Nov. 28 Portales Junior High News

By Billie Dixon Basketball schedules Monday will find both the seventh-grade girls’ teams and the eighth-grade “A” team heading to Clovis to play the Yucca teams. Tuesday the eighth-grade girls’ “B” team travels to Lea County to play Hobbs. The boys eighth-grade “A” team and both seventh-grade boys teams host Yucca Monday. On Tuesday the […]

Nov. 28 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming Events • The Christmas Program will be Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. • The school board will meet Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. Basketball • Tuesday: JV and varsity girls and boys at San Jon, 4 p.m. • Thursday through Saturday: Varsity girls and boys, Orange & Black Tournament at Clayton […]

Elida girls, FTCS boys notch home wins

PNT Staff ELIDA — The Elida Lady Tigers got off to a fast start Friday night and cruised past the Lovington junior varsity 57-32 in their season opener. Elida roared to an 18-2 lead at the quarter and never looked back. The Lady Tigers opened a 24-point lead by outscoring the Lady Wildcats 14-4 in […]

Nov. 21 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming events • Standards assessments for all Juniors are Tuesday and Wednesday. • Thanksgiving Holidays will start on Wednesday. School will resume Nov. 29. • The Christmas Program will be Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. Basketball • Monday, Junior High Boys and girls at Logan, 5 p.m. • Monday, JV and Varsity […]

Nov. 21 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael There will be school on Monday. When the school bus delivers your students home on Tuesday, they will be out for the Thanksgiving holidays. They will not come back to school again until Nov. 30 for a regular daily schedule. This week This is children’s book week, so it would be nice […]

Nov. 14 Floyd School News

By Jennifer Essary Upcoming events • Standards Assessments for all juniors is Tuesday and Wednesday • Thanksgiving holidays will be Nov. 24-28. School will resume Nov. 29. • The Christmas program will be Dec. 6 Athletics Football: The six-man state title game has been moved to Wednesday at noon. Basketball: Thursday through Sunda, junior high […]

Family faithfully waits for sons to return home

By Tony Parra Like other Americans, the Isaacs family watched the news on television when the war with Iraq broke out. They’ve also lived it, as all three of their boys were sent to serve the United States in the invasion of Iraq. When Corey, Toby and Eric Isaacs do come home, they will be […]

Children are just on loan

By Joan Clayton: PNT Religion Columnist Home Tours bring memories of our house tour when the boys were small. Emmitt had just built our first house and we had three little boys, Mark 6, Lance 4 and Lane 3 months. We all felt honored when asked to have our home included on the tour. The […]

Marginal Line a marginal success

By Bob Huber You’ve probably never heard of the World War II coastal fortifications on Long Island known as the Marginal Line, built to keep the European forces of evil in check. Frankly, I hadn’t either until recently when secret archives of that great project were opened to me. What happened was… Two patriots, Don […]

ENMU alum comes back seeking help for ranch

By Tony Parra Reyne Telles came back to his college town Thursday, seeking help for his organization and children at risk. Telles, the manager of community relations of Cal Farley’s Boys and Girls Ranches, spoke to Lions Club members about the ranches and sought donations during the club’s luncheon at Central Christian Church. The youth […]