Nov. 7 Elida School News

Elida Municipal Schools celebrated Red Ribbon week, Oct 25-28, in style. On Monday it was wear red day with National Honors Society members handing out bracelets. A drug awareness movie was also shown to the students. On Tuesday it was dress your best day. Red ribbons were handed out and Officer Rosa of the Roosevelt […]

Nov. 7 Portales Junior High News

Serious volleyball Students teamed up against the teachers for an interesting volleyball tournament Wednesday morning. A pair of student teams played with the winner of that playing a teacher team. The official score indicated that the students won seven of the eight games against teachers. More than one teacher blamed the referee for the scores. […]

Nov. 7 Broad Horizons News

Entrepreneurship is a class that Broad Horizons offers its students. These students are learning an array of skills that are related to running a business called “Stitch It.” They even have their own business that is operational and ready to serve the public. They have done everything from the norm like ball caps, shirts and […]

Nov. 7 Faith Triumphant News

By Donna Kelly The fifth- through eighth-grade art classes are buying clay for sculptures they will be making in art class. Parents, please send $10 to the school by Wednesday to help defray the cost of the clay.   Operation Christmas Child Students will participate again this year in Operation Christmas Child.  It is the […]

Nov. 7 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael On Friday the drama and choir students have a field trip to Lubbock concert, leaving at 2:30 p.m. Sports The basketball teams, junior high boys and girls host Melrose at 4 p.m. on Nov. 16. Thanksgiving The season is here and the days out of school are Nov. 24-29. So you now […]

Nov. 7 Public Record

The following criminal dispositions were recently filed in the magistrate court: — Nicole Moya, 18, found guilty of battery on a household member and will serve 364 days of supervised probation. — Joe Moran, 23, found guilty of false reporting and was ordered to pay fines. — Agustin Gutierrez, 47, found guilty of speeding, evading […]

Roads, housing cited as top economic concerns

By Tony Parra City and county officials from southeastern New Mexico pleaded their cases for funding on Thursday with a focus on roads, correctional facilities and water projects. New Mexico Finance Authority Oversight Committee members met with officials from several counties and cities to discuss their legislative priorities and needs in the Sandia Room of […]

Former ASENMU president at odds with current president

By Mike Linn A former Eastern New Mexico University student-body president is the center of a tug of war among the state’s most prominent student leaders, some of whom want to strip him of his title as the president of the Associated Students of New Mexico. Bob Cornelius, ENMU’s student body president last year who […]

Hardin one of four finalist for Curry County position

By David Irvin Curry County has narrowed its list of candidates for county manager to four. Candidates being considered to succeed Geneva Cooper when she retires in December are: • Roosevelt County Administrator Charlene Hardin; • Capt. Chris L. Pacheco of the national guard; • Curry County special projects coordinator and purchasing officer Twila Rutter-Wooley; […]

Cheese plant looking for construction workers

Freedom Newspapers The Southwest Cheese Company is looking to hire 400 talented workers from the Clovis area to work construction over the next year for their new plant being built south of town, according to a press release distributed by the company. If the building project stays on schedule, the facility should be commissioned in […]