Greyhounds sign large class

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Should Eastern New Mexico University again be a Lone Star Conference football contender, Wednesday may be viewed as the day the turnaround started. “I’m just delighted,” said Ribaudo, who teams have gone 15-26 in his first four seasons. “Our coaches worked their tails off and it’s a great day […]

Medical examiner searching for links between infection victims

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 — […]

Dec. 21, 1960

Visiting teacher Floy Wood announced that

ENMU Briefs Dec. 16

Contest winners announced The Eastern New Mexico University Speech and Hearing office won the Support Senate’s Christmas door-decorating contest, and the $72 pot. Communication Services came in second, Accounts Payable placed third and the Registrar’s Office took honorable mention. Tammi Gardner, vice president of the Support Senate, said, “The judges said that the contest illustrated […]

Poster contest winners announced

PNT staff Suzanne Cottrell’s fifth-hour fine arts class is the winner of a Roosevelt General Hospital poster contest recognizing Oct. 20-24 as Infection Control Week. The contest was for sixth-grade fine arts classes at W.E. Lindsey Elementary School. A pizza party will be held for the winning class.

Oct. 16, 1967

Postmaster Bill Foster announced that the times that the mail was to leave Portales had changed. Now all mail had to be in by 10:50 a.m. every day rather than the former 12:30 p.m.

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac solid for now

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Local Briefs July 11

PNT Staff Reports CSC holding barbecue The Community Services Center will hold its annual barbecue benefit dinner from 4-7 p.m. today at the senior meal site, 1100 Community Way. Proceeds benefit the senior meal site. The meal features barbecue brisket and sausage, potato salad, coleslaw, beans, roll and cobbler with ice cream. Cost is $6 […]

Editorial: DNA collection needs to be used responsibly

The federal government has announced it will expand its

Blair retires as Clovis police chief

By Sharna Johnson, Freedom New Mexico Clovis Police Chief Dan Blair announced his retirement Wednesday after 18 months in the position, according to a press release from the department. Blair’s last day will be June 30, the release said. He took over as chief Sept. 29, 2006, after Bill Carey retired. Blair, a 23-year officer, […]