Dora News

Charlie Carmichael The County Fair has come and gone and several Dora youngsters said they are happier because of their accomplishments. Congratulations To Rachel Cox for being our new little Miss Roosevelt County Sweetheart. She will be a third grade student in Dora Elementary School this year. Randall Craig of Dora and Sixto Paiz won […]

Congressman hears local concerns

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Kevin Wilson In the span of an hour, U.S. Rep. Tom Udall covered everything from Dora mail routes to the global economy. Udall was in the area Monday evening at City Hall for a one-hour session with Roosevelt County residents, one of 10 such meetings scheduled for this month. Earlier Monday morning, Udall and Portales […]

Rogers News

By Charlie Carmichael The area east of Pep was heavily pelted by hail over a week ago. Some farmers say their crops have been hit by hail three times this year and they will be lucky just to make expenses. The heavily damaged areas are around Richland, Garrison, South Causey and Lingo. More than four […]

South County News, August 6

By Charlie Carmichael School Alert Summer is almost over so I was given these back-to-school dates for grades 7-12: School starts August 21. All returning and prospective students can register between 9 a.m. – noon from next Monday to Aug. 14. Good News Dora School will serve breakfast this year for the first time, this […]

South County News

Charlie Carmichael Area farmers are all busy in some way from planting overdo repairing or replacing sprinklers that were recently destroyed in area storms. The Corbins at Arch have their windows all replaced and are getting other repairs done. I’ve not heard of others besides the Davis family east of Arch who were as badly […]

South County News, June 25

By Charlie Carmichael Mother Nature was up to old tricks again last week in South County. Arch, Causey and the Garrison-Richland areas were especially hit hard. Several farmers had sprinklers overturned and some destroyed. These were all on the irrigated fields. The Carmichaels saw a funnel in the air over the field just west of […]

Obits June 22

Mary Hallford, 96 Mary Hallford, 96, of Portales, died Friday, June 21, 2003, at Heartland Continuing Care Center in Portales. She was born on July 7, 1906, in Hall County, Texas, to Ollie and Alexander Cooper. She was the oldest of her family. She lived her early life in the area where she was born. […]

South County News June 11

Charlie Carmichael Sympathy To the friends and relatives on the death of Opal Hitt. She was born in the Longs area to Luna and Ethel Pruett on March 9, 1907. She attended school when Longs school was active, then in Dora, and later married Sid Hitt. They lived in the area for many years and […]

South County News, May 28

By Charlie Carmichael Weather report Rain is the big blessed news throughout our area. It scattered so far and varied from sprinkle to about an inch in the Causey, Milnesand and Garrison areas. The Arch vicinity fared better. There was a lot of hail on Saturday evening south of the old Garrison store. Weldon Carmichael […]

Dora loses regional title

By Kevin Wilson Dora was bound for the state baseball tournament no matter what happened in Thursday’s Region B championship. So, when the Coyotes ended with a 13-9 defeat from what was almost a certain victory against Lordsburg, they could at least make a positive out of a negative instead of fretting about the end […]

Dora stops Tularosa

By Kevin Wilson Chris Rolston showed why the Dora Coyotes have counted on him so many times, and catcher Bryce Hays topped all of his defensive gems with a weak grounder to third. Hays’ one-out grounder in the bottom of the seventh scored Tyler Wilhoit to finish off a two-run inning and a 9-8 comeback […]

Dora School gets funding

By Mike Linn Residents in the Dora school district voted Tuesday to increase taxes that will help fund a revamping of the school. The bond passed by 124 to 78, or 61 percent of the vote. “It’s wonderful and it will mean a whole lot for many, many years to the community of Dora,” Dora […]

School funding up for vote in Dora

By Mike Linn Voters decide Tuesday if they are willing to embrace a tax hike that will help fund a vast overhaul of Dora schools. If passed, an additional $850,000 in taxes will be collected over the next 12 years from property owners in the Dora school district — which also encompasses the communities of […]

Jim Mullins

Jim Mullins Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Dora Baptist Church. Mr. J.L. “Jim” Mullins, 45, of Rogers, died Friday, April 25, 2003, at his home. He was born Dec. 10, 1957, in Muleshoe, to Nelda and George L. Mullins. He married Kellye Love on Nov. 29, 1993, He grew up in the Dora area and […]

Dora Boys hold on for EPAC title

Dave Wagner The Dora Coyotes built a double-figure lead in the first half, then fought off a Texico comeback to edge the Wolverines 56-50 Saturday night a Greyhound Arena for the biys championship in the 45th annual Eastern Plains Athletic Conference basketball tournament. Seniors Chris Rolston and Matt Carpenter led the way for Dora (7-3) […]