By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico Tom Izzo was never a collegiate head coach before he came to Michigan State, and he led the Spartans to a national championship. Andrew Helton doesn’t see why he couldn’t do the same thing at Eastern New Mexico University. “I’m never going to be in the position to have […]
Freedom New Mexico A 26-year-old man charged with driving while intoxicated and resisting arrest following a Thursday morning fatality near Dora was a friend of the woman killed. When officers arrived at the crash, they noted in a report, Joshua Robin, “appeared to be looking in the immediate area for any victims of the crash.” […]
By Clarence Plank: PNT Staff Writer Broadcast major Mumi Zhao came to Eastern New Mexico University to get the one thing that wasn’t an option back home in China–on-air experience. “Back in China they teach broadcast theory classes so we don’t have a chance to practice,” Zhao said. “Here we have a TV station, so […]
Fred Hensley and Reuben Nieves took oath as the two new judges of the Ninth Judicial District, comprising Roosevelt and Curry counties. Hensley, of Portales, came from a lineage of judges, as his father, the late Turner Hensley, served as district judge as well.
The Floyd Broncos and Dora Coyotes came head to head in Floyd for the second game of the season for the Broncos. It proved to be a successful night for them Broncos, with a 38-22 win.
By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Dealing with the elements, not to mention the fourth-ranked team in NCAA Division II, Eastern New Mexico University came pretty close to pulling off what would have been a stunning upset Saturday night. In the end, the Greyhounds didn’t have enough firepower to beat West Texas A&M, but they […]
By Anita Doberman I woke up in a cold sweat because I realized I failed to share with you my foolproof and infallible method for choosing the right candidate to be president. After hours of arduous work to uncover the secrets and hidden agendas of the candidates, thorough research and professional investigative work (which involved […]
By Karl Terry, PNT Managing Editor I briefly turned my back on the pan of gravy to start another pot of coffee and it erupted like a white volcano from the stove. Seconds later the smoke alarm was going off and both dogs were nervous and one was barking his head off. A manageable problem […]
By Helena Rodriguez, PNT Staff Writer April showers bring May flowers. I remember that saying well from my childhood. And with those April showers came plenty of croaking frogs to keep us awake at night. This cloudy time of year reminds me of my unforgettable childhood days growing up in the barrio of north Portales, […]
I would like to thank the three young men who came to the senior citizen’s center in the ambulance to take me to the hospital. They were very gentle and concerned about my comfort. I did not get their names but Portales citizens are fortunate to have these young men. Thanks again for the concern. […]