Oct. 10, 1976

According to the Portales News-Tribune, 50 participants in an intercultural music workshop at ENMU sat down Friday evening to an exotic dinner that ran largely to Arabian fare, although several members of the International Students helped with the preparation. At the conclusion of the program, workshop participants moved to the Music building, where Paul Parthun [...]

Student poster contest focuses on hygiene

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer With the flu season closing in, a number of Portales sixth-graders are learning about the importance of hand washing as they convey the information via art. Carol Ainsworth’s four art classes at Lindsey Middle School are designing posters about hand washing for a Roosevelt General Hospital contest the public [...]

Oct. 5 ENMU Briefs

Alumni, employee briefs • Michael F. Shaughnessy, professor of special education, and Teresa Rowlinson of New Mexico State University are being published in Gifted Education Press. • Shaughnessy and Linda Dale Bloomberg of the Teachers College at Columbia University are being published in the International Journal of Education and Sociology. • Mark Dal Porto, professor [...]

It’s their job: Student says she has passion for houses

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Name: Karla van der Ploeg Job: Prudential associate broker for Portales homes Background: I am originally from Holland. Six years ago I moved to and started attending high school in Clovis. I stayed there for two years and then moved back to Holland for a year. Then I came back and started to attend Eastern [...]

Council to discuss funds for landscaping

By Eric Butler: PNT staff writer Portales City Council members are expected to hear Tuesday how federal stimulus funds will be used to improve landscaping for medians on U.S. Highway 70. Improvements are part of a $247,000 award through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act intended for the Highway 70 medians and other landscape work [...]

Tucumcari air show planned

Freedom New Mexico The 17th annual Tucumcari Rotary Club Air Show comes to the Tucumcari Airport on Wednesday with a full slate of performances and acts. The gates will open at 10 a.m. The main attraction will be the Canadian Air Force Snowbirds. The Snowbirds fly nine jets at the same time and perform numerous [...]

Candidate’s business accused of discrimination

Freedom New Mexico The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a lawsuit against Clayton Ranch Market in Clayton. Clayton Ranch Market is owned by former District 67 State Rep. Brian Moore, who has entered the race for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor of New Mexico. The lawsuit claims the store did not hire [...]

Central Oklahoma snaps Zia soccer streak

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Central Oklahoma crashed the net, and steamrolled a pair of Eastern New Mexico streaks in the process. Katleyn Cropp scored off a deflected pass in the first half for the first goal against the Zias in nearly 500 minutes, and the Bronchos exploded for three goals in the first [...]

10-4 Elida news

Volleyball Oct. 6 – Melrose @ Elida – JH, JV, V – 4:30 p.m. Oct. 8 – Ft. Sumner @ Elida – JH, JV,V – 4:30 p.m.

10-4 Floyd news

Tuesday • 4:30 p.m. Lady Bronco volleyball Dora at Floyd (Junior high, junior varsity and varsity).