Monday morning briefing: A video game, golf and a dead man’s hand

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Video game of the week Game: From Dust Genre: Strategy System: 360, PS3, PC What is it? A god game offering a rich world full of engaging challenges. ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+ Web site: http://www.ubisoft.com Compiled from Gamespot.com Meetings watch The following governing bodies […]

Monday morning briefing: Meetings, women building and FDR

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Meetings watch The following governing bodies in Roosevelt County are scheduled to meet this week: • Roosevelt County Commission, 9 a.m. Tuesday, Roosevelt County Courthouse. The agenda includes a request to change the location of the proposed war memorial on the Square, and items […]

Tuesday morning briefing: A salute to veterans and the first bikini

Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Meetings watch The following governing bodies in Roosevelt County

Peace during holiday chaos possible

Karl Terry Peace at Christmas can mean a lot of different things to each of us. A Facebook posting from a high school classmate this week asked the question of her friends, What was at the top of our prayer list these days? I noticed that more than half the answers that came back mentioned […]

Cosmetic surgery not instant fix for life’s every problem

Anita Doberman A few days ago, I was waiting for an aerobics class to start when I casually started chatting with a woman standing next to me. Thirty seconds into our superficial conversation, my new friend couldn’t contain her excitement, and told me that in two days she would have some “work” done, and energetically […]

Newman case: Four in custody; one shot

PNT Staff Four suspects are in custody, including one who was shot by police, in connection with last week’s suspicious deaths in Portales, officials said on Tuesday morning. A news release from District Attorney Matthew Chandler said a press conference is scheduled for 2 p.m. today. Additional information was not immediately available. Portales residents Odis […]

Bodies not identified, no arrests made

By Kevin Wilson Two bodies found Thursday in a burned car southeast of Portales were still not identified on Friday. But law-enforcement officials said they have found a blue pickup that may be connected to the deaths. Now officials are asking for the public’s help in identifying anyone who may have been in the vicinity […]

Two drown at Ute Lake

By Angela Peacock Two Portales men drowned in a boating accident at Ute Lake on Thursday night. One victim was Frank Davis, who gained national attention when he paid comedian Jay Leno more than $320,000 for a celebrity-autographed motorcycle soon after Sept. 11, 2001. The money went to the Twin Towers Fund for the victims […]