It’s Their Job: Janice Stockard

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PNT Correspondent Blake Downs Name: Janice Stockard Job: Lab supervisor at the University Computer Center at Eastern New Mexico University Background: Stockard grew up and attended high school in Denver City, Texas.

Students debate national issues

By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer More than 70 Eastern New Mexico University students attended a political debate that covered key issues facing the nation’s future. The debate was organized by the Student Association for Voter Empowerment organization. “I am really pleased with the turnout tonight,” said Jamie Grady, SAVE president, after the debate. “The […]

It’s Their Job: Danette McGuire

Name: Danette McGuire Job: Career development coordinator, a new position at the Counseling and Career Services at Eastern New Mexico University. Background: McGuire attended New Mexico State University and earned her bachelor’s degree in family science and master’s degree in agricultural education. She worked in the youth development field for 15 years. Time on the […]

State legislators talk business

By Gabriel Monte, Freedom New Mexico Small business owners need to get more involved in the creation of state regulations pertaining to businesses, according to Association of Commerce and Industry President Beverlee McClure. More than 70 people attended Friday’s ACI breakfast at the Clovis Civic Center, including small business owners and city, county and state […]

Late author honored

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By Thomas Garcia: PNT staff writer A panel of science fiction writers and 80 guests attended the 32nd annual Jack Williamson Lectureship on Friday at Eastern New Mexico University. This year’s lectureship marks what would have been the month of Williamson’s 100th birthday. “We were worried that when Jack died, the lectureships might end,” said […]

Elida dowser locates unmarked gravesites

By Liliana Castillo, Freedom New Mexico Marcia Leavell and longtime friend Margie Crooks attended Crooks’ father-in-law’s funeral at the Texico cemetery in 2002. They were astonished by the tall weeds that towered over the tombstones and the general condition of the more than 100-year-old cemetery. So they did something about it. “My husband came out […]

Community officials present capital outlay requests

By Gabriel Monte City, county and other community organization representatives presented state legislators with a $20 million capital outlay wish list Friday at the Legislative Breakfast. About 100 people attended the breakfast held at the Norman & Vi Petty Rock n’ Roll Museum at the Chamber of Commerce building. State Sens. Clint Harden, Gay Kernan […]

August 19, 1981

• Winners of the 1981 Roosevelt County Fair Halter Horse Show were: Leonard Johnson, Grand Champion Gelding; Shay Abernathy, Reserve Champion Gelding; Sindi Smith, Grand Champion Mare; and Jeff Estes, Reserve Champion Mare. • Seventy-five Eastern New Mexico University football players attended the opening day of practice for the upcoming season. • A Mini Canner […]

March 20, 1980

The long looked forward to time has arrived. It’s Jamboree time! Starting at 7:00 o’clock Thursday evening there will be three performances and all who have attended in former years know that country and music fans will really get their money’s worth! It’s a great show don’t miss it! Chairs on the floor are $2.50 […]

Obituaries (Dec. 22)

Patsy Ruth Patterson McCleery Services: Have been held. Patsy Ruth Patterson McCleery, 80, of Sun City, Texas, died Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, in Temple, Texas. She was born Nov. 21, 1925, in Mead, Okla., to Ottis and Irving M. Patterson. She attended Portales public schools, graduating in 1944. She volunteered for the Cadet Nurse Corps […]