By Mickey Winfield, Freedom New Mexico The middle part of August is commonly referred to as the ‘dog days’ of summer. But at Eastern New Mexico University, it’s simply known as Dawg Days. Dawg Days is a new student orientation held every August before the fall semester classes begin, and it’s purpose is to help [...]
ENMU will offer a course in basic statistics over television for fall semester.
By Thomas Garcia PNT Staff Writer Construction on N.M. 206 between Portales and Dora is scheduled to begin in August. The construction will last three months and have a cost of $5 million, said New Mexico Department of Transportation spokesperson Manon Arnett. The funding for the project is $4 million. Arnett said the overbid will [...]
PNT Staff Report Elida will be holding a flea market and arts and crafts fair the third Saturday of June, July and August. “The goal is to bring the townspeople together one day out of the month and promote the town to outside sources,” event coordinator Judy Dukes said. Starting a summertime event seemed like [...]
By Casey Peacock: PNT Staff Writer A new doctor and a new director of cardiopulmonary services were introduced at Tuesday’s monthly Roosevelt General Hospital Board meeting. Monica Panwar will specialize in internal medicine and infectious diseases while Alex Wynn replaces John Bridges director of cardiopulmonary services. Bridges was appointed Portales Fire Department chief. Also, Doyle [...]
• Portales resident A.A. Richardson displayed peaches that he grown on his farm on the Roswell highway. The peaches measured 13 and one- half inches in circumference. Richardson stated that he didn’t do anything special to the peaches, but did keep them “watered and fertilized good.” • Portales High School junior Louise Romero spent her [...]
• T.R. Allen, owner of College Cleaners, reported that he had sold his operation to Olen Rothenm operator of Deluxe Cleaners. • The city council was awaiting the arrival of a new D-6 Caterpillar steel wheel tractor that would be used in service with city crews. • Summer suits were on sale for $42.50 at [...]
• A Horned Toad, picked up by L. L. Binkley in Ruidoso gave birth to 20 toads at his home in Portales. • The Portales branch of the American Association of University Women reported that they raised $53 with their concession stand during the Portales Days celebration. • A six bottle carton of Coca-Cola was [...]