Alisa Boswell Early Native Americans honored their elders and survived by building their homes from dead materials, according to Nakima Geimausaddle. Geimausaddle is a member of the Lakota tribe and part of Celebrating Traditions, a non-profit organization based out of Oklahoma, which travels internationally, telling people about Native American culture to raise funds for veterans [...]
On the 10th anniversary of 9/11, I have no guilt in celebrating “Osama bin Laden Got What He Deserved Day.” Even in the Muslim world, his support had fallen precipitously. According to the Pew Research Center, in the Palestinian Territories his support had fallen from 72 percent in 2003 to 34 percent in 2011; in [...]
Argen Duncan After two mission churches, three meeting places and more than 20 pastors, Calvary Baptist Church in Portales is celebrating its 75th anniversary. The church was organized on Aug. 4, 1935, with 58 charter members. The congregation is holding an anniversary celebration Oct. 3. Plans for the day include a chuck wagon breakfast and [...]
Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Wednesday briefing. School news Are you wondering about what’s going on in Portales Municipal Schools? Check out the district’s online calendar: http://www.portalesschools.com/calendar.htm School’s out There will be no class for students in Clovis Municipal Schools on Friday for parent teacher conferences. The conferences will be held in [...]
June 17, 1910: Santa Fe Railway workers were celebrating a 10 percent raise in salary.
By Argen Duncan: PNT senior writer United Way of Eastern New Mexico is celebrating the last 50 years and looking into the next half-century at its annual banquet Thursday at Eastern New Mexico University. The event celebrates the end of the annual fundraising campaign and, this year, the organization’s 50th anniversary. Erinn Burch, executive director [...]
By Clarence Plank: PNT staff writer Songfest 2009 kicks off a week-long celebration of Eastern New Mexico University’s 75th anniversary and homecoming. It all begins Monday, giving ENMU organizations on campus a chance to cut a rug and bring down the house. “It is… an annual event that falls on the Monday before homecoming,” said [...]