United Way, CCC offering training

Freedom New Mexico United Way of Eastern New Mexico and Clovis Community College are teaming up to provide non-profit training. Erinn Burch, director of United Way of Eastern New Mexico, said the training will consist of nine monthly four-hour training sessions via instructional television. Topics will include strategic planning and marketing, staff management, financial management, […]

Midwestern routs Hounds in division finale

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Freedom New Mexico BLACKWATER DRAW — Midwestern State pulled away with 23 points in the final 13 minutes Saturday night and the Mustangs handed Eastern New Mexico University a 50-17 loss in a Lone Star Conference South Division football game at Greyhound Stadium. Midwestern (8-2, 3-2 South), ranked 13th in NCAA Division II, took the […]

Burrito lady feeding my addiction

By Karl Terry: PNT columnist Where the heck is that burrito lady anyway? Not at all unlike a den of drug addicts without a fix, the withdrawal symptoms are becoming problematic around the office where I work. Folks aren’t hooked on illicit substances though, just hot burritos, which we normally get delivered to our driveway […]

Many resources available to military families

By Anita Tedaldi: PNT columnist There are many organizations which use their time and resources to help military families. Each one of them has a slightly different focus but they all serve a very important purpose: they link military families to resources and to the help they need. During deployments, life for those back home […]

Civil liberties larger issue affecting gays

Freedom New Mexico On Wednesday, President Barack Obama signed into law legislation making it a federal crime to assault somebody due to his or her sexual orientation or gender identity. The legislation was named for Matthew Shepard, who tragically became a household name after dying from being brutally beaten and tied to a fence in […]

Hospital auxiliary news

The Oct. 21 meeting of the Roosevelt General Hospital Auxiliary took place in the Conference Room at RGH with President Sid Phillips presiding. A thank-you letter from Home Health Care for providing a walker for their use for patients was read. Discussions of several items for purchase were introduced, some were tabled, and actions were […]

Choir news

Students make all-district choir Congratulations to the following students for making All-District Honor Choir. They will be singing in Artesia on Nov. 20th with other students from around the district. The students rehearse all day and performed that evening with more than 100 students in each choir. Choir director Franklin Smith wishes to express how […]

Healthy snacks featured on show

By Sheryl Borden: Creative living Information on healthy snacks for kids, making happiness a choice and online room planning will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and noon Thursday. Mary Lee Chin is a registered dietitian and nutrition expert for the California Raisin Marketing Board, and she knows how important […]

Annual fellowship and breakfast scheduled

Freedom New Mexico The eighth annual fellowship and breakfast aimed at “celebrating America’s Christian heritage, honoring those who serve” is set for 7 a.m. Nov. 7 at the Southside Fellowship Center, 301 W. 18th St. The event is expected to feature the American Legion Honor Guard, special music and prayer leaders from a variety of […]

Business receives award

Freedom New Mexico Plains Farm and Ranch of Portales has received a Golden Achievement Award from Golden Acres Genetics seed company, according to a news release from the company. The annual awards recognize Golden Acres “resellers” who made significant contributions to the yearly sales effort. In the press release, Golden Acres President Lou Buice praised […]

Portales woman killed after being hit by pickup truck

Freedom New Mexico A 71-year-old Portales woman was killed Friday when struck by a pickup truck, according to police Capt. Lonnie Berry. Gloria Ann Inge was crossing the intersection at Second and Abilene Streets when the pickup hit her. Inge was taken to Roosevelt General Hospital. Berry said Saturday an investigation is ongoing and more […]

Fishing clinic scheduled Saturday

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By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer It’s time for the Oasis State Park Kid’s Fishing Clinic. The annual event next Saturday draws young and old to learn about fish, tying hooks, bait and casting. Oasis State Park Manager Jim Whary said the New Mexico Game and Fish Department put together the fishing clinic. “Children are […]

Student group questions greyhound acquisition

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer Not everyone is thrilled with the prospect of a pair of live greyhounds serving as mascots at Eastern New Mexico University. One group on campus is questioning the expense of caring for the dogs, potential liability and the psychological adjustment the dogs must make. But university President Steve Gamble […]

No plans proposed for Portales’ tallest building

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By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer It’s well known the tallest building in Clovis, Hotel Clovis, was once used as sleeping quarters for many but is now unoccupied. The same is true for the tallest building in Portales. Unlike the Hotel Clovis, however, no plans have been drawn up to revive the seven-story Lincoln Hall […]

Hounds score in second OT to nip Rattlers

Freedom New Mexico SAN ANTONIO — Senior defender Michael James forced overtime on a goal with three seconds left in regulation and senior forward Mario Alarcon scored midway thorugh the second sudden-death overtime Saturday, giving Eastern New Mexico University a 3-2 non-league men’s soccer victory over St. Mary’s. With the win, the Greyhounds (11-5-2) added […]

Tarleton keeps Zias winless in LSC play

Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State pushed Eastern New Mexico University to the brink of a third consecutive winless Lone Star Conference season on Saturday, handing the Zias a 25-17, 25-18, 25-15 loss. ENMU (5-22, 0-12 LSC) will have to beat conference champion West Texas A&M, ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division II, […]

Nov. 9, 1970

Portales High School Ram cagers began drills last Monday in preparation for their season’s opener Dec. 4, against West Las Vegas.

Nov. 7, 1965

Navy Lt. j.g. Jack D. Woodul of Portales received the Air Medal aboard the U.S.S. Independence in the China Sea.

Nov. 6, 1966

The Ek-O-Le-La Camp Fire group met last week in the Steiner School lunch room. They elected Debbie Allison president, Jo Beth Glasscock vice president, Twila Hardin secretary, Kathy Roberson treasurer and Percingula Ruiz reporter.

Nov. 5, 1963

The day after tomorrow wouldn’t be a good day to plan the perfect crime in Portales. Around 200 sheriffs and police department personnel from around Eastern New Mexico and Western Texas will be here for the semi-annual meeting of their association.