David Limmer

David Limmer, a 2004 graduate of Clovis High School, received New Mexico Tech’s highest honor for an undergraduate at commencement ceremonies May 17. Limmer, who earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering with highest honors, was awarded the Brown Award for scholarship, leadership, and service. The faculty of New Mexico Tech selected him […]

Sanders, George get primary wins in Roosevelt County

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Thomas Garcia Republican David Sanders won the District 2 Roosevelt County Commissioner seat and Barbara George defeated Laverne Standifer and Mitchell Morgan in the Republican primary for probate judge in the two locally contested races Tuesday night. George will face Democrat Mark Paternoster in the November general election. Sanders received 59.81 percent (250 votes) defeating […]

Prosecution rests case in Novak trial

By Sharna Johnson: Freedom New Mexico CANNON AIR FORCE BASE — The prosecution ended its case in the first-degree murder case against Edward Novak II on Friday morning with the testimony of a forensic psychologist, who testified in general terms about memory and how it is affected by trauma. The defense’s first move was to […]

Jan. 13, 2008 Anniversary

Owens Marion and Velma Owens of Lubbock celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary recently at the Lubbock Country Club. The celebration was hosted by their daughter, Brenda (Randy) Burrell of Midland, Texas and their son, Bruce (Bunny) Owens of Lubbock, along with their grandchildren, Caleb Hartley, Katie Young, David Owens and Alex Owens. The couple was […]

Crisis won’t be solved by meeting alone

Editorial It seems as if every American president has to make one last, desperate attempt to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian crisis, and it’s easy to see why. Former President Carter has been using those Camp David meetings that eventually led to a peace — it turned out to be a “cold peace,” but at least it’s […]

October 12, 1958

• Portales 4-H youth Dwayne Disney earned four grand champion trophies with his Jersey cow, Guard’s Able Lucy. The awards were won at the Curry County Fair, Roosevelt County Fair, New Mexico State Fair and the Tri-State Fair in Amarillo. • Delbert Foster, David Stone and Sam Martin had each gotten an antelope during the first […]

Texico couple ‘moonlighting’ on PRCA Tour

By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer David Moseley shoes horses in Texico. His wife, Cassie, is an X-ray tech and radiation therapist at Clovis’ cancer center. They also moonlight on the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association tour. David is a calf-roper and Cassie is a barrel racer. Cassie is in her first year on the tour, […]

Reeb named to 9th Judicial court bench

Freedom Newspapers SANTA FE — David Reeb said he has reached the pinnacle of his career by being appointed by the governor to fill the newly created fourth judge’s position in the 9th Judicial District Court. “I’ve aspired to be a judge since I was in law school,” said the 37-year-old former deputy district attorney […]

ENMU hosts atlatl throw

ENMU Communications Registration for the 2006 Blackwater Draw Atlatl Throw will be held at Eastern New Mexico University’s Blackwater Draw Archaeological Site at 9 a.m. on Saturday. The site is located along the road to Cannon Air Force Base (N.M. 467), about six miles north of Portales and one mile north of the turn to […]

Obituaries (Nov. 18)

Beverly Bullock Services: 2 p.m. today at Vista Memory Gardens Cemetery in Caballo. Beverly Ann Bullock, 73, of Caballo, died Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2005, at her home. She was born Oct. 7, 1932, in Gotebo, Okla. She worked as a hospital administrator and banking clerk early in her marriage. She later worked in home businesses, […]