Jan. 18, 1960

Roosevelt County 4-H Club Awards Night will be Tuesday, Jan. 19, in the Eastern New Mexico University Theatre, according to the announcement of Edwin Garnett, Associate County Agent. The program will begin at 7:00 p.m., and since it will be broadcast “live” over KENW, promptness is essential. The awards will include leaders pins, honorary memberships, […]

Nature of war affects medal count

By Tom Philpott: Military Update The changed nature of war — not command indifference or bureaucratic inertia as some critics allege — is likely the reason why only two Medals of Honor have been awarded to U.S. forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, a senior Marine Corps officer told lawmakers last Wednesday. With remotely detonated bombs […]

MainStreet basking in awards

Bryant Million: PNT Staff Writer The Portales MainStreet Program received four statewide awards Wednesday at the New Mexico Mainstreet Summer Institute in Farmington. The program won both the Excellence in Business Incentive and Excellence in Downtown Promotion Event, according to a press release from the New Mexico Economic Development Department. Local business owners won awards […]

June 14, 2006 Floyd News

By Jennifer Essary: PNT Correspondent Transitions Birthdays: Winifred West; Dink Miller; Mike Lee; Felecia Harvey Upcoming Events • Seniors will meet Thursday at the Floyd Senior Citizens Center for games and fellowship. Pot luck is at 6 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. • Commodities will be distributed Friday afternoon at the Bethel Baptist […]

June 11, 2006 Portales Junior High News

Portales Junior High students and their families ended the school year with an awards assembly May 22. Principal Steve Harris, teachers, and others recognized students for their hard work throughout the year. American Legion awards Webb Hutchins presented the American Legion awards to Kaitlyn Stratton and Timothy Smith. The nominees are selected on the basis […]

PNT receives second place

Staff and wire reports ALBUQUERQUE – The Portales News-Tribune won an award for second place in column writing Saturday at the 2005 New Mexico Associated Press Managing Editors award banquet. The entry was by Managing Editor Karl Terry for a column entitled “Grandma Terry” remembering the life of his grandmother following her death last fall. […]

PNT wins five press awards

PNT Staff Report AMARILLO — The Portales News-Tribune picked up five awards on Saturday from Texas’ Panhandle Press Association. PNT staffers, along with journalists from the Clovis News Journal, produced a series of reports about the future of Cannon Air Force Base, which earned the PPA’s Community Service award, one of the organization’s top prizes. […]

Locals have their own take on Oscar

By Jean Verlich Hollywood’s biggest night of the year is tonight when the Academy Awards are presented. But Hollywood insiders are predicting low ratings for the ABC broadcast because four of five best-picture nominees did not have the benefit of a big studio’s big marketing budget. It’s a mixed bag for area movie buffs, some […]

Oct. 27 Local Briefs

Class of 1966 reunion meeting set There will be a meeting to organize the reunion for the Portales High School class of 1966 at 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at Mark’s Restaurant in Portales. Anyone from the class is welcome to attend. For more information contact Sue Gray at 760-1984. Documentary wins Emmy A 30-minute documentary […]

Administrators hand out awards and farwells

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Portales High School students made the first of many memorable walks on Monday to accept academic awards for their scholastic work. For the high school seniors, it was the first of many walks they will be making on the final week of their high school career. Seniors will also […]

ENMU in negotiation for Willie Nelson concert

By Tony Parra Country legend Willie Nelson may just be going “On The Road Again” and make his way down to Portales for a concert at Eastern New Mexico University. ENMU officials confirmed that university representatives are in negotiations with the country singer to perform in Portales. “Officially we haven’t released anything,” Jeff Blake, program […]

June 6 Floyd School News

Upcoming Events • The next School Board meeting is June 14th at 7 p.m. Floyd Elementary Awards These are awards for the second semester. Perfect Attendance: Martyn Mendoza, Juan Pablo Navaro, Alfonso Villanueva, Garrett Evans, Perla Rascon, Jose Mendoza, Tessa Nall, Jesus Rascon, Margarita Rascon, Rigoberto Navarro, Marily Varela. Outstanding Character: Ryann Privett, David Delgado, […]

May 30 Elida School News

A reception honoring the kindergarten students was held May 17. Following the reception a graduation ceremony took place honoring the six students. The graduates were Sarah Massey, Trenton Bates, Hailey Nickels, Kynzi Creighton, Heaven Ruiz and Newman Seely. The first-grade students received many honors at the awards assembly. Some of the awards received were: participating […]

Awards to help seniors make transition

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By Tony Parra Portales seniors are winding down their high school careers and for some the finality hasn’t hit them yet. Not even after the Academics Assembly, which took place on Friday. “I’ve been so busy that I haven’t been able to soak it all in,” Amy Archibeque, Portales senior and facilitator of the academic […]

May 23 Dora School News

This was the last week of school for grades 1-12. The elementary awards assembly was from 8:30-10:30 a.m. These students have accomplished alot this year and I am very proud of each of them. Of course, they are just regular kids and some are a little rambunctious and others are absolutely adorable, but all are […]

May 23 Floyd School news

Upcoming Events Last day of school is Wednesday! School will let out early on this day. Elementary Awards Assembly will be Wednesday morning at 8:30 a.m. Thursday is a teacher in-service day. Report cards will be mailed on Friday. Library Books Please return any library books to the library ASAP. If books are not returned […]

May 23 Elida School News

The Elida School academic awards assembly was held May 14 in the high school gym. Those receiving junior high awards are as follows: 7th English, Ethan Jasso; 7th reading, Ryan Best and Allison Powell; 7th math, Megan Bumguardner; 7th history, Ryan Best, 8th social studies, Janice Taylor; 8th English, Wesley Gilmore and Christyn Lee; 8th […]

May 9 Floyd School News

Upcoming Events • There will be a Band Recital Monday at 6:30 p.m. • The School Board will meet Monday at 7 p.m. • Fourth-Grade Track will be in Elida on Tuesday. • The Athletic Banquet is Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. • Academic Awards will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Field Trips Several classes have […]

May 9 Elida School News

The junior high basketball girls team won first place at an AAU Tournament in Lubbock a couple of weeks ago. Way to go girls. They beat several Lubbock teams and we are really proud of them.   Vocational Awards The vocational awards were held April 23rd. Mrs. McAfee recognized the members of the BPA: Shay […]

April 25 FTCS School News

Music Performance The high school music theory class will be performing May 7th at 7:30 p.m. at the ACTS building located at 1500-1/2 S. Ave. D. Field Trip On Tuesday, students in grades 1-4 will go to the Clovis Zoo, have a picnic lunch, and go for ice cream. The 5th and 6th grade classes […]