Nov. 13, 2007 ENMU Faculty Briefs

Chemical society meets The 63rd Southwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society was held Nov. 4-7 in Lubbock. The following ENMU faculty and students gave presentations at the meeting: Newton P. Hilliard hosted a workshop on Building a Low-Cost Chemistry Laboratory James P. Finley gave an oral presentation on Alternatives to Kohn-Sham Density Functional […]

11-11 Club Notes

United Daughters of the Confederacy The Ellen W. Jones Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held a Thanksgiving luncheon meeting Tuesday at Roosevelt General Hospital. Hostesses were Bess Jones and Janelle Foster. They used a Thanksgiving theme for decorations. President Jan Ross called the meeting to order with a welcome and introduced Mona […]

Oct. 14 Club Notes

The Ellen W. Jones chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held its October meeting in Clovis. The group met at Furrs for lunch, then went to the home of G.C. Ross for the meeting. Robbie Wicker served as co-hostess and gave the invocation. Bess Jones and Jane Hilliard led the ritualistic opening. President […]

Sept. 9 Club Notes

Daughters of the Confederacy The Ellen W. Jones Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held its September meeting at Roosevelt General Hospital with a luncheon. Jane Hilliard, Della Kobernick and Robbie Wicker served as hostesses. President Jan Ross opened with a welcome, June Ferguson was introduced as a guest and Wicker gave the […]

PAT gets council’s budget OK

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Portales City Council gave the nod for Portales Area Transit to pursue funding from New Mexico Department of Transportation to allow the operation of its transportation programs. Councilors expressed concerns that the $55,164 request on the proposal was out of range with a cap they had previously placed on […]

Bedford takes stand, maintains innocence

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By Kevin Wilson: Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — Stanley Bedford told jurors he’s no murderer Monday. Bedford, 43, testified in his capital murder trial that he hates the thought of dead people so much he can’t even attend family funerals, and he certainly wouldn’t have let Jerry Fuller set a car on fire if he knew […]

March 15, 1971

Scores of persons enjoyed the waffle supper served in fellowship hall of Presbyterian Church Friday evening under the sponsorship of Mariners Club of the church. This is an orfanization of married couples with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Davidson serving as skippers. Children of some members gave their time as waiters during the evening and with […]

Freedom shouldn’t be taken for granted

By Joan Clayton: Columnist Tuesday, November 7 is Election Day. Our freedoms have been bought with “blood, sweat and tears” from many who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. It has been said, “bad officials are elected by good people who don’t vote.” Edmund Burke, a British statesman has stated, “For evil to triumph, […]

Some gave their all

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer Clovis and Portales residents will take a moment to honor fallen military veterans Memorial Day. American Legion Post No. 31 in Portales is having an honor ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Portales Cemetery. Chief Master Sgt. Ray M. Clark of Cannon Air Force Base will be the […]

Memorial Day a time to honor our fallen heroes

27th Fighter Wing On Memorial Day we pause to remember all who made the ultimate sacrifice for this nation, the fallen warriors who never came home to their families and friends. Liberty is a precious gift whose benefits we all enjoy, but too often give little thought to its price. Memorial Day is the one […]

Santa Fe High slips past Rams

PNT Staff Report LAS VEGAS, NM — The Portales Rams took it all the way into the final seconds with a tough 5-A opponent Wednesday and came up one shot short. They fell in the opening round of the Stu Clark Invitational Tournament to Santa Fe High School by a score of 53-52. Portales never […]

Rodriguez loved unconditionally

Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Adriana Rodriguez was born with Spine Bifida. She gave a strong witness that every life has a meaningful purpose. According to family and friends, she had a gift that reached into the heart of people revealing their own self worth. Adriana Rodriguez died at the age of 20 due to a […]

We hold soft spots in our hearts for long shots

By Baxter Black: PNT columnist I have been to the Kentucky Derby. That was years ago. Alysheba won. I read the book Sea Biscuit. I’ve been to several racetracks and bet on many a horse. But, I usually place the safe bet — $2 on the favorite. If I had attended the 2005 Kentucky Derby […]

4/10 Engagements, Anniversaries, Organizations

Engagements Stevens/Baker Debbie and Phil Gillespie of Levelland, Texas, along with Roger and Donna Stevens of Sparks, Nev. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kayla K’mille Stevens of Portales to Joshua Price Baker, of Amarillo, Tex., son of Kerry and Ruth Baker of Amarillo, Texas. The couple will exchange vows June 4, […]

City, ENMU honor veterans

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By Tony Parra Many Portales residents spent their time on Thursday with their right hand over the left part of their chest staring at the American flag during ceremonies honoring United States veterans on Veteran’s Day. Veteran’s Day activities took place to commemorate the veterans who have served in the United States armed forces. The […]

Trumpets have their own legacy

By Joan Clayton: PNT Relgion Columnist Back to school reminds me of marching bands and football. Of all the musical instruments, the trumpet is my favorite. To me it symbolizes royalty and splendor, announcing something important, capturing my attention. One of my fondest memories is of our youngest son marching with his trumpet at Portales […]

July 7 South County News

By Charlie Carmichael Not as many showers the past week, so it gave the folk in the area time to prepare for the Milnesand reunion for Sunday. There were 110 people who registered at the reunion in the Community Center at Milnesand. Barbara Teel was in charge of the program and was emcee for the […]

Chandler has fund-raising lead on Carter

By Darrell Todd Maurina Matt Chandler has raised nearly $4,200 more than incumbent Brett Carter in the campaign for district attorney, according to campaign finance records filed Thursday evening. State law requires candidates to file campaign finance reports on May 10 and May 27. Through Tuesday, Chandler had raised $29,007.84 and spent $25,696.03; Carter had […]

Day-after deals are the best part of Chrsitmas

Mike Linn Call me a scam artist, if you will. But one of the main reasons I love Christmas is the day-after sale, when I take back all my presents and get two for one. That’s right. The day after Christmas, many stores have 50-percent off sales. So I take back the fancy shirt my […]

Be thankful for those who gave their lives for our country

Jim Lee A couple of weeks ago when I mentioned the names of some of my friends, I neglected to name Dr. and Mrs. Manuel Varela. Manny and Ann are fine people and highly respected professionals in the community. It is a privilege to call them friends, and I thoroughly enjoy bragging about knowing them. […]