Why I’m not a good Abe Lincoln

By Bob Huber Now that all the sentimental Valentine love stuff is over, let’s talk about why this month always gives me the flimflams. It’s an emotional roller coaster dating back to a religious experience I had in the fourth grade. Each February in those days, docudramas were staged in towns across the land commemorating [...]

Jan. 12 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael I have really got some good reports on the irrigated crops. One dry land farmer’s wife said even after they were hit by hail, then delayed in harvesting because of so much rain, it still beats drought conditions. Commodities These will be distributed on Jan. 19th in Arch, Causey, Milnesand and Dora. [...]

Sept. 22 Elida News

By Nita Thurman Transitions Birthdays Sept. 26-Oct. 1: Rosie McKinney, Hadee Blake Oder, Christy Rippie Gainer, Chek Rippie, Wayne Kinman, Evelyn Powell, Herther Chandler, Trinity Watt, Gary Good, Terri Dee Tester, Greg Burris, Nadeen Buris, Clayton Shrock, Darrell Chenualt and Laura Moore. Anniversaries: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fuller Revival The Baptist Church will hold a [...]

Talking trash: May wants new plan

By David Arkin: PNT Correspondent Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series about candidates for the upcoming Roosevelt County Commission District 2 primary election. Charles May wants to be a Roosevelt County Commissioner. But he’s not ready just yet to throw his two cents in on what the commission needs to do [...]

Dora residents mad over mail

Mike Linn A group of Dora residents are afraid the local postmaster is inking up the “Return to Sender” stamp, and may start using it frequently in the near future. Dora resident Elmer Reed gathered 13 signatures opposing a new post office policy effective Sept. 6 that would return mail back to senders if they [...]