Freedom New Mexico The price for Sunday editions of the Clovis News Journal and Portales News-Tribune is going up by 25 cents. Freedom New Mexico, which publishes both papers, is increasing the price from $1 to $1.25 effective Sunday to offset production costs, according to Publisher Ray Sullivan. Sullivan said the rising cost of utilities, […]
By Joan Clayton: PNT religion columnist Life is a great adventure … a journey, if you please. It is filled with turns, detours, surprises, excitement and most of all, love. Many dance through life but never hear the music. That is sad to me. We all need a giant dose of enthusiasm.
Name: Lacy Price Job: Waitress at Mark’s Restaurant and Catering Background: Price was raised in Texico, but moved to Portales to study speech therapy at Eastern New Mexico University Time on job: Two years What does your job entail? Typical waitress duties. My overall job is to keep customers happy. What is a typical day […]
By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer Area dairy farmers, like their counterparts around the nation, are struggling financially due to the global economic downturn. Alan Anderson of Anderson Dairy near Portales said milk prices are low and many dairies, including his, are locked into high-priced feed contracts set when predictions for milk prices were much […]
By Gabriel Monte: Freedom New Mexico The city’s air service provider will be bidding for another two-year contract, according to Great Lakes Airlines spokeswoman Monica Taylor. The U.S. Department of Transportation is accepting bids for a two-year contract for commercial air service to Albuquerque from Clovis and Silver City, according to a news release from […]
Freedom New Mexico Confusion over proposed new rules for hunting on private property in New Mexico is prompting a special State Game Commission hearing. The public meeting is at 1 p.m. Saturday in Albuquerque at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. The commission is interested hearing public concerns about a new rule […]
By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico Health investigators probing three Curry County cases involving an invasive bacteria have found no direct connection between the victims, according to an epidemiologist with the state health department. Wednesday, the New Mexico Health Department announced that two Curry County residents — a 23-year-old woman and a 53-year-old man — […]
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By Glenda Price: PNT columnist I’m sure it’s written someplace that every ranch boy must try riding a bull — in a rodeo — at least once in his life. In the olden days most every town had an amateur rodeo every year — usually a jackpot deal. That was the perfect place for a […]