Freedom employee killed in car crash

By Tonya Fennell: Freedom Newspapers Co-workers rarely recalled seeing Steve Aguilar around the Clovis News Journal office without an ear-to-ear grin or baseball cap atop his clean-cut brown hair. They also recalled his passion for sports. “I’m a (Chicago) Cubs’ fan,” CNJ Circulation Sales Manager Shaun Lynch said, “and he (Aguilar) was an L.A. Dodgers’ […]

Caiman moves into new digs at Natural History Museum

By Tony Parra The South American caiman is in his new home at the Natural History Museum waiting for visitors and now all he needs is a name. The Caiman crocodylus an alligator-like South American reptile, has been living in the Natural History Museum since Nov. 17. Marvin Lutnesky, biology department chair and director of […]

United Way $26,000 away from goal

PNT Staff Roosevelt County’s United Way is more than halfway to its fund-raising goal, but still needs about $26,000. Erinn Burch, executive director of the Roosevelt and Curry County branches of the charitable organization, said Roosevelt has collected $34,019 in donations and pledges, as of Friday afternoon. The county’s goal is $60,000. Fund-raising for Roosevelt’s […]

United Way dessert auction set for Thursday

By Kevin Wilson This year’s Roosevelt County United Way dessert auction has one main priority — to raise money for the charitable organization. Two other priorities take precedence during this year’s auction, however — educating citizens about the United Way and honoring one of its biggest supporters. The auction is set for 6 p.m. Thursday […]

Economic forum to expand on ideas to improce community

Tony Parra By Tony Parra PNT Staff Writer Tony_Parra@link.freedom.com The economic development forum’s follow-up session is slated for 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Thursday at Eastern New Mexico University. The forum will take place in the Zia room of the Campus Union Building. The first economic development forum took place on Oct. 2. in […]