Feb. 14 Public Record

The following cases were closed through the Roosevelt County Magistrate Court from Feb. 2 through Feb. 4.

Feb. 7 Public Record

The following cases were closed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate Court from Jan. 14 through Jan. 19.

1-30 Public record

The following cases were closed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate Court from Dec. 22 to Jan. 7. Dec. 22 • Olivia Anchondo, 35, was found guilty of abandonment of a child. She was sentenced to 364 days, with 264 days suspended; 364 days supervised probation; complete a course aimed at addressing child care issues; and […]

Holiday crimes down

PNT staff Christmas holiday crimes were down this year in Roosevelt County and Portales. Portales police reported 14 cases between Dec. 23 through Dec. 28, which is less than half of 2008’s numbers for that period. Deputy Chief of Police Lonnie Berry said the department had one criminal damage report. “It was a chain link […]

Dec. 20 Public Record

The following cases were closed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate court on Dec. 14.

Dec. 13 Public Record

The following cases were closed in the Roosevelt County Magistrate court from Dec. 3 to Dec. 11.

Oct. 25 Public Record

The following cases were closed through the Magistrate Court from Sept. 29 to Sept. 30.

10/18 Public Record

The following cases were closed through Magistrate Court from Sept. 28 to Sept. 29.

Doctor: Tamiflu not for all flu cases

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By Argen Duncan: PNT Senior Writer Anti-viral medication like Tamiflu may limit flu symptoms, but it’s not for every situation. Dr. Bert Wofford of Roosevelt General Hospital said he prescribes Tamiflu for patients who test positive for the flu, or who have flu-like symptoms along with a high risk for complications or exposure to someone […]

ENMU official: Ill students had flu in same category as H1N1

By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer The presumed H1N1 cases at Eastern New Mexico University have not been confirmed as such, though information was distributed announcing confirmed cases. ENMU Vice President of Student Affairs Judith Haislett said two students tested positive for influenza A, a type of flu virus that includes H1N1, also known as […]