Freedom New Mexico STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s Lone Star Conference baseball series here this weekend against Tarleton State has been moved up due to the potential threat of bad weather. The teams will meet in a doubleheader today and a single game on Saturday, both starting at noon (MDT). Originally, the teams […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Monday briefing. Fast fact Clovis Kiwanis Club was organized Jan. 2, 1921. Its first president was Charles Scheurich, who’s political clout helped create Curry County. Other charter members included Carl Hatch, who became a U.S. Senator, and A.W. Hockenhull, who became New Mexico governor. Cooking tip […]
Washington, DC – Rep. Ben Ray Lujan’s schedule for Clovis and Tucumcari has changed.
Camping has changed over the years. It has grown from families with tents or sleeping bags to RVs. How is an RV with a satellite dish, hot and cold running water and beds roughing it? Anyway, for those experienced or inexperienced campers out there, here are some helpful tips: • Make sure when you buy […]
Homecoming Changed The date for Homecoming week has been changed to Sept. 20-25. The football game is set for 2 p.m. Sept. 25 against Texas A&M-Commerce.
Good morning and welcome to Freedom New Mexico’s Monday briefing. Opera fans take note The time has been changed to 7 p.m. for EasternNew Mexico University’s “Opera Scenes: The Marriage of Figaro and The Barber of Seville” on Friday and Saturday
By Kevin Wilson: PNT columnist There was an important lesson to be learned from a recent movie night. If not learned, history will repeat itself … even if that history is complete fiction. Last week, I wrote about a movie experience and changed friends’ names to protect the innocent because I didn’t seek their permission […]
By Helena Rodriguez: PNT Correspondent Over the past eight decades, the full-hooped vintage style Maypole dresses worn by graduating senior girls at Portales High School have gradually moved from light pastel colors to brighter rainbow hues with more bling. One thing that has not changed during the span of this long-time tradition which is now […]
Teleprompter Cable TV of Portales changed its name to Group W Cable after
PNT Staff Report The date of the garage sale to help fund the new non-profit Focused and Full of Hope: The Kacee Lovato Foundation has been changed to March 21 due to weather concerns, said organizer Debbie Christiansen. The sale is scheduled for 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 1115 S. Abilene St. To donate: […]
Information on using furniture stains and de-cluttering our gift giving, and a discussion on how high schools have changed will be the featured topics on “Creative Living” at noon Tuesday and at 2 p.m. Dec. 13. Lynn Hack-Gerhart will show how to apply stains on furniture to create beautiful designs.
By Anita Doberman: PNT columnist These days my routine, if I can even call it that, has drastically changed. Aside from the adjustment of adding baby number six to our midst, I am home-schooling the kids. Did I just say that? I have to re-read the last sentence to make sure it’s actually me home-schooling […]
By Thomas Garcia: PNT staff writer As time passes, much has changed in Roosevelt County. Eastern New Mexico Univerity’s Greyhound Stadium on U.S. 70 between Clovis and Portales was quite different in June 1934. “There used to be a camp, lake and shower house out at Greyhound Stadium,” said Joe Blair of Portales. “The men […]
By Thomas Garcia, PNT Staff Writer Outreach food ministries in Portales and Clovis have changed providers and will no longer operate under the name Angel Food Ministries. The Portales program is now called the First Baptist Church Food Ministry. The Clovis program will operate as Fruitful Spirit Ministries. The ministries offer discounted food packages that […]
By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor It’s been 30 years and plans have been laid for the Class of 1977 to reassemble for a party and portrait. We’ve been away long enough now that even the classmates too busy or intimidated to come to the last two reunions are curious to see what others are […]
By Joan Clayton : Religion Columnist Have you ever returned to your childhood home and found it to be almost unrecognizable? Yet, in your mind you remember it so vividly. My grandmother lived by the highway. Every time we pass by her old house, I can almost smell freshly baked gingerbread accompanied by a glass […]
Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer When July rolls around Eastern New Mexico University will look different without Thurman Elder roaming the hallways of the Jack Williamson Liberal Arts Building with a calculator and math textbooks in hand. Elder has announced he will retire after more than 37 years of teaching math at Eastern New Mexico […]
Karl Terry: PNT Mananging Editor How has Portales changed? Let me count the ways There’s one question I’m constantly asked since I returned to my hometown of Portales a little over a month ago. “Does Portales seem like it’s changed much since you left?” I get that question about once a day and at first […]
By Keith Pannell CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — During his four-year stay at Cannon Air Force Base, Billy Overby witnessed a lot of change. He was there when Cannon’s fighter squadrons switched from F-86s to F-100s in 1955. He was also present when Clovis Air Force Base changed its name to Cannon Air Force Base. […]