ute Water Pipeline Project was awarded $4.52 million in the 2008 Water Trust Board funding cycle Wednesday in Santa Fe, according to a press release from the city of Clovis. The funding is a 20 percent loan, and 80 percent grant agreement, and is repayable […]

Trial date set for Portales woman accused of killing son

By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor A Portales woman accused of killing her 6-year-old son in January 2007 faces a September trial date.Teresa Gilman, 25, was ruled competent to stand trial in February and indicted Feb. 27

MS fundraiser to be held Saturday

By Sarah Meyer, PNT Staff Writer The second annual fundraiser for multiple sclerosis will be held at 10 a.m. April 26 at Clovis Community College. Proceeds will help with educational programs, financial support for patients with MS and research, said April Brownlee, walk coordinator for the Panhandle Division of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. She […]

Events Calendar April 24

Today Roosevelt County Chamber of Commerce Banquet — 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. ENMU Retirees reception — 3 p.m., SAS Atrium at ENMU Jazz Ensemble/Jazz Combo concert — 7 p.m., Buchanan Hall in the Music Building, free admission “The Foreigner” drama — 7 p.m., Main Stage University Theatre Center, ENMU, $8 general […]

Class teaches self-defense techniques

By Airman 1st Class Evelyn Chavez, 27th SOW Public Affairs Self-defense in the form of martial arts is often thought of as a recreation sport for children. But with April being Sexual Assault Awareness month, Jean Masters, sexual assault response coordinator representative, decided to set up a self-defense class for all Cannon Air Force Base […]

Sports Briefs April 25

Saturday Cosmic Family Fun Night — 5 p.m. Cannon Lanes. Monday Nine-hole Scramble — 5 p.m. Shotgun start, Whispering Winds. Retiree special — Golfers with a retired military ID will receive $2 off daily green fees and 50 percent off electric carts. Mondays and Tuesdays only for April-October. Tuesday Retiree special — Golfers with a […]

What's Happening April 25

Friday Discover Home Travel Fair — 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Doc Stewart Park. Social hour — 4:27 p.m. in the lounge at The Landing Saturday End Zone Bar — Open 5 p.m.-midnight. Youth Center — 7 p.m., Teen Lock-In. Youth Center — Open recreation. 4-H cooking and photography club, Keystone Club, Image Makers, Fit Factor […]

Fabrication flight fixes, maintains aircraft structure

USAF photo: Airman 1st Class James R. Bell Airman 1st Class Stephen Johnson, 27th Special Operations Maintenance Operations Squadron, applies a protective sheet over a stencil of the special operations emblem at Building 199. This emblem will be placed onto an aircraft tail near the Landing. By 1st Lt. George Tobias, 27th SOW Public Affair […]

Cannon Briefs April 25

The Community Center holds monthly Project Cheer events at The End Zone: Open Mic Night, KAUF (Knowledge of Absolutely Useless Facts) Night, Chess/Old Skool Gaming Night and various other events. Information: www.projectcheer.org or 784-6381. Now hiring — Services HRO Office hours are 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday.Current positions open: Life guards, cooks, waiters, food service workers, […]

Cancer study seeks local participants

Volunteers are needed to participate in a long-term Cancer Prevention Study 3 through the American Cancer Society. The study enrollment initially will be conducted from 5:30-9:30 p.m. May 2, during the first night of the Clovis/ Curry County Relay for Life at Ned Houk Park in Clovis. The Cancer Prevention Study 3 at the local […]

CAFB changes aircraft operating hours

Cannon Air Force Base has adjusted the hours of its airfield operations to further accommodate Air Force Special Operation Command’s mission requirements. Hours of operation for Cannon’s airfield are currently from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m., so local residents may notice aircraft noise during later hours. Airfield operations vary throughout the year due to mission […]

Cannon Community April 25

Relay for Life Teams are organizing for this year’s Clovis/Curry County Relay for Life, which begins at 6 p.m. May 2 at Ned Houk Park in Clovis. Sponsored by the American Cancer Society, more than 4,800 relays are held nationwide to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost and to raise money. Individuals interested in […]

Bee colony latest addition at Natural History Museum

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By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer A colony of buzzing insects will mind their own bees wax when they arrive at their new home inside the Natural History Museum at Eastern New Mexico University. However, the public will get a chance to check into the bees’ business. A bee hive has been constructed inside the […]